Inventec Introduces Two New Lead Free Solder Paste Formulas


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Inventec presents a new ultra low voiding formula, Ecorel Free 305-16LVD to achieve optimal voiding performance in automotive, power electronics, LED lighting and other high reliability applications, without degradation of high speed printability and chemical reliability. Solder voiding is a complex phenomenon under the combination of many interactions affecting both the reliability and quality of solder joints, in such interactions solder paste is a key contributor.

Ecorel Free 305-16LVD is a No Clean, lead free solder paste developed to achieve ultra low voiding and reduce the size of voids, especially in large area components such as power discretes, LEDs and QFNs. It is a halogen free ROL0 flux system; available is powder size type 3 and 4. It has been recently selected to be used in new generation electronics modules for a global German automotive OEM.

The main benefits of Ecorel Free 305-16LVD include:

  • Ultra low voiding percentage and reduced void size
  • Very good wetting on any surface finish
  • Transparent colourless residue
  • Good first pass yield pin testability
  • It can be processed under air or nitrogen reflow atmospheres

Ecorel Free 305-16LVD is available worldwide in different packaging options.

Inventec presents its new products at productronica 2017, hall A1, booth 417. 

About Inventec Performance Chemicals

Inventec is a division of the Dehon Group with head offices in Vincennes, France. The Electronic Business Unit is specialised in developing, manufacturing and supplying soldering, cleaning & coating materials used in the assembly of printed circuit boards and semiconductor packaging, contributing to sustainable development for high tech industries including automotive, telecom, industrial, energy, LED lighting, rail, aerospace, military and semiconductor. Inventec has 11 subsidiaries around the world, and production sites in France, Switzerland, Malaysia, China, United States and Mexico; all ISO 9001 certified and equipped with control and application laboratories to guarantee traceability, compliance with industry standards and consistency from batch to batch.

For more information on Inventec Performance Chemicals products and services please click here.

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