Alpha to Highlight High-Rel Products for EVs at PCIM Exhibition


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Alpha Assembly Solutions will highlight its range of advanced solutions for Electric and Hybrid Electric Drivetrains at the PCIM Exhibition in Nuremberg, Germany from June 5-7.

As the demand for electric and hybrid electric vehicles increases in response to new government and environmental policies to tackle CO₂ emissions, the need for automotive electronics to be robust and highly reliable has never been greater. Alpha, a Macdermid Performance Solutions Business, has developed a range of highly reliable die attach solutions to ensure optimum performance and lower warranty costs for automotive manufacturers.

“Alpha’s range of die attach solutions for electric vehicle drivetrains provide high thermal and electrical conductivity and high reliability” comments Julien Joguet Global Business Market Manager, Die Attach at Alpha Assembly Solutions. “ALPHAArgomax products provide a dramatic reduction in thermal resistance and inductance and 15x higher reliability than traditional solder methods.”

As well as its products for electric vehicle drivetrains, Alpha will present its products for ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) and 5G Integration, including ALPHA Atrox Conductive Adhesive and ALPHAMaxrelSolder Alloy. “ALPHAAtroxprovides high thermal conductivity for high frequency ADAS and 5G computing, as well as enabling high reliability sensor integration”, explains Gyan Dutt, Global Portfolio Manager Die Attach Assembly Solutions at Alpha. “As well as this, the ALPHA® Maxrel Solder Alloy provides industry leading creep and vibration resistance which is crucial in areas such as the vehicle Engine Control Unit which is often exposed to extreme environmental conditions.”

For more information on Alpha’s die attach solutions for automotive applications please visit Alpha at PCIM Hall 7 Booth #518.

About Alpha Assembly Solutions

Alpha Assembly Solutions, part of the MacDermid Performance Solutions group of businesses, is the world leader in the development, manufacturing and sales of innovative specialty materials used for electronics assembly, die attach and semiconductor packaging in a wide range of industry segments, including automotive, communications, computers, consumer, power electronics, LED lighting, photovoltaics, and others.

As the electronics industry continues to evolve, Alpha is focused on developing novel and unique processes for solving assembly challenges.  Whether traditional electronics assembly, die attach or emerging applications, such as flexible and formable electronics, Alpha designs solutions for manufacturing that looks at how multiple products can interact in the same environment to provide customers with the most effective assembly solution for their application.

Since its founding in 1872, Alpha has been committed to developing and manufacturing the highest quality materials with a focus on sustainability and recycling services.  For more information, click here

 

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