SHENMAO Receives Mexico Technology Award for New Liquid Flux


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SHENMAO America was awarded a 2018 Mexico Technology Award in the category of Flux for its SM-862 Liquid Flux. The award was presented to the company during a Wednesday, November 14, 2018 ceremony that took place during the SMTA Guadalajara Expo & Tech Forum.

SM-862 is a rosin-containing flux designed to leave less residue and minimum bridges. It is a ROL0 (J-STD-004B), tack-free, no-clean flux designed for use in a variety of automated and selective soldering applications. SM-862 produces highly reliable assemblies meeting the toughest reliability requirements. It offers stable quality, good hole-fill, and excellent wettability and solderability.

SHENMAO has successfully been approved by many international well-known electronic manufacturers. The company strives to offer the best quality without compromising cost and time-to-market while providing maximum value to all customers. SHENMAO America, Inc. blends SMT solder paste at its facility in San Jose, CA for distribution in North America.

The Mexico Technology Awards recognize the best new innovations in the electronics manufacturing industry in Mexico. The goal of the award program is to celebrate the companies and people that are achieving the highest standards and driving the industry forward.

About SHENMAO

SHENMAO is dedicated to the production of solder products including water soluble and no-clean solder paste, laser solder paste, solder preforms, cored solder wire, wave solder bar alloys, wave soldering fluxes, extremely pure solder powder up to Type 8, BGA and micro BGA solder sphere, wafer level packaging solder paste and fluxes, LED die sttach paste, high-performance liquid fluxes, solder preforms, solar ribbons, plating anodes used in PCB fabrication, assembly and semiconductor packaging processes.

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