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AIM Solder, a leading global manufacturer of solder assembly materials for the electronics industry, is pleased to announce their participation in the upcoming SMTA Rocky Mountain Expo and Tech Forum taking place on January 23, 2020 at Mile High Stadium in Denver, CO. AIM will highlight their NC273LT low temperature solder paste for bismuth bearing alloys, RX18 and CX18 no clean fluxcored solder wire along with their full line of solder assembly materials.
AIM's NC273LT low temperature solder paste provides assemblers another tool to meet the changing needs of an evolving PCB assembly market. With peak reflow temperatures below 170°C, NC273LT minimizes component and substrate warping, reduces thermal exposure and saves energy. NC273LT paste improves the wetting performance of bismuth alloys to RoHS compliant plating and surface finishes. NC273LT provides long stencil life, excellent transfer efficiencies and minimizes solder balling common to bismuth bearing alloys. When thermal exposure during the assembly process is a limitation, NC273LT is an excellent RoHS compliant replacement.
AIM's RX18 and CX18 continue to achieve unprecedented customer acceptance. Engineered for automated/robotic selective soldering, RX18 promotes thermal transfer, fast wetting and reduces voids/skips. Additionally, RX18 extends solder iron tip life and leaves minimal flux residue. CX18 is an operator friendly, low odor/smoke formula, and speeds soldering performance leaving a clear, electrically safe residue that does not require removal. Further throughput and reliability gains can be realized when CX18 and RX18 are combined with AIM's REL61™ and REL22™ alloys. REL22 improves product survival in extreme thermal exposure operating environments such as under-hood automotive, avionics/aerospace and LED lighting. REL61 is ideally suited for industries which require a cost effective alternative to SAC305 with no loss of processing performance or durability.
To discover all of AIM’s products and services, visit the company at the SMTA Rocky Mountain Expo and Tech Forum for more information and to speak with one of AIM’s knowledgeable staff members.