Heraeus Electronics Receives The Gold Award for Welco LED131


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As part of the 2021 Prix Aurora Awards in Shenzhen, China, Heraeus Electronics was granted the Gold Award of Excellent Product for Mini and Micro LED materials. Organized by the Hangjiashuo Industrial Research Center, the award was presented on December 2nd in recognition of outstanding supply chain players and excellent LED and display products to Heraeus Electronics for its Welco™ LED131. Based on its superior performance of solving process issues in production and improving yield, it received most votes from LED chip and package manufacturers.

Welco™ LED131 is a lead-free no-clean solder paste that promotes outstanding wetting and minimizes soldering defects. The LED131 flux system is optimized explicitly for lead-free alloys, such as Sn/Ag/Cu. This formula provides superior performance on a variety of surface finishes and leaves behind a clear residue. The unique superfine powder technology excels in printing and soldering performance in mini-LED pads. Perfectly suited for the LED flip-chip package of Mini LED display, lighting, and automotive.

Heraeus Electronics has more than 20 years of experience in providing materials for the LED industry which enables Heraeus Electronics to enter the transformation of LED chip packaging from traditional wire bonding packaging to flip-chip packaging. More and more compatible soldering materials are applied in Mini and Micro LED packaging processes. Heraeus Electronics’ patented Welco ultra-fine powder is developed as a one-stop material solutions for future LED packaging.

“Our deep understanding of materials, fast response to the needs of Mini LED packaging technology, constant investment and dedication to research and development, enables us to continuously introduce innovative products to meet new technical requirements of the Mini and Micro LED industry. Heraeus is honored to be recognized by customers and will continue to contribute to the development of the Mini and Micro display era.”, commented Forest Shen, Vice President, Sales China.

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