MacDermid Alpha to Promote High Reliability Assembly Solutions at EMS-Tag, Germany


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MacDermid Alpha Electronics Solutions, a global supplier of integrated solutions from our Circuitry, Assembly and Semiconductor divisions, will exhibit its range of innovative assembly solutions for the electronics manufacturing services industry at the upcoming EMS-Tag conference and exhibition on Thursday 8th September in Würzburger, Germany.

MacDermid Alpha will highlight its range of high reliability circuit board assembly solutions including high reliability solder pastes and alloys designed to exceed industry expectations in harsh environments. The ALPHA CVP-390V solder paste paired with the high reliability Innolot alloy provides superior electrochemical performance on fine pitched components to ensure reliability on complex PCB assemblies. The ALPHA HiTech range of adhesives, underfills, edgebonds and encapsulants will also be highlighted. Designed to provide reinforcement and protection for soldered assembled components, the ALPHA HiTech range protects against potential component failure due to mechanical stress.

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