MacDermid Alpha to Exhibit at Productronica China 2023

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MacDermid Alpha, one of the world’s largest providers of solutions for circuitry, assembly, and semiconductor manufacturers within the electronics industry, will be participating at Productronica China, April 13-15, 2023, at the Shanghai New International Exhibition Center (SNIEC) Shanghai. Visitors are welcome to booth 4528, Hall 4 to speak to our team of experts.

MacDermid Alpha will showcase its integrated solutions for circuit board assembly, including high-reliability solder pastes combined with compatible reinforcement and protective polymers. Additionally, materials and processes for die, package, and top attach will feature which are of particular importance for the expanding Chinese power electronics industry.

Ensuring board level reliability is critical as the demands for performance and longevity increase, especially in harsh end-use environments, such as automotive, 5G, and infrastructure. MacDermid Alpha will feature assembly materials, including the ALPHA CVP-390V and OM-565 HRL3 high-performance solder pastes which when combined with its ALPHA HiTech® reinforcement and Electrolube protective polymers can provide exponentially improved performance and reliability. MacDermid Alpha has rigorously tested these products in combination to provide the optimum materials for the end-use application.

Additionally, MacDermid Alpha offers a complete product offering for semiconductor assembly focusing on range, power, and reliability. The Argomax® portfolio is renowned for its ability to be sintered at lower pressures than some competitor brands, leading to a leaner, more cost-effective in-line process. Argomax®2148, the latest product offering is a sinter paste engineered for low-pressure processing and offers the additional bonus of being suitable for contaminated heat sink surfaces. 

MacDermid Alpha is powering the future of circuit board assembly and semiconductor assembly solutions, developing products to meet the ever-changing requirements and standards for the automotive, communication, and power industries. Let’s start a conversation in Hall N4 booth 4528.  The MacDermid Alpha team looks forward to meeting you to discuss how to elevate your process with an integrated ‘start to finish’ roadmap featuring some of the most advanced technologies on the market, backed by extensive R&D facilities, a secure supply chain, and extraordinary customer service. Established brands aligned under MacDermid Alpha Electronics Solutions include Alpha®, Compugraphics, Electrolube®, Kester®, and MacDermid Enthone®.


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