Inventec and 3M to Host Tech Day


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Inventec Performance Chemicals and 3M will jointly host a technical day focused on defluxing processes and materials for printed circuit boards. The event will take place in Paris, France at the Jardins de Bagatelle on June 23.

The topics to be covered include review of current challenges faced while cleaning electronics, current European regulations such as revised F-gas II, innovation in defluxing materials and processes, and a series of case studies. The technical and commercial staffs from both companies will be present to exchange with the audience all their expertise.

Inventec and 3M have a long term partnership and collaboration in precision cleaning and coating for more than 15 years, developing successful solutions to their customers in target end markets such as automotive, aerospace, semiconductor, industrial, energy, military and rail.

To register for the event, click here.

About Inventec

Inventec is a division of the Dehon Group with head offices in Vincennes, France. The Electronics Business Unit is specialized in developing, manufacturing and supplying soldering, cleaning & coating materials used in the assembly of printed circuit boards and semiconductor packaging, contributing to sustainable development for high tech. Inventec has 11 subsidiaries around the world, and production sites in France, Switzerland, Malaysia, China, United States and Mexico; all ISO 9001 certified and equipped with control and application laboratories to guarantee traceability, compliance with industry standards and consistency from batch to batch.

For more information on Inventec Performance Chemicals products and services please go to www.inventec.dehon.com.

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