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Cookson Launches "Green" Wave Solder Flux
Environmentally friendly flux.
South Plainfield, NJ — Cookson Electronics Assembly Materials is introducing its new ALPHA
EF-6103, an alcohol-based flux designed to optimize solderability and reliability. It was developed for both standard and thicker, high-density printed circuit board applications in both lead-free (standard SAC and Low-Ag SAC alloys) and eutectic SnPb processes.
According to the company, the flux represents an enhancement to the company's popular EF-6100 and EF6100P wave solder fluxes. It uses new intermediates to produce improved activity and higher pin test yields while maintaining high reliability. Several large OEM and EMS companies reportedly have already qualified this new flux for use on their assemblies.
The new product is designed to minimize bridging on bottom side QFPs, as well as provide superior performance in pin testing, hole-fill and solderballing. In addition, it provides good Pb-free solder joint cosmetics with an evenly spread, tack-free residue.
Contact: Cookson Electronics Assembly Materials, 109 Corporate Blvd., South Plainfield, NJ 07080
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