Interflux Electronics LMPA-Q low melting point alloys

Thursday, 12 July, 2018 | Supplied by: Oritech Pty Ltd



Interflux Electronics’ LMPA-Q range of low melting point alloys (LMPAs) is designed to allow users to use soldering temperatures that are lower than for traditional lead-free Sn(Ag)Cu (SAC) alloys and other LMPAs on the market. The range can be used in wave, selective and reflow soldering processes and is said to reduce soldering temperatures by up to 70°C.

The range is designed to help users: solder at temperatures between 190 and 250°C; solder up to five times faster with zero defects; reduce voiding below 10%; increase production line capacity; reduce their carbon footprint; avoid heat-related board and component failures; and eliminate dross formation (oxides).

The range is available in solder wire, paste and bar. It removes the need for nitrogen and provides good wetting.

Online: www.oritech.com.au
Phone: 1800 444 344
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