Flux and Epoxy
Indium Corporation is a developer, manufacturer, and global supplier of: specialty solders (including solder paste, preforms, spheres, columns, wire, tubing, ribbon, and foil), fluxes, electrically-conductive adhesives, inorganic compounds (including indium oxide, indium-tin oxide, indium hydroxide, and indium chloride), fusible alloys, indium-containing fabrications of all types, and pure indium (from commercial-grade through high-purity).
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All rosins are resins, but not all resins are rosins. We owe the fact that we classify fluxes as rosin to pine tree sap having fluxing properties while still being a dielectric and water-insoluble.
One of the key components of the soldering process is the flux. Without the right flux to remove the oxides, then you can end up with a poor solder joint. Since our customers work with a wide range of metallizations, we have a wide range of fluxes.
The Indium Corporation has many summer interns this year. The technical support group was fortunate enough to hire Sarah Bjornland (pictured). She is a very bright student from the a...
Andy C. Mackie, PhD, MSc
Senior Product Manager,
Semiconductor Assembly Materials
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