Indium Corporation offers a broad line of specialty materials and fluxes for soldering stainless steel, copper pretreatments, and more.
|54||Specialty Industrial Flux|
|66||Industrial, Tinning Flux|
|70||Specialty Industrial Flux|
|80||Industrial, Battery Flux|
|SSF-1||Silver Brazing Flux|
|42-SS||Industrial Flux for Stainless Steel|
|15-T||Industrial Halide Free Paste Flux|
|Blue CuSO4||Specialty Electroless Copper Solution|
|Green CuSO4||Specialty Electroless Copper Solution|
Industrial fluxes are available in 1-gallon and 5-gallon containers, and 55-gallon drums.
Industrial Flux Technical Documents
Product Data Sheets
Safety Data Sheets
Flux Blog Posts
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The ball-attach process can be considered a trivial step when creating an FCBGA or similar package, but the final soldering step can be rather complex. There are several variables that impact the final ball-attachment from the number of assembly processes needed before. These processes can be…
While in South East Asia last summer, Indium's technical team and I had a chance to discuss flip-chip dipping processes with a major equipment vendor. One of the topics was device (bumped package or die) "pick-up" out of a flip-chip flux dipping tray, and how different factors affect…
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