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
SMT Optimization for Success Part 3: Flux Chemistry In our continued discussion on optimizing the stencil printing process (see Part 1, Part 2), the type of flux chemistry, specifically water-soluble vs. no-clean, also plays a significant role. Solder pastes are sensitive to the environment to which…
At APEX 2014, I presented a paper about the effect that reflow profiling has on the SIR (Surface Insulation Resistance) performance (electrical reliability) of no-clean solder paste flux residues. In this study, I looked at two different SAC305 no-clean solder pastes; one with a J-STD-004B classification…
SMT Optimization for Success in Printing Ultrafine Solder Paste Deposits The SMT industry widely accepts that ~60% of solder defects occur at the stencil printer. Figure 1 (below) depicts a very busy Ishikawa diagram illustrating why this is the case. There is simply a wide variety of variables that…
Director of Business Development and Printed Circuit Board Assembly
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