Solar Assembly Materials
Indium Corporation is a global soldering interconnect leader in the Photovoltaic assembly industry. We believe in the power of the sun and are doing our part to make a sustainable world. By providing reliable soldering interconnect materials coupled with Indium's soldering expertise and knowledge, we can improve your solar cell efficiency, increase PV module's lifetime and reduce total manufacturing costs.
We provide a wide range of interconnect solutions for Thin-Film (CIGS, CdTe, a-Si), crystalline silicon and Concentrated PV (CPV) technologies.
Contact Indium Corporation for Liquid Tabbing & Stringing Flux, Thin-Film Low Temperature Metallization Paste, CPV Solder Preforms, Indium containing and non-Indium containing Solder Wire, Flux-Cored Solder Wire, Solder Paste, and Low Temperature Soldering.
Top Solar Assembly Materials Technical Documents
Substrate Metallization Considerations For Soldering (US Letter)
Test Methods for Metallization Paste (US Letter)
OnSpec® Solar-Grade Tabbing Flux GS-5454 Resin-Based (US Letter)
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Onspec® Solar-Grade Tabbing Flux GS-1414 VOC-Free A4 (A4)
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Solar Blog Posts
Estimating the Per Cent Gold In An Alloy: "Wet Gold Technique" Only Works with One Alloying Element… and You Must Know What That Element Is
Folks, The Wet Gold Technique is a simple way to estimate the percentage of gold in a gold alloy. This technique indirectly measures the density of the alloy. From the density of the alloy one can determine the percentage of gold using a formula similar to that in the Indium...
I mentioned, in my last post, that preheating is needed to decrease wave soldering cost. With trying to decrease the cost of the wave soldering process there have been many different types of preheaters that have been developed, each with advantages and disadvantages. The most commonly...
Folks, Richard asks: Dear Dr. Ron, Recently we had a solderability problem with tin-finished component leads and SAC305 solder paste. One of our engineers claimed that the problem was that the tin finish melts at too high a temperature (Tm= 232°C) for the SAC305 solder paste (Tm = 219°C) to melt...
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