TinPlate PC-625 is an organic grain refiner that is used to aid in the electroplating of tin in
the application for SMOBC fabrication. TinPlate PC-625 is formulated to improve the
throwing power of the bath, aid in refining grain structure, and prevent treeing. It is added
based on amp hours and will increase limiting current density and control deposit
characteristics over a wide range of current densities. It produces a bright silver white
deposit. TinPlate PC-625 eliminates the need for lead and fluoborates used in
conventional etch resist plating processes. If an extra wetting agent is needed,
use TinPlate PC-625 Starter. Please consult your service representative for additions.
FLO RITE 60 is a unique blend of ingredients for use in a horizontal and vertical hot air leveling process. FLO RITE 60 will remove light copper oxides and lays down a protective layer of flux to protect soldermask and promote good solderability of copper pads. FLO RITE 60 will provide a bright uniform finish with good rinsability. FLO RITE 60 is a solvent free, non-foaming flux that is compatible with LPI and dry film soldermasks.
A one-part concentrate (40% potassium carbonate) formulated to develop fully aqueous Riston® photopolymer films. D-4000 is economical to use and easy to handle, eliminating the need to weigh and dissolve powdered materials. It is formulated to give optimum results with DuPont™ Riston® films and FoamFREE™ defoamers in conveyorized spray developer equipment.
Equipment Cleaner IITM removes water hardness, photoresist and soldermask scum and metal salt deposits from chemical processing equipment. Specifically developed for the Printed Circuit Board and Chemical Milling Industries, it will safely clean any spray equipment without damage to any metal or plastic. Equipment Cleaner IITM may be used at any temperature the equipment can safely handle, and may be reused until all the capacity is consumed. Equipment Cleaner IITM is a product that cleans: • Dry film developer residues • Dry film stripper residues • Solder stripper residues • Cleaner residues • Etcher residues (ammoniacal, or cupric) • Soldermask Developer residue • Tin Stripper Iron residue