The Balver Zinn Group announces that it will exhibit in Hall 4, Booth #231 at SMT Hybrid Packaging scheduled to take place May 16-18 in Nuremberg, Germany. The Balver Zinn Group will highlight the company’s latest products, technologies and services.
The upcoming SMT trade show in Nuremberg is the German platform to discover the brand new solder SN100CV®. Balver Zinn is a pioneer in lead free solders and as exclusive licensee we present Nihon Superiors new patented SN100CV® lead-free micro-alloyed solder. The industry standard SN100C® has been improved by the addition of bismuth which has positive effects on the reliability of the solder joints. The SN100CV® alloy offers high reliable solder joints which are recommended for high-end and automotive electronics.
Also at the show, the Balver Zinn group will introduce a wide range of adhesives for different electronics applications such as semiconductor assembly, automotive and consumer electronics. SMTA-0240 is a solvent-free, one component, pre-mixed, thermoset epoxy based adhesive. It has been designed especially for the bonding of surface mount devices, to printed circuit boards, prior to the wave soldering process.
SMTA-0241 is characterized by excellent stencil print-ability, resulting in high dot profiles, without aperture-stringing or tailing. It can resist temperatures over 200ºC for short periods of time and has been used in lead-free processes with peak temperatures of 270ºC.
The Balver Zinn group will introduce the latest flux technology Cobar BF-1301 wave soldering flux. Cobar BF-1301 is the latest alcohol based organic flux technology which exhibits exceptional wetting in combination with highest possible SIR of the residues. Using this flux in a nitrogen atmosphere will lead to the lowest residue which is very beneficial for pin testability and coat ability of the products. Higher first pass yields will be achieved and will reduce the cost of production.
Also on display at SMT Hybrid Packaging will be Cobar solder paste, Spectrocheck DEMO-machine and live soldering sessions with Hakko soldering stations