AIM acquires right to sell SN100C solder paste and cored wire solder globally
Dec 04, 2007
AIM has acquired the right to now sell SN100C solder paste and cored wire solder globally.
AIM has been formulating compatible flux chemistries for these products for the North America and China markets for over two years. Manufacturing of SN100C bar solder, wire solder, solder paste, and compatible liquid fluxes takes place at AIM's full-line manufacturing plants in North America and Shenzhen, China. Sales and support services are offered through AIM's offices located throughout every market in the world.
SN100C offers broad process windows and benefits such as excellent flow, low voiding in SMT BGA and QFN devices, bright, shiny and smooth solder joints similar to tin-lead. Additionally, SN100C is more resistant to lead contamination reliability issues than SAC alloys. Furthermore, SN100C does not contain any costly silver. These advantages, combined with a low dross rate, mean that SN100C offers substantial savings as compared to other lead-free solder alloys.
AIM may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit AIM on the web at www.aimsolder.com.