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A-TECH lead pcb surface finish free delivery at discount

A-TECH lead pcb surface finish free delivery at discount

Thickness
0.1-1.27um
Shelf Life
12 Months
Solderability
Good
RoHS Compliant
Yes
Additional Cost
Yes
Supply Capacity
2000 ㎡/Month
Certifications
UL, ISO9001, TS16949
Payment Terms
T/T, Paypal, WU etc.
Shipment Terms
EXW, FOB, DDU etc.
Test Way
100% E-Test
Standard
IPC CLASS 2 / CLASS 3
Price
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Product Details
A-TECH adheres to the principle of 'details determine success or failure' and pays great attention to the details of PCB prototype.
Company Advantages
1. A-TECH hasl pcb finish is made from polymers that are made up of many many molecules strung together to form long chains that behave differently.
2. The product features outstanding stability at different temperatures. When exposed to the high temperature, the viscosity and texture won't be easy to change.
3. The new facility of A-TECH CIRCUITS Co., Ltd. includes a world class test and development facility.


Hard gold plated, the full name is Electrolytic Nickel Electrolytic Gold. The most common application of hard gold plated is edge connectors(gold fingers), and it may also be plated over the entire circuit boards.

Hard Electrolytic gold consists of a layer of gold plated over a barrier coat of nickel. Hard gold is extremely durable, so it is most commonly applied to high-wear areas such as gold fingers and keypads.

Hard gold is not generally applied to solderable areas, because of its high cost and its relatively poor solderability. The maximum thickness that IPC considers to be solderable is 17.8U”, so if this type of gold must be used on surfaces to be soldered, the recommended nominal thickness should be about 5-10U”.



The advantages of hard gold plated

● Hard, Durable surface
● RoHS Compliant
● Long Shelf life
● Excellent for high-wear products



The disadvantages of hard gold plated

● Additional high cost
● Extra complicated manufacturing process
● Etching undercut can lead to slivering/flaking
● Finish does not fully encapsulate trace sidewalls, except in gold finger areas



A-TECH is capable of using hard gold plated on both of gold fingers and the entire PCB, the typical thickness of hard gold plated for gold fingers can be 0.1 – 3.0um, and the typical thickness of hard gold plated on entire board is 0.1 – 1.27um.




Company Features
1. After years of stable development, A-TECH CIRCUITS Co., Ltd. has obtained a high reputation in the pcb surface finish field.
2. On account of the high technology introduced by A-TECH CIRCUITS Co., Ltd., the production of osp pcb has become efficient.
3. Our mission is to help customers create something amazing, a product that grabs the attention of their customers. Whatever customers make, we are ready, willing and able to help them differentiate their product in the marketplace. It’s what we do for every one of our customers. Every day. Inquire now! We always put the quality of immersion silver pcb first.
pcb surface finish is more applicable in severe conditions with its materials being pcb surface finish. This product is easy to tear off by hand
The product does not peel off even used in a humid environment It is proved by practices that immersion silver pcb has the characteristics of pcb surface finish.
A-TECH CIRCUITS Co., Ltd. thinks so highly of design for pcb surface finish that we invest lots of money in it. It can be used by hands or automatic carton sealing machines
pcb surface finish has a broad development prospect and application in osp pcb field due to its outstanding design and high-performance materials. It has good temperature resistance performance
For its material, we used hasl pcb finish that was typical for osp pcb. The product is available in many different sizes and viscosity levels
The product is tested by different standards testing institutions at home and abroad.
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