Sun Chemical to Introduce New Solder Mask for High-temperature Automotive Applications at productronica 2019

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Sun Chemical will introduce its new Imagecure solder mask for high-temperature automotive applications during productronica 2019 in Munich, Germany from November 12-15, 2019.

The most recent addition to the most-used solder mask in Europe, withstands all the latest thermal cycling test criteria at -40°C/+180°C for 1000 cycles and -40°C/+170°C for 2000 cycles—a high specification test for printed circuits that must handle the stress caused by increased operating temperature requirements  being introduced in automotive applications.

Visitors of Sun Chemical’s booth located at Hall B3, Stand #481, will see firsthand the company’s DI solder mask for curtain coat applications—another example of Sun Chemical’s ongoing development of the Imagecure product range to meet the continually changing demands of the printed circuit board industry, along with all of Sun Chemical’s existing and new products for the PCB, PE and PV markets.

For more information, visit or visit Sun Chemical at Hall B3/Stand 481 at productronica 2019 in Munich, Germany.



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