Atotech to Participate in IPC APEX EXPO 2020


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Atotech, a leading surface-finishing solutions provider, delivering chemistry, equipment, and service to support diverse end-markets such as mobile devices, computers, consumer electronics, the global automotive industries, and many others, today announced that it will participate in the largest event for electronics manufacturing in North AmericaIPC APEX EXPO 2020, at the San Diego Convention Center on February 4th - 6th.

Atotech experts will be present and discuss the company’s latest innovative solutions, electronics industry outlook and technological trends, as well as participating in the conference program with five presentations:

Visitors to the event are welcome to join the Atotech technical conference talks and get exclusive product insights from our experts directly at the conference or at any time at the company’s booth: 4215.

Atotech’s key highlights at the booth include:

ViaKing® – A new enhanced graphite direct metallization for flex and advanced base materials.

Printoganth® P2 – A universal horizontal e’less Cu system for flex, flex-rigid, HDI & MLB base materials.

Printoganth® TV – High throwing power electroless copper for vertical processing of HDI amSAP PCBs.

CupraPulse® IN – Vertical conformal pulse plating with insoluble anodes.

InPro® MVF2 – Next generation BMV filling in VCP for HDI production.

Inpro® RA – A new high current density BMV filling for high productivity in flex manufacturing.

Aurotech® G-Bond – Autocatalytic Au for ultimate bondability.

PallaBond® – A new direct pure EPAG surface finish for ultra-fine L/S application.

Stannatech® SF8 – New optimized immersion tin process developed to improve vertical processing.

BondFilm® HF – Bonding enhancement solutions for low signal loss with high frequency applications.

Novabond® EX – A new generation adhesion promotor for advanced IC packaging.

CupraEtch® SR8000 – Advanced pretreatment for dryfilm and soldermask adhesion.

Silvertech™ HS – Selective Ag plating for lead frames and LED lead frames.

Argalin® XL – High performance inorganic and Cr(VI)-free silver anti-tarnish process.

Spherolyte® Cu UF3 – High purity ECD Cu process for high speed plating of pure Cu for pillar application.

Spherolyte ® SnAg – SnAg for solder bumping and pillar capping.

For more information about Atotech or its product offering, please visit atotech.com or contact us at: info@atotech.com.

About Atotech

Atotech is a global leader in surface-finishing solutions. Through a comprehensive systems-and-solutions approach, the company delivers chemistry, equipment, and service to support diverse industries such as consumer electronics, especially mobile devices and computers; global automotive; communication infrastructure; and many other industrial end-markets. Atotech’s relentless R&D efforts and global TechCenter presence allows it to deliver pioneering and sustainable products combined with unparalleled on-site customer support – making Atotech a critical partner to over 8,000 customers worldwide.

Atotech is a team of 4,000 experts in over 40 countries generating annual revenues of $1.2 billion (2018). Atotech has manufacturing operations across Europe, the Americas, and Asia and its headquarters is located in Berlin, Germany.

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