Ventec International Doubles IMS Material Manufacturing Capacity with $2M Equipment Investment


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Ventec International Group has doubled its B-series Insulated Metal Substrate (IMS) materials production capacity at its Jiangyin, China facility. The company has invested USD 2 million in leading edge production equipment that boost IMS materials production capacity 100% above prior levels.

Image: Ventec raises production capability & control for IMS production line with increased capacity

To meet the growing demand for high performance IMS materials that deliver an ever-increasing level of thermal performance, reliability and quality, particularly for automotive and other LED lighting and DC power conversion applications, Ventec has invested in new manufacturing equipment at its Jiangyin, China facility. Following a successful initial trial period, the latest production line, which includes a Resin Coater, automated build up, aluminum surface treating equipment, and an inline High Pot Tester, is now fully operational for mass production.

Ventec1.jpgImage: Ventec’s new Resin Coater doubles IMS Materials capacity

Along with the significant capacity expansion, the latest investment also ensures enhanced production capability for Ventec’s VT-4B family of thermally conductive IMS, which deliver an unprecedented level of thermal performance through their established ceramic-filled halogen-free dielectric technology. Multilayered constructions are made possible through resin-coated foil and resin-coated film options.

Ventec3.jpgImage: Thermal Management Solutions & IMS Materials Performance Overview from Ventec

Ventec’s General Manager Jason Chung said the company is on track with its ambitious global growth plan which includes strategic investment in new technologies and production equipment that expand its product offerings and leverage production resources. “With the market need for ever-increasing thermal performance, Vantec’s IMS Materials product pipeline and manufacturing capacity expansion are now well positioned to cost-effectively meet the needs of customers around the globe,” Chung said.

Mark Goodwin, Ventec’s COO Europe & USA, added “the Jiangyin facility’s expanded production capacity positions Ventec to serve as a leading high-volume, high-quality supplier of materials to customers requiring reliable IMS solutions,”. 

About Ventec International Group

With volume manufacturing facilities and HQ in Suzhou China, Ventec International specializes in advanced copper clad glass reinforced and metal backed substrates for the PCB industry. With distribution locations and quick-turn CCL manufacturing sites in both the US and Europe, Ventec International is a premier supplier to the Global PCB industry. For more information, visit www.venteclaminates.com, www.ventec-usa.com or www.ventec-europe.com.

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