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March, 2021


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AVON, MA — StaticStop, a division of SelecTech, is showcasing its FreeStyle™ ESD PLUS flooring at IPC APEX 2021 virtu- al. StaticStop offers a complete line of ESD flooring available in the market, including epoxy floor coatings, glue-down tile and sheet products and the patented FreeStyle and SelecTile interlocking flooring. During the expo, StaticStop will high-


light GroundFloor PLUS and FreeStyle PLUS products pre-finished with conductive urethane, which makes them very easy to maintain. SelecTile ESD is now available in gray, an industrial interlocking tile suitable for the heaviest traffic as well as a great replacement for failing ESD epoxy in facto- ries and warehouses. FreeStyle ESD tiles employ


a patented glue-less “zipper” interlocking system that enables the flooring to be installed over


New Flux Cored Solder Wire from Indium Corp.


CLINTON, NY — Indium Cor - por ation has released its CW-232 flux-cored solder wire, formulat- ed to combine excellent wetting speed with low-spattering. The highly activated rosin flux-cored wire was developed to meet the


TECHNICA, U.S.A. Fulfilling Manufacturing Needs Throughout the Electronics Industry


existing flooring with minimal subfloor preparation. There’s no need for messy, toxic adhesive and downtime is significantly reduced — often without needing to close off


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an area. Made with 70 percent recycled materials and 100 percent recyclable, FreeStyle ESD meets CA 1350 indoor air quality and is MAS Certified Green. StaticStop also has a deep knowledge of


ESD flooring, with a staff of experts who have been involved in the ESD flooring industry for more than 20 years. President and CEO Tom Ricciardelli is actively involved in the ESDA and currently serves as


Avenue, Avon, MA 02322 % 508-583-3200 E-mail: jberk@selectech.com Web: www.selectech.com


Interlocking ESD floor tiles. See at IPC APEX (virtual)


the chairman of the ESD flooring committee. Contact: SelecTech, Inc., 33 Wales


CW-232 solder wire.


demands of robotic and laser sol- dering, by delivering more wet- ting power to achieve higher throughput. CW-232 also works well in


hand soldering applications. Due to its “no-spatter” technology, the wire is designed to eliminate flux spattering that can burn operators’ hands, impair the vision system of robotic soldering machines, or make finished prod- ucts less aesthetically pleasing. Features include: extremely


low spattering; fast wetting, even when soldering to heavily tarnished surfaces; light-colored residue; compatibility with lead- free and tin-lead alloys; and com- patibility with HASL, immersion silver, ENIG, and OSP surface finishes.


Contact: Indium Corp., 301 Woods Park Drive, Suite 301,


Clinton, NY 13323 % 315-381-7566 E-mail: jhuang@indium.com Web: www.indium.com


See at IPC APEX (virtual) Available in the United States exclusively through Technica U.S.A.


1-800-909-8697 www.technica.com


•Fast setup & changeover •Simple operation


•Stable & reliable print process •Fine pitch printing capability •Excellent print definition


•Powerful off-Line programming •User friendly interface •Exceptional pickup reliability •100% ball & lead inspection •Optimal performance & accuracy


xcellent choice for High Mix, Medium Volume Production


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