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September, 2021 Peters Improves Inkjet Solder Masks


KEMPEN, GERMANY — Peters is cooperat- ing with Atotech for the development and testing of a new environmentally friendly and resource-saving technology in the field of inkjet solder masks. Peters has set up a new laboratory test


facility for further developing a fine-struc- tured application of solder resists on PCBs by means of an inkjet method, while Atotech supplies the necessary pre-treatment chemi- cals and advises Peters on the fine-tuning of the associated process. The aim of this cooperation is to provide


the electronics industry with a coordinated system of pre-treatment processes and inkjet solder resists. The partners aim to contribute


Peters’ research facility for new inkjet solder masks.


to sustainable action in the coatings indus- try. Peters has been successful in research on ink printing technologies using the droplet- jet method for PCBs. The company is contin- uously developing solder masks, thus offer- ing solutions for the constantly growing de- mands in electronics. The inkjet method enables the applica-


tion of solder masks in fine structures. For this reason, the Peters research team is lay- ing special emphasis on the further develop- ment of this technology. The substrates to be coated with inkjet solder resists are pre- treated using Atotech’s CupraEtch® SR8000 method, which ensures an excellent adhesion of the solder resist to the PCB. Contact: Lackwerke Peters


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


GmbH & Co. KG, Hooghe Weg 13, 47906 Kempen, Germany % +49-2152-2009-0 E-mail: peters@peters.de Web: www.peters.de


Sealing and Bonding Adhesive from


DuPont


WILMINGTON, DE — DuPont’s new BETASEAL™ 900EI is de- signed to enable efficient battery assembly and field serviceability. EV battery packs and panels can now be assembled and serviced without compromising sealing performance. BETASEAL 900EI bonds coated metals, pretreated thermoplastics, and composites and or any multi-material combi- nation. It is a one component moisture-curing nonconductive polyurethane-based adhesive and sealant. Currently in production and


prototyping with multiple global automotive manufacturers, ma- terial benefits include: reliable environmental


•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 sealing and


durable bonding; reduction or elimination of mechanical fas- teners; electrical insulation for sensitive battery components; room temperature curing; and withstands 0.5 psi leak testing after five minutes. It also meets debris and


water ingress performance per IP67 and IP6K9K, is resistant to high pressure and high-tempera- ture spray (car wash simulation), has optimized hardness to en- able efficient field serviceability and pack recyclability, and acts as a secondary barrier if battery modules leak. Contact: DuPont, 200


Powder Mill Road, Building 262, Wilmington, DE 19803 % 919-536-9552


E-mail: Available in the United States exclusively through Technica U.S.A. 1-800-909-8697 www.technica.com


noelle.d.hagen@dupont.com Web: www.dupont.com


See at the Battery Show, Booth 2805


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