Pure-Tin Electroplating

June 17, 2004
Stannostar 1405 is a new bright, high-speed, pure-tin electroplating process.


It delivers lead-free deposits that exhibit excellent brightness and solderability over the wide current density and temperature ranges. The process targets connectors and other microelectronics applications. It may be used to produce bright deposits with minimum organic inclusion and features a two-component additive package, providing ease of bath control and consistent, stable deposit morphology. It has a low-carbon content and offers 90% efficiency.

Enthone Inc., a business of Cookson Electronics,
350 Frontage Rd., West Haven, CT 06516,
(203) 799-4904,

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