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  • Low Temperature Alloys - Soldering 101

    Supplier: Indium Corporation
    The most common melting temperature range for standard solders (like SnPb or SnPbAg) is in the 180°C to 190°C range, and the most popular Pb-free alloys melt in the 220°C to 225°C. But, what do you do if you need a solder that reflows at a lower temperature?
  • 10,000 New Janitorial Products!

    Supplier: Applied Industrial Technologies
    Applied Industrial Technologies now offers 10,000 new janitorial products including Bags & Can Liners, Cleaning Chemicals, Floor & Carpet Care, Foodservice, Mops, Brooms & Brushes, Paper Products & Dispensers, Skin Care & Personal Hygiene, and more!
  • Handy Flux

    Supplier: Lucas Milhaupt Global Brazing Solutions
    Flux is critical to the brazing and soldering process because it minimizes the oxidation that may form on both the brazing filler metal and the materials being joined. Numerous formulations of flux are available for virtually all metal joining operations.
  • Huge Selection of MRO Chemicals

    Supplier: Applied Industrial Technologies
    Applied® offers a wide range of industrial chemicals and coatings from industry leading suppliers. From heavy-duty degreasers to anti-skid coatings to industrial paints, they locally stock the chemicals and coatings for a variety of applications.
  • Dow Corning Sylgard Encapsulants

    Supplier: Ellsworth Adhesives
    Ellsworth Adhesives proudly carries Dow Corning Sylgard poly-dimethyl siloxane (PDMS) Encapsulants. They are used for a multitude of specialized tasks from protecting strain sensitive electronic components to creating soft lithography molds in the fabrication of new types of electronic, magnetic, and optical devices.
  • Consider Conformal Coatings for PCBs

    Supplier: Ellsworth Adhesives
    A conformal coating is a thin protective film that “conforms” to the surface of a printed circuit board. This coating provides a layer of dielectric protection to circuitry, protecting the PCB against the environment. There are multiple types of conformal coatings, but the most commonly used are acrylics, polyurethanes and silicones.
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