Berlin, June 2020: Our second Atotech EL webinar “The new IPC 4552 corrosion specification making your head spin” will be held on June 16, at 4:30 p.m. (CEST) by Mario Rosin, Atotech’s Global Application Manager Selective Finishing High End.
About this webinar
Revision of IPC 4552A, released in August, 2017, has caused much insecurity within the electronics industry (OEMs, PCB manufacturers and chemical suppliers).
The nickel hyper-corrosion evaluation is a primary example of this. Misinterpretations of this evaluation may lead to falsely negative judgements and to the rejection of perfectly functioning ENIG production. This can be verified by the fact that production that has been acceptable for decades could now be classified as rejectable because of the misinterpretation of the new IPC 4552A specification.
Find out how Atotech Group, as a leading chemical supplier, fulfils IPC 4552A standard for Ni corrosion evaluation with its high advanced ENIG process.
- Background: basic understanding of latest IPC 4552A standard; principle mechanism of immersion type Au bath and Ni corrosion appearances characteristics.
- Key changes and limitations: hyper corrosion rating and use; correlation of Ni corrosion rating vs. proper soldering.
- Latest developments and outlook: new regulations coming with IPC 4552A and available solution (Atotech high advanced ENIG process).
Global Application Manager Selective Finishing High End
Having joined the company in 2007, initially in the position as Application Engineer in Selective Finishing High End, Mario was in charge of and product and customer support in different regions mainly in Asia until he was appointed in his current position in autumn 2013.
Based in Treuenbrietzen, Germany, Mario enjoys motorcycling, running, angling and music.
For more information on the subject feel free to connect with Mario at: email@example.com
Webinar title: The new IPC 4552 corrosion specification making your head spin
Date and time: Tuesday, June 16, 2020, at 4:30 p.m. (CEST)
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