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topic 7615

Electroless or Immersion Lead-Tin Plating Process


I need an electroless or immersion lead-tin plating process to increase the thickness of solder in plated through holes. I have heard of a Japanese company in Santa Anna, CA that has advertised an electroless solder.

I would appreciate any assistance that anyone can provide. Thank You

Ted Myers
-Tempe, Arizona


I know about electroless or immersion tin but not tin-lead.These tin processes are quite good.

sara michaeli
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Sara Michaeli
chemical process supplier
Tel-Aviv, Israel


There are a number of patented electroless tin-lead process developed in Japan. It appears that Japanese are commercializing these processes in USA. One of these Japanese companies is Okuno Chemical Industries Co. Ltd. in Osaka, Japan. These processes were developed earlier 90s. I have no idea if these processes work well.

Good luck!

Ling Hao
- Grand Rapids, Michigan

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