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Alpha and Itecs to Exhibit at the ExpoElectronica Show in Moscow, Russia

Emma Giles

Alpha and Itecs to Exhibit at the ExpoElectronica Show in Moscow, Russia

Somerset, NJ – April 10th, 2017

Alpha Assembly Solutions, the world leader in the production of electronic soldering and bonding materials, will be showcasing its range of product innovations alongside Itecs, its Distributor Partner for Russia, at the ExpoElectronica Show in Moscow, Russia from Tuesday 25th – Thursday 27th April 2017.

Alpha will present its latest stencils innovation ALPHA® tensoRED® Master Tensioning Frame. ALPHA® tensoRED® enables a higher and more even tension compared to ALPHA® Tetra Frame. Due to its innovative design, no air pressure on the frame is needed, resulting in reduced maintenance costs and improved reliability.

Alpha’s extensive range of solder paste and cored wire products such as ALPHA® CVP-390 solder paste and ALPHA® Telecore® HF-850 Cored Solder Wire will also be showcased. ALPHA® CVP-390 is a lead-free, zero-halogen no-clean solder paste designed to enable consistent fine pitch printing capability, down to 180µm circle printed with 100µm thickness stencil. ALPHA® CVP-390 also exhibits excellent print volume deposit repeatability which provides value by reducing defects associated with print process variability.

ALPHA® Telecore® HF-850 Cored Solder Wire is the fastest wettest and lowest spattering, Halogen Free and Halide Free cored wire offering from Alpha. ALPHA® Telecore® HF-850’s clear residue also allows easy inspection of solder joints and the very low spatter rate ensures board cosmetics and user comfort is maintained.

For more information on Alpha’s product range please visit the Itecs stand #B627.

Date: April 25-27, 2017
Venue: Crocus Expo, Moscow, Russia

About Itecs
Based in Moscow, Russia, Itecs has been supplying electronic components to the Russian market since 2001. Alpha and Itecs have been working together for 17 years with Itecs appointed as Alpha’s official distributor for Russia in 2010.

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