New Ultrasonic Soldering Guide Now Available from Christopher Associates

A comprehensive guide to ultrasonic soldering in electronics, solar, medical and industrial manufacturing applications has been developed by Japan Unix Co. Ltd.

August 2010 ― Christopher Associates Inc. announces the availability of a comprehensive guide to ultrasonic soldering in electronics, solar, medical and industrial manufacturing applications developed by Japan Unix Co. Ltd.


Ultrasonic soldering is a significant technique used for flux-less soldering onto difficult to solder materials including glass, ceramics, aluminum, stainless steel, molybdenum, ITO films and silicone. Applications include medical electronics, automotive, solar batteries and modules, and flat panel display manufacturing.

By emitting ultrasonic waves to the soldering tip, negative pressure is created by cavitations. The energy produced promotes the removal of any contamination, oxides and air bubbles that are present, leading to significantly improved adhesion of solder to the material being soldered.

Japan Unix is a world leader in ultrasonic and robotic soldering, and can assist in custom tailoring solutions to customer requirements.

For more information, visit www.christopherweb.com.

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For further information, please contact:
Martin Gershenson
Director of Business development
Christopher Associates Inc.
3617 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Santa Ana, CA 92704
714-979-7500
E-mail: martin.gershenson@christopherweb.com

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