Anoplate’s AnoTin coatings offer readily-solderable deposits of varying melting points and excellent as-deposited luster.
|AnoTin Coating||Coating Characteristics|
|AnoTin AB||Pure, bright tin deposit with aesthetic appearance suitable for exposed sheet metal parts|
|AnoTin AM||Pure, matte tin deposit with the best solderability and lowest carbon content|
|AnoTin LB||Bright, 60% tin 40% lead with the lowest melting point (360o F)|
|AnoTin LM||Matte 60% tin 40% lead which is readily solderable to a high degree|
|AnoTin LL||Bright, 93% tin 7% lead alloy readily prevents tin whiskering at a reduced lead
|AnoTin Bi||Matte, lead-free, RoHS-compliant 99% tin 1%bismuth deposit.|
|AnoTin IM||Immersion tin deposit of 10-25 µinches over copper-alloy parts.|
|AB, AM||MIL-T- 10727||B 545||2408|
|LB, LM, LL||MIL-P- 81728||B 579||--|
|Bi||MIL-T- 10727||B 545||--|
❖ Readily solderable
❖ Can be applied over various underplates to tailor the coating system to your application (nickel, electroless nickel, copper)
❖ Can be applied to nearly any substrate material
❖ Can be reflowed for enhanced aesthetics, solderability, and storage life.
Anoplate performs routine solderability tests to ensure compliance with governing specifications, including Method 208 of MILSTD-202. The carbon content of the deposit is analyzed as-required to minimize the code position of organic matter (carbon) in the coating.
Thickness and composition are closely controlled using X-ray Fluorescence technology measured directly on your parts.