Bodo Möller Chemie and Vantage Specialty Chemicals at productronica

04.09.2017

Joint trade fair presence highlights special cleaners for electronic components

In combining their expertises Bodo Möller Chemie and Vantage Speciality Chemicals participate at productronica from 14th to 17th of November 2017 in Munich. At their booth B2.258 they present solutions and products for special cleaning tasks of electronic components. The German industry leads the list of electronic components manufacturing nations – this year will be the most profitable year since 2014, states the current economic climate survey from VDMA specialist department productronic.

E-Mobility and Industry 4.0
Production of automotive and industrial electronics plus industry 4.0 are headlining topics of this year’s exhibition. Besides the strong demand for semiconductor products in the automotive sector, which is promoted by hybrid and electric boom, industry 4.0 pushes these processes in particular, because of the growing level of digitalization. Bodo Möller Chemie is nominated as distributor in many European countries for Vantage Specialty products. These products have been specially formulated to meet today’s performance, compatibility and environmental requirements.

Semiconductor manufacture and electronic assembly
The special cleaners in the electrical sector are designed for use in standard inline and batch defluxing systems, stencil and misprint cleaners as well as vapor degreasers. With a range of manually applicable non-aqueous products, cleaners based on isopropyl alcohol (IPA) can be replaced. This also takes environmental protection into account. Vantage's well-known brands include Axarel®, Bioact® and Lenium®, CleanSafe™ and RustSafe™, which are also used for highly complex applications such as aviation, defense, medical technology and numerous other.

 
 
 

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