Copper electrolytes for the manufacturing of printed circuit boards of the latest generation (mobile phone standard 5G) are one of our strengths. Current highlights include processes that are able to fill blind microvias (blind holes) and to metallise through holes with good metal distribution even under unfavorable geometric conditions. Our product range includes processes for direct current as well as pulse plating processes
in the production of printed circuit boards and electronic components for further miniaturisation and increased integration density.
Application in vertical plating lines. Deposition of bright coatings with low internal stress and optimal breaking elongation.
Application in vertical plating lines. Pattern plating. Deposits with excellent metal distribution and throwing power.
Application in horizontal continuous plating lines. Especially suitable for periodic reverse current (reverse pulse plating).
Copper SLOTOCOUP 1960 is used for the production of multilayer printed circuit boards in the field of automotive, computer and smartphone. Complete filling of blind microvias and copper plating of through holes in one process step.
For production of HDI-PCBs in order to fill blind microvias with copper, pattern plating, metallize through holes in a one step process.
Copper SLOTOCOUP TF 1350 has especially been developed for the filling of through holes
with an aspect ratio > 2.5 by Reverse Pulse Plating.
Copper SLOTOCOUP CU 1450 is used for the production of printed circuit boards for
automotive and base station applications. The electrolyte is operated with direct current and
enables very good throwing power in high aspect ratio holes
This electrolyte uses the the advantages of Reverse Pulse Plating (RPP) in connection with vertical reel-to-reel plating plants optimally.
Application in vertical plating lines. For through-hole plating and metallisation (not filling) of blind microvias.
In combination with RRP SLOTOCOUP CU 210 enables with RPP a excellent metal distribution in through holes. SLOTOCOUP CU 210 can also be operated with direct current (DC).