Koartan 6166 and 6125 silver pastes

Mary Tang mtang at stanford.edu
Mon Jan 31 23:03:09 PST 2011

Hi Nate --

Just a quick look at the applications notes on the Koartan website 
suggests cure/firing times of 30-60 minutes at the target temperatures.  
I don't believe the AW610's were designed to run for that length of time 
(Ed should correct me, but I think the maximum is about 5 minutes).  
Your application and needs may be different, but I'm wondering if the 
AW610 is your best option.  We do  have a programmable muffle furnace 
outside the lab which might work for this, although the cycle times (due 
to thermal mass in heating and cooling) can be long.  Let me know if 
you're interested in the furnace.


On 1/31/2011 5:39 PM, Nathan Salowitz wrote:
> Hello,
>     I would like permission to bring in Koartan 6166 and 6125 silver 
> pastes (MSDS attached).
>     Initial printing and drying to 125C will be performed at another 
> lab, therefore I would not be bringing in a liquid, but a dried form 
> already on wafers.
>     I would like to run them through their cure cycles in AW610_r at 
> 600C and 900C respectively.
>     Please let me know,
>         Nate

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