Master bond is leading the way in semiconductor packaging with a complete line of underfill, die attach, glob top and encapsulation compounds. These systems are designed for easy processing and dependability. Specific grades feature high purity, outstanding resistance to water and chemicals, thermal stability and low stress.
The evolution of product development in semiconductor packaging has created new challenges to optimize performance. In order to meet these new stringent requirements, Master bond has utilized the latest, most advanced polymeric materials. These compounds are specifically designed to simplify manufacturing and deliver high reliability. Each product is formulated to meet exact customer specifications and to ensure cost-effective solutions.
Properties of Master Bond Epoxy Systems for Semiconductor Applications
Master Bond custom formulates epoxy compounds to meet the specific demands of the semiconductor packaging industry. Specific grades offer exceptional mechanical, electrical, thermal and optical properties, including:
- Thermal conductivity
- Electrical insulation
- Dimensional stability
- Electrical conductivity
- Superior toughness
- High flexibility
- Low shrinkage
Master Bond also offers compounds that remain serviceable even in the most adverse environmental conditions. Special grades offer:
- Serviceability in extreme temperatures
- Superior bond strength
- Resistance to thermal cycling
- Snap cures
- Low outgassing
- Ultra low moisture absorption
- Low CTE
- Stress absorption
Applications of Master Bond’s Semiconductor Adhesives
Master Bond's epoxy systems can be applied in many different semiconductor applications, including:
- Passive components
- Discrete components
Most Popular Epoxies for Semiconductor Applications
||A two component, thermally conductive, electrically isolating epoxy adhesive, sealant, and coating with a forgiving 1:1 mix ratio by weight or volume. Will adhere to a wide variety of substrates including metals, glass, ceramics, and many plastics.
||One part, UV curable epoxy with ultrafast curing. Good physical strength properties and chemical resistance.
||Potting and encapsulation
||Low viscosity, optically clear epoxy. Ideal for thermal cycling and sensitive components. Has a room temperature or low elevated temperature cure.
||Cost effective alternative to silver-filled epoxy with a silver-coated nickel filler. Excellent conductivity and physical properties.
||One part oven cured underfill encapsulant. Good dimensional stability and very easy to use. Cures rigid.
||NASA low outgassing certified, high temperature resistant, thermally conductive epoxy. Cryogenically serviceable.
||For potting & bonding. Good thermal conductivity. Cures flexible. Meets NASA low outgassing certification. Cryogenically serviceable.
||One part, electrically conductive epoxy with low resistance. Excellent strength properties. Cures at 125-150°C. Meets NASA low outgassing specifications and offers superior temperature resistance.
||Two part room temperature curable epoxy with superb flexibility. Widely used for potting and encapsulation where low stress on sensitive components is desirable. High optical clarity.
Packaged the Way You Need It
We offer a wide array of packaging options to speed productivity, minimize waste and save energy including...
- Quantities from grams to gallons
- Cans, bottles and jars
- Cartridges for manual and pneumatic guns
- Premixed and frozen syringes
- Syringe Applicators
This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by Master Bond Inc.
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