Indium Bonding for Conductivity

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ACI Alloys Inc. offers indium and elastomer bonding. Indium bonding is often an ideal method of bonding because is an efficient way to pull heat away from the destination target. Indium is an extremely forgiving bond that is malleable, which allows it to expand without cracking. Although most materials are appropriate for indium bonding, indium does have a melting point slightly over 150 degrees that will cause the bond to fail with inefficient cooling.

Elastomer Bonding for High Temperature

Elastomer is a bonding method that is best used for customers who have melted indium bonds. Elastomer is a great selection for low-melting-point and temperature-sensitive materials. Elastomer bonding does have good strength at temperatures up to 250 degrees Celsius.

Expertise in Custom Alloys

ACI Alloys Inc. was founded in 1985 by Paul Albert, Sc.D. Dr. Albert has been working in metallurgy for over 50 years and has extensive experience in the fabrication of metals and alloys. Our services include alloying, pressing, machining, grinding, sheet and wire forming, and reclaiming materials. Our facility is located in San Jose and covers over 10,000 square feet.

Dedicated to Green Business Practices

At ACI Alloys Inc. we are dedicated to green business practices. As we maximize efforts to preserve natural resources, we also minimize waste and pollution. All of our products are comprised of the highest quality. Contact us today at (408) 259-7337 for more information on indium bonding and elastomer bonding.

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