WonderMASK P Peelable Solder Mask

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2211-8SQ WonderMASK P - 8oz 8 oz (237mL) 24 $385.92
2211-G WonderMASK P - 1 gal 1 gal (3.8L) 1 $140.66
2211-5G WonderMASK P - 5 gal 5 gal (19L) 1 $535.81
2211-54G WonderMASK P - 54 gal 54 gal (205L) 1 $4,744.36
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Non-ammoniated, low odor peelable mask - Prevent soldering protected areas in a wave soldering process by applying a Peelable Solder Mask.  WonderMASK P is designed to apply smoothly, dry quickly, withstand high lead-free process temperatures and then be removed easily. 

WonderMASK P has a number of useful applications in PCB assembly:

Thru-hole masking – Prevent soldering open holes in a wave soldering process by covering with WonderMASK. All of the masks listed below are well suited for this application.

Conformal coating masking – In a conformal coating dipping or spraying process, WonderMASK can be used to cover connectors and other components and areas that should not be coated. WonderMASK P and PX are recommended.

Temporary component adhesive – WonderMASK can be used to tack down components on double-sided PCBs.

All Techspray WonderMASK products have the following advantages:

  • Withstands lead-free soldering temperatures up to 640°F (343°C) in wave soldering process
  • RoHS compliant 
Specifications: MIL-STD-2000 paragraph 5.3.18 parts a,b, and d. Ford Tox #039772.

Features & Benefits

  • Non-ammoniated
  • Nonflammable
  • Easily peelable
  • Low odor
  • Cure indicator - darkens as it cures
  • Compatible with gold and copper leads

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