Storage of IC packages Within McDry
Example of component storage in McDry awaiting the mounting process.
Example of high-mix IC package storage in McDry in warehouse
Example of ICs in high-volume manufacturing facility storage area.
Example of high-mix IC package storage in McDry in warehouse.
Example of component storage in tape and reel.
Example of long term storage of unopened IC pacakage.
Storage of left over componenets at the end of a shift.
Example of remaining component storage after opening MBB for processing.
IC Package Taping Using McDry
Examples of McDry Applications (Items that require low-humidity storage)
Low-humidity storage of IC packages (MSD) which have been removed from moisture barrier bags. (To sHOME the floor life clock of CSPs, BGAs, TQFPs, etc.)
|2||Dry storage of semi-mounted PCBs. Effective low-humidity storage of PCBs awaiting second-side reflow.|
|3||Drying and storing multilayer PC boards before and after the mounting process.|
|4||Dry storage of pattern film and prepreg used in the manufacturing of PCBs.|
|5||Clean, room temperature drying of liquid crystal glass boards after washing. Results in even drying and prevents contamination.|
|6||Dry storage of quartz crystals and electrode adhesives used in the manufacturing of quartz oscillators.|
|7||Dehumidification and low-humidity storage of optical fiber (micro-lens for WDM) and CCD (charge-coupled device)|
|8||Slows down oxidation and prevents corrosion of electronic components and provides low-humidity storage of polymeric materials.|
Example of use of McDRY in mounting process (Products that need low-humidity storage)