Enthone Launches ENTEK® OSP Final Finish Verification Program
WEST HAVEN, Connecticut, USA, May 25, 2011 - Enthone Inc., a business of Cookson Electronics, has launched the ENTEK® OSP Final Finish Verification Program. The program enables OEMs and EMSs to easily confirm that the ENTEK OSP-coated printed wiring boards (PWBs) they purchase are supplied by a certified ENTEK PWB fabricator. The program also provides the PWB fabricator with confirmation of approved distributors that possess and therefore are authorized to distribute, sell and provide technical support of ENTEK OSP final finish chemistry.
The ENTEK OSP Verification Program was created to provide direct Enthone customers, as well as EMS or OEM companies immediate assurance that they are receiving the real ENTEK coating that they desire and specify. The program also offers assistance on the selection and process optimization of all Enthone final finishes that are specified for use by their PWB fabricators.
Customers may confirm that they are receiving PWBs coated with a certified ENTEK OSP system by visiting (English) www.entekimposters.com or (Simplified Chinese) www.entekimposters.com/ch. Upon completion of an extremely short online submission form, an ENTHONE® Final Finish Expert will provide an immediate verification response, address questions, and arrange for any further consultations requested by the customer.
ENTEK from Enthone is the world’s leading and most preferred PWB final finish. It is the only finish that is patented and legally registered ® to carry the ENTEK name throughout Asia and the world. Printed wiring boards coated with ENTEK OSP are production-proven to increase yields, improve quality, and reduce rework and rejects, while ensuring product reliability throughout the supply chain.
Enthone Inc. is a business of Cookson Electronics www.cooksonelectronics.com. The company is a global and leading supplier of high performance specialty chemicals and coatings. Enthone manufactures, markets and distributes its functional, decorative and electronic processes that are used in printed wiring board, semiconductor, photovoltaic, automotive, energy, aerospace, jewelry, and plumbing applications. For more information, please visit www.enthone.com.