WonderMASK PX and WonderMASK P Peelable Solder Mask

Techspray’s WonderMASK® can be used to prevent soldering protected areas in a wave soldering process

Image of Techspray's WonderMASK® PX and WonderMASK PTechspray’s WonderMASK PX is a temporary, peelable, latex solder mask designed to dry in half the time of standard peelable solder masks. It is hand applied and can withstand fluxing, wave soldering and cleaning operations. While it effectively masks and protects open through-holes and underside components in a wave soldering process, it can also be used as a conformal coatings mask.

WonderMASK PX can remain on all areas of the board until ready for test, and then, be easily peeled away. In addition, WonderMASK PX is ideally suited for situations where a thick coat of mask is required. It has been specially formulated to cure homogenously, virtually eliminating any limit on the deposition thickness.

WonderMASK P is a synthetic latex peelable solder mask that can prevent soldering protected areas in a wave soldering process. It is designed to apply smoothly, dry quickly, withstand high lead-free process temperatures, and be removed easily.

Features and Benefits of the WonderMASK PX
  • Fast drying: dries in half the time of standard peelable masks
  • Ideal for situations where a thick coat of mask is required
  • Peelable mask
  • Able to withstand temperatures up to 650°F / 343°C
  • Mask for conformal coating
  • Prevents solder from flowing into contacts, terminals, screw heads, and plated through-holes
  • Will not tarnish gold or phosphor bronze
  • Protects delicate components
Features and Benefits of the WonderMASK P
  • Non-ammoniated
  • Nonflammable
  • Easily peelable
  • Low odor
  • Cure indicator: darkens as it cures
  • Compatible with gold and copper leads

WonderMASK® PX and WonderMASK P

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionAvailable QuantityView Details
WONDERMASK PX LATEX2222-8SQWONDERMASK PX LATEX0View Details
WONDERMASK P PEELABLE SOLDER MAS2211-8SQWONDERMASK P PEELABLE SOLDER MAS231 - ImmediateView Details
Published: 2017-11-20