EFD’s Solder Paste Group continually strives to exceed IPC J-Standards to guarantee customer satisfaction. We also provide various certificates to those who need documentation.
Workmanship standards of IPC (The Institute for Interconnecting and Packaging Electronic Circuits) Guidelines for the following J-Standards to guarantee customer satisfaction include:
- J-STD-003 – Solderability Test for Printed Boards
- J-STD-004 – General Requirements and Test Methods for Soldering Fluxes
- J-STD-005 – General Requirements and Test Methods for Soldering Paste
- J-STD-006 – Requirements for Electronic Grade Solder Alloys and Fluxed and Non-Fluxed Solid Solders for Electronic Soldering Applications
Our solder products meet these standards. Visit ipc.org for more information.
To request the documentation below, please click here.
Certificate of Conformance (C of C)
Documentation signed or otherwise authenticated by an authorized individual certifying the degree to which items or services meet specified requirements.
Certificate of Origin (C of O)
Documentation to authenticate the country of origin of the merchandise being shipped.
North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Certificate
An agreement between the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, the purpose of NAFTA was to encourage trade by eliminating tariffs on most goods originating in and traded between these countries over a fifteen-year period.
Certificate of No Change
Documentation to certify the items or contents specified have not been altered from original specification. Most common usage is for part number changes for military/government specified items.