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Etching Trays

Etching trays are plastic containers designed for a range of developing tasks during the etching of printed circuit boards, such as soaking paper or developing photosensitive plate. They are strong enough to be used with all the normal concentrations of acids that are used in etching processes. Etching trays have ribbed bottoms to ensure easy paper removal.

What are etching trays used for?

These trays are ideal for all PCB etching and developing, as well as polishing and washing activities involved in PCB processes. They can hold acid, alkali or water, and are typically made from PVC. Etching trays are available in a wide range of sizes and colours.

How are etching traysused?

Plastic pliers are usually supplied with etching trays to allow for the easy adjustment or lifting of films and circuits, and to avoid the chance of any direct skin contact with the substance. The trays are conveniently stackable and have a range of maximum working temperatures. Their strong plastic construction also prevents any leakage.

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BUT-1, PE Resin Etching Tray 195mm Length by 150mm Width Sunhayato 41 PE Resin - 195mm 150mm
AR23, PVC Etching Tray in Blue, 430 x 300 x 100mm 430mm Length by 300mm Width CIF 16 PVC Blue 430mm 300mm
BUT-3, PE Resin Etching Tray 280mm Length by 210mm Width Sunhayato 13 PE Resin - 280mm 210mm
AR236, PVC Etching Tray in Green, 400mm Length by 300mm Width CIF 5 PVC Green 400mm 300mm
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