Shipping and Transport Media

Shipping and Transport Media

Shipping and Transport Media

10.1 Product Transport Media All semiconductor products must be shipped in some type of handling media. The type used is specific to the type of package, die, or wafer that is to be shipped. The following sections outline the many different types of shipping and handling media that Intel uses and outlines how they can be recycled. This is not inclusive of the many different ...types of media available, but is meant to show the main types used and some of the methods for using them in the factory floor. 10.1.1 Plastic Tubes Plastic shipping and handling tubes are manufactured from polyvinyl chloride (PVC) with an antistatic surfactant treatment. Standard tubes for most package types are translucent and allow visual inspection of units within the tube. Carbon-impregnated, black conductive tubes are available for all parts where required by device or use characteristics. Tube profiles are designed with minimum clearance over the maximum package dimensions to reduce damage caused by movement of the device within the tube. For some package types, tubes have “riding rails” on which the packages rest while in the tube. The rails protect the fragile leads from touching anything in the tube. PVC tacks, nylon tacks, or rubber plugs are used to retain the units. All tube wall thickness are 0.025 inches to 0.040 inches. Table 10-1 through Table 10-8 show tube dimensions and cross- sections and quantity of packages per tube for most Intel package types. Additional information on new packages should be requested through Intel Field Sales. 2004 Packaging Databook 10-1 10 Table 10-1. PLCC Shipping Tube Dimensions (In Inches) Outside Dimensions Cross Lead Wall Section Type Thickness (W x H) Length (L) Width (W) Height (H) 20 L Square 0.030 19.375 0.480 0.263 Quantity of Packages Per Tube 46 28L Square 44L Square 52L Square 68L Square 28L Rectangular 32L Rectangular 84L Square 0.030 0.025 0.030 0.025 0.025 0.025 0.040 19.375 19.375 19.375 19.375 19.375 19.375 19.375 0.580 0.780 0.880 1.090 0.480 0.580 1.300 0.263 0.250 0.263 0.250 0.220 0.220 0.288 38 26 23 18 30 30 15 Table 10-2. Cerquad Shipping Tube Dimensions (In Inches) Cross Outside Dimensions Lead Wall Section Type Thickness (W x H) Length (L) Width (W) Height (H) 44SQ 0.025 0.200 0.730 11.50 Quantity Per Tube 11 52SQ 68SQ 28SQ 0.025 0.030 0.030 0.200 0.200 0.200 0.820 1.040 0.520 11.50 11.50 11.50 11 9 15 32SQ 0.030 0.175 0.530 11.50 12 10-2 2004 Packaging Databook Table 10-3. PQFP Shipping Tube Dimensions (In Inches) Cross Outside Dimensions Lead Wall Section Type Thickness (W x H) Length (L) Width (W) Height (H) 84L PQFP 0.030 9.50 0.999 0.280 Quantity Per Tube 10 100L PQFP 0.030 10.50 1.099 0.280 10 132L PQFP 0.030 12.50 1.299 0.280 10 Table 10-4. LCC Shipping Tube Dimensions (In Inches) Cross Outside Dimensions Lead Wall Section Type Thickness (W x H) Length (L) Width (W) Height (H) 18L 0.025 11.5 0.370 0.165 Quantity Per Tube 25 20L 0.025 11.5 0.370 0.165 25 28L 0.025 11.5 0.530 0.165 Read the full Shipping and Transport Media.

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