Among all Metal core PCBs, Aluminum PCB is the most common type. The base material consists of an aluminum core and standard FR4. It has a layer or layers of copper, solder mask and silkscreen layered over it. Instead of having a fiberglass or plastic substrate, though, an aluminum circuit board has a metal substrate. This base mainly contains a combination of aluminum substrate. The metal core can consist entirely of metal or have a combination of fiberglass and aluminum. Aluminum substrate typically are single sided, but can be double sided as well.
Aluminum can actually transfer heat away from vital components, thus minimizing the harmful effect it could have on the circuit board. Higher durability: Aluminum provides strength and durability to a product that ceramic or fiberglass bases cannot.
Our printed Aluminum substrate are widely used for LED lighting and power converting electronics, and automotive systems.Aluminum is non-toxic and recyclable.