Whether you need a military qualified conformal coating for your electronic circuit boards will depend on the industry you are in. Clearly, if you are manufacturing military electronics then you may well need the qualification. But, the key question is
Fluoropolymer coatings are used in almost all industrial sectors. They include: • Aviation • Aerospace • Defense • Automotive • Industrial • Oil & Gas • Electronics • Medical/Pharmaceutical • Optics • Telecommunications • White goods / Commercial This list
When considering cleaning of circuit boards then dull joints on components normally indicate over cleaning. This means that the circuit board may have been exposed too long to the cleaning fluid or the temperature may have been too high.
There are three key points to consider when choosing a subcontractor to apply conformal coating to your circuit board. These three key areas are: Quality Turnaround time Price If you get these three key areas correct then you have succeeded.
Conformal coating masking materials are used to protect electronic components against conformal coating ingress from a variety of application techniques. These masking materials include liquid latex, masking tapes and dots. They protect components from the conformal coating seeping through. However,
Parylene is a that is deposited onto printed circuit boards (PCBs) as a gas in a vacuum chamber. The international symbol for Parylene as a conformal coating is XY. Parylene is a dry process compared to the standard “wet” liquid
The simple answer to where acrylic conformal coatings are used in protecting circuit boards is everywhere! This includes areas such as: Aerospace Automotive Batteries Controls and drives Defence Fuel handling systems LED Lighting & display panels Medical MEMS (Microphones
Cleaning of circuit board assemblies before conformal coating application has taken place for many years. The reasons for doing this have always remained the same: Improve the surface cleanliness of the circuit to protect against corrosion and the effects of
Areas where conformal coatings are being used include: Aerospace Automotive Control drives LEDs Military and defence Telecommunications Medical Tablets Mobile phones Batteries Fuel handling systems MEMS Microphones Oil & Gas Photovoltaics and solar panels Conformal coatings are being used in
Here are three simple reasons that can leave you saving up to 80% of your costs in the conformal coating masking process compared to masking tape: Masking time is reduced. Using custom masking boots in the coating process can be