When Not to Use Acrylic Conformal Coating

Posted by Sean Horn on Wed, May 16, 2012

While acrylic conformal coating does have its many benefits, there are some applications whenever it is not the ideal conformal coating  to be using.  Typically in applications that have exposure to solvents, high temperature requirements, or require coating hardness, acrylic conformal coating should not be used.  Solvent exposure In applications that have an exposure to solvents, acrylic [&h

Typical Conformal Coatings Used

Posted by Sean Horn on Thu, May 10, 2012

Different conformal coatings have a wide range of uses throughout many different industries.  While originally founded for the electronics industry, because of the benefits of using conformal coatings, it has branched into many other fields most notably medical, automotive, and LED.  Medical Conformal Coatings Used While all conformal coating types can be used for different applications, [&hell

When to Use Urethane Conformal Coating

Posted by Sean Horn on Tue, May 8, 2012

Urethane conformal coatings are an excellent choice to use for many conformal coating projects.  Because of their resistance to chemical solvents, usefulness at mitigating tin whiskers, and overall hardness, they are a very popular conformal coating choice.