Application methods must first reflect the targeted substrate’s susceptibility to the coating material. Liquid coatings – acrylic, epoxy, silicone and urethane – each possess specific performance properties. Optimal protection and operational efficiency depend onRead More
Parylene Coating Blog by Diamond-MT
The conformal coating process requires watchful administration to ensure successful implementation. Recognizing the unique properties of various coating-types is critical to selecting the kind most applicable to the project and its purposes, while meeting clients’ material and operational specifications. Regardless of the coating material and the substrate, these five fundamental procedures are essential to good conformal films.Read More
Managing the conformal coating process begins with a precise definition of coverage required. Pre-process negotiations between the client, the coating provider, and end-user, clarify coating requirements. They include agreement about whether:Read More
Liquid application resins acrylic, epoxy, silicone and urethane are applied to electronic circuitry in a liquid format by brush, dip or spray techniques, either manually or through robotic processes; they require curing before they can be used.Read More
Maintaining proper thickness for silicone conformal coating is critical because it is applied very thick compared to other conformal coatings. If a coating is applied too thick, it may create excessive stresses on solder joints and components (particularly glass-bodied components). If a coating is applied too thin, it may not reach the optimum properties described on the Technical Data Sheet. For this reason, the IPC created the J-STD-001 to regulate and standardize the thickness that coatings are applied at. For silicones, the J-STD-001 calls out 0.00197 to 0.00827 in. Our operators strive to hit between .002” and .008” for silicone applications.
Raw Materials – Parylene Dimer and Adhesion Promotion
Parylene dimer is the raw form of parylene. It is the solid inserted into the machine that is broken down through the deposition process. Cost for parylene dimer can be anywhere from $200 to $5,000 per pound depending on the different type of dimer. A typical coating run is around a pound of dimer.
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Conformal Coating Process – Phase 1 – Prior to Parts Arrival
Once we receive a purchase order from a customer, all of the pertinent information such as drawings, specifications, and special instructions are given to the quality department from our marketing team to create custom work instructions for that particular part. If the material to be used has not yet been determined, we work with the customer to determine the best material for their application.
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