Cleaning the substrate is an essential element of preparation for conformal coating. The reasons are easy to understand:Read More
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As the name suggests, spray coating is a method of application where the conformal coating is sprayed directly onto the printed circuit board (PCB). It is typically applied manually in a spray booth or by aerosol, although it can be automated/robotic, for selective coating assignments.Read More
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
Conformal coatings protect printed circuit boards (PCBs) and similar electronic assemblies used for a wide range of aerospace, automotive, consumer, defense and medical applications. Coatings effectively cover PCBs, shielding them from contaminants, liquid incursions, temperature fluctuations and other conditions potentially hazardous to component performance. However, problems can develop if their preparation, application, and drying processes are inappropriately managed.Read More
Printed circuit boards are extremely susceptible to a wide range of contaminants that can significantly damage or ruin them in a relatively short period of time. These contaminants include moisture, dust, and harmful chemicals. In addition, electronic circuits are also susceptible to extreme temperatures and environments.
Last time, we discussed the general requirements necessary to open a conformal coating facility. Now I will discuss the equipment that is required in order to have a properly operating facility.