Chase Electronic Coatings

HumiSeal is manufactured by Chase Electronic Coatings, an operating division of Chase Corporation and produces conformal coatings from all chemistries, including acrylics, urethanes and silicones, both water based and UV curable.

Manufacturer

One of the original creators and innovators in conformal coatings, HumiSeal® has led the way for over 50 years and today stands out as a uniquely experienced and dynamic company.

We are the only company in the market whose sole business is the development and supply of conformal coatings. This single-minded focus enables us to work as a partner with our customers, developing products that are tailored to exact requirements.

Today, HumiSeal continues to make a material difference and is renowned for its technical leadership, energy and vision. Our people are dedicated to getting each customer’s process right and we know from client feedback that our expertise puts us well ahead of other suppliers.

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HumiSeal® PCB Conformal Coatings

HumiSeal produces conformal coatings from all chemistries, including acrylics, urethanes and silicones, both water based and UV curable. This represents the widest product range and the largest choice of qualified products currently av...

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HumiSeal® PCB Conformal Coatings

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Developing An Effective, Fast-Curing, Environmentally Sound Conformal Coating

Feb 10, 2010 | Phil Kinner; HumiSeal Europe

The electronics industry has recently undertaken the transition to lead-free processing as a direct consequence of the RoHS directive, which came into force in July 2006. However, this is unlikely to be the last transition required since the European Solvent Emissions Directive, 1999 is starting to be implemented and enforced by national governments. This is resulting in pressure on larger manufacturers, currently emitting more than 5 tonnes of solvent vapour per annum to take steps to limit and reduce their emissions....

Conforming To a Higher Standard of Reliability

Oct 22, 2009 | Phil Kinner

An electronic product's reliability has the potential to make or break its manufacturer and can be life-threatening in many safety critical applications. Conformal coatings have long been used to protect electronic assemblies from their operating environment but can vary hugely in their protective performance. It is the objective of this article to explain in detail why it is important to qualify coating products to the relevant standards and how different coating types affect performance....

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