Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 16 10:13:32 EDT 2015 | charliedci
Anyone aware of an acrylic conformal coating that is UV curable?
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 17 05:39:39 EDT 2015 | sarason
Electrolube has one. http://www.electrolube.com/products/conformal-coatings/uvcl/low_non-voc/ Sarason
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 04 08:45:42 EDT 2005 | jimih280
how does polyurethane used for wood floor coating differ from urethane conformal coatings sold for circuit boards? where can i get uv tracer to put in oil based urethane?
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 07 06:48:15 EDT 2005 | davef
Alternatives are: * DSCC Columbus continues to maintain the QPL for MIL-I-46058C. [Engineering is unlikely to change.] * Use International Electrotechnical Commission Standard, IEC 61086 - Coatings for loaded printed wire boards (conformal coatings)
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 06 22:34:19 EDT 2005 | davef
Many companies use IPC-CC-830B as a replacement for the deactivated MIL-I-46058 conformal coating standard.
Electronics Forum | Sat Aug 07 02:28:20 EDT 2010 | raghu
We have PVA 350 benchtop dispensing equipement with humiseal 1A33 CC material. is there any moisture measurement process in conformal coating material?
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 17 14:08:00 EDT 2015 | davef
Humiseal says, "UV cure – These materials are also more difficult to repair as they are the most chemically resistant and mechanically tough of all conformal coatings. Removal is possible locally by using powder abrasion."
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 06 20:15:51 EDT 2005 | Gary Bremer
The good old days weren't all that bad. When I needed to have a specification callout for a conformal coating on an engineering drawing, I just used MIL-I-46058, type UR (for example), and the drawing checkers were quite happy. Since MIL-I-46058 ha
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 04 13:06:01 EDT 2005 | davef
Here you go: * Wood sealing http://www.paintdocs.com/webmsds/webPDF.jsp?SITEID=DURA∏no=86300000&doctype=MSDS〈=E * Board sealing http://www.mgchemicals.com/msds/english/liquid/4223.pdf
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 07 00:53:12 EDT 2005 | Gary Bremer
Curtiss-Wright uses MIL-I-46058 at present. Any suggestions on how to approach engineering and update the drawings for new contracts?