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Conformal Coating Immersable in Water

Electronics Forum | Wed May 16 11:34:55 EDT 2001 | b123084

I am looking for a conformal coating to protect a PWB that will be completely submerged in water. Unfortunately polyurethane will not work because it will not fill all of the small spaces and leaves voids.

Cleaning before Conformal Coating

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 09 15:53:22 EDT 2005 | patrickbruneel

If the white residue is from a no-clean flux or no- clean solder flux core you can leave it on the board. (Consult with the flux or cored solder manufacturer) Because after being encapsulated with conformal coating the residue is sealed from humidity

Re: Questions regarding rework

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 08 17:55:51 EST 1998 | Dave F

1. What is the best way to remove polyurethane conformal coating from selected areas? Your conformal coat material supplier is best equipped to tell you how to remove the coating. Polyurethane conformal coating is not easy to remove. Without in-pu

Comformal Coating Stripper

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 27 13:11:04 EST 2008 | tonyamenson

I was asked to post my finding about HumiSeal stripper for polyurethane coating. Both as an information sharing as well as someone who may offer advice on teh situational use of 1063 solvent stripper. So here is what I found: The stripper worked t

Re: Parylene Coating of Plastic Parts

Electronics Forum | Sun Aug 08 04:36:02 EDT 1999 | Brian

Dave Frankly, I think you may be barking up the wrong tree. Like DaveF, I suggest that the process would be horrendously expensive with masking and so on. The $64,000 question is whether what you propose will serve any useful purpose. I venture to

Re: Humidity control in assembly area.

Electronics Forum | Wed May 03 20:04:21 EDT 2000 | Dave F

Joe: Hey, just hose everyone down with water when your humidity starts to decrease to below 40%. ;-) Actually, that�s how some humidity controllers work, when added to your heating system. Well basically that�s how they work. I�m not tryin� to

Freshman in SMT industry needing advice

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 22 14:45:01 EDT 2004 | Michelle Ogihara

As many people have participated in this email string, including competitors and customers of Sawa, I would like to respond to especially one rather detailed email expressing concerns with this stencil cleaning system. Also, this teaches me to keep


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