Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 31 05:30:49 EDT 2009 | d0min0
Hello, maybe not exactly good place for that kind of question - if so, please forgive me :) we are try to find a solution to seal (improve) the connection of our pipes with 8 Bar pressure - but without dissassembling them (with production running a
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 15 14:10:38 EDT 2013 | cyber_wolf
One of our aerospace customers "suggested" we vacuum seal MSD components. We bought a vacuum sealer and we are deciding whether or not to vacuum seal ALL MSD parts or just aerospace. Our current method consist of desiccant, a humidity card and a bag
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 15 15:02:55 EDT 2013 | island2013
In previous lives we vacuum sealed all MSD devices. Also a nitrogen chamber can be used for unsealed bags. You can check the J-STD-033 and J-STD-020A for handling of the different levels, bake times etc. Good Luck!
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 17 06:54:17 EDT 2013 | deanm
We manufacture according to military Class 3 standards and we do not vacuum seal any MSD devices. Your current method of dry packing is sufficient as well as dry cabinet or nitrogen storage. A light evacuation of air during the dry packing process