Product Protection

Today’s electronics are no stranger to dangerous environments. Threats can come from humidity, dust, heat, water, chemicals, and the competition’s prying eyes.

Protect your products with coating or encapsulation options

  • Polyurethane:Best for devices that need abrasion resistance as well as high humidity and corrosion resistance.
  • Parylene: Has high resistance to solvents and high dielectric strength, but will degrade during exposure to humidity.
  • Silicone: Also provides humidity and corrosion resistance, but has to be peeled if being removed from a device.
  • Acrylic: An alternative to polyurethane that does not provide corrosion resistance, but is easy to remove with solvents.
  • Epoxy: This is applied as a 1-part or 2-part compound and provides competitive humidity and corrosion resistance; it is resistant to solvents.

Component Assembly: Once the PCBs are fabricated, electronic components such as resistors, capacitors, ICs, and connectors are soldered onto the board. This process can be done manually or using automated assembly equipment.

Testing and Inspection: Rigorous testing is conducted to ensure that the PCBs meet the required specifications and quality standards. Various tests, such as electrical testing, functional testing, and environmental testing, are performed to detect any defects or failures.

Quality Control: Inspection tests are carried out to identify any early-stage failures or defects in the PCBs. Quality control measures are implemented throughout the fabrication process to maintain high standards of quality and reliability.

Finalizing and Shipping: Once the PCBs pass all tests and inspections, they are finalized for shipment to the customer. Proper packaging and handling procedures are followed to ensure that the PCBs reach their destination safely.