Nexus Newsletter Feature: Conformal coating Defects – Why Do They Occur?

 

In conformal coating there are many common failure mechanisms in conformal coating including capillary flow (scavenging), delamination (loss of adhesion), cracking, de-wetting, orange peel, pin holes, bubbles and foam. This article briefly looks at reasons each of the defects occur in processing with potential solutions to avoid them in the future.

Click FEATURE “Conformal coating Defects – Why Do They Occur?” to read the article.

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Nexus Conformal Coating Video Library: An operator carrying out a Conformal Coating Adhesion Test on a conformal coating on a printed circuit board (PCB)

Nexus, the Conformal Coating Resource, have a section which has videos showing processes for conformal coating and also company video’s of which Nexus feels offer technical information to users of conformal coating.

This video shows an operator carrying out a Conformal Coating Adhesion Test on a conformal coating on a printed circuit board (PCB)

Click through to see the full range of Conformal Coating Videos at the Nexus Website.