Conformal Coatings for Printed Circuit Boards

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This issue of the Advanced Coatings and Surface Technology TOE presents recent innovations in conformal coatings for printed circuit boards, which include silicone conformal coatings, parylene-like hydrophobic coating, black conformal coating, and multi-cure conformal coating. Conformal coatings have been gaining increasing attention and acceptance in the industries due to the demand for reliable electronic components that can withstand exposure to harsh environment. It can be seen that the market trend has started to move toward a solvent-free or 100% solid-based coating materials due to the environmentally conscious trend. However, the limitations of current coating materials prevent manufacturers from widely

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Conformal Coatings for Printed Circuit BoardsRecent Innovations in Conformal CoatingsSilicone-based Conformal Coating for Corrosion Protection Parylene-like Hydrophobic Conformal CoatingSingle Component Conformal Coating Material to Protect Sensitive Information on Printed Circuit Board Low Viscosity Solvent-free Conformal Coating Strategic InsightsCompetitive Landscape and IPAnalyst’s PerspectiveKey PatentsPatents Covering Methods of Conformal Coating Application on Printed Circuit BoardsIndustry ContactsKey Contacts




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