Low viscosity conformal coating from Intertronics cures with light
Formulated with technology that is an alternative to thin, solvent-based conformal coatings, Dymax 9452-FC is an advanced electronics conformal coating, released by Intertronics.
It has a very low viscosity of 20cP, which still provides good electrical insulation and protection against humidity, says Intertronics, in addition to good thermal shock and corrosion resistance. Dymax 9452-FC offers an instant ultra-violet (UV) and visible light cure with secondary heat cure for shadow areas within electronic assemblies, to ensure that no area is left unprotected. Dymax 9452-FC fluoresces blue which enables fast, easy inspection. Dymax 9452-FC is believed to be the first light cure conformal coating to provide these high performance characteristics in one easy-to -use product.
Dymax 9452-FC coating can be precision-sprayed. It is environmentally friendly, compared to solvent-based alternatives, says Intertronics, being 100 per cent solids. It is curable using UV light emitting diode (LED) -based curing systems in addition to conventional broad spectrum lamps, with the associated production and cost benefits.
In-house analysis shows the Dymax 9452-FC coating’s performance through reliability tests such as heat and humidity resistance (500 hours at 85 degree C / 85 per cent relative humidity) and corrosion resistance (sulphur and salt spray resistance).
This news story is brought to you by softei.com, the dedicated site delivering information about what’s new in the electronics industry, with daily news updates, new products and industry news.
To stay up-to-date, register for our free mailing list to receive regular updates and offers. Register today for our monthly newsletter and keep informed of the latest technology news and new products from around the globe.
Readers can also register for our mailing list to receive regular updates and offers from WearTechDesign.com. We have a smart watch to give away each month!! Double your chances of winning by registering a colleague at the same time.