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Coating reduces contaminants shed by graphite parts

Morgan Advanced Materials’ Specialty Graphite business is helping customers within the semiconductor industry to operate in challenging environments with its Glassy Carbon Impregnation and Glassy Carbon Coating for custom-machined pure graphite products. Both options significantly reduce contaminants that can be shed by graphite parts.
26th March 2015

Sealing & coating silicone meets NASA requirements

Sealing & coating silicone meets NASA requirements
Passing ASTM E595 testing for NASA low outgassing, MasterSil 920-LO is a high performance, room temperature vulcanising silicone for sealing, coating and small encapsulations. Introduced by Master Bond, this single component system has a moderate, flowable viscosity and a solid electrical profile, which makes it suited for conformal coating applications in the electronic and optical industries.
17th March 2015

Conformal coating system features multi-valve technology

Conformal coating system features multi-valve technology
  A conformal coating system, which is also available for dispensing and/or potting, has been introduced by Specialty Coating Systems (SCS). The SCS Precisioncoat V is a three axis system, which has an option to add fully programmable fourth and fifth axes for tilt and rotation capabilities. 
27th January 2015


Electrolube debut coatings & resins at electronica 2014

Electrolube debut coatings & resins at electronica 2014
At electronica 2014, last week, Electrolube exhibited for the first time. In Hall A6, which was dedicated to the automotive sector, the company presented its conformal coatings, resins and contact lubricant products. Hall B1 was dedicated to sensors, micro- and nano-systems, MEMS technologies and electromechanical/system peripherals, where Electrolube demonstrated its capabilities in thermal management.
17th November 2014

Resin protects sensor designed for hazardous locations

The UR5604 polyurethane resin, manufactured by Electrolube, has been chosen for use with a sensor designed for hazardous locations. The sensor's electronics, which are in the form of a PCB, needed to be protected from adverse atmospheric conditions but also meet the requirements of the hazardous location.
7th October 2014

Hard-coats extend the life of ESCs

Hard-coats extend the life of ESCs
To extend the life of alumina or beryllia electrostatic chucks (ESCs), sacrificial wear layers have been released by Morgan Advanced Materials. The Diamonex technical hard-coats, which are applied as a final protective layer, extend the life of ESCs for semiconductor, solar and LED applications.
17th September 2014

'Changing the Rules of Stencil Design' at SMTAI

'Changing the Rules of Stencil Design' at SMTAI
Tony Lentz, Field Application Engineer, FCT Assembly, will present a paper exploring nano coatings at SMTA International. The paper, titled 'Performance Enhancing Nano Coatings: Changing the Rules of Stencil Design', will be presented during Session SMT4, “Stencil Printing Advances for Today’s Electronics", on October 1st.
2nd September 2014

Solvent-free resins to be showcased at CWIEME Chicago

Solvent-free resins to be showcased at CWIEME Chicago
A range of solvent-free impregnating resins, developed to help manufacturers to meet tightening environmental and safety legislation, are to be showcased at CWIEME Chicago. The resins, developed by Axalta Coating Systems, are claimed to minimise the generation of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and reduce emissions during the impregnation process to below 2%.
14th August 2014

Hard-coats for ESCs extend life

Hard-coats for ESCs extend life
To extend the life of alumina or beryllia ESCs (electrostatic chucks), Morgan Advanced Materials has released the Diamonex technical hard-coats. Made of diamond-like-carbon (DLC) and other nanocomposite materials, the films are adjusted to meet resistivity requirements of the ESC while protecting electronic layers. 
13th August 2014

Chemtronics adds to its line of temporary solder masks

Chemtronics adds to its line of temporary solder masks
  Two temporary solder masks have been introduced by Chemtronics. Chemask HT and Chemask Aqua are additions to the companies Chemask line of temporary solder masks. 
23rd July 2014


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