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Electrolube at National Electronics Week London

Published on 2008-07-01. Author : SpecialChem

The first National Electronics Week show in London took place 17th to 19th June at Earls Court in London. The show provided a platform for people to find new suppliers, gather market information and learn about new technologies.

Electrolube, showcased new VOC free products including the NVOC conformal coating and NVMC Machine Cleaner which have been designed to eradicate the use of solvents. Also on show was the new ammonia free synthetic peelable coating mask, PCS, and a fast drying silicone-based conformal coating, FSC, used to protect PCBs from harsh environment conditions.

Designed to eliminate the use of volatile organic solvents (VOCs), the NVOC conformal coating is based on polyurethane technology for the protection of electronic circuitry. It is suitable for use in selective spray equipment and contains a UV trace for ease of inspection. NVOC reacts with atmospheric moisture to produce a tough, flexible coating. It has similar processing parameters and drying times to solvent based coatings which enables an easier change to VOC free PCB protection without changing processing parameters. NVMC, Electrolube's Non VOC Machine Cleaner, was designed alongside NVOC to eliminate the use of solvents when flushing through equipment, preventing any coating deposits left in the machine from curing.

"Although we were slightly disappointed by the visitor numbers but believe that NEW show organisers are committed to the show. It's important for us to reach our target market sector, and as this is now the only national electronics show in the UK its support within the industry is necessary." Robert Crosby-Clarke, UK General Manager.

Source: Electrolube

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