Electrolube to host conformal coatings seminar at Electronex

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Friday, 28 June, 2019

Electrolube to host conformal coatings seminar at Electronex

Electrolube, the global electrochemicals manufacturer for electronics, automotive and industrial manufacturing, will present a technical seminar at Electronex, which takes place from 11–12 September at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. The seminar will be presented by Beth Turner MSc (pictured), Development Chemist for Electrolube’s Conformal Coatings Division, who will provide a comprehensive overview of next-generation conformal coatings for harsh environments as well as a useful insight into coating vs encapsulation.

The seminar will focus on protecting electronics from the harshest environments with new-generation conformal coatings. Visitors will have the opportunity to learn about the different types of coatings available — for instance, how to speed up production with next-generation UV cure products — as well as explore the varying levels of protection that different coatings provide.

Turner will also highlight examples of how to select the most suitable product for your application by providing an insight into how Electrolube has provided collaborative solutions for a number of different applications with its global customers. Visitors will gain a deeper understanding of when it is better to use an encapsulation resin rather than a coating, learn the difference between these two mediums, and hear about a new-generation 2K conformal coating that encompasses the same features as a resin but in a coating format.

“Electronex Australia is a fantastic opportunity to share our expertise in conformal coatings and encapsulation resins with the electronics community, and for visitors to get an in-depth insight into the variety of coatings available that serve virtually every manufacturing need,” Turner said. “The seminar will provide a greater understanding of conformal coatings for harsh environment [and] how to speed up production with UV cure coatings, and will expand on when it is best to use an encapsulation resin rather than a coating. I’m really looking forward to helping visitors find better solutions for their existing coating processes.”

For more information on this and other seminar sessions, visit www.electronex.com.au/free-seminars.

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