SCH launches new cost-effective coating systems

Anti-Corrosion Methods and Materials

ISSN: 0003-5599

Article publication date: 27 June 2008



(2008), "SCH launches new cost-effective coating systems", Anti-Corrosion Methods and Materials, Vol. 55 No. 4.



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SCH launches new cost-effective coating systems

Article Type: Methods From: Anti-Corrosion Methods and Materials, Volume 55, Issue 4

SCH technologies introduces their brand new flat pack design coating system. Also, to be launched is an automated conformal coating inspection system (ACCIS), a SMEMA pin conveyor UV oven and a new wet stripping system, all of which offer a cost effective solution.

The brand new flat pack coating system is designed as an excellent entry level system for low- and medium-volume coating. It comprises of a spray booth, single inspection booth and a curing cabinet. It is easy to modify or re-position the system or there is the option for SCH to assemble the flat pack equipment. The ACCIS is capable of detecting defects and errors in processing very effectively. It can be used either as a cost-effective standalone or as an inline conformal coating inspection system.

The SMEMA pin conveyor UV oven has a fully adjustable pin conveyor, which enables it to handle PCB component standoff heights of up to 75 mm for both top and bottom curing. It can also be configured to use either one or two 6 in. wide UV lamps and is ideal for curing Humiseal’s UV40 conformal coating. The wet stripping system can completely strip a PCB effectively and rapidly through using four wet tanks, in accordance with health and safety regulations.

“These four new systems, each have the ultimate aim of saving electronics companies money. The new flat pack design of a coating system is a very exciting new concept and enables companies to reduce their expenditure as the cost of shipping is less expensive” comments Dr Lee Hitchens, Technical Director, at SCH technologies. “We are looking forward to demonstrating our new equipment at the exhibitions and giving the electronics companies first hand experience of these systems through solving any coating issues.”

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