I-007e Micro Webinar: Primary Flight Control Case Study on Condensation and Coverage


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The seventh episode of the popular webinar series “Coatings Uncoated!” is now available to view. Author of The Printed Circuit Assembler’s Guide to Conformal Coatings for Harsh Environments and topic expert Phil Kinner from Electrolube shares highly focused educational information on conformal coating and encapsulation. If you are in the assembly business, an EMS, or responsible for specifying conformal coating and/or encapsulation, then this free series is for you.

Military and aviation applications represent some of the toughest challenges, as failure is simply not an option. In this case study, Phil explores an aviation-based customer application and the resultant solutions provided by Electrolube.

Electrolube_Play_7.jpgWatch the latest segment, “Primary Flight Control Electronics Case Study: Condensation and Coverage,” in just six minutes! (Other things you can do in six minutes: declutter your inbox, do a six-minute ab workout, read too many political tweets. This is way better.)

In this engaging, 12-part webinar series, Kinner examines conformal coating chemistries in further detail, including their properties, applications, issues to be mindful of, and the processes you should follow to achieve a successful coating outcome. The entire “Coatings Uncoated!” webinar series can be viewed in an hour and covers a comprehensive range of hot topics and application-relevant case-study overviews, as well as back-to-basic subject matter and issues, such as condensation and contamination. Most of the 12 segments can be viewed in five minutes or less.

Got five minutes? Visit the site: Coatings Uncoated Webinar Series.

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