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Qual-Pro Corporation, an industry leading electronics manufacturing service provider for high-reliability, mission-critical electronics, today announced that the company has installed conformal coating equipment. A dedicated engineering team with decades of electronics manufacturing experience supports the conformal coating function.
“From industry-experienced supply chain personnel and veteran engineers to new quality certifications and capital equipment, we continue to invest in the resources to provide greater capability for our customers,” said Brian Shane, Qual-Pro’s CEO.
The conformal coating system, made by PVA, combines a 650 selective coating dispensing unit with an IR2000 infrared heat curingchamber to enable automated application of polyurethane and acrylic chemistries which are then automatically conveyed into an accelerated curing oven. Cycle times have been reduced from five days down to one day. The system is capable of supporting fine pitch applications with precise control, including selective or full coverage with no over-spray.
For pictures of the new equipment, see the company’s site.
Qual-Pro is an electronics manufacturing service provider certified to Nadcap, AS9100 (aerospace devices), ISO 9001, ISO 13485 (medical devices) and UL 508A (electrical cabinets) quality standards. The company’s range of expertise encompasses complex Printed Circuit Board (PCB) assemblies and full-box builds. Qual-Pro offers the complete range of electronics manufacturing services including turnkey system assembly, flex assemblies, BGA and micro-BGA placements, functional and in-circuit testing(ICT), electro-mechanical assembly and design for manufacturability (DFM) services. Qual-Pro specializes in high-mix, low-to-medium volume assemblies, quick-turn prototypes and new product introduction (NPI) services. They provide complete manufacturing engineering and integrated supply chain services to all their customers. Qual-Pro builds products in its 55,000 square foot state of the art manufacturing facility in Gardena, California.