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Konform® AR Acrylic Conformal Coating

Konform® AR is ideal for providing insulation against high-voltage arcing and corona shorts. This extremely effective acrylic conformal coating provides a hard, durable protective barrier against humidity, salt, corrosive vapors and fungus for printed circuit board and electronic assemblies. Konform® AR resin meets MIL-I-46058C, Type AR.

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Features & Benefits

  • Acrylic coating working temperature from -75°F/-59°C to 279°F/137°C
  • High dielectric strength of 8300 volts/mil
  • Meets Mil-I-46058C, Type AR
  • Compliant to IPC-CC-830A
  • RoHS Compliant
  • Provides excellent acid resistance
  • Will not discolor over time under normal use
  • Easily repairable
  • Contains a UV indicator for thorough Quality Control inspection
  • UL Recognized, File E76307

Applications

  • Extends component life by protecting against adverse environments
  • Resists moisture, salt, fungus, corrosive vapors, and severe environments
  • Designed to provide effective insulation against electrical shorts and harsh environments
Specifications MIL-I-46058C Type AR, IPC-CC-830A,UL Recognized
Shelf Life 2 yrs.
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FAQ's

What Type of Industry Certifications Are Available for Conformal Coatings?

Certifications are used to separate conformal coatings from general purpose varnishes and shellacs. There are dozens of user and industry specifications, but the two major certifications are most commonly referenced: IPC-CC-830B / MIL-I-46058C This standard originated with the military standard M...

How Do You Remove Conformal Coating?

You may be required to remove a conformal coating from the PCB to replace damaged components or other types of rework. The basic methods as cited by IPC are: Solvent Removal – While most conformal coatings can be dissolved in solvent, you should make sure the solvent won’t damage part...

How Thick Should I Apply Conformal Coating?

Conformal coatings are generally very thinly applied, which provides the best protection possible, but minimizes heat entrapment, excess weight, and other issues.  Typically, conformal coating is applied between 1 to 5 mils (25 to 127 microns). There are four primary ways to measure the ...

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The Ultimate Guide to Conformal Coating

Historically, the only circuit boards going through a conformal coating process were for mission-critical applications, like aerospace. The trend toward greater and greater electronic miniaturization and wearable electronics (PCB + electricity + sweat = problems) has led to a higher demand for the p...
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