Application and Utilisation of Protective Coatings
for Electronic Assemblies 2024

Online Seminar

Date 15, 16 and 17 October 2024 (seminar days individually bookable)
Content An electronic module is only suitable for a specific purpose if it guarantees safe function for a defined time. A large number of modules are installed in the terminal devices without protective coatings and operate fault-free throughout their entire service life. In an increasing number of cases, the module is used with greater electrical sensitivity or even under difficult conditions. The safe function of an assembly is then only ensured by means of a protective coating.
In the German-speaking area, there is only the GfKORR guideline for the application and properties of a protective coating available. The GfKORR working group "Corrosion protection in electronics and micro engineering" produced this guideline in cooperation of designers, producers, coaters and users of electronic construction groups.

The aim of the seminar, which is divided into three independently bookable training days, is to teach the participants about this guideline and the collected knowledge from the working group, so that a comprehensive and fundamental understanding of coatings and their possible applications for the functionality of electronic assemblies is achieved.

Target Groups Production engineering, quality assurance, process technology, analytics, design and construction as well as all users of coated assemblies
Programme Click here to view the detailed programme flyer
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Registration fees per booked training day (no VAT requested according to § 4.22 UStG) :
Members of GfKORR:  450.- €
Non-Members:  490.- €
Students (under 30 years): 90.- €

The registration fees include the Guidelines for the Utilisation and Application of Protective Coatings for Electronic Assemblies.

Registration deadline: 8 October 2024

Organisers Host: GfKORR e.V.

In cooperation with the Zestron Academy and SMTA

Zestron Academy


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