One aspect on how a circuit board is protected

Those who manufacture or use circuit boards have already invested a lot of time and work in their industrious work. It would be disastrous if all the effort went to waste of these boards were quickly or unexpectedly tarnished. The expert assumption is that the potential for damage occurs mostly during storage. This makes sense to the layman because goods stored in confined spaces for prolonged periods of time become susceptible to invasions such as dust particles, pollution and dirt.

The damage typical to circuit boards is that of corrosion and static. To respond effectively to this, one technology known as static intercept has been utilized to successfully give circuit board protection. The safety guarantee has been given that when all printed circuit boards (PCBs) are sealed with this patented technology then protection is sealed in more ways than one. But the main objective is to give off anti-corrosion and anti-static properties.

Similar techniques are used to seal metal jewelry. In this case, if not protected, metal jewelry is exposed to tarnish. The patented technology known as static intercept does prevent corrosion and static in stored circuit boards. The processes used are not toxic and non-contaminating. No detectable deposits are left on any stored items. It is also non-abrasive. The technologies used can be recycled and are thus environmentally friendly.

The result is that each protected product that is stored is squared. One manufacturing process emanating from the patent, offers customers three different protective packaging sizes to help cope with different product ranges and storage capacities.  It remains the case for business and manufacturing stakeholders that every conceivable effort must be maintained to ensure that good housekeeping and good risk management is in place to ensure that all products and materials are fully protected from invasions.