Murray Percival to Offer TTnS Precise Conformal Coating

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Murray Percival Company offers and stands behind the TTnS TCM45A_XL automated conformal coating technology, with which you can expect a 40-60 percent reduction in material usage when compared to conventional spraying or dipping processes.

TTnS patented bubble-free and energy-saving conformal coating systems specialize in providing a total solution for the application of conformal coatings for electronic components and circuitries on the printed circuit board assembly in virtually every industry. 

The range of conformal coating materials that can be run on the TCM45A includes acrylics, rubber, urethane, epoxy, silicone and water-based coatings. The systems also offer a five-axis precision robot, multiple coating patterns, VOC ventilation management, TTnS pulse action spray, and film thickness control. TTnS systems nacres throughput with its unique curing process. The TCM45A also greatly reduces–and sometimes even eliminates–the need for masking.

About Murray Percival

Murray Percival Company is a third-generation family owned business that was founded in January of 1960, and subsequently incorporated in the state of Michigan as the Murray A. Percival Company. They are currently the leading supplier to the Midwest's electronics industry, offering thousands of capital and distribution products as well as the industry’s leading process enabler.  



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