3M™ Novec™ Electronic Coating, egc-1702

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Easy application and processing – dries in seconds without the need for thermal post-curing

Requires little or no masking

Is easily removed for rework & repair

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  • Easy application and processing – dries in seconds without the need for thermal post-curing
  • Requires little or no masking
  • Is easily removed for rework & repair
  • Allows solder-through repairability
  • Contains no volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and has low global warming potential
  • Is thermally and electrically stable with excellent dielectric properties
  • Provides excellent repellency, antiwetting and anti-sticking properties against liquids – water, hydrocarbons, silicones, and photoresists
  • The polymer can endure up to 175°C for prolonged periods and maintain good repellency

3M™ Novec™ Electrical Grade Coating 1702 is a lower solids version of 3M™ Novec™ Electronic Grade Coating, 1700. It is a clear, low viscosity, low surface tension solution of a 0.2 wt% fluorochemical acrylic polymer carried in a hydrofluoroether solvent.

3M™ Novec™ Electrical Grade Coating 1702 is designed for moisture and corrosion protection of printed circuit boards and electronic components, it is a clear, low viscosity, low surface tension solution of a 0.2 wt% fluorochemical acrylic polymer carried in a hydrofluoroether solvent. The coating dries to a thin, transparent, film with excellent hydrophobic and oleophobic properties. It repels oils, water, silicones and photoresist solutions. The coating is easy to apply (dip, spray or syringe dispensing), air-dries in seconds, requires little or no masking and is removable and repairable. Trust 3M™ Novec™ Electronic Grade Coating 1702 for conformal, waterproof coating on electronic circuits.

Suggested applications
  • Is insoluble in solvents such as heptane, toluene & water
  • Can be applied to metals, glass or epoxy laminates

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