Services for the electronics industry

You’ve just designed an electronic device that you think is a game changer. With your market knowledge and its innovative circuits, you’re seeing big things on the horizon. But have you considered how it will stand up to the rigours of the outside world? Be it adverse conditions, temperature variations or moisture, genius electronics count for nothing if they aren’t working properly.

Here at Impreglon Australia, we have many decades of experience with housings and finishes for electronics. No matter what the requirement you have or challenges you face, we’re confident that we will be able to provide a solution that will not only meet your requirements, it will exceed them.

Below you will find some handy information that demonstrates our electronics finishing knowledge and should aid you in making the best choice for your next electronics project.

Why choose us?

  • Ability to produce high quality finishes, greatly improving look of end product.
  • Ability to combine finishes to meet tough specifications.
  • Finishes to exact tolerances with ability to selectively treat components.
  • A true ‘one-stop-shop’ for all your coating needs.

Electronics

Machinery Control Panels

Powdercoating for all types of industrial control panels and boxes, for both internal and external applications.

Popular Electronic Services

With some serious experience in the electronics sector, we are more than capable of looking after all your metal finishing needs. No matter what the application you have in mind, or how detailed the specifications might be, we’ll help you out with quality finishes you can rely on.

To the right you will see the top three services we’ve nominated for our electronics customers. Of course, we can provide you with just about any surface finishing you may require, but this is a great place to start.

Anodising of aluminium is an electrolytic surface treatment process where the work is made anodic in a acid solution. This is normally sulphuric acid, but this can be replaced with other acids for specialised coatings. The process is unlike other finishing methods. Where most processes coat the surface with an organic or inorganic deposit, anodising is a conversion of the base material itself to form a protective oxide coating.

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Powdercoating is an organic coating method which uses a coating material in the form of a fine powder. The main difference between a conventional liquid paint and powdercoating is that the powdercoating does not require a solvent to keep the binder and filler parts in a liquid suspension form. This powder is applied using high voltage, electrostatic guns that impart a static charge to the powder, allowing it to stick to the components. The powder film is then baked at around 200°C, where the powder melts and the curing occurs, forming a paint ‘skin’ on the product.

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The use of mechanical pre-treatment to prepare a surface for subsequent surface coating (Abrasive Blasting) is becoming a more and more important tool in our finishing service. Removal of rust scale and other surface contamination is the basis for a quality surface coating. Mechanical processes are more environmentally acceptable as, unlike chemical processing, they do not generate chemical waste products that are costly to treat for disposal.

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