In all of its work and processes Simtal insure to uphold the toughest international standards, including: ISO AS9100 , FDA, NAMSA, CE, MIL SPEC (especially MIL-I-46058), XY, IPC, and many more.
Simtal’s expertise is in providing protection to components so that they meet the requirements of various standards imposed by the developers of different devices. At Simtal we provide our clients with the tools and expertise of our professional team, accompanying them in the coating process and ensuring they deliver to the precise standard specifications required for the specific device they have developed.
Simtal has been reviewed and approved by European and American technology companies, as well as military, civilian and medical companies and has been found to uphold their varied and stringent regulatory requirements.
If you are developing a new device, for which there are currently no standards, we have the operational creativity and flexibility to find solutions for even the most unique quality assurance requirements of your device.
Simtal ISO certifications and standart :
6.4 Caution note. When the printed wiring assembly utilizes components made of brittle materials (glass or ceramic), such components should be protected, prior to coating, against breakage by the conformal coating type covering the component with transparent, clean, thin, pliant buffer material securely fitted, such as with heat shrinkable sleeving, polyethylene terephthalate covered by MIL-I-23053/7. The buffer material should cover the entire component and should not extend over the component by more than O. 062 inch and should be compatible with the conformal coating material. Also, these components should have stress relieving bends in their leads and should be so shaped that the leads remain straight for at least O. 060 inch from the part extremity (including seal and weld) and tbe inside bend radius should be equal to or exceed the lead diameter. Buffer material may not be needed when types SR m XY are used.