PCB Flux Spray Green Coat is a green solder lacquer to give PCBs a protective coat suitable for hand soldering, giving PCBs a professional looking finish.
PCB Flux Green Coat is not designed to replace the benefits of conventional dry film solder mask (DFSM) or silk screen solder masks but it does provide the following advantages for hand soldered Printed Circuit Boards:
- Prevents oxidisation of the copper tracks and pads
- Flux within the green coat considerably improves the solderability for the PCB
- Provides a professional green look appearance to your PCB
- Green coat is Cured in an oven at 80 degrees for 2 hours or for two days at room temperature
Green Coat is available in a 300ml Spray cannister.
Briefly the procedure is:-
- Prepare PCB in normal manner and remove etch resist completely.
- If required add immerse tin to the copper surface (Not obligatory)
- Spray the PCB with a thin layer of green coat.
- Wait for five minutes to let the surface dry.
- Carry out your normal hand soldering through the green coating. You will recognize, that soldering is very easy. GREEN COAT is containing flux and improves solderability!
- Cure green coat in an oven at 80°C for one hour or for 2 days at normal room temperature.
Please note after curing the Green coat will not be easy to solder anymore.