Today, consumers understand the importance of chemical-free products and items. They expect product manufacturers to follow eco-friendly business practices, human-friendly production techniques, and chemical-free formulations. It is no different for circuit board assembly services, or printed circuit boards. Many first time consumers are unaware of the types of chemicals and assembly processes employed in PCB manufacturing. This post discusses common PCB chemicals and their effects, and most popular chemical-free PCBs.
Chemicals Used in PCB Assembly and Manufacturing
Many types of chemicals are used in PCB manufacturing. Most of them have a severe effect on the lives of people working with them, or using these PCBs. This section lists some of the commonly used chemical compounds used in PCB manufacturing, and how they affect human lives.
Types of Chemical-Free PCBs Available for Purchase
Today, various types of chemical-free PCBs are available in the market. Some of the common ones include:
In the next post, we will discuss the benefits of chemical-free PCBs and how they contribute to the green world.
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