Printed circuit board with new surface finishing
Surfaces such as ENIG (gold surface), Immersion tin (silver) or OSP will be replaced in future by a new dry plasma surface developed by Semblant Technologies from Great Britain. This product based mainly for the cheaper, simplified and accelerated production of printed circuit boards. The development of new electronic products is concerned with further improvements in production and, last but not least, environmental relief, where the surface should be represented by fewer chemicals. The new surface is named Semblant Plasma Finish (SPF) and consists of a nanocomposite of fluorinated polymeric material. The environmental benefits are as follows: elimination of water use and waste water disposal is almost eliminated, eliminates the use of precious metals such as nickel and is also safe for workers in the production of printed circuit boards.