PCB – Printed Circuit Boards
A printed circuit board is a plate of insulating material that serves as a carrier for components on which copper wires are arranged to connect those components.
In English, a printed circuit board is called a printed circuit board (PCB) or printed wiring board (PWB).
In addition to copper wiring, tin, nickel and gold are also used in the production of PCB plates.
The PCB market is a very demanding market where the combination of electrolyte and anode can strongly influence the end result.
The most commonly used coating is an Iridium-Tantalum MEMOX coating, which can be optimized for the application. In this way, the consumption of all necessary chemicals can be reduced, in order to make the process as cost-effective as possible.