Topic: Heat seal for bonding LCD displays. Cleaning prior to hot bar soldering and micro-welding. Cleaning conductive rubber.

Plasma cleaning ensures strong bonding of LCD displays

Displays for digital gauges and indicators, radios, on-board computers, mobile telephones, and laptop monitors are bonded with a flexible film or conductive rubber, using a hot sealing process. The film forms a flexible connection between the circuit board and the contact surface that generally comprises two thin panes of glass.
Antistatische BeschichtungLCD with heat seal film. The component at left shows the high quality of adhesion after the peel test
The simple principle used in Openair® plasma pre-treatment removes every trace of carbohydrates and impurities from these contact surfaces. This results in a uniformly high bonding quality and a reduction of scrap rates. The same applies to this process with hot bar soldering and micro-welding.

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