Corrosion Control

Corrosion of electronic equipment can occur when corrosive gases, such as hydrogen sulfide, attack sensitive computer controls and other critical electronics. These gases attack edge connectors, pin connectors, IC plug-in sockets, wire-wrap connections, and other microelectronic components. If corrosive gases are not controlled, their presence leads to blocked currents, brittle connection points, and overheated systems. The results can be failed circuit boards, costly repairs, and ultimately plant downtime.

AAF International understands the need to provide gas-phase and particulate filtration systems for process control environments. Employing such systems can:
  • Eliminate process shutdown due to control equipment failures
  • Maintain high process efficiency
  • Extend circuit board life and reduce replacement cost