Increased Reliability through Ion Equivalent and Ion Chromatography

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[Dr. Helmut Schweigart, Freddy Gilbert]

Electronic PCBs are more complex today than ever before and can be found in almost every aspect of life. Whether automotive, consumer electronics, medical technology or aerospace – the demand for reliable and technically flawless electronic PCBs is increasing everywhere.

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[06/2021]

The electronics industry‘s demand for error-minimised production processes, continuous quality assurance and low field failures is subject to an ongoing improvement process. The need for reliable and meaningful test methods to achieve these demands is therefore imperative. In this context, the ROSE test has been considered a rapid and reliable analytical method for decades. For the first time, ion chromatography provides an advanced method to set ROSE limit values.

Author

Dr. Helmut Schweigart
Head of Reliability & Surfaces, ZESTRON EUROPE

Dr. Helmut Schweigart obtained his doctorate for research into the reliability of electronic sub-assemblies, and he has been employed at ZESTRON Europe since the early days of the company. He is now Head of Reliability & Surfaces Team. He is also a member of the Board of Management at GfKORR (Gesellschaft für Korrosionsschutz – a company specialising in corrosion inhibitors) as well as an active member of GUS (Gesellschaft für Umweltsimulation – an environmental simulation company) and of the IPC. He has already published numerous technical articles.


Freddy Gilbert
Technology Analyst, ZESTRON EUROPE

Freddy Gilbert studied material sciences at the Graduate School of engineering of the University of Montpellier and the Technical University of Berlin. In his position as Technology Analyst in the ZESTRON Reliability & Surfaces team, he organises and conducts Technology Coachings focused on failure analysis, surface analysis as well as risk assessment.