The Golden Shellback technology provides favorable economic returns by enhancing the survivability of your gear. An additional benefit to our process is improved heat dissipation from your electronics components compared to standard processes that block the thermal path. This coating material is classified as a plastic and is designed to meet MIL-PRF-38534 and MIL-PRF-38535.
The coating process is specifically designed to prevent operational malfunction caused by exposure to moisture, immersion in water, dust, and effects of high wind and chemicals. Any solid surface can be coated, including metal, wood, plastic, paper and textiles. We apply a uniform, thin layer of coating, ranging in thickness from microns to mils. The final product is inert and weather and water resistant.
Application can be accomplished at the Northeast Maritime Institute, or in small footprint facilities located in the Continental United States at point of origin prior to shipment. Cost per unit coated is not prohibitive. Remotely located application facilities can be established to get up and running quickly.
This environmentally safe process is perfect for new or already in-service electronics equipment such as cell phones, radios, circuit boards and speakers, as well as commercial off-the-shelf products, equipment used in ocean and space exploration, hazardous waste transportation equipment, medical instruments, paper products, and textiles.
Any resulting waste product generated in the coating process can be disposed of as trash and is not classed as hazardous.