OUr Expertise areas

Our focus areas are reliability analysis and material analysis. We offer both consultation and education.

Reliability Analysis

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Test planning and testing

Planning  tailored tests is challenging. However, suitable test plan is critical for reliability analysis.

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Reliability analysis and Lifetime estimation

A key part of reliability analysis is to extrapolate results of accelerated testing to actual use conditions. .

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Failure Analysis

Did your product face unexpected failures, leaving customers angry and disappointed? Failure analysis is used find out what went wrong and how to prevent it from happening in the future.

Material Analysis

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Selection and comparison of materials

There is a vast variety of different materials available. Use environments have a huge effect on the behaviour and stability of the materials. Choosing best materials is very important.

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Characterisation of material and long-term reliability

Material manufacturers often give only limited data for their materials. However, characterisation of materials is vital when their long term behaviour is considered.

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Corrosion analysis

Corrosion is a major cause for failures and it is becoming more and more critical for reliability. Corrosion analysis methods give extra information about the corrosive environment your products are used in. 

Electronics Packaging and Materials

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Electrically conductive adhesives

We have in-depth expertise in electrically conductive adhesives. We work with both anisotropic (ACA, ACF, ACP) and isotropic conductive adhesives (ICA, ICP, silver paste).  We offer consultation and expertise how to use these materials. We offer also a wide range of bonding techniques and prototyping for various applications.

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Reliability testing of printed and flexible electronics

Flexible, stretchable, and printed electronics offer lots of possibilities for new applications. Testing of these new structures is important.