Products & Applications - Faraday Manufacture all types of PCB's
Faraday manufacture a wide range of PCB types from the most complex Multilayers to the simplest single sided board. Flexible circuits and flex-rigids are also produced. Quantities from one off’s to volume production are all manufactured in-house. Deliveries range from 24 hours for Prototypes to 15 days for production quantities. For your higher volumes and scheduled requirements, Faraday partners a number key offshore Manufacturing plants each specialising in distinct product areas and technologies, matched to your specific requirements. Faraday naturally provides Lead Free finishes, such as ENIG, Sterling Silver and SN100CL HASL and would be happy to discuss your particular requirements in detail with you.
Where do our products go?
Our market areas both in the UK and the rest of Europe include industrial process controls and monitoring equipment, intrinsically safe products, security systems, communications products and the CeM industry, among others.
Where could our Products go?
Our expertise is not restricted to any specific market areas. We can manufacture with confidence to your specific requirements whatever your industry sector may be.
Statement on Directive 2002/95/EC on the restriction of use of certain hazardous substances (The RoHS Directive)
None of the six substances banned under the above directive in July 2006 is currently employed in the manufacture of printed circuit boards (PCBs) by Faraday Printed Circuits Ltd.
There has been concern in the industry that polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) may be used as flame-retardants in certain epoxy based laminates. However, Faraday has received categorical assurances from all its laminate manufactures that no PBDEs or Deca – BDE are present in the laminates it uses.
Faraday currently offers 4 standard finishes none of which employ the use of lead (Pb). Namely:
- Sterling Silver
- Electroless Nickel Immersion Gold
- Lead Free HASL using SN100CL Alloy
Whilst we do not use Pb on our premises, we can provide a Tin/Lead finish via a subcontractor where the application possesses an exemption from the directive.