I recently found the liquid tape LTB-400 made by Garnder Bender and was wondering if it's Ok to use it to cover IC chips for ESD protection? The circuit board is not placed in a housing, it's sold as a standalone unit.
I have used MG acrylic conformal coating before but was wondering if this will be an acceptable alternative method?
Few advantages of the liquid tape: 1-You can peel it off if you need to re-work or replace the onboard IC. 2-It has 1400v/mil dielectric protection. So a 10 mil layer adds up to 14k volts protection. It looks like it's a neutral cure. Any comments or suggestions is appreciated.