11 Mar 2022


During the last three decades, electronic devices have emerged as one of the most important parts of everyday life. They have become essential for communication, work, transportation and also in the medical sector. Already existing digitalisation trends have now been accelerated worldwide by the COVID-19 pandemic and new technologies such as AI and 5G promise to push this transformation even further. From enabling smartphones to be smaller to increasing transmission speeds and the lifespan of the components used, PFAS are essential in many current and future applications in the electronics industry.