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Quality guarantee

Dear Customer!

Here at Beta LAYOUT, all our efforts are devoted to providing you, our customer, with a consistently high level of quality. This high standard is achieved by the careful selection and monitoring of our suppliers. All customer comments or queries are taken into account in the fine tuning of our service.

Unfortunately, PCBs cannot simply be bought off the shelf. If you are aware of the many stages required in the production of a PCB, you will know that it is indeed a long and complex process.
1. Filmwork   13. Etching
2. Material preparation   14. Quality Control
3. Mounting holes & pinning   15. Tin Strip
4. CNC drilling   16. Brushing / Copper plating
5. Brushing plating   17. Soldermask application
6. Electroless copper plating   18. Soldermask exposure
7. Brushing / resist   19. Soldermask development
8. Laminating resist   20. Burn in
9. Exposing resist   21. Hot Air Levelling
10. Developing resist   22. Pinning
11. Tin lead Plating   23. Routing
12. Drying   24. Final quality checks

98% of our PCBs are to our customers' satisfaction. It is our top priority to rectify the remaining 2%. If you are not satisfied with your boards, please call us on ++353 (0)61 701170 and return them, along with the quality guarantee, to

Beta LAYOUT Ltd.
PCB Brokerage
Bay 98, Shannon Free Zone
Shannon, Co. Clare
Ireland

Your boards will then be remade on the next panel, free of charge.

The high standard of our products and services has been confirmed by an independent, outside source. Beta LAYOUT Ltd Ireland has been ISO 9001 certified and ISO 14001 certified!

You can download our ISO9001 Certification by clicking on the following links:

UL-certified

The UL quality mark is assigned from the “Underwriter Laboratories” only after a strict and supervised procedure - making this quality mark an extremely important characteristic for product security in the USA and Canada. PCB-POOL® customers can now also take advantage of this distinguished quality mark within the prototype range - particularly if the final product is to be used or rolled-out in the United States or Canada.