We design, model, simulate and optimize the complete range of electrochemical processes.
Our Areas of Expertise
New simulation tools for PCB
The copper layer thickness distribution over a PCB/panel depends on the PCB design, CAM panel layout and production parameters.
Elsyca’s PCB product suite not only includes simulation tools to upfront analyze each step in this process, but also includes fully automated and optimized copper balancing. Click here to explore the new Elsyca PCB product suite.Read more
Increasing efficiency of the PoP process
CP management of multiple pipeline right-of-ways
Increasing first pass yields for PCB manufacturing
CP Design for the Opti-Ex™ semi-submersible oil rig
Quality and production increase for copper electroplating of PCBs
The Engineering Innovation Partner of Choice
Inhouse Engineering Simulation Tools
Since we offer software as well as engineering solutions, we can rely on our own expertise to adapt the software to our customers' needs. Thus giving you more accurate results faster, by building customer-centered software naturally.
Practical Engineering Knowledge
You are looking for a partner that understands your business. Experience in working with large industrial partners gives our technology and expertise the solid ground it needs to tackle complex industrial challenges hands-on and first-time-right.
Continuous Focus on Innovation
Elsyca® is the benchmark in Electrochemical Engineering. Delivering state-of-the-art solutions through extensive R&D is a key priority. Our academic background translates into a competitive advantage for our customers.
Plating simulation for production optimization and engineering design aid
Corrosion strategy for new offshore windfarm monopile foundations
Mastering acoustic leakage with the help of Elsyca LeakageMaster
Production of highly-decorated chromium plated steering wheel bezel
Electroplating rack design for variety of door handles
Pipeline CP shielding effect by bridge foundation structure
Seaproof CP design for windfarm transformers
Electrocoating simulations for new vehicle programs