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February 27, 2007 - Low-outgassing EPM-2480, EPM-2481, and EPM-2482 are designed for encapsulation of chip packages in devices where outgassing-related contamination would be problematic. Able to cure into soft, compliant silicone, products help reduce stress on electronic assemblies during temperature cycling while protecting against environmental factors and shock. Types EPM-2480 and EPM-2481 are based on dimethyl silicone systems, while EPM-2482 is based on diphenyl dimethyl silicone system.

NuSil Technology Introduces Low Outgassing, Dielectric Gels Products For Electronic Packaging Applications

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NuSil Technology
1050 Cindy Lane
Carpinteria, CA, 93013

Press release date: February 20, 2007

Carpinteria, California - February 20, 2007 - NuSil Technology -- a cutting-edge manufacturer of silicone-based materials for healthcare, aerospace, electronics and photonics -- announces the addition of three low outgassing, dielectric gels to its Electronic Packaging Materials line.

NuSil's EPM-2480, EPM-2481 and EPM-2482 were designed for the encapsulation of chip packages in devices where outgassing-related contamination poses a problem. These products cure into a soft, compliant silicone, which helps reduce stress on electronic assemblies during temperature cycling, as well as protect against environmental factors and shock.

"The addition of the dielectric gels to the EPM product line offers engineers more options when it comes to protecting the chip" said Brian Nash, vice president of Marketing and Sales.

EPM-2480 and EPM-2481 are based on dimethyl silicone systems, while the EPM-2480 is a lower viscosity, firmer gel than the EPM-2481. Both are two-part systems and are supplied in 50-gram and 50-milliliter, side-by-side kits. The EPM-2482 is based on a diphenyl dimethyl silicone system for added temperature stability. The EPM-2482 is supplied in 50-gram and 50-milliliter, side-by-side kit. For more information on these specific products, please visit or contact NuSil Technology directly at 805-684-8780.

About NuSil Technology NuSil is a cutting-edge manufacturer of silicone compounds for healthcare, aerospace, electronics, photonics and other applications that require precise, predictable, cost-effective materials performance. ISO-9001-certified since 1994, NuSil operates state-of-the-art laboratories and processing facilities in North America and Europe and provides on-site, in-person application engineering support worldwide. More information about NuSil Technology can be found at

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