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Epoxy Resin Adhesive cures at temperatures as low as 60C.
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June 13, 2014 - Suited for optical packaging applications where several temperature-sensitive materials are bound together, DELOMONOPOX LT204 epoxy resin minimizes thermal stress and warping. This multi-purpose, one-component adhesive can be processed within 48 hr at room temperature and adheres to various plastics as well as metals and FR4 composites. Dispensed through needles withdiameter as small as 200 m, product exhibits low thermal stress and moderate shrinkage during curing.

New Adhesive from DELO Cures at Temperatures as Low as 60°C


DELO Industrial Adhesives
DELO-Allee 1
Windach, Germany



Press release date: June 1, 2014

Low stress curing for temperature-sensitive materials

Windach, Germany – DELO, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of industrial adhesives for automotive, consumer and industrial electronics applications, now offers a special heat-curing adhesive that cures to full strength in temperatures as low as 60C. The new DELOMONOPOX LT204 epoxy resin minimizes thermal stress and warping of components being bonded, making it ideal for optical packaging applications, where several temperature-sensitive materials are bound together.

Designed for bonding and casting of compact camera modules, electronic assemblies, mobile assemblies as well as infrared LEDs and image sensors that feature micro-optics, DELOMONOPOX LT204 offers low thermal stress and moderate shrinkage during curing.

This multi-purpose, one component adhesive can be processed within 48 hours at room temperature and has excellent adhesion to many plastics, including LCP, PA and PPS, as well as to metals and FR4 composites.

DELOMONOPOX LT204 can be dispensed through needles with a diameter as small as 200 m, which are common in consumer electronics. DELO’s new adhesive helps the bonding process excel through low energy consumption and high profitability.

Technical Specifications
• Low-tension curing at 60C
• 48 hour processing time
• Storage life: four months at -18C

For more information contact Matthias Stollberg at Matthias.Stollberg@DELO.de or +49 8193 9900-212.

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Reader Service Inquiries: Matthias Stollberg; DELO Industrial Adhesives; DELO-Allee 1 | 86949 Windach | Germany;Matthias.Stollberg@DELO.de; +49 8193 9900-212.

ABOUT DELO:
DELO is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of industrial adhesives used within the automotive, aviation, optoelectronics and industrial electronics industries. Headquartered in Windach, Germany, DELO has subsidiaries in the USA, China and Singapore. In fiscal year 2013-2014, DELO generated sales revenues of nearly $82 million.
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