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High Temperature Coating electrically insulates resistors.
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December 9, 2011 - Consisting of single part, water-based, inorganic-ceramic coating system, Cerama-Dip(TM) 538N electrically isolates high-power ceramic resistors for applications up to 2,600F. Odorless, VOC-free formula features volume resistivity of 109 W-cm and dielectric strength of 225 V/mil at room temperature. Applied by dipping or brushing, Cerama-Dip 538N cures by air-drying at room temperature for 1-2 hr, then step curing for 1-2 hr at 200F and 350F, respectively.

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Aremco Products, Inc.
707 Executive Blvd., Unit
Valley Cottage, NY, 10989
USA



Cerama-Dip(TM) 538N Coating for Ceramic Resistors


SUMMARY

Cerama-Dip(TM) 538N, a new high temperature ceramic coating developed by Aremco Products, Inc., is now used to electrically insulate high power, high temperature ceramic resistors for applications to 2600F (1427C).

FEATURES

Cerama-Dip(TM) 538N is a single part, water-based, light-gray pigmented, inorganic-ceramic coating system used to electrically isolate high power, high temperature ceramic resistors. This advanced coating exceeds the temperature limitations of conventional epoxies, phenolics and silicones, and can be used in applications as high as 2600F (1427C). Exceptional electrical properties including a volume resistivity of 109 ohm-cm and dielectric strength of 225 volts per mil at room temperature are provided.

Cerama-Dip(TM) 538N is easily applied by dipping or brushing and cleans up prior to curing with warm water. Curing is accomplished by air-drying at room temperature for 1-2 hours, then step curing for 1-2 hours at 200F and 350F, respectively.

Cerama-Dip(TM) 538N is odorless and contains no volatile organic compounds that may affect the environment. No outgassing will occur upon curing or during operation.

Cerama-Dip(TM) 538N is available in standard pint, quart, gallon and five-gallon containers. Please contact Aremco's Technical Sales Department for more information about this advanced product.

For more information or technical assistance, visit our website, www.aremco.com, technical bulletin A5, or phone us at 845-268-0039.
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