Product News: Materials & Material Processing

Thermally Conductive Silicone protects electronics.

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Press Release Summary:

October 18, 2012 - With 1:1 mix ratio, flexible 50-1952 cushions electronics from vibration and impact, and is specially formulated for quick thermal transfer away from heat generating electronic devices. Non-corrosive silicone potting and encapsulating compound is made without use of harsh solvents or other toxic materials and is not hazardous to ship. Operating from -65 to +235°C, low-exotherm product eliminates need for multiple pours.

Epoxies Etc.

21 Starline Way, Cranston, RI, 02921-3407, USA

Original Press Release

Thermally Conductive Silicone Easy on Electronics

Press release date: October 10, 2012

New Silicone System Quickly Dissipates Heat, is Non-Corrosive, and Vibration Resistant

Epoxies, Etc. offers a new silicone potting and encapsulating compound with a convenient 1:1 mix ratio.  The 50-1952 is specially formulated for quick thermal transfer away from heat generating electronic devices.  With its high operating temperature range from -65 to +235°C, the 50-1952 provides protection in extreme environmental applications.

The 50-1952 is flexible and therefore protects electronics from vibration and impact.  Made without the use of harsh solvents or other toxic materials, this compound is safer to use than other common materials.   

Product Advantages:
• Flexible material cushions electronics
• Thermally conductive, vibration, and reversion resistant
• Low exotherm eliminates the need for multiple pours
• Easy 1:1 mix ratio
• Solvent free
• Not hazardous to ship

Samples are available and may be requested from our website: www.epoxies.com

Thank you for considering the release of the 50-1952 Potting and Encapsulating Compound as a News Release in your publication.  All inquiries will be handled promptly and professionally.

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