Press Release Summary:
Cationic Type V157 and V197 epoxies can be applied and irradiated with long-wave UV light in the range of 325-380 nm or with visible light in the range of 400-500 nm. Wide-range response lets adhesives be processed with many different existing light sources. Response to longer wave visible light is beneficial when bonding various engineering plastics such as Kapton and Lexan, which do not transmit UV light adequately but will transmit visible light.
Original Press Release:
Emcast V157 & V197 UV & Visible Light Curable Epoxies
Electronic Materials, Inc. is pleased to announce the development of two new Light Curable Epoxies. These are cationic epoxies that cure to a flexible consistency. The adhesive can be applied and irradiated with long wave UV light in the range of 325-380nm or with visible light in the range from 400-500nm. With response to such a range of frequencies these adhesives can be processed with many different existing light sources and will fit easily into many different processes. In addition, the response to longer wave visible light can be beneficial in bonding various engineering plastics such as Kapton and Lexan. These types of materials do not transmit UV light adequately but will transmit visible light which will polymerize these epoxies. Along with the V157 & V197 of UV & Visible light cure epoxies Electronic Materials offers a wide range of UV and thermal cure epoxies for electronic assembly. All of Electronic Materials products are designed and manufactured under strict ISO procedures and are available in a number of custom packages. For more information contact Electronic Materials, Inc. at phone (970) 547-0807, fax (970) 547-0817, e-mail: email@example.com, Web site www.electronicmaterialsinc.com, or write to 1814 Airport Road, Breckenridge, CO 80424.
General Manager/Business Manager
1814 Airport Road, Breckenridge, CO 80424
Phone: (970) 547-0807 Fax: (970) 547-0817