Epoxy Adhesive acts as electrical insulator.
Epoxies

Epoxy Adhesive acts as electrical insulator.

Model EP21 2-component, room temperature curing, epoxy adhesive allows adjustment of properties by altering mix ratio. Adhesive holds up to thermal cycling and resists chemicals including water, oils, fuels, acids, bases, and salts. With gap filling properties and operating temperature of -60 to 250°F, adhesive bonds to variety of substrates and does not contain any diluents or solvents.

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Composite suits pallets used in wave solder applications.
Pallets

Composite suits pallets used in wave solder applications.

Made from epoxy resin and random mat glass substrate, WaveMax(TM) 7000 thermoset composite is suited for high-volume production runs that require solder pallet to maintain strength at temperatures up to 315°C for as many as 5,000 soldering cycles. Ratio of glass to epoxy maximizes flexural strength and rigidity, with flexural strength of 59,000 psi and up to 39,000 psi at elevated...

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Adhesives

Adhesive Paste suits stacked die applications.

Designed to meet requirements of semiconductor firms, Hysol® QMI536NB can be used on all levels of stacked die. Non-conductive, PTFE-filled paste exhibits low resin bleed and is lead-free compatible. After multiple exposures to 260°C+ reflow temperatures, Hysol QMI536NB's provides resistance to delamination and popcorning. Product is suited for variety of materials, including solder...

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Resins

NOVA Chemicals Introduces New Expandable Polystyrene Resins for Stronger Insulating Concrete Forms

Pittsburgh, PA - NOVA Chemicals Corporation today announced the commercial availability of EPS 35MB-ICF, enhanced expandable polystyrene resins that deliver best-in-class performance in insulating concrete form (ICF) applications. ICFs are lightweight, high-strength, permanent concrete forms with built-in insulation. ICFs made with NOVA Chemicals' EPS 35MB-ICF resins enable significant molding...

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How to Choose the Right Adhesive Tape for Your Application
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How to Choose the Right Adhesive Tape for Your Application

With a considerable number of adhesive materials, applications and methods, there are many options to consider when choosing an adhesive tape. As NADCO® is a leading manufacturer of custom tapes and labels; we took our years of experience to create this handy selection guide on choosing the right adhesive tape for your application.

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Adhesives

Transfer Adhesive is suited for general-purpose bonding.

Used in product assembly, Thermofilm® H194U activates and cures upon exposure to 150 to 250Â-ºF heat and pressure. Nitrile phenolic thermosetting transfer adhesive is suited for bonding, laminating, and mounting applications involving fiberglass, glass, fabric, high- and low-surface energy materials, as well as other substrates. Providing bond strength considered structural for many...

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Adhesive Tapes

Striping Product offers odorless alternative to painting.

Requiring no drying time, MightyLine aisle striping system is made of extruded PVC with pressure sensitive adhesive backing. It comes in 7 standard colors and can be matched to any other color. Product also comes in yellow and red with various colored center lines, including luminescent MightyGlow(TM). Produced in 2, 3, 4, and 6 in. widths on 100 ft rolls, system is also available with acrylic...

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Resins

Heat-Resistant Resins suit automotive lighting applications.

Lexan® Xtreme Heat (XHT) resins offer automotive lighting designers material choices for demanding applications. Exhibiting resistance to deformation and color shift under high-heat conditions, they are suited for auto headlamp bezels and reflectors. Resins have specific gravity of 1.22 and offer flow characteristics for injection molding. When used on bezels and reflectors, resins enable...

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Encapsulants

Polyurethane Potting Compounds range from Shore A 25-90.

Suited for continuous exposure in wet environments, Series 20-2300 does not absorb any moisture and will therefore insulate electronic systems in damp or wet applications. Compounds do not impart any stress on components during cure or when thermal cycled in assemblies. They offer suitable alternative to silicone systems due to flexibility, electrical insulating properties, and ability to adhere...

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Silicone

Thermal Interface Material has low-viscosity formulation.

Developed to address contamination issues in dense electronic systems, EPM-2493 electronic packaging material (EPM) meets requirements of high-temperature and high-stress operating conditions in electronic packaging. This low-outgassing material is designed to work in environments with drastic temperature cycling that would otherwise result in encapsulant embrittling or outgassing.

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Epoxies

Epoxy Adhesives suit flexible circuit designs.

Formulated for technically demanding circuit applications, R/flex JADE Series meets flammability requirements without use of halogens. RoHS-compliant products display thermal stability and can withstand multiple passes through lead-free soldering. Transparent adhesives facilitate optical inspection and are available in bonding film, coverlay, and flexible copper clad laminate constructions....

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