Encapsulants

Flame Retardant Epoxy is UL-94V-0 approved.
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Flame Retardant Epoxy is UL-94V-0 approved.

Rigid cure epoxy, EP-211FRHTC (Flame Retardant High Thermal Conductivity), offers thermal conductivity and flame retardancy. When cured at room temperature, it has service temperature of up to 130°C. When heat cured, epoxy withstands temperatures up to 200°C. Its viscosity provides penetration and void filling. Electrical potting and encapsulating epoxy reduces operating temperature...

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Epoxy Compound features one to one mixing ratio.

Type 20-3650 electronic grade epoxy potting, casting, and encapsulating system exhibits excellent physical, thermal, and electrical insulation properties. Tensile strength is 11,000 psi and compressive strength is 15,500 psi. Compound is DOT non-hazardous, easy to mix, and will cure at room temperature or with mild heat. Operating temperature range is -60 to +150°C. Type 20-3650 is suitable...

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Resins

Encapsulating Resin can cure with several agents.

Electronic grade, casting, potting, and encapsulating epoxy resin system No. 20-365140 adheres to metals, ceramics, and plastics. Physical properties include mixed viscosity of 32,500 cps at 25°C, specific gravity from 1.40 to 1.45 at 25°C, and Shore D Hardness rating of 85 to 88. Tensile Strength ranges from 6,100 to 9,200 psi, and operating temp ranges from -40 to +30 and -65 to...

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Encapsulants

Plastics Adhesive cures with heat or visible/UV light.

OPTOCAST AC-3801 one-component electronic grade, acrylate based formulation is room temperature stable and free radically initiated. Adhesive/sealant/encapsulant will adhere to polymeric and ceramic substrates when polymerized to flexible solid upon exposure to heat or UV and/or visible light in 320-520 nm range. Cured adhesive offers Shore D hardness of 40 to 45 and temperature range of -40 to...

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Encapsulants

Conductive Adhesives may replace soldering.

Syon(R) Tru-Bond(R) 206A, 214, 215, and Tru-Cast(R) III electrically conductive adhesives and potting compounds can be used to form conductive paths in applications where hot soldering would be impractical. They also provide thermal conductivity and can be used to bond or seal components or wiring in applications requiring heat dissipation. Low-shrink and nonshrink epoxy and epoxide formulations...

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Resins

Adhesive/Sealant bonds and encapsulates.

MNRC 04-1347 UV light curing resin is based on aliphatic urethane acrylate monomer blend. At 1 mil thickness, it cures in 10 to 15 seconds with UV light. Transparent liquid is suitable for clear bonds or encapsulation. It bonds to metal, ceramic, glass, and many plastics. MNRC 04-1347 is thixotropic at 25 deg C, and cures to 40-50 Shore A with elongation of 150%. Operating temperature range is...

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Encapsulants

Encapsulating Elastomers offer hydrolytic stability.

Two-component urethane series encapsulants have durometers from 25 to 55 Shore A. Unfilled materials maintain integrity over operating temperature range of -40 deg to 125 deg C. Glass transition temperature of -72 deg C makes them suitable for low temperature potting applications. They offer electrical insulation, thermal cycling stability, chemical resistance, and no shrinkage. Mixed viscosities...

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Encapsulant/Potting Material exhibits
Repair Compounds

Encapsulant/Potting Material exhibits

Ceramacast(TM) 510 aluminum oxide based, hydraulic-setting ceramic compound potting material can be used to encapsulate cartridge heaters and embed high temperature components to 3200Â-ºF. Supplied as dry powder, Ceramacast 510 is bonded using calcium aluminate and as-cast. Its dried density is 180 lbs/ft3, and it exhibits exceptional thermal conductivity and dielectric strength of 75-100...

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Moisture Resistant Encapsulant has smooth consistency.
Encapsulants

Moisture Resistant Encapsulant has smooth consistency.

Tra-Bond 933-1.5 electrically insulating epoxy encapsulant is formulated to provide smooth crowns over devices of wire bonds. Encapsulant provides protection from thermal and mechanical shock. Compound is stable at room temperature for up to three months, but is best kept stored at -40°C or colder, since filler may settle.

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