Posted on February 13, 2017 - ( views)
Potting compounds play a vital role in the assembly and long term protection of delicate electronic components. The design tips in this paper by Master Bond will help you navigate the more common dilemmas associated with the selection and application of epoxy potting compounds.
When properly selected and applied, potting compounds form the first line of defense against a wide range of environmental, chemical, mechanical, thermal, and electrical conditions that would otherwise ruin electronic components. When not properly selected and applied, potting compounds may not offer the desired level of protection. Even worse, a poorly chosen epoxy may cause some damage of its own- by curing in such a way that subjects the potted electronic component to unwanted stresses or heat.
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Applicable in very thin bond lines
For applications where very good shielding effectiveness is needed
Approved for use in various applications and industries including NASA low outgassing
With top notch temperature resistance, impressive thermal conductivity
A one part acetoxy type silicone system for medical device applications that meets USP Class VI specifications for biocompatibility and ISO 10993-5 testing for cytotoxicity
A specially formulated RTV silicone system for bonding, sealing and coating primarily for medical devices
A unique two component epoxy system that cures optically clear in thin sections, formulated for a variety of bonding, sealing and coating applications in the optical, opto-electronic, electrical, aerospace and specialty OEM industries
A one part, high temperature resistant epoxy for the aerospace and specialty OEM industries
for high performance bonding, sealing, coating and encapsulation
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