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Solving Ultraviolet Curable Potting & Encapsulating Problems with Shadow Cure Technology

Publisher: Epoxies Etc.
Overview:
Explaining the terms Potting and Encapsulation, and how they are interchangeably used, this paper describes how new Ultraviolet (UV) Curing Resins, developed by Epoxies, Etc., offer different advantages over two component systems in Potting applications. It details the processing issues of two component potting methods such as limited pot life, slow curing, and requirement of expensive thermal ovens, and also provides the various disadvantages of first generation UV curable resins. The paper highlights UV Curable Resins' benefits such as low shrinkage, fast curing, and low toxicity, and how companies are being benefitted by the usage of these UV Curable Resins, which are free of solvents and RoHS complaint.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.Purpose of Potting & Encapsulating1
2.Problems with Two Component Potting Methods1
3.First Generation UV Curable Resins Have Disadvantages2
4.New Technology Overcomes Shadow Areas & Deep Section Curing Problems2
5.New UV Curable Resins Work with Conventional UV Lamps3
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