Meeting the challenge of challenging environments
Electrolube epoxy resins are specialist systems for potting and encapsulating printed circuit boards (PCBs) and electronic components. Resin systems are designed to protect the device from harsh environments acting as a barrier against contaminates such as moisture, chemicals or physical shock and vibrations.More info > Download product selector chart > Download product brochure >
Formulated to exhibit excellent electrical and physical properties, Electrolube epoxy resin systems are created in order to protect the electronic device allowing it to operate in some of the harshest conditions, while in the process maintaining and enhancing performance.
Epoxy resins are generally much harder compounds than the other resin chemistries, once cured they offer superb mechanical and chemical protection. This makes them an ideal choice for some of the toughest applications such as the automotive, aerospace and marine industries.
Electrolube epoxy resins also exhibit excellent thermal properties, dissipating heat away from components
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Product code: ER2225RP250G - ER2225K5K
ER2225 a black epoxy potting compound formulated to meet the exacting requirements of the automotive industry, although will find application in a wide range of industries where high temperature and chemical resistance are called for. Designed as a potting compound for electronic units, or to encapsulate components such as sensors, ER2225 has excellent chemical resistance to a wide range of chemicals and fluids. It also offers a wide continuous temperature operating range (-40 to +180°C), with the ability of going up to 210°C for short excursions, and shows good thermal conductivity (1.1W/m.K), offering superb combined protection of electronic components and electrical devices. However due to its versatility it can be used in a variety of other electronics applications where protection against thermal cycling is required. Although ER2225 does contain fillers, it shows good flow around components in a unit.
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