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Max Gets All Charged Up With Epoxies for Electronics

Max powers up his technical expertise on Master Bond’s adhesives, sealants and coatings for electronic applications.

In this latest feature, he explains how our epoxies can be used for heat sink assembly, conformal coatings, surface mount connection, glob top encapsulants, flip chip underfills and more.

For more information please visit: http://www.masterbond.com/mb-video/max-gets-all-charged-epoxies-electronics

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  • EP112LS: Ideal for Impregnation Applications

    Products | 9 Jul 2014

    EP112LS is optically clear, features reliable non-yellowing properties and has a refractive index of 1.55. This electrically insulative system is resistant to chemicals including water, oils, fuels, acids and bases.

  • Supreme 10ANHT-LO: One Part Epoxy Meets NASA Low Outgassing Specifications

    Products | 9 Jul 2014

    Offering high strength properties, Supreme 10ANHT-LO is a single component heat curing system that is serviceable over the wide temperature range of 4K to 400°F. This toughened formulation is thermally conductive and electrically insulative.

  • EP79FL: Silver Coated Nickel Conductive Epoxy

    Products | 9 Jul 2014

    Master Bond EP79FL is a silver coated, nickel filled polymer system that forms high strength bonds even at extreme cryogenic temperatures. It is electrically conductive and has minimal sagging while maintaining thermal cycling resistance.

  • EP38FLAO: Flexible Epoxy Withstands Thermal Cycling

    Products | 9 Jul 2014

    Delivering superior thermal conductivity and electrical insulation properties, EP38FLAO is formulated for high performance bonding, sealing, coating, potting and encapsulation. It offers reliable chemical resistance to water, oils and many fuels.

  • UV22: Nanosilica Filled Epoxy System

    Products | 9 Jul 2014

    Featuring superb optical clarity, UV22 will cure quickly and easily when exposed to a UV light source. Cationic systems, such as UV22, tend to have much higher temperature resistance than other UV type systems.

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