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Choosing the Right Thermally Conductive Adhesive

December 3, 2021


Achieving an optimal thermally efficient bond requires bespoke consideration per application. So, how do you choose the thermally conductive …

Choosing the Right Thermally Conductive Adhesive

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High-Temperature Potting: Key Electrical Applications

November 17, 2021


Various high-power electronic assemblies require enhanced thermal properties to ensure continuous operation at process temperatures for their full product life cycle. This is typically achieved through potting, whereby the electrical enclosure is filled with a curable high-temperature epoxy or silicone-based compounds. High-temperature potting exceeds the application needs of traditional pots and subsequently requires more robust …

High-Temperature Potting: Key Electrical Applications

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Casting Materials for High-Temperature Potting

October 13, 2021


Electrical and metallic components are prevalent. We encounter them in almost every area of our daily life – handheld devices, smart displays, lighting systems, sensors, actuators, and printed circuit boards (PCBs). Potting and encapsulation are the essential processes that protect these components from the damage caused by moisture, shock, corrosion, tampering, and heat stress. High-temperature …

Casting Materials for High-Temperature Potting

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When to Use High-Temperature Putty for Critical Repairs

October 6, 2021


Metals such as cast aluminum, cast iron, steel, and stainless steel have many industrial applications. They’re used for gears, valves, cylinders, ovens, furnaces, turbines and other applications. Therefore, it can be frustrating when cracks, corrosion, discontinuities, casting defects and other defects appear1. The costs of repairs can be enormous. There are the direct costs associated …

When to Use High-Temperature Putty for Critical Repairs

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Aluminum Oxide Bonding Using Ceramic Adhesive

September 24, 2021


Aluminium oxide (Al2O3), usually shortened to alumina, is a technical ceramic used in a wide range of high-temperature applications. It is valued as having one of the greatest cost-to-performance ratios of all engineering ceramics and subsequently finds wide use in various thermal and vacuum processes. The challenge when designing with alumina is creating components with …

Aluminum Oxide Bonding Using Ceramic Adhesive

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