Why Silicones are Better for Electronics
You can count on silicones to perform at extreme temperatures ranging as low as -45°C and as high as 250°C — with no degradation — so the electrical and mechanical properties of the material remain true even after years and years of loading cycles.
High flexibility and superior adherence to common substrates for maximum vibration damping in sensitive components operating in demanding environments is essential to assure consistent quality of performance.
Maintenance of insulation resistance at safe levels is imperative to maintain a component's electrical strength over time and shield against loss of protection in harsh environments and temperature extremes.
With no VOC emissions or outgassing hazards, 100% solids silicones are safer for people and the planet.
- Seal, encapsulate, and bond electrical parts
- Conduct heat away from batteries
- Sheath, protect, and insulate wiring
- Protect against moisture and vibration
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