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Electrolube has selected the event to provide an exclusive look at a groundbreaking new contamination removal product (Stand L8).
Electrolube took two stands at the electronics event and launched advanced new coating and heat transfer products.
Electrolube solves customer problem - protection of electrical devices and controls for wind turbine units with use of ER2188 resin which is UL94 V-0 approved.
Electronics for military applications are expected to operate first-time, every time in some of the most varied and demanding environmental conditions known to man. Military programs often run over several decades and hardware will often be updated several times during the life of the program.
Electrolube’s UV cure conformal coating, UVCL, is claimed to provide the highest level of protection of electronic circuitry at high application speeds.
Electrolube’s acrylic, polyurethane and UV cure coatings optimise device reliability, whilst being safe to the operator.
Assembly materials manufacturer, Electrolube, will launch surface mount adhesives and thermal pads.
Fast-drying cleaning solvent, HFFR, eliminates the use of hazardous n-Hexane and efficiently removes flux residues to leave a perfectly clean, dry surface with no residue
Electrolube will debut a new hexane-free flux remover at the Southern Manufacturing and Electronics Exhibition on stand L38.
At the pinnacle of environmental concern is the emission of greenhouse gases and their immediate and long term effects on our planet. Over the years, many changes have taken place to ensure the products we use do not have a detrimental effect on the environment.
Electrolube, stand L38
Concerns regarding chemical use are on the rise; whether it is a result of REACH and/or other regulations or just simply an increased awareness of operator safety and environmental impact, changes are definitely occurring.
Fast-drying cleaning solvent, HFFR, eliminates the use of hazardous n-Hexane and removes flux residues for a clean, dry surface with no residue.
The manufacturer of electro-chemicals will feature its newest products for the electronics, automotive and industrial manufacturing industries at the Southern Manufacturing and Electronics show, at FIVE in Farnborough between 15-16 February.
Electrolube will exhibit a range of high performance electro-chemicals for electronics, automotive and industrial manufacturing at Assembly and Automation Technology Expo, in Chicago during September.
Electrolube has released information of an LED product that will be launched to the European market during Productronica. SC3001 is a silicone resin developed specifically for this industry.
Electrolube has revealed that it will officially launch a number of innovative new silicone resins at Productronica 2011. Electrolube’s team have developed the 2000 range which includes a general potting and encapsulating compound, a fast cure compound and a thixotropic compound.
Electrolube will be exhibiting its range of high performance chemicals at the Southern Manufacturing and Electronics Exhibition, with focus on their newest thermal management solution, HTCPX.
Electrolube will be exhibiting a range of high performance chemicals for the electronics, automotive and industrial manufacturing industries at the Southern Manufacturing and Electronics Exhibition in February.
Electrolube has launched its latest product; DCA-HT.