Silicone Compound for High Performance Potting and Encapsulating

Nov. 21, 2012
Epoxies, Etc. develops a high performance two part silicone system.

Epoxies, Etc. develops a high performance two part silicone system. 50-1225 is designed for electronic packages that require good flow around components, high thermal conductivity, ability to sustain environmental extremes, and cushioning for sensitive components.

50-1225 is free of any flammable or toxic solvents and will cure in deep sections. It has a service temperature of -65 °C to 210 °C, and will not support or promote a flame.

Product Advantages:

  • Highly flexible material will cushion electronics through aging and thermal cycling
  • Low shrinkage during cure; it will not stress components
  • Wide operating range (-65 to 210 °C); makes it suitable for many applications
  • High thermal conductivity; will quickly transfers heat away from components
  • Low flammability; does not support flame or produce toxic combustion by-products
  • Samples are available and may be requested from our website: www.epoxies.com.

Epoxies, Etc.
Part Number: 50-1225

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