Creative Materials Introduces 904-64A/B


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Creative Materials introduces 904-64A/B, a two-component silicone addition-cured potting compound. This high performance product is red in color, is thermally conductive, room-temperature curing, and low shrinkage. In addition, it features easy air release as well as excellent mechanical, thermal and shock resistance properties. 904-64A/B has a wide service temperature range and excellent chemical resistance. It has a rating of UV 94V-0 and when fully cured will not undergo reversion under normal operating conditions. 

904-64A/B is widely used in the manufacture of electrical and electronic components as a cushion coating, as well as an encapsulant and potting compound. Typical applications include electronic transformers, inductors, sensors, oceanic equipment and aerospace components. 

The cured properties of 904-64A/B include shore hardness >65A, service temperature between minus 55°C and 300°C, tensile strength >575 psi, dielectric strength 650 VTM and thermal conductivity of 1.75 W/mK. 

Creative Materials designs, develops, and custom manufactures specialty electronic inks and adhesives. The company holds both ISO9001 and ISO14001 certifications.  All products are manufactured in the USA.

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