Creative Materials Launches New Coating, Encapsulant


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Creative Materials introduces 111-27, an electrically insulating thermally curing, colorless coating and encapsulant which can be applied by many different methods. This product features excellent adhesion to polyimide, polyester, glass, and a variety of other high-energy substrates. Unlike other materials, when used as a coating, 111-27 provides high strength and durability, while maintaining performance during flexing and creasing. It also protects components from moisture, salts, and abrasion. 111-27 features high surface hardness, which reduces the risk of stress fracturing bonded components.

111-27 can be cured at room temperature for 7 days or at elevated temperatures in a matter of minutes and has thermal stability up to 200ºC.

Typical examples of end-use applications include electronics, automotive manufacturing, shipbuilding, aerospace, military, and telecommunication applications.

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