Page: 1 2 3 Next

Parts by Number Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
EPOXY6351 National Microchip Not Provided Not Provided Not Provided
EPOXY 907 ASAP Semiconductor RAYTHEON AIRCRAFT Not Provided Not Provided
EPOXY BLACK DP-270 Quist Electronics MISC Not Provided Electronic Applications
DP460 EPOXY Quist Electronics 3M Not Provided 1.7 OZ/48 GRM TUBE
7351UT/EPOXY National Microchip 0 Not Provided Not Provided
More >>

Conduct Research Top

  • Epoxy
    and fatigue resistance. Epoxies have excellent electrical, thermal, and chemical resistance. Their strength can be further increased with fibrous reinforcement or mineral fillers. The variety of combinations of epoxy resins and reinforcements provides a wide latitude in properties obtainable in molded
  • Proper Mixing & Handling Of Epoxies
    Mixing and. handling epoxies properly. eases the application process. and increases the chances of. achieving a good bond.
  • Dielectric Properties of Epoxies
    barrier between two conductors (as in cross over and multi-layered. circuits) and for encapsulating circuits. Dielectric properties, specifically for epoxy adhesives, refer to the electrical properties of a material.
  • Tg - Glass Transition Temperature for Epoxies
    The Glass Transition Temperature (Tg) is one of the most important properties of any epoxy and is the temperature region where the polymer transitions from a hard, glassy material. to a soft, rubbery material. As epoxies are thermosetting materials and chemically cross-link. during the curing
  • Science + Sucrose=New Liquid Epoxies
    By changing the molecular structure of sugar, scientist can make it into a powerful liquid epoxy that binds concrete, wood, metals, plastics, and other materials. Chemist Navzer Sachinvala demonstrates some of the raw materials and the sucrose-based epoxies used. Sugar is still a favorite sweetener
  • Epoxy (EP) Resins
    Epoxy (EP) resins exhibit high strength and low shrinkage during curing. Epoxies are known for their toughness and resistance to chemical and environmental damage. Most epoxies are two-part resins cured at room temperature. Some thermally cured or thermoset one-part epoxies are also available
  • Epoxies for OptoElectronic Packaging: Applications and Material Properties (.pdf)
    Epoxies are used in the packaging and assembly of three opto-electronic devices, including Fiber Optics, LEDs, and LCDss. In fiber optics, you need epoxy for the cable and for the opto-packaging. The fiber optic components are usually packaged in hybrid technology, which mean several
  • Epoxy Adhesive Formulations
    Epoxy Adhesive Formulations. Based on a popular course sponsored by the Society of Plastics Engineers, this comprehensive text presents a variety of methods to ensure optimum epoxy performance and reliability.
  • Fiber Optic Connector Epoxy
    There are a number of fiber optic connector epoxies on the market that offer a range of curing options, depending on their specific chemical compositions. All of these fiber optic connector epoxies require that manufacturer recommendations be followed explicitly, particularly in regard to curing
  • Pot Life, Working Life and Gel Time of Epoxies
    Pot life, working life, and gel time are properties of an epoxy that can vary greatly from product. to product. These properties play a vital role in material selection in choosing an adhesive for. a specific manufacturing environment or process. When selecting an epoxy, pot life may

More Information Top

Lock Indicates content that may require registration and/or purchase. Powered by IHS Goldfire