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Electrolube Launch New Form-in-Place EMI Shielding Materials at SMT

Posted on 22 May 2018 by Electrolube FR DE
Tags: Event, Product Launch

Electrolube Launch New Form-in-Place EMI Shielding Materials at SMT

Global electro-chemicals manufacturer, Electrolube, will introduce a new range of Form-In-Place EMI shielding materials and a brand new silver conductive adhesive at this year’s SMT Hybrid Packaging show in Nuremberg, from 5th -7th June. The products have proven extremely successful in China, where they have primarily been used for the smart phone market, and are now being launched to automotive manufacturers in…

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Electrolube Develops Epoxy Resin for Automotive Under-Hood Applications

Posted on 09 May 2018 by Electrolube fr DE
Tags: Encapsulation Resins, Automotive

Electrolube Develops Epoxy Resin for Automotive Under-Hood Applications

Electrolube has collaborated with some of the automotive industry’s major players over the last few years and understands the importance of performance with automotive solutions that work first time, every time.  With our extensive experience of developing encapsulation resins, Electrolube has launched some new two-part epoxy resins that have been specifically formulated to cope with the harsh operating environment of under-hood requirements, offering the…

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Electrolube Address Major Market Changes to the Thermal Management of LEDs

Posted on 27 April 2018 by Electrolube DE FR
Tags: Thermal Management, LED's

Electrolube Address Major Market Changes to the Thermal Management of LEDs

Ahead of emerging changes within the LED market, global electro-chemicals manufacturer, Electrolube, has addressed growing concerns affecting LED manufacturers regarding the thermal management of LEDs. The changes that will impact on the LED market are being driven by 2 major factors surrounding the issue of silicone. Firstly, silicone-based thermal management materials have been found to contribute to problems with long term reliability and contamination.…

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