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Electrolube’s New Reworkable Thermal Paste Eliminates Pump Out

Posted on 24 May 2016 by Daniel Callaghan DE
Tags: Thermal Management, New Product

The rapid growth of LEDs has fuelled innovations in lighting design and has seen applications escalating. Global electro-chemicals manufacturer, Electrolube, are consistently developing new materials to protect LED-based systems and their associated driver electronics from a host of environmental factors and have recently launched an innovative new Surface-Cure Thermal Paste, SCTP, which is extremely stable during even the harshest thermal shock testing.

 SCTP is a highly effective and efficient thermal interface material, designed to…

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HK Wentworth wins major accolade: The Queens Award for Enterprise in International Trade

Posted on 21 April 2016 by Electrolube

HK Wentworth Group, has been announced winner of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise – the UK’s highest accolade for business success. The company received the Award for Enterprise in International Trade in recognition of its outstanding global exporting success.

With international headquarters located in Leicestershire, UK, HK Wentworth is the parent company of Electrolube, global manufacturers of specialist electro-chemicals for the global electronics, automotive, LEDs, aerospace and industrial manufacturing industries. The company, founded in 1941, is still privately owned by the Kingsbury family and has consistently achieved steep year-on-year growth in overseas sales. Overall growth has risen by as much as 50% during the three-year period of the Award and a vast 66% of sales have been achieved from export activity.

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Electrolube Extend In-house Testing Facility With Thermal Shock Chamber

Posted on 19 April 2016 by Daniel Callaghan FR DE

Electrolube, the global electro-chemicals manufacturer, has recently invested in a cutting-edge Thermal Shock Chamber, enhancing its sequential in-house testing capabilities. The test laboratory grade system can achieve a rate of change of temperature close to 40°C per minute, and has a working temperature range from -65°C to +200°C, facilitating severe testing of electronic assemblies, representative of real environments, which is particularly critical for those destined for military and harsh automotive applications.

A thermal shock…

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