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Electrolube Announce Ownership of State-Of-The-Art Premises

Posted on 05 June 2015 by Electrolube

Electrolube, part of HK Wentworth Ltd and an established manufacturer of electro-chemicals, is expanding and positioning itself for continued growth with the purchase of the company’s global headquarters and UK factory. The company had initially leased the 62,000 sq. ft. premises on their relocation to the high-tech facilities situated in Ashby de la Zouch , Leicestershire 4 years ago.

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Discover Electrolube’s Beneficial New Polyurethane Resins for LED Manufacturers

Posted on 09 March 2015 by Electrolube

LED lighting Electro-chemicals specialist, Electrolube has launched two new protective and decorative polyurethane resins that will be of particular interest to LED lighting manufacturers. The first of these - UR5634 - is a two-part, semi-rigid, optically clear polyurethane resin that achieves a water-white transparency, ideal for LED potting applications. This RoHS-2 compliant, low-hazard, isophorone diisocyanate-free material is weather resistant, as well as good resistance to acids and alkalis. It is also strongly resistant to yellowing when exposed to UV light – of particular benefit to LED luminaires and light fixings exposed to direct sunlight. Read more >

Electrolube Launches Revolutionary New Air-duster Technology at Southern Manufacturing

Posted on 11 February 2015 by Electrolube

ADZ Airduster Zero Electro-chemicals specialist, Electrolube has selected the Southern Manufacturing event to officially announce the first completely safe and environmentally-friendly active carbon-based air duster, Airduster 'Zero'. The groundbreaking new product is set to redefine contamination removal from electronic equipment and is the first active, carbon-based air duster that offers complete safety for both the user and the environment. The word 'Zero' in the product name is not used lightly; Airduster 'Zero' features ’zero’ flammability, ‘zero’ toxicity, ‘zero’ odour and ‘zero’ risk of combustion. It also contributes ‘zero’ to the world's rising CO2 levels and presents ‘zero’ limitations with regard to can orientation. Read more >