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Electrolube Extends Reach Into North American Markets

Posted on 23 June 2016 by Electrolube

Murray Percival Company headquarters in Auburn Hills, Michigan, USA

In a strategic move to extend its market reach into the important US electronics manufacturing sector, Electrolube has established a new distributor agreement with the US Midwest based company, Murray Percival. This development will enhance Electrolube's existing widespread US market coverage, which currently includes distribution agreements with major suppliers across the United States, including Fastenal and Hisco, among others.

The Murray Percival Company is based in Auburn Hills, Michigan, and is a leading supplier to the Midwest's electronics industry, covering the States of Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Illinois. Founded in 1960, Murray Percival is a third-generation, family-owned business, supplying manufacturers in the automotive and wider electronics markets.

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Electrolube Confirms Presence At Automechanika 2016

Posted on 31 May 2016 by Electrolube
Tags: Automechanika 2016, Electrolube, Press, Event

The global automotive sector presents huge growth potential for manufacturers of electronic protection products. With a 70 year history of providing protective solutions to the automotive industry and having recently gained supplier approval from a major German automotive manufacturer, Electrolube is consolidating its commitment to automotive OEMs and their suppliers by announcing its presence at Automechanika, which takes place at the NEC, Birmingham, June 7-9 2016.

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Electrolube’s New Reworkable Thermal Paste Eliminates Pump Out

Posted on 24 May 2016 by Daniel Callaghan
Tags: Thermal paste, SCTP

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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