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Multi-Seals Launches Pre-shaped, One-part Nano-forms™ Epoxy Resins

Published on 2011-07-28. Author : SpecialChem

MANCHESTER, USA -- Multi-Seals Inc. introduces Nano-forms™ epoxy preforms to provide precision seals on microelectronics. With preforms as small as 0.035" (0.89mm) outside diameter and 0.011" (0.28mm) inside diameter, Nano-forms allow highly repeatable placement of minute amounts of epoxy with precision that is unattainable with traditional dispensing methods. With dimensional tolerances as close as 0.0005" (0.013mm) for critical applications, Nano-forms can control epoxy volume to within 0.00002cc for a typical configuration.

Epoxy Perform

Exceptional repeatability is further promoted with closely controlled pre-mixed ratios of resin to catalyst. In addition, Nano-forms are not affected by pot life, so epoxy viscosity is consistent from beginning to end of production batch. This combination of precision and consistency makes Nano-forms ideal for sealing fiber-optics and subminiature switches, capacitors, diodes, LEDs, and other microminiaturized components. Like other Uni-forms epoxy preforms, Nano-forms are pre-shaped, one-part resins that are solid at room temperature. When heated, Nano-forms melt and cure, forming a consistent seal that protects components from dust, moisture, oil, flux, solvents, conformal coatings, and other contaminants. Multiple epoxy systems are available to meet diverse application requirements.

About Multi-Seals, Inc.

Multi-Seals, Inc., is one of the leading manufacturers of Uni-form precision epoxy preforms and Poly-form flexible adhesive films, the no-mix, no-mess approaches to adhesive dispensing. Multi-Seals' adhesive preforms are available in a wide range of configurations and adhesive systems to accommodate diverse sealing, bonding, and potting applications. Multi-Seals is also the manufacturer of Wash-Away dissolvable spacers for maintaining consistent spacing between components and printed circuit boards.

Source: Multi-Seals, Inc.

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