Encapsulation consists in placing an electrical or electronic component or circuit in a casing to protect it from attack by the outside environment guaranteeing that the necessary electrical connections are made.
Use of these resins dates back to the early 1980s when they replaced epoxy resins that were too expensive and too complicated. Epoxy resins are often also too rigid for low-voltage applications. Additionally, with polyurethane, a much broader range of hardness and open times can be formulated.
This function has developed considerably in recent years in keeping with the growth in electrical and electronic applications in industry.
We have drawn on our polyurethane technology expertise to develop a range of resins suited to industrial needs and compliant with regulatory requirements.
Everad resins offer a number of benefits: increased productivity, ease of use, efficient resin consumption, reduced investments, high quality, durability, heat dissipation, dielectric properties, low shrinkage, and high physical and insulating performance levels over a wide temperature range.