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Curing mechanisms that operate in the visible light region, in contrast, include yellow photoinitiators—an undesirable characteristic that can affect the adhesive’s color. UV dryers also take up less space than traditional dryers, so manufacturers can use the extra space for more revenueproducing equipment. UV technology uses less energy, which translates to a significant cut in operational costs. In addition, the technology does not pollute the inside or outside of the facility. A cleaner workspace means healthier employees and a “greener” environment.
The guide provides information to help end users, engineers and fabricators select glass fiber reinforcements for use in fiberglass-reinforced polymer (FRP) applications used in corrosive environments. The “Glass Fiber Reinforcement Chemical Resistance Guide” contains test results, examples of specifications and information about industry standards for glass fiber compositions used in FRP applications. The results were compiled from tests conducted in the laboratory and knowledge gained in the company’s field experience, and illustrate the effect of chemicals on different glass fibers.
After curing, the product becomes an elastic rubber that can be used on electronic assemblies for bonding, potting, sealing or coating. Typical uses include conformal coatings and the sealing of connectors. The ability of this material to cure with both UV light and moisture mean that any portions in “shadow” will still cure. The resulting cured material reportedly remains elastomeric. uk TECHSIL SILICONES The new RTV191 range consists of UV-curing, solvent-free silicones that combine the quick curing speed of UV adhesives This company has expanded its performance masking tape offering with American® brand AM (Aqua Mask™), a tape designed to work in many demanding transportation masking applications.