Automotive Assembly Encapsulates

Epoxy Resin Coating Protects Car Systems

Encapsulation compounds for automobile ignition start-up make driving performance run smoothlyThe auto industry incorporates epoxy resins in coil assemblies attached to the ignition systems. Ignition coils convert the car's battery voltage into a higher voltage to create the spark necessary to ignite the fuel in the cylinder, starting the engine cycle. Covering a metal coil with an epoxy resin helps protect it from the elements. A reliable epoxy resin coating insulates the auto coil ensuring complete protection against moisture and foreign elements. An epoxy resin insulating your car’s coils keeps the electrical conduction from affecting other parts of the car upon contact.

Here are several ways having a quality polyurethane resin will improve your coil assembly:

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Epoxies Specially Designed for Car Systems

Epic Resins produces potting compounds designed specifically for automotive functions.

We carry several finely tuned auto epoxy resin coating products to meet your coil encapsulation needs. Automobile manufacturing isn't the only industry we develop resins for, either. The telecommunications and LED Lighting industries also benefit immensely from the incorporation of epoxy casting resin and polyurethane in the manufacturing process.

 

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Epic Resins epoxy resin formulations and applications

Epoxy Resin Materials

  • 1 component
  • 2 component
  • Polyurethane potting compounds
  • Electrical potting compounds
  • Thixotropic epoxy compounds
  • Anhydride cure
  • Battery potting compounds
  • Adhesives and bonding materials
  • Polyurethane elastomer
  • Flame Retardant Polyurethane
  • Electronic encapsulation
  • Low hardness polyurethane
  • Aliphatic polyurethane compound
  • UL-Recognized potting compound
  • Thermally conductive epoxy

Benefits of polyurethanes over silicone potting

  • Lower cost of materials results in a more economical polymer
  • Better bond strength to substrates and cases
  • Durable and efficient in optimal operating temperatures range
    • Low temperature: -60°
    • High temperature: 150°C
  • Higher chemical resistance to more chemical compounds
  • Reduced water vapor permeability increases water-resistance of sensitive components
  • More flexible formulation allows polyurethanes to be formulated soft or rigid
  • More strength, elongation, and abrasion resistance
  • Reduced outgassing from material
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