AYER, Mass.—Creative Materials Corp. has released a new thermally conductive, electrically insulating adhesive for use on printed circuit boards.
The new epoxy product, known as 813-76, is a two-part component that cures at room temperature and is designed to develop high-impact bonds and improve heat transfer.
Creative Materials noted that the new adhesive bonds to a number of different types of surfaces, has a low coefficient of expansion that is excellent for tight, microelectronic areas and provides resistance to mismatched substrates, such as Kapton, Mylar, glass or polycarbonate.
Creative Materials said 813-76 also is chemical resistant and passes NASA's outgassing (release of a gas that was dissolved, trapped, frozen or absorbed in a material) requirements (ASTM-E-595).
The Massachusetts company designs, develops, prototypes and custom manufactures specialty electronic inks and adhesives and holds both ISO9001 and ISO14001 certifications.
Besides electrically and thermally conductive adhesives, Creative's products include silver inks, carbon inks, dielectric inks and coatings, radio opaque inks, potting compounds and silicone adhesives, inks and coatings.
Its materials are used in the medical, electronics, microelectronics, biomedical, LED lighting, automotive, telecommunications, solar cell and semiconductor markets.
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