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Structalit® 8801 T

New structural adhesive cures at low temperatures

Eleco introduces newly developed structural adhesive Structalit® 8801 T, which cures rapidly at low temperatures. The epoxy adhesive was specially formulated for temperature-sensitive applications in electronics, as well as automotive and aerospace industries.
    
Structalit® 8801 T is an all-purpose beige-colored single-component epoxy adhesive. It is ideally suited for potting applications in electronic components. Its excellent chemical resistance against oils and fuels makes it the perfect choice for bonding applications in the automotive and aerospace industry. Structalit® 8801 T has been successfully used in applications where strong resistance to hot kerosene and brake fluids was needed.

Due to its shear thinning properties Structalit® 8801 T offers improved flow control and the ability for precise dispensing on components surfaces. This adhesive develops high bond strength on ceramics, metals and many plastics.

Structalit® 8801 T cures very quickly at low oven temperatures. At 100°C this adhesive will fully cure in only a few minutes. Induction curing processes can be used to cure Structalit® 8801 T on ferromagnetic substances.

 

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Vitralit® UD 8050
Collage de composants

New Glob Top adhesives

Specially for the consumer and general electronics industry, Eleco introduces two new adhesives with a low halogen content from Panacol: Vitralit® UD 8050 and Structalit® 8838 provide encapsulation of electronic components on PCBs.

Vitralit® UD 8050 is an acrylic-based one-component adhesive which, thanks to its easy dispensing ability and rapid curing, is especially suitable for use in the consumer electronics sector, in which a high throughput is necessary.
 
Exposed to UV light, Vitralit® UD 8050 cures within seconds. Being dual UV and moisture curing, Vitralit® UD 8050 will also fully cure in shadowed areas not reached by the UV light, thereby increasing the performance of the hardened adhesive. For enhanced process control, a version with fluorescent marker is also available.   

Structalit® 8838 is a black epoxy-based one-component adhesive. Its key characteristics are a low glass transition temperature, good flexibility and fast thermal curing. Once cured, Structalit® 8838 is the perfect solution for flexible encapsulation of electronic components. Temperature and moisture tests have proved that the adhesive does not impair the properties of individual components.

Both Vitralit® UD 8050 and Structalit® 8838 allow better flow control and precise dispensing on individual components due to their intrinsic viscosity. Both of these adhesives are compatible with fluxing agent and can therefore ensure full, effective curing on electronic components. With a low halogen content, they fulfil international electronic grade standards regarding corrosion prevention of electronic components.


Vitralit® VBB-2N LV
collage de gomme

New UV-adhesive for elastomeric bonds

Eleco presents a new solvent free UV-adhesive. Vitralit® VBB-2N LV from Panacol features low viscosity and is ideally suited for bonding elastomeric materials.
   
Due to its extremely low viscosity Vitralit® VBB-2N LV is suitable for large area bonding as well as applications where the gap size is very small. When cured, it demonstrates excellent flexibility and environmental stability. Vitralit® VBB-2N LV is a solvent-free transparent adhesive and provides very good adhesion to most elastomeric materials like TPE (Thermal Plastic Elastomer) and rubber (natural rubber latex, NBR, SBR etc).

If at least one assembly material is transparent, Vitralit® VBB-2N LV cures in seconds with UV-A light to produce a strong and reliable bond. UV-blocking materials like polycarbonate can be cured due to the adhesive’s ability to cure with visible light (>400nm). Both gas discharge lamps and LEDs are suitable for curing. Excellent curing results were achieved with the 405nm Blue Point LED light from Dr. Hoenle AG.

For use in medical applications Eleco can provide an alternative product with similar properties that meets the requirements for USP Class VI and is compatible with sterilization by autoclaving, gamma irradiation and EtO.

 

 

 

 

 


Vitralit® 7311
Needle Bonding

New plastic adhesive with multiple viscosity options

Eleco introduces a newly developed UV adhesive, which is specially formulated by Panacol for bonding plastics and will be available in three different viscosities.
   
The appropriate viscosity can be chosen depending on the application: Vitralit® 7311 is extremely low viscosity and thus the perfect choice for very tight bond gaps.  Vitralit® 7311 T is a mid-range viscosity version, and Vitralit® 7311 Gel features high viscosity, non-flowing properties.

All three variations of Vitralit® 7311 provide excellent adhesion to most plastics like PC, PVC and PMMA, as well as to metal and glass. Vitralit® 7311 is transparent and non-yellowing. It is resistant to alcohols and humidity. Once cured, the adhesive will be visco-plastic. For use in medical applications Vitralit® 7311 is currently being tested according to USP Class VI and DIN ISO 10993-4/-5 standards.

Vitralit® 7311 cures in seconds with ultraviolet or visible light. For excellent curing results high intensity LEDs at 405 nm wavelength are recom-mended. This wavelength also permits the bonding of UV blocked materials like polycarbonate. Vitralit® 7311, as an example, can be utilized for needle bonding in medical device manufacturing. Cured with a Bluepoint LED eco light source from UV manufacturer Hönle,  Vitralit® 7311 achieves high bond strength in less than a second, providing reliable and durable bonds.


Vitralit® UV 4050 MV
Colle à usage Médical

New UV-adhesive for plastic bonds

Eleco presents a new adhesive from Panacol's successful Vitralit® UV 4050s series: Vitralit® UV 4050 MV features medium viscosity and is best suited for bonding plastics, especially for medtech applications.

With 450 to 650 mPas Vitralit® UV 4050 MV is of medium viscosity. When cured it shows a very good flexibility and an excellent stability. This transparent adhesive has a very low shrinkage of only 2%.
The newly developed adhesive provides excellent adhesion to most plastics like PVC, ABS, SAN and PC, as well as to stainless steel and glass. If at least one assembly material is transparent, Vitralit® UV 4050 MV will cure very quickly to produce a strong and reliable bond. UV blocked materials like polycarbonate can be cured thanks to the adhesive’s ability to cure with visible light (>400nm).
Vitralit® UV 4050 MV cures in seconds with UV-A and visible light. Both gas discharge lamps and LEDs are suitable to use for curing. Excellent curing results were achieved with LED lights with a wavelength of 405 nm. Vitralit® UV 4050 MV is currently being tested according to USP Class VI and DIN ISO 10993-4/-5 standards for use in medical applications.


Jetting Elecolit®
Elecolit colle conductrice

New jettable conductive adhesives

Panacol recently expanded its Elecolit®-product portfolio. Thanks to new, innovative filling materials and optimized hardener systems, newly developed adhesives with improved conductivity are now available. For maximimum processing speed, these adhesives can be applied by jetting. New hardener systems in many of the one part epoxy based adhesives develop cure within minutes.

The new Elecolit® silver filled adhesives are available in a range of viscosities to accommodate various applications and requirements. As the conductivity is strongly dependent on the content of conductive filler, Panacol uses uniquely shaped filling materials to achieve an optimal fill ratio. This ensures high conductivity and consistent product performance.