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800-610 is a low viscosity, pourable encapsulant gel.

800-610’s extremely low viscosity ensures the material flows easily around components for thorough wet-out. This is a UV cure silicone with no secondary moisture cure, offering very low adhesion. This non-corrosive, single component silicone will cure to a solid elastomer in seconds upon exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light.

With a viscosity of 630 cPs, 800-610 enhances reliability of delicate components, and provides both stress and shock relief.

  • Made in USA
  • Proposition 65
  • REACH
  • VOC Compliant
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  • Applications
    • Printed circuit/wiring boards
    • Flexible hybrid electronics
    • Rigid electronics
    • Sensitive components and harsh environments
    • Potting
  • Details
    • Room temperature cure
    • No oxygen inhibition
    • 100% solids
    • No solvents
    • Thermally stable from -40°C to 200°C
    • Excellent adhesion to a variety of plastic and metal substrates, including FR-4, copper, aluminum, and PET
    • Electronics grade

     

    800-610 can be applied by automated needle dispense, hand dispense, flow coating, pouring, or hand brushing.

  • Packaging
    This product is available in the following formats:
    • 10 ounce cartridge
    • 1 gallon pail
    • 5 gallon pail
    • 55 gallon drum
    • 30cc syringe
  • Specifications
    • Physical Properties
      Form Cure Chemistry Electronics Grade Shadow Area Cure Appearance UV Indicator UV Cure Depth Specific Gravity Viscosity (cPs) Durometer Shore A Durometer Shore 00 Tensile Strength (psi) Elongation (%)
      Sprayable UV Only Yes No Clear Yes 1.0 0.99 630 21 70 73 270
    • Electrical Properties
      Dielectric Strength Dielectric Constant at 100 Hz Dielectric Constantat 100 kHz Dissipation Factor at 100 Hz Dissipation Factor at 100 kHz Volume Resistivity (Ω cm)
      15 kV/mm 381 V/mil 3.43 3.42 6.00 x 10-4 8.00 x 10-4 5.79 x 1012
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