3M™ Scotchcast™ Electrical Resin 5N is a 2 part, liquid resin used for electronic and electrical applications requiring the highest level of protection in the toughest environments. This unfilled epoxy based resin has a low viscosity and good adhesion property, which makes it easy to infuse on any surface. It is useful for applications that include filling, patching, insulating and more.
3M™ Scotchcast™ Electrical Resin 5N has a low gel point rating to ensure curing at room temperature. Since it is resistant to reversion, the performance of the resin will not reduce after curing. This rigid resin is ideal for applications that need excellent thermal shock and mechanical shock resistance. Its high dielectric strength offers good electrical insulating property to the resin. It has a high flash point, helping prevent any fire hazard in electrical components due to quick ignition. Since the resin exhibits hydrolytic stability property, it minimizes quick chemical decomposition, thus providing long lasting usage. MIL I 16923E, MIL I 16923G Certified and RoHS 2011/65/EU Compliant.
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