FIP/CIP Gasket with See-Cure Technology Provides Cure Confirmation
Excellent Bond Strength to Metals, Glass, and Plastics
GA-140-SC demonstrates excellent bond strength to metals, glass, and most plastics. It’s typically used in sealing applications on fuel cell plates and stacks, automotive door handle and side-mirror assemblies, and appliance housings, as well as in critical electronic assembly and device applications. The material is resistant to high-temperature and high-moisture environments while maintaining superior adhesion and flexibility. It exhibits low shrinkage, resulting in reduced stress on the fuel cell plate, stack housing, appliance housing, or electronic assembly.
This chemical- and moisture-resistant gasket is formulated to be tack free, yet soft and flexible, with low outgassing after cure. It can be dispensed in intricate and complex configurations with the added benefit of in-line curing which allows for increased production speed and reduced inventories. The material cures on demand, eliminating the need for racking slow-curing alternatives and the waste associated with poorly fitting or improperly aligned die-cut gaskets.
DYMAX Europe GmbH
DYMAX is a leading global manufacturer of light-curing materials, dispensing and curing equipment. For over 30 years, the company develops innovative solutions for industrial applications in the fields of medical, electronics, automotive, aerospace, solar energy, telecommunications, home appliances and glass industries. The headquarter is located in Torrington, Connecticut, USA. Today, Dymax has 240 employees globally with additional facilities in Germany, China, Hong Kong, and Korea.
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