Oct 13, 2011
NuSil Technology Adds New Low-Viscosity Silicone Elastomer
R-2188 is a solvent-free, two-part, translucent silicone system that can be used as a compliant, high-strength adhesive and encapsulant in power electronics applications specifically requiring a highly insulative material.
Oct 5, 2011
NuSil Technology Expands VersaSil Line with Three High-Consistency Rubbers
New durometers added to line of versatile elastomers for healthcare industry offering versatility for extrusion, transfer/compression molding and calendaring.
Sep 15, 2011
NuSil Technology Adds New Silicone Coating with Low Coefficient of Friction
NuSil announces the release of R-1182, a one-part, acetoxy-cured, low-coefficient-of-friction silicone coating. This smooth coating is curable at room temperature and, once cured, chemically bonds to the silicone elastomer substrate, mimicking its mechanical properties. The result is a smooth and durable, yet flexible, non-blocking coating that resists abrasion, static friction and friction from moving, sliding and rubbing parts.
Jun 9, 2011
NuSil Technology Debuts Low Modulus Fluorosilicone Gel
Two-part, white gel backfills electronics, boasts hydrocarbon resistance.
May 19, 2011
NuSil Technology Debuts High-Consistency Fluorosilicone Grease
NuSil introduces a new low-flow, high-consistency fluorosilicone grease for healthcare applications. It can be used in applications that require a solvent-resistant grease and may be used as a high-vacuum grease around glass, ceramic and ground glass joints.
May 4, 2011
NuSil Technology Introduces 100M% Fluorosilicone Liquid Silicone Rubber
FS-3511 is ideal for molding high-quality parts that require resistance
against hydrocarbons and solvents.
Mar 29, 2011
NuSil Releases Thermally Conductive Silicone Adhesive for Electronics Industry
With low viscosity and low ionic and volatile content, EPM-2890 is ideal for applications requiring a broader operating temperature range. This addition to NuSil’s electronics line provides moderate heat transfer between electrical components and their heat sinks. In addition, EPM-2890 exhibits less than or equal to 1 percent weight loss when heated for 30 minutes at 275ºC to withstand lead-free solder reflow.
Jan 13, 2011
NuSil Announces Thermally Conductive Silicones for Healthcare Applications
These elastomers can be used as a cure-in-place adhesive or potting compound between electrical/electric components and heat sinks as part of a thermal management regime to keep medical devices operating at their optimal levels.