Novagard Solutions announces new NOVAGARD UV staking compounds

Novagard Solutions has announced today that it has introduced three new NOVAGARD UV staking compounds for printed circuit board applications.
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April 12, 2012 - PRLog -- Novagard Solutions®, a global supplier of sealants, lubricants and other engineered products, announces the introduction of three new UV curable staking compounds NOVAGARD UV 800-230, 800-305 and 800-400.  These staking compounds will complement the company’s line of ultraviolet light-curable and ultraviolet dual cure silicone products used as conformal coatings, potting compounds, inks, encapsulating and gasketing compounds and gels and also electrically or thermally conductive products.

NOVAGARD UV 800-230 is an exceptionally fast UV curing, single component sealant.  This solvent free product exhibits controlled rheology, no oxygen inhibition, has no corrosive byproducts and cures to solid rubber at high speed with ultraviolet irradiation at room temperature.

Novagard UV 800-305 is a UV/dual cure sealant and adhesive. This noncorrosive, single-component silicone translucent paste sealant will cure to a solid rubber upon exposure to ultra-violet light source at room temperature. A secondary moisture cure component will develop adhesion to a wide variety of substrates.  This solvent free product exhibits controlled rheology, and no oxygen inhibition.

Novagard RTV 800-400 is a UV cure sealant. This non-corrosive, single-component silicone translucent paste sealant will cure to a solid rubber upon exposure to ultra-violet light source at room temperature. This solvent free product also exhibits controlled rheology, and no oxygen inhibition.

Novagard UV products combine the numerous performance advantages of silicone such as high or low temperature performance and endurance with the processing speeds of UV curing made possible by Novagard Solutions’ patented UV cure chemistry. They are used primarily in the manufacture of electronic, automotive and medical components.

Novagard Solutions also recently announced the Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. listing of NOVAGARD UV 800-260 to the UL 746E specification under the QMJU2 testing protocol.  This UL testing protocol and specification covers test procedures to be used for the evaluation of industrial laminates and other materials for use in fabricating printed circuit or wiring boards.  Consequently, NOVAGARD UV 800-260 is the only UV curable silicone conformal coating to be listed with the UL 746E approval for conformal coatings of printed circuit boards and control boards for indoor and outdoor applications.

About Novagard Solutions, Inc.
Novagard Solutions Inc., with a legacy of exceptional quality and customer service exceeding 34 years, is a leader in supply of silicone and other advanced material products.  Novagard Solutions develops and manufactures sealants, coatings, lubricants and adhesives for the automotive, building construction, solar, electrical, medical, general industrial and product assembly industries.  Novagard Solutions’ focus has always been on exceeding their customers’ expectations and at the same time providing opportunities for their employees to have rewarding careers.  Novagard Solutions does this by delivering innovation in their products and service and by developing outstanding relationships with their valued customers.  They deploy cutting edge technologies to products that meet the demanding requirements of all their global customers.  The company is registered to ISO 9001:2008 and ISO/TS 16949:2009. Additional information is available at .
Source:Roger Moore
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