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|Product Name:||Electronic Components MTHPA||Appearance:||Electrical Parts Insulators|
|MODEL:||WNY1001||Color (Pt-Co):||200# Max|
|Density (g/cm3 , 20℃):||1.21±0.05||Viscosity (Pa.s, 25℃):||0.045 Max|
|Molecular Weight:||166.17||Application:||Electronic Components|
Electronic Components MTHPA,
Electronic Epoxy Resin Hardener MTHPA
Electronic Components MTHPA applications for Electronic Epoxy Resin Hardener
MTHPA is mainly used as a curing agent for epoxy resins. It can be easily blended with various liquid resins providing stable, low viscous mixture and long pot lives. It is widely used for casting/potting, impregnation, lamination, etc.
In the field of reinforced plastics, due to its wear resistance and toughness, it is used for filament wound products (pipes for oil, FRP, poles and sport goods), laminated sheets, circuit boards, switches.
Anhydride curing agent is a new type of electronic material. Mechanical products are widely used in the potting, casting, winding, bonding of electronic components, auto parts, transformers, high-voltage capacitors, and transformers, as well as the impregnation of electronic components, resistors, and hybrid integrated circuits. It can also be used for glass fiber irrigation pipes, oil pipes, water filter boxes, thermal insulation sleeves, thermal insulation coatings, etc.
|Appearance||light yellow transparent liquid, no mechanical impurities.|
|Color (Pt-Co)||300# Max||200# Max|
|Density (g/cm3 , 20℃)||1.21±0.05|
|FreezingPoint(℃)||-15 Max||0 Max|
|Viscosity (Pa.s, 25℃)||0.060 Max||0.045 Max||0.040 Max|
|Anhydride content||41.5% Min|
|Volatile content (120℃)||2.00% Max|
|Free acid||0.50% Max|
Above are standard grades, anhydride mixtures and different isomer structures can be offered
WNY-1001: suitable for white encapsulation.
WNY-1002: suitable for moulding, pultrusion, interwining.
WNY-1008: suitable for pipelining.
Storage, Packing & Transportation:
25kg plastic drum and 220kg metal drum and 1150kg IBC or as per customer’s request.
Avoid moisture, fire and water. Kept in dry and ventilating place.
Contact Person: Nick Woon