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All Uni-forms preformed epoxies are made from electronic grade industrial epoxy systems. These systems offer advantages such as wave solder compatibility, negligible volatile outgassing, and excellent thermal shock properties. Specialty epoxy systems exist for high-temperature applications, oil/freon environments, and other demanding conditions.


Low cure-temperature, low flow, highly cross-linked industrial epoxy system. Designed for cure on low temperature components. Holds up well to industrial solvent exposure and soldering temperatures up to 325°C.

Cure Schedule Options for DC-202LT:

212°F (100°C) for 2 hours minimum
250°F (125°C) for 30 minutes minimum
300°F (150°C) for 15 minutes minimum
350°F (175°C) for 5 minutes minimum

Available Colors: Black & Red

Low to medium flow, highly cross-linked industrial epoxy system. Designed for sealing PCB components. Holds up well to industrial solvent exposure and soldering temperatures up to 325°C.


Cure Schedule Options for DC-202:

212°F (100°C) for 4 hours minimum
250°F (125°C) for 1 hour minimum
300°F (150°C) for 30 minutes minimum
350°F (175°C) for 15 minutes minimum

Available Color: Black

Medium to high flow, highly cross-linked industrial epoxy system. Designed for sealing PCB components. Holds up well to industrial solvent exposure and soldering temperatures up to 325°C.


Cure Schedule Options for DC-203:

212°F (100°C) for 4 hours minimum
250°F (125°C) for 1 hour minimum
300°F (150°C) for 30 minutes minimum
350°F (175°C) for 15 minutes minimum

Available Colors: Red, Blue, & Green

High flow, highly cross-linked industrial epoxy system. Designed for maximum coverage and penetration in sealing PCB components. Holds up well to industrial solvent exposure and soldering temperatures up to 325°C.

Cure Schedule Options for DC-204:

212°F (100°C) for 4 hours minimum
250°F (125°C) for 1 hour minimum
300°F (150°C) for 30 minutes minimum
350°F (175°C) for 15 minutes minimum

Available Color: Black

High-flow, highly cross-linked epoxy system designed for Freon/oil mix environment. Passes UL984. Holds up well to industrial solvent exposure and soldering temperatures up to 325°C.


Cure Schedule Options for DC-207:

300°F (150°C) for 4 hours minimum
350°F (175°C) for 2 hours minimum
400°F (200°C) for 1 hour minimum
450°F (235°C) for 40 minutes minimum

Available Color: Red

High-flow, linear epoxy system that remains flexible under temperature changes. Designed for under-the-hood automotive applications where seal integrity is required in adverse temperature and weather conditions, including salt spray, oil, grease, and fluids. Holds up marginally to industrial solvent exposure.

Cure Schedule Options for M5-82:

300°F (150°C) for 2 hours minimum
350°F (175°C) for 90 minutes minimum

Available Color: Red

High-flow, extremely cross-linked epoxy system. 160°C Tg system designed for high-temperature applications. Impervious to most industrial solvent exposure.

Cure Schedule Options for M5-92:

300°F (150°C) for 2 hours minimum
350°F (175°C) for 90 minutes minimum
400°F (200°C) for 1 hour minimum
450°F (235°C) for 40 minutes minimum

Available Colors: Black & Red

High-flow, extremely cross-linked epoxy system. Designed for high-temperature applications. Impervious to most industrial solvent exposure.


Cure Schedule Options for M17-19:

300°F (150°C) for 4 hours minimum
350°F (175°C) for 2 hours minimum
400°F (200°C) for 1 hour minimum
450°F (235°C) for 40 minutes minimum

Available Colors: Black & Red

CURE METHOD: We recommend the use of forced convection ovens for curing our epoxy systems. When using static air ovens, recommended cure times should be doubled. Recommended cure schedules are for epoxy only. Place thermocouples throughout the oven to determine the influence of component mass on oven temperature and recovery time. The time required for all thermocouples to reach cure temperature should be added to MSI’s listed cure schedules. For production purposes, adequate cure schedules should be determined and strictly adhered to. Ovens should be calibrated at least once a year.

See our Uni-form Recommendations Sheet for additional information regarding cure equipment and preform storage.

Contact Multi-Seals to learn more about a specific epoxy system or to request epoxy preform samples.


Multi-Seals, Inc.
540 North Main Street
Manchester, CT 06042
USA
T: (860)643-7188
sales@multi-seals.com

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