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Fast Cooling Busbar Insulation  Posted On May 24, 2021
Uninsulated busbars were thought to cool off faster than insulated. However, busbars coated with epoxy coating powders cool off faster than:
  • Bustube
  • Mylar
  • Bare bar when applied thin
Epoxy Molding Compound with Very Low Coefficient of Thermal Expansion (CTE)  Posted On Jan 14, 2021
MG30 offers unique features:
  • CTE of 8ppm/°C
  • Incredible chemical resistance
  • High temperature operation
SolEpoxy introduces DK52 Orange epoxy insulation for electric vehicles  Posted On 5/5/2020
DK52 ORANGE offers unique features:
  • Extremely high dielectric strength
  • Flexible when cured
  • Impermeable to water and durable against automotive fluids
MCL-IM20: Injection molding equipment cleaning material  Posted On 06/27/2019
SolEpoxy™ MCL-IM20 cleaning material is a non-reacting, epoxy-based material suitable for purging injection barrels, screws, and nozzles of injection molding equipment.
DK7-20H and DK15EG-05: Best affordability and productivity  Posted On 06/07/2018
The auto industry is hyper-competitive, pushing their factories for maximum productivity while pushing their suppliers for lower prices. SolEpoxy rose to this challenge with two of the world's most productive and affordable motor armature coating powders.
SolEpoxy coating powder technology 
SolEpoxy produces a range of fusion bonded epoxy powder coatings that provide environmental protection and electrical insulation in many power electrical applications.
Light Filtering Epoxy for Surface Mount Sensors  Posted On 09/14/2017
Optical sensors are used for a wide variety of consumer, automotive and industrial applications, such as smart phones, tablets, TVs, laptop computers, self-driving cars, health monitors, and bar code scanners.
SolEpoxy presents MH20-01 for Injection molding applications up to 220°C  Posted On 08/14/2017
Injection molding applications require a mold compound with low viscosity, long spiral flow, fast cure time and high hot hardness.
MH20-2000: Strong like steel, light as plastic 
Why use steel when you can use a thermoset epoxy that is as strong as steel, but light as plastic.

SolEpoxy presents MH20-2000, a very tough epoxy mold compound that has nearly the same strength as steel, but with lighter weight.
SolEpoxy OP 1000 is the Standard for non-Yellowing Epoxy 
When designing a lighting environment, it’s important to know that the color will not change over time. When replacing an old lamp with a new one, it should not be obvious which unit was replaced.
SolEpoxy announces participation in the Polimotor 2 project to build an all-plastic engine block with a material as strong as steel yet as light as plastic. 
November 2016 – SolEpoxy, a leading global supplier of high-performance epoxy composites, announced today that a variation of its MH7-1 epoxy molding compound will be used as the engine block and oil pan in the second generation all-plastic engine project.
OL88-8 is the perfect clear encapsulant for outdoor RGB displays 

Beautiful and tough, LED billboards are a marvel of manufacturing skill. Similar to consumer devices like smartphones and flat-screen TV’s, outdoor LED displays have gone high-def (HDTV). But unlike consumer devices, these displays need to be rugged – they live outside, afterall!

Epoxy with light filter technology to replace traditional but expensive bandpass filters 
Optical Filters are used to transmit a preselected-portion of the light spectrum while rejecting all other wavelengths. So why would you want to do that? There are a many applications that use this technology including proximity and gesture sensors, data transmitters, feedback lasers and optical instruments.
Clear Epoxy-Hybrid Liquid – An Alternative to Silicone 
Epoxy can be a great alternative to silicone in lighting applications but up until now, most designers preferred silicone for its anti-yellowing durability.

SolEpoxy has developed OL10-1 which is a clear, epoxy-hybrid featuring the best anti-yellowing chemistry of any liquid epoxy on the market today. Testing by SolEpoxy and our lead users proves that OL10-1 is the clear encapsulant of choice for LED junction temperatures (Tj) up to 105°C.
SolEpoxy OL-Series: Rapid-prototyping; Easy scale-up.  Posted On 08/10/2016
SolEpoxy OL10-1 offers rapid prototyping by:
  • Testing out various configurations in liquid form
  • Prototyping with a liquid with the same optical properties as a clear mold compound for low-volume production
  • Scale up with a clear mold compound that has superior resistance to yellowing.
MH7-1: Strong like steel; Insulates like epoxy. 
MH7-1 combines the best of three worlds:
  • The homogeneous strength of steel
  • The light-weight of fiberglass
  • The insulating power of epoxy
MH7-1 is a fine, homogeneous molding compound that yields isotropic strength through both compression molding and transfer molding. It is capable of filling complex mold shapes and encapsulating small electronic components.
Team SolEpoxy rises to the Corporate Challenge 
Team SolEpoxy rallied to compete in the sixth annual Southern Tier Corporate Challenge Run/Walk and to set a new benchmark in the Olean Food Pantry Corporate Challenge for giving.
Class H Powder for motor iron  Posted On June 14, 2016
  • Improves Reliability: Class H insulation powder insures improved reliability with higher temperatures.
  • Extends the motor lifetime.
  • Reduce costs: Class H insulation powder reduces life cycle costs by being a energy resource conservation.
Clear Gray Encapsulation for High-Contrast RGB Displays  Posted On March 14th, 2016
A gray epoxy mold compound is in development for Outdoor RGB displays that:
  • Is as dark as possible for higher contrast of black-body PLCCs
  • Stays dark even after temperature exposure
  • Has excellent adhesion to PCB to meet MSL 2/2a target
Advantages of Epoxy Coating Powder over Mylar Sleeves  Posted On March 7th, 2016
Low & medium voltage busbars can be electrical insulated using either mylar sleeves or epoxy coating powder. Epoxy coating powder provides the following benefits over mylar:
  • It costs less than plastic per linear foot/meter
  • Epoxy has higher operating temperature
  • Epoxy can be used on Odd Shaped Parts