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UV Epoxy "Shadow Curing"

By Cova Scientific • February 29, 2016

UV curing products are typically limited to applications in which light can reach 100% of the material. However UV epoxies can achieve some "shadow curing"

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Although photoinitiators are highly specialized and useful chemicals to a polymer chemist, there are many examples of these chemicals in nature.

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A conformal coating is a thin film used to enhance the performance of electronic assemblies. Multiple base chemistry, cure, and applications options exist.

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Most UV curing polymers set through free radical polymerization. Several methods exist to reduce oxygen inhibition of these types of products.

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Free Radical Polymerization

By Cova Scientific • February 24, 2016

Free radical polymerization is a chemical process in which polymers are formed through the successive binding of free radical components.

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The unique chemistry of UV cure epoxy systems allows polymer formulators to create durable yet fast setting adhesive & sealant products.

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To outline the technical capabilities of UV adhesives & sealants in industrial and specialty applications we've created the following infographic.

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Outgassing (also known as offgassing) occurs when gas is released from adhesives, encapsulants, lubricants, sealants, and other materials.

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Considering a UV curing system for your manufacturing process? Our Ultimate UV Resin Guide will help you research and select the right product!

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Cova Scientific is dedicated to helping corporate engineers connect with specialty adhesive & sealant formulators on the web. Find out where the COVA in Cova Scientific comes from.

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