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Elantas Conathane® CC-1194 (Conap) Polyurethane Dielectric Conformal Coating
Categories: Polymer; Adhesive; Thermoset; Polyurethane, TS; Thermoset Polyurethane, Adhesive

Material Notes:
Dielectric Conformal Coatings for Electronics
Cytec dielectric conformal coatings are the most widely used conformal coatings in industry today for such divergent applications as aircraft avionics, instrumentation (industrial and military), missiles, spacecraft, fire and smoke detectors as well as coatings for electronic components, coils and transformers. And no small reason why -- all of the coatings described have been specifically formulated as dielectric insulating coatings to provide the user the ultimate protection available for his electronic assemblies; be it environmental (dirt, dust, humidity, fungus, temperature extremes, etc) or electrical insulation of conductors. These coatings are not designed for use as floor coatings or other general purpose uses; they have been produced under essentially "clean-room" conditions using raw materials with a minimum of ionizable impurities which would detract from their insulating qualities.

Cytec (Conap) CC-1194 Conathane® Polyurethane Dielectric Conformal Coating
  • Single Component
  • Passes Thermal Shock Test (MIL-I-46058C)
  • Non-Nutrient Fungus Resistance (MIL-I-46058C)
  • Passes Flexibility Test (1/8" Mandrel Bend) (MIL-I-46058C)
  • Very Good Chemical and Solvent Resistance
  • Moisture Cure (must have a minimum of 30% relative humidity to fully cure)
Cure Type: Moisture

Information provided by Cytec, subsequently acquired by Elantas.

Vendors:
Available Properties
  • Solids Content
  • Viscosity
  • Electrical Resistivity, Insulation Resistance; Recovery, 24 hrs after 10-day Cycling (25°C, 50% Relative Humidity)
  • Electrical Resistivity, Initial Insulation Resistance (50% Relative Humidity)
  • Electrical Resistivity, Insulation Resistance During 10th day Cycling (95% Relative Humidity)
  • Dielectric Constant, ASTM D150
  • Dissipation Factor, ASTM D150
  • Maximum Service Temperature, Air
  • Minimum Service Temperature, Air
  • Flash Point, (TCC)
  • Cure Time
  • Cure Time
  • Tack-Free Time
  • Shelf Life, Shelf Life Time at 25°C in original, unopened containers.
  
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Elantas; Former Cytec product

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