Laird Technologies has added three new products to its EMI Sentry form-in-place gasket family, designed to increase the durability and longevity of assemblies.
This top-of-the-line Form-In-Place gasket family provides EMI shielding while offering heat and humidity resistance, excellent adhesion strength, and a minimal compression set. These qualities improve reliability by increasing the durability and longevity of assemblies. In addition, fast handling and rapid curing speed up productivity, while increased softness offers the cost saving advantage of volume dispensing.
The three new gasket products are composed of specially-designed pastes which can be dispensed onto a metal or plastic substrate:
SNC70-HXP — consists of nickel/graphite-filled silicone that cures at HTV (High Temperature Vulcanization)
SNC70-RXP — consists of nickel/graphite-filled silicone that cures at RTV (Room Temperature Vulcanization)
SNN60-RXP — consists of silver/nickel-filled silicone that cures at RTV (Room Temperature Vulcanization)
The latest EMI Sentry FIP additions of the SNC70-RXP, SNC70-HXP, and SNN60-RXP offer the industry a cost-effective and high-performing solution, said Scott Stephan, Laird Technologies EMI Product Director. They are high performing products suitable for todays market, meeting high temperature requirements while providing excellent EMI shielding in demanding applications.
The EMI Sentry gasket family is ideal for the handset, base station, military, and consumer electronics markets.