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New Encapsulation Resins from Electrolube Tailored for Indian Market

Electrolube launches a brand new series of encapsulation resins tailored for the Indian market.

Electrolube and ER6007

Formulated at the company’s manufacturing facility in Bangalore, the new resins have been produced using local materials to ensure highly competitive pricing and short lead times.

The series of encapsulation resins from Electrolube was developed with technical support and key local knowledge.

Electrolube’s Indian team identified local customers’ requirements in terms of budgetary restraints and production methodologies, and created five cost-effective new resins with higher specifications than existing products on the market.

Key Nuggets of the New Electrolube’s Encapsulants:

  • The new encapsulants also carry a full seal of approval from the UK parent company for quality and innovation compliant with internationally recognised standards.
  • The new resins not only deliver on affordability, but also offer customers excellent, high-performance alternatives to existing resin products from brands such as Dow Corning and Elantas.
  • Electrolube’s new silicone encapsulation resins, SC4004 and SC4003, are highly suited for automotive and power supply applications.
  • SC4004, an alternative solution to Dow Corning’s CN-8760, has a high level of thermal conductivity (1.0 W/m.K) enabling efficient heat dissipation and is suitable for wide temperature range – up to +2200C for short excursions of up to 30 minutes.
  • SC4003 has a temperature range of -60 to +2000C (up to +2200C for short excursions of up to 30 minutes) and meets UL94 V-0.
  • Both silicone products feature user friendly 1:1 ratios with the added benefit of fast cure mechanisms at room temperature and are very competitively priced, considering the market’s increasing silicone prices.
  • ER6003, an effective alternative to  Shimokote 9, offers a broad temperature range from -40 to +1600C (up to +1800C for short excursions of up to 30 minutes) and ER6004 ranges from -40 to +1800C (up to +2000C for short excursions of up to 30 minutes).
  • ER6004, a viable alternative to CN-8760 and Shimokote 11, is also unique within the family group of epoxy resins as it cures as a softer resin than usual. This feature allows the unit to be reworked or repaired if required, while still offering the same levels of protection.

The silicone-modified epoxy resin ER6007 is a repairable black resin mixed in a simple 1:1 ratio. The special characteristics of this encapsulation compound determine its suitability for LED drivers, power surge protection devices and power supplies. The temperature range is -40 to +1800C (up to +2000C for short excursions of up to 30 minutes) and the thermal conductivity level is 0.66 W/m.K.

Electrolube India’s General Manager, Padmanabha Shaktivelu, comments, “The innovative new resin solutions are a prime example of Electrolube’s dedicated approach to solving problems. With a strong ethos of both research and collaboration, we are continually developing new products, not only to ensure that the product is cost-effective and right for the job, but also to advise and help our customers choose the safest, most appropriate and economical method of application.”

Electrolube India is currently one of the group’s fastest growing subsidiaries and operates as an independent local enterprise with sales, manufacturing and technical support.  For further information about Electrolube’s newest resin solutions, please visit

Key Applications

The two-part, thermally conductive epoxy encapsulation resins, ER6003 and ER6004, are ideally suited to applications for rectifier regulators, CDI (Capacitor Discharge Ignition), electronic fuel injector circuit potting encapsulation, motor winding applications, cable gland potting and encapsulation of LED driver units. Good flow characteristics also enable effective potting of difficult and complex geometries.

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