Intertronics Launches SpeedMask® 726-SC UV-curable Masking Resin for Industrial Coating
- Jul 26, 2012
KIDLINGTON, United Kingdom -- Following the growth trend in use of UV/visible light curable masking resins, Intertronics launches SpeedMask® 726-SC from DYMAX. This masking agent is formulated to provide excellent surface protection of turbine engine components, orthopaedic implants, and metal components during plating, plasma spray grit, blasting, anodizing, decorative etching and powder-coating processes. Formulated with the patented See-Cure technology, 726-SC starts out bright blue in its uncured state, making it easy to see and enabling simple confirmation of quantity and location of placement. The blue transitions to pink upon exposure to sufficient light energy, indicating cure has been achieved, providing visual confirmation that the mask has received a sufficient dose of energy to reach cure. DYMAX 726-SC also has the ability to remain flexible at higher temperature processes up to 204°C.
SpeedMask 726-SC is recommended for surfaces such as nickel alloys, steel, stainless steel, aluminium, titanium, cobalt and glass. It can be applied by spraying, dipping, or coating and is easily integrated into automated systems. Its ability to cure quickly and be easily removed helps lower processing costs and increase throughput.
SpeedMask 726-SC cures in seconds and is easily removable using a hot water soak leaving no residue on the component surface. It is in full compliance with RoHS Directives 2002/95/EC and 2003/11/EC.
Intertronics was established in 1979, originally to sell hand soldering consumables - not just as a distributor but as a proactive and reliable supplier. From its original focused market place of PCB assembly and fabrication companies, they have diversified to cover the range of high technology, high performance assembly industries. Their customers are involved in electronics, medical devices, optics, automotive, defence, pharmaceuticals and the like.
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