Epoxy Resins for Electrical Insulators(UL Certified Flame-retardant Epoxy Resins)
Since receiving UL standards certification in 1977, we have been developing and selling highly reliable flame-retardant epoxy resins for over 20 years. Furthermore, in recent years we have been preparing non-halogen based flame-retardant systems in response to the growing awareness of environmental problems.
Mold Casting Resins for Power Modules (PM)
With the increasing performance and functionality of power semiconductor devices (IGBT, IPM, etc.), the reliability demands of mold casting resins have been gradually growing. The mold casting resins for PMs developed by our company offer excellent workability for mold casting, and the hardened product offers excellent heat resistance (high Tg) and low thermal expansion.
Example applications: Power semiconductors (vehicles and industry)
Flexible Epoxy Resins for Electronic Component Mold Casting
These are flexible epoxy resins that offer excellent heat cycle durability and moisture resistance for mold casting of various electronic components equipped with ceramic substrates, ferrite cores, etc. The main applications include focus resistors, transformers for HID lamps, power supply transformers, etc., and these are also suitable for various other mold casting applications that demand crack resistance.
Example applications: Transformer coils (vehicles, industry, household appliances)
Epoxy Resins for Battery Sealant
Epoxy resin is used as the adhesive for the battery case and lid and for sealing the terminals in sealed lead-acid batteries which use dilute sulfuric acid as the battery fluid. This offers excellent adhesion with the ABS resin used as the case material and excellent chemical resistance particularly for sulfuric acid resistance, and can also be used for a wide variety of other applications.
Example applications: Lead-acid batteries (automobiles and industry)
Other Example Applications
Film capacitors for devices, high voltage ceramic capacitors, noise filters, compact transformers, PCBs