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3M™ Scotchcast™ Electrical Insulating and Sealing Compound 2104A, 3.46 oz (98g)

3M ID 7100003209
  • Excellent wetting properties and low viscosity
  • Flows well, even at low temperatures, eliminating voids
  • Tough and semi-flexible
  • Room temperature cure
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Specifications
Brand
Scotchcast™
Colour Family
Green
Cure Method
Room
Dielectric Strength (V/mil)
524 V/mil
Elongation
98 %
Flexibility
Flexible
Form
Liquid
Gel Time
18 Minutes at 73°F (23°C)
Hardness
70 Shore A
Manufacturing Origin
USA
Material
Polyurethane
Maximum Operating Temperature
130 Degree Celsius
Product Key
BRES BULK RESINS FJC
Resin Matrix
Unfilled
Temperature Rating
Class B
Tensile Strength (Imperial)
444 Pound-Force Per Square Inch
Units per Case
10
Details
  • Excellent wetting properties and low viscosity
  • Flows well, even at low temperatures, eliminating voids
  • Tough and semi-flexible
  • Room temperature cure
  • Packaged in convenient 3M two part Unipak bag for easy mixing and pouring
  • Withstands a voltage rating of 1 kV or less
  • Withstands a voltage rating of 1 kV or less

The 3M™ Scotchcast™ Electrical Insulating and Sealing Compound is a two-part, low-viscosity polyurethane for permanent splice protection.

The 3M™ Scotchcast™ Electrical Insulating Resin 2104 is a hard, two-part, polyurethane resin encapsulate designed specifically for permanent splice protection. It is formulated for virtually every electrical application requiring hard, non-re-enterable resin with good handling and performance characteristics. The resin is also used as the insulating material for cable splices operating at 1000 volts or less and is rated for continuous use at 90°C with an overload rating of 130°C. It may be stocked to cover all hard resin needs, ending the need for multiple encapsulate inventories. Gel time is 18 minutes at 23°C.

Suggested Applications

  • Replace or repair jacket of single and multi–core power cables
  • Seal the crotch or sheath when terminating multi–core cables
  • Insulate between conductors of multi–core splices operating at 1000 volts or less