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3M™ Scotchcast™ Electrical Resin 260, 44.1 lb.(20 kg.)

  • 3M ID 7100024957

Has 12 to 16-second gel time at 380 °F (193 °C)

Useful for moisture-proofing and insulating armatures, stators, buss bars and toroid cores

Withstands temperatures of 356 °F (180 °C)

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  • Has 12 to 16-second gel time at 380 °F (193 °C)
  • Useful for moisture-proofing and insulating armatures, stators, buss bars and toroid cores
  • Withstands temperatures of 356 °F (180 °C)
  • Compatible with electrostatic spray, fluid bed dip and venturi spray‎
  • Heat-, chemical- and moisture-resistant
  • UL Listed, EIS Approved and RoHS 2011/65/EU Compliant‎

The 3M™ Scotchcast™ Electrical Resin 260 is a 1-part powder resin used for coating flat surfaces, corners and high points. This general-purpose epoxy-based, powder resin has a very low viscosity property, that makes it easy to infuse on any surface. The resin melts when it's heated, it flows to a controlled extent and then cures, bonding to the surface in a uniform, thick coating.

The 3M™ Scotchcast™ Electrical Resin 260 has a low gel point rating to ensure a quick curing process. The resin is made from a fusion blend process which offers the components necessary to provide a complete cure and meet required performance properties. It provides a continuous, tough moisture and chemical resistant dielectric coating to a variety of substrates. It is ideal for applications that need excellent thermal shock and mechanical shock resistance. Its high dielectric strength offers excellent electrical insulating property to the resin, thus making it an ideal insulator for creating a barrier between 2 conductors. UL Listed and RoHS 2011/65/EU Compliant.

Suggested applications
  • Moisture-proofing and insulating armatures, stators, buss bars and toroid cores

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