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PHENOLICS for the electronics industry

Bakelite® phenolic chemicals for the electronics industry are available in a range of viscosities to meet your specific processing needs. In addition, our epoxy hardeners are used as curing agents for epoxy resins in molding compounds, copper-clad laminates, and electrical applications.

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ELECTRONICS CHEMICALS - ELECTRONICS

ELECTRONICS Sample Applications Characteristics Viscosity, @25°C, cps Solvent / Water § Solids/Non-Volatiles, % Phenol, % Formaldehyde, % Water, %
Bakelite® 5168 Low conductivity for electrical insulations Low conductivity • Easy processing • Strength 400 – 1,200 Methanol 55 – 59 8 - 10 1.0 max. 5 -11
Bakelite® 5236M Circuit boards and their components, high temperature applications, laminates Low smoke generation • Strength • Fire resistance • Meets the requirements of Military Specification MIL-R-9299C, Type II, Class 2 Grades A & B and Military Specification 64154B 300 – 800 Methanol/ Ethanol 60 – 65 5 - 12 2.0 max. 5 - 9
Bakelite® 5236H Circuit boards and their components, high temperature applications, laminates Same properties as Bakelite® 5236M but with higher processing viscosity 1,000 – 2,000 Methanol/ Ethanol 68 – 72 5 - 12 2.0 max. 5 - 9

ELECTRONICS CHEMICALS - EPOXY HARDENER (PHENOLIC NOVOLAC)

EPOXY HARDENER (PHENOLIC NOVOLAC) Form Melt Viscosity @150 °C, cPs Softening Point, °C HEW* (g/eq OH) Stroke Cure† @ 150 °C, sec (%2 MI) Tg† DSC (°C)
Bakelite® 2056 Flake 1,300 – 1,700 99 – 110 104 107 (0.5) 146
Bakelite® 2074 Flake 2,800 - 6,500 110 - 118 104 97 (0.5) 154

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