A paint or coating that dries in the presence of atmospheric moisture is known as a moisture-cured paint or coating.
It reacts chemically with the moisture in the air to create a protective coating.The majority of adhesives are solvent- or latex-based.
When the water in latex adhesives evaporates, they become cured. When the solvent in solvent-based adhesives evaporates, the glue hardens.
A third kind of adhesives, known as moisture-curing adhesives, cures by interacting with moisture in the air or the substrate.
The waterproofing compounds known as moisture-curing sealants have unique qualities. These distinctive qualities come from their vulcanization-based production technique, among other things.
The Global Moisture curing coating market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH
Launch of Next-Generation UV Cure Coatings by Electrolube at SMTConnect At the SMTConnect event in Nuremberg, which is being held at the Nuremberg Messe, seven next-generation UV cure conformal coating products will be introduced for the first time in Europe.
The exciting new UVCL line was created by Electrolube, a leading manufacturer of electro-chemicals, to fulfil the diverse needs of LED, LED lighting, and automotive manufacturers.
It also has the advantage of significantly reducing manufacturing time and providing even better levels of performance.
The senior technical team from Electrolube will be on hand to answer questions about the benefits and features of the new UV cure coating line.
The UVCL product line offers a single component, medium-low viscosity dual cure coating with secondary moisture cure for thorough curing in shadow areas. UVCL, which is offered in 5L containers, exhibits good electrical qualities and is VOC-free and non-flammable.
The coating offers a wide temperature range of operation and is prepared for selective spray application.
The UVCL line offers unparalleled performance in tough conditions, including resistance to breaking during thermal shock cycling, without using solvents or VOCs.
The fundamental advantage of Electrolube’s UV Cure coatings is that boards can be handled right away, and the chemical secondary cure mechanism guarantees full cure in 6–12 hours.
The majority of currently available UV cure systems on the market call for minimum moisture secondary cure durations of 8–14+ days, but the new UVCL range allows for drastically decreased Work In Progress.
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