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Potting, Sealing Materials

Photonics Spectra
Apr 2010
Shin-Etsu Silicones of AmericaRequest Info
Shin-Etsu Silicones of America has introduced silicone-based potting and sealing materials. The KE-200, -200F, -210 and -210F two-component potting materials are designed to weatherproof solar panel junction boxes. They quickly cure at room temperature, making the junction box corrosion- and moisture-proof. Benefits include good adhesion to various substrates, good heat stability, no reversion under airtight conditions, high dielectric breakdown strength and easy reparability. The KE-45, -4828 and -220 one- and two-component silicone sealants seal the junction box to the back sheet and provide a waterproof seal between the photovoltaic panel and the frame. They adhere strongly to materials such as polyvinyl fluoride and polyethylene terephthalate, cure quickly at room temperature, and provide good weatherability and electrical insulation.


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