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VERSATILE COATING CAN BE SPRAYED, DIPPED OR BRUSHED

09-11-2017
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HFAC is flexible and transparent

HFAC is an all-new halogen-free acrylic conformal coating from Electrolube, and has been developed specifically to address concerns with chlorinated and bromininated flame retardants that can created hazardous and highly corrosive emissions during a fire.

HFAC is flexible and transparent with improved flame retardancy, excellent clarity and UV resistance, making it ideal for use in LED applications. The versatile UL94V0-approved coating can be sprayed, dipped or brushed, and can be easily removed for rework using Electrolube’s ULS Ultrasolve.

HFAC was created as an alternative version of Electrolube’s highly popular AFA aromatic-free acrylic coating in response to demand for a halogen-free coating product. Its properties are much the same as the AFA coating range, which includes being free of aromatic solvents, offering a wide operating temperature range, a UV trace to aid inspection and fast touch-dry time at room temperature.

Electrolube Australia
02 9938 1566
www.electrolube.com.au

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