Dylon Industries Inc. has developed a new electrically insulating ceramic cement, Grade C-13, which is used as a potting compound for electronic applications. The new material is being used to pot and coat electric resistors, thermocouples and transformers; to seal ends of capacitors; and to cement insulators and ignitors to metals, glass and other ceramics. The new compound prevents the loosening of components that have been potted in the cement. Grade C-13 is very resistant to thermal shock and can withstand rapid heating or cooling at wide temperature fluctuations. Due to the high-density structure and low porosity of the cured cement, the compound has low permeability to gases.
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