SynChem – Resins & Varnishes WEVOPUR 7210 FL PU encapsulating system

Two-component encapsulating system based on polyurethane.

The resin component contains a mineral filler providing the material with self-extinguish properties. The resin contains no halogenated flame-retardants. The cured polymer exhibits tough properties. The product processes a high thermal distortion temperature.

Temperature range of use: -40 °C to +145 °C
Wevopur 7210 FL is used with hardener WEVONAT 507.

 

 

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Application

Encapsulation of electrical components for medium and high voltage applications.

Standards

  • Class B
  • RoHS compliant acc. to 2011/65/EU
  • UL 94 V 0 (6 mm)
  • UL File E 108835

Delivery forms

30 kg metal container and 250 kg barrel. (5 kg and 10 kg units on request)

Color

WEVOPUR 7210 FL: black (standard)
WEVONAT 507: brown

Storage

6 months in closed containers, dry storage at 15 to 25 °C.

Store resin (A component, polyol) and hardener (B component, Isocyanat) dry and at temperatures between 15 °C and 25 °C. Store on pallets or collecting tray and do not expose to draft. At temperatures below 15 °C the hardener can crystallise which can be seen by opacity and/or clumps/crystals (usually hardeners are clear, transparent liquids in spite of their dark brown colour). In this case the hardener should not be used anymore.  At temperatures higher then 25 °C the sedimentation of fillers contained in the resin component is accelerated. As a consequence it is more difficult to prepare (stir) the resin.

Hardening

  • Pot life: 20-35 min at room temperature, depending on coat thickness and pouring volume.
  • Curing time: 12-24 h at room temperature.
  • Complete chemical curing: 10-14 days at room temperature
  •  High air moisture may lead to forming of bubbles. Reference value: the rel. air humidity should not exceed 40-60 %, depending on the product.To avoid a reaction of the surface curing should be in an air conditioned room, a container with low air moisture or in an oven. Elevated temperatures accelerate the curing. Curing temperature should not exceed 80 °C to avoid tensions of the resin.
  • Final hardness of WEVOPUR 7210 FL will be attained after 7–14 days at room temperature. This process can be accelerated by post curing at 60-80 °C for 16-24 h. This is relevant for potted components subjec to qualification tests. Electrical tests can usually be carried out straight after potting.

Protection

Observe the common protective measures acc. to EG safety data sheets and the data sheet M044 of the German Chemical Industry Association (BG Chemie) when using the liquid resin.

Cleaning

Since the cured resin is practically insoluble, tools and equipment have to be cleaned in sufficient time.

Processing

  • Respect first in – first out principle.
  • Transfer daily consumption close to the potting area well in advance to allow them to adjust to production hall temperature. Cold material has higher viscosity and flows slower/differently. This can lead to different material pressure on the mix meter machine and thus to inaccurate mix ratio.
  • The filler of WEVOPUR 7210 FL may sediment. Therefore WEVOPUR 7210 FL needs to be homogenized (stirred) prior to use. Homogenize by using e.g. special stir gears (cup stir is better than blade mixing), a drilling machine with top-fitted stir piece or manually with a rod or spatula (no rough-textured wood, splints could get into the resin). Avoid air entrapment during stirring which may lead to humidity (drilling machine with top-fitted stir piece with 100 – 300 rpm). The sedimented filler needs to be completely homogenized (incl. possible bottom sediments).
  • Without sufficient homogenization the top part of the container will contain too much resin (reactive component) and in the lower part too much filler. This leads to over/ under cross-linking. The resulting cured polyurethane will be too hard or too soft and shows different mechanical, thermal and electrical properties as indicated in the technical data sheet.
  • Protect both resin and hardener against humidity.
  • After homogenization the incorporated air can be removed by using vacuum.  Place WEVOPUR 7210 FL in the tank and apply vacuum (50 bar) for approx. 30 min while stirring.
  • The mixing ratio should be checked and documented daily prior to start of production. Even after short breaks in production it might be useful to check the mixing ratio. Also, the density (dosage of WEVOPUR 7210 FL through mixing head) should be checked. The mixing ratio indicated in the technical data sheets has to be adhered to. Deviations must not be more than 3 % referring to the hardener component.
  • Excess hardener can react with humidity leading to formation of carbon dioxide and therefore to air entrapments. Furthermore excess hardener usually leads to harder material. Excess resin acts as a softener. However, a minor low dosage of hardener is usually less critical than an overdosage. It is not recommended to deviate from the ideal mixing ratio to change the material properties.

Preparation of components

  • Humidity adheres to every metal or plastic surface. Because humidity may lead to air entrapment during curing it might be necessary to dry components prior to encapsulating. It is sufficient to dry components for 1-2 hours at 60–80 °C in the oven. Pre-drying is particularly important for coilable materials.
  • The sensitivity of encapsulating systems and hardeners against humidity and the humidity content of various plastic surfaces varies. Please consult with Synflex regarding isolated cases.
  • Pre-heating of components has a positive influence on the flow behaviour of the resin. The warm component heats up the resin thus lowering viscosity. The resin penetrates the component faster and displaced air can ascent faster. The higher the component’s temperature, the better the resin flows. Component temperatures of up to 80 °C do not affect the uncured resin.
  • Pre-heated components do also accelerate curing.

Technical data

Mechanical
Property Unit of measure Values  Test method 
Shore-D-hardness    85-90 acc. ISO 7619-1
Tensile strength  N/mm²  54 ISO 527-2
Elongation at break  2 ISO 527-2
E module  N/mm²  5500 ISO 527-2
Thermal
Property Unit of measure Condition  Values  Test method 
Heat conductivity  W/m*K    0.55 DIN 22007-2:2008
Glass transition temperature  °C    85 TMA
Coefficient of expansion  ppm/K  <70 54 TMA
Coeficient of expansion  ppm/K  >100 151 TMA
Thermal class      B DIN EN 60085
Chemical
Property Unit of measure Condition  Values  Test method 
Water absorption  after 30 days storage 0.3  
Burning behavior    6 mm V-0 UL 94
Liquid phase
Property Unit of measure WEVOPUR 7210 FL  WEVONAT 507  Resin-/hardener-mixture  Test method 
Mixing ratio  Gew-%  100 weight-% 43 weight-%    
Viscosity (22 °C)  mPas  7,000-8,500   400-600  
Density (22 °C)  g/cm³  1.53-1.57 1.20-1.24    
Electrical
Property Unit of measure Condition  Values  Test method 
Dielectric strength  kV/mm    34 IEC 60243
Specific volume resistance  Ω*cm  at 23 °C / 50 % RH 10^14 DIN EN 62631-3-1:2016
Surface resistivity  Ω  at 23 °C / 50 % r.H. 10^17 DIN EN 62631-3-1:2016
Dielectric constant (AC, 23 °C, 50 Hz)      3.7 DIN EN 60250
Dielectric constant &epsilon; at 1 kHz, 23 °C      3.6 DIN EN 60250
Dielectric constant &epsilon; at 1 MHz, 23 °C      3.5 DIN EN 60250
Dielectric loss factor at (AC, 23 °C, 50 Hz)      0.01 DIN EN 60250
Dielectric loss factor tan &#1073; at 1 kHz, 23 °C      0.009 DIN EN 60250
Dielectric loss factor tan &#1073; at 1 MHz, 23 °C      0.013 DIN EN 60250
Creep resistance      CTI 600 DIN EN 60112
Glowing wire test
Property Unit of measure Condition  Values  Test method 
Glowing wire test  °C  6 mm 960 / 825 IEC 60695-2-12/-13, GWFI/GWIT