Bondable coatings can be applied to bare wire or as a second coat over the top of any of the insulations that are offered. The amount of coating applied can be standard NEMA or JIS build or thinner amounts as required.
If a special coating or insulation is required Alleima will work with you to develop a process for its use. Alleima has, for example, developed low out-gassing, high-temperature, self-bondable coatings specifically designed for the hard disk drive industry to reduce contamination and deliver good resonance performance.
|Description||Maximum usage temperature*||Bonding technique|
|Bond B||Thermoplastic polyvinyl butyral||100°C (210°F)||Methanol, acetone or heat activated|
|Bond CJL||Thermoplastic polyester||Acetone, methyl ethyl ketone or heat activated|
|Bond E1||Thermoplastic epoxy||130°C (265°F)||Acetone, MEK or heat activated|
|Bond MA||Thermoplastic polyamide||155°C (310°F)||Methyl alcohol, isopropyl alcohol or heat activated|
|Bond TT||Thermoplastic polyamide||Isopropyl alcohol or heat activated|
|Bond XTS||Thermosetting epoxy||155°C (310°F)||MEK or heat activated|
|Bond XTC||Thermoplastic polyamide||200°C (390°F)||Heat activated|
|Bond MA50**||Thermoplastic polyamide||200°C (390°F)||Methyl alcohol or heat activated|
* The maximum usage temperature is based on the temperature at which the adhesive retains 5 - 10% of it's room temperature strength.
** Contact us for more information.
Alleima provides several types of metallic coatings such as anodizing,electroplating and electropolishing. As a standard, Alleima offers electroplating treatments with silver, rhodium, palladium, copper, gold, fine gold, tin, and nickel. And with our ability to electroplate micro components we can make state of the art metallic coatings on very small parts but also other types of electroplating can be manufactured on request. Additionally, Alleima works with cladding and cladded alloys.