Shin-Etsu's SMP-5008 PGMEA-M3 is a single component, heat cure primer that will cure to form an elastomeric layer that aides in bonding epoxy molding resins to metal lead frames for LED applications. SMP-5008 PGMEA-M3 is diluted with propylene glycol monomethylether acetate, which is driven off during the first two steps of the curing process.
- Exceptional adhesion between epoxy resins and metal lead frames
- Low elastic modulus to relieve stress from epoxy resins
- Single component
- Heat cure
- Primer for increasing adhesion between epoxy molding resins and metal lead frames
Density @ 23C (g/cm3)
Propylene Glycol Monomethyether Acetate
Tensile Strength (MPa)
Volume Resistivity (TΩ·m)
Dielectric Strength (kV/mm)
2.8 @ 50Hz
Dielectric Dissipation Factor
3.2 x 10-3 @ 50Hz
Coefficient of Linear Expansion α1 (ppm)
Usable Temperature Range (C)
-40 to +180
Note: Values are not for specification purposes.
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