Grafenberg, Germany - High growth in India, including strong automotive growth, is one reason Rampf Group is exhibiting at Electronica and Productronica 2010, to be held 7-10 Sept in Bangalore (hall 1, booth 1244). The group will highlight its electrical casting resin Raku-Pur21-W41/13-6, which it claims is extremely resistant to thermal shocks, as well as its new compact dispensing system C-DSE.
At the Bangalore event, Rampf Giessharze (casting resins) will present its complete range of electrical casting resins, which it says are "extremely robust materials made of polyurethane, silicone and epoxy," with high resistance to thermal shocks.
One use is for active and passive protection of electronic components around the engine compartment of motor vehicles.
"Constantly increasing demands on temperature and thermal shock resistance, better and better low temperature flexibility and improved adhesion properties - the benchmark in the automotive, appliance and electronics industry is high. Also in the Indian market, the trend is to use high-quality technologies," said Dr Klaus Schamel, ceo of Rampf Giessharze, in the company's 14 July announcement.
Rampf describes the two-component polyurethane Raku-Pur21-W41/13-6 as a "very innovative product." Not only is it compliant with the RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) directive, the material has low viscosity and is easy to process.
Rampf's new compact dispensing system C- DSE will also be on display. This low-pressure metering and dispensing machine will cast printed circuit boards with Raku-Pur 21-W41/13-6. The presentation will allow interested visitors to "become familiar with our technology," said Hartmut Storz, sales and marketing director of Rampf Dosiertechnik.
C-DSE is a compact mobile dispensing system for manual casting of components which and can be adapted to the deal with diverse static miscible casting materials, even sedimenting ones, or those filled with abrasives can be handled safely, the company says.
Rampf's products are available in India from its partners PrasolChemicals and Sanika Consultancy, who are also participating in theshow.