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White Paper: Polymeric Systems Bring Clarity to Optical Applications

Some optical assembly applications require optical clarity across a certain wavelength, while others require an opaque coating. Optical grade epoxies, silicones and UV curable coatings provide the versatility to adhere well to a wide variety of substrates and display the critical performance properties required. Learn more about optical transmission, refractive indices, temperature and humidity testing, and more, plus the roles these measurements play in choosing an effective and reliable optical polymer system.

Optical grade epoxies, silicones, and UV curable compounds offer engineers great versatility for bonding, sealing, coating, and encapsulation applications. These systems adhere well to diverse substrates, and offer excellent temperature resistance, stress relief, and protection from moisture and other corrosive elements. These materials play an integral role not only in conventional fiber optics and optoelectronics systems, but also in various specialty medical, military, and aerospace devices.

 

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