Pot­ting resins

Our Dami­val® and Dol­p­hon® pot­ting resins reli­ably pro­tect electric motors, elec­tro­nic assem­blies as well as com­pon­ents from envi­ron­men­tal influ­en­ces while pro­vi­ding an out­stan­ding heat dis­si­pa­tion. The latest pot­ting sys­tems are free of hazar­dous sub­s­tan­ces and fea­ture above-average tem­pe­ra­ture resis­tance cou­pled with hig­hest ther­mal conductivity.

The core com­pe­tence of Dol­ph’s® port­fo­lio is repre­sen­ted by hot- and cold-curing solu­ti­ons based on epoxy and poly­ure­thane, which can be cus­to­mi­zed to the respec­tive app­li­ca­ti­ons and pro­ces­ses at the cus­to­mer’s request.

Pro­ducts and solu­ti­ons

When pro­tec­ting sen­si­tive com­pon­ents from exter­nal, envi­ron­men­tal influ­en­ces and vibra­tion, fle­xi­ble or soft cold-curing pot­ting solu­ti­ons are usually used.

Dol­ph’s® pot­ting resins offer easy pro­cessa­bi­lity and fast curing com­bi­ned with excep­tio­nal cycle and tem­pe­ra­ture resistance.

Typi­cal app­li­ca­ti­ons in the elec­tro­nics and auto­mo­tive indus­tries are the pro­tec­tion of elec­tro­nic assem­blies through excel­lent heat dis­si­pa­tion, as well as the fixa­tion of bat­tery cells.

Semi-fle­xi­ble pot­ting resins are usually used for the reli­able pro­tec­tion of electri­cal and elec­tro­nic com­pon­ents such as motors, capa­ci­tors or even inductors.

Our cold- and hot-curing Dol­ph’s pot­ting resins are cha­rac­te­ri­zed by their extreme ease of pro­ces­sing com­bi­ned with high ther­mal con­duc­ti­vity, crack-free curing, and high cycle resistance.

Extre­mely hard and resistant pot­ting resins are mostly used to pro­tect engi­nes and gene­ra­tors that are sub­jec­ted to hig­her strain, such as those used in indus­trial app­li­ca­ti­ons but also in the luxury car seg­ment. Here, reli­able pro­tec­tion and excel­lent heat dis­si­pa­tion are cru­cial factors.

Our Dol­ph’s heat-curing pot­ting resins offer ease of pro­ces­sing cou­pled with supe­rior ther­mal con­duc­ti­vity. They also fea­ture crack-free curing to improve effi­ci­ency and reduce par­tial discharges.