In addition to the polyvinylbutyral and polyamide self bonding adhesive types, Elektrisola offers a variety of other bond coats.  Most of the bond coats described below are modified polyamides that meet very high thermal requirements. The high temperature stability that distinguishes these bond coats, make them more difficult to process. On the other hand,  their improved thermal properties and higher resoftening temperatures may be important considerations for certain coil applications.

Enamel properties

 Chemical base of selfbonding enamelSelfbonding typeSuitability of bonding methodsRecommended bonding conditionsFeaturesApplications
   Hot airOvenSolventElec. currentOven bonding temperatureSolvent type  
Othersmod. PolyamideRT++++--++180-220°CN/AstiffLoudspeakers, vibration motors
mod. PolyamideST++++--++190°CN/AGood winding ability, thermosetting applicableHigh power speaker, vibration motors
mod. PolyamideTT++++++180-220°CEthanolsolvent bonding type, very good thermal properties, thermosetting possibleHigh power speaker
mod. PolyesterVT--++--++270°CN/AVery high resoftening temperature, sterilisable by autoclave, UV resistantMilitary applications, space applications, medical applications
mod. PolyamideQT++++--+210°CN/AWide process window, high bonding strength, very high resoftening temperature, low outgassing, non-hygroscopicVCM for HDD, motors, high power speaker for mobile phones

Resoftening characteristics (before/after thermosetting process)

Bonding characteristics

Hot air bonding characteristics

Oven Bonding Characteristics