Axalta Introduces Epoxy-Based Casting Resin System with High Thermal Stability

Axalta launches Voltacast 3310/Voltacast H134, a new epoxy-based casting resin system that expands the Voltacast product portfolio of casting resins from Axalta’s Energy Solutions business.

New Epoxy Resin in Energy Solutions Portfolio

Voltacast 3310 is specifically designed to offer high thermal stability in combination with high thermal conductivity for winding head encapsulation or total stator encapsulation of electric motors, like servo drives or large machine tools.

“We are always looking to expand our product portfolios and to meet the ever-evolving needs of our customers,” explains Christoph Lomoschitz, Global Product Manager for Axalta’s Energy Solutions business. “Voltacast 3310 ensures outstanding resistance to a variety of automatic transmission fluid oils used in electric vehicles, and its high thermal conductivity in combination with oil cooling of electric motors allows maximum heat dissipation.”

Voltacast 3310/Voltacast H134’s Anhydride-Free System

Voltacast 3310/Voltacast H134’s anhydride-free system can be cured at room temperature or preferably at temperatures up to 70 ºC. The cured material is flame retardant, fulfilling the requirements of Underwriters Laboratories (UL) standard 94, class V0, and will shortly receive official UL recognition.

Voltacast 3300

The new Voltacast 3300 range is comprised of two-component systems – an epoxy resin and a hardener.

The products of the Voltacast 3300 range offer superior thermal conductivity, from 1.2 W/mK up to 1.6 W/mK, without compromising an easy and safe application, as the processing viscosities are only 2200 mPa*s to 2400 mPa*s at room temperature. The new Voltacast materials are very versatile, with glass transition temperatures of 24 ºC, 60 ºC and 95 ºC, depending on the final application requirements.

Lomoschitz concludes, “We will be showing our full range of Voltacast products at the Coil Winding Expo (CWIEME) in Berlin, Germany, from 21 to 23 May on stand A19, Hall 3.2 where we will be happy to discuss them and how they fit into our entire Energy Solutions portfolio.”

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