ACC Silicones Europe to Exhibit Specialised Silicone Materials at Lps 2017

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he event includes a full 3-day programme of presentations, workshops and forums covering all aspects of the latest LED technologies running alongside the expo which has attracted over 100 exhibitors.

ACC Silicones Europe has been manufacturing silicone compounds for over 40 years. During that time, we have acquired a great deal of experience and expertise and have gained an enviable reputation for producing high quality materials which have been proven to 
perform to a very high standard in the most demanding applications.

We have used our extensive expertise in the manufacture of silicones to formulate specialised silicone materials for use in all areas of LED and lighting, from chip bonding to large module assemblies, which are known for their temperature and UV resistance. Products include optically clear gels and encapsulants to ensure high levels of light transmission as well as environmental protection, low outgassing adhesives and sealants and conformal coatings for PCB protection.

Our SILCOTHERM® range comprises of a wide variety of silicone products which have been specially formulated, with added thermally conductive particles, to produce materials which effectively transfer heat as well as performing their primary function.

Frank Geerdsen, VP Sales & Marketing, stated “LED lighting is an important market for us and we are pleased to be supporting this event for the 2nd year in a row. Last year was a great success for us and we were able to offer solutions to a number of manufacturers for a range of applications. We hope to repeat that success this year and look forward to meeting many more manufacturers and designers at our booth, B6.”

ACC Silicones Europe offers formulations specially developed to meet specific customer requirements and qualified, experienced sales and technical staff are readily available to make site visits throughout Europe and advise on product selection and production methods. 

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