Polyurethane can be used in electronics as an insulating material to protect electronic components from environmental damage, such as moisture, dust, vibration, and impact.

Polyurethane can be applied to electronics in various forms, such as coating, encapsulation, or sealing. It is used to protect electronic components, such as printed circuit boards, connectors, wires, sensors, and microchips, against adverse environmental conditions that could affect the performance or lifespan of the device.

Polyurethane coating is applied to electronic components to protect the surface against corrosion, abrasion, moisture, and other contaminants. Polyurethane encapsulation is used to shield electronic components from mechanical and environmental damage, providing a sturdy and durable enclosure that prevents the entry of moisture and other contaminants. Lastly, polyurethane sealing is used to seal electronic components and prevent the entry of water or other contaminants.

In summary, polyurethane is a highly useful material in safeguarding electronic components from environmental damage and can be used in various forms, depending on the specific application.

What is our role in the electronics industry?

Today, Zanathane develops products for the electronics line, ranging from structure to polyurethane seals. Our greatest differentiator is that, in addition to developing the product, we also provide comprehensive technical, logistical, and quality support!

And why is Polyurethane important for this industry?

The truth is that it enables the usability of technologies where it is applied. Therefore, it also helps ensure quality, which is Zanathane’s primary focus! This is because we have an extremely complete and qualified technical team and laboratory to conduct all polyurethane tests, ensuring the quality and safety of all materials!