Bonding + Joining
Double coated tapes are a lightweight, thin, and clean option for bonding and sealing components within the LED light enclosure. Materials often meet important UL specifications while offering a durable and robust bonding performance needed for the long life of LED enclosures.
Proper thermal management is critical to the longevity of LED lights. Die cut thermal interface materials offer consistent thickness and shape. They are quick and easy to install as opposed to messy thermal grease. Marian offers silicone and non-silicone thermally conductive components.
Light diffusing films can help light designers disperse or shape a light beam for a particular purpose. Die cut light diffusing lenses will fit directly into the LED light enclosure. Films diffuse hot spots and evenly distribute light. Marian can also screen print beam angles and installation instructions onto the films.
LED light enclosures are often compliant with stringent UL, NEMA and IPX ratings that require components and materials capable of meeting these standards. Marian engineers are experts in sourcing and selecting materials that meet specifications for enclosure ratings.
Heat + Flame Barrier
As LEDs become more powerful, safety standards address increased risk for overheating, electric shock and fire. Die cut flame barrier materials are thin, flexible and lightweight with a high resistance to flammability and ignitability. Click here to link to our 3M FRB Brochure
Hydrophobic microporus vents are a cost-effective way to protect your LED product by keeping dust and moisture out of the enclosure while relieving positive pressure or negative pressure in the enclosure. Vents are IP-Rated, up to IP-68. Marian offers die cut discs with zoned adhesive lamination. Link to Filters and Vents Page
Outdoor LED lights and automotive LED lights are required to seal out water, wind and dust. They must withstand a wide range of temperatures as well as UV exposure. Die cut gaskets and seals from Marian are made from the highest quality materials and cut to highly specific dimensions.
LED enclosures are susceptible to damage from vibration. Vibration can come from many sources. Examples include wind, vehicle operation or near-by mechanical vibrations. Integrate die cut foams and damping materials into LED enclosure designs to dampen and isolate vibration within the enclosure.