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potting

[′päd·iŋ]
(electronics)
Process of filling a complete electronic assembly with a thermosetting compound for resistance to shock and vibration, and for exclusion of moisture and corrosive agents.
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The design tips that follow can help you avoid the more common pitfalls associated with the selection and application of epoxy potting compounds:
Conacure EA-Series epoxy hardeners for potting and encapsulating offer such properties as room-temperature cure, heat-curing systems with long pot life, flexible and rigid systems, good chemical resistance, and good electrical properties.
Offers Conacure EA-Series epoxy hardeners for various potting and encapsulating applications, offering such properties as room-temperature cure, heat-curing systems with long pot life, flexible and rigid systems, good chemical resistance, and good electrical properties.
4 Nestle the plant in its new pot and fill with potting soil, leaving the top of the root ball exposed.
While you're potting, you might as well make your own mix.
Here are nine pages of ideas: great plant combinations, handcrafted pots, and potting soil secrets
Always use clean pots (sterilize with bleach and water) and fill with fresh sterilized potting soil (never garden dirt) to avoid bacteria and insects.
Hold it upright while surrounding it with a porous, water-retentive soil mix; one part chicken manure, one part redwood soil conditioner, and two parts packaged potting soil works well.
We went to our favorite discount department store and bought some wildflower seeds and potting soil.
A clay chip or potsherd goes over the drain hole, followed by a 3-inch layer of fresh potting soil.
You should also make sure your potting soil is not too water retentive.