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High-Temperature Ceramic Adhesive maintains bond at 3,200F.
High-Temperature Ceramic Adhesive maintains bond at 3,200F.
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May 21, 2013 - Ceramabond™ 671 single part, water-dispersible, aluminum oxide filled adhesive and coating system is used to assemble thermocouple housings in boiler, furnace, and stack applications. It features torque strength of 57.0 lb-ft, dielectric strength of 182 V/mil at room temperature, and coefficient of thermal expansion of 4.3 ppm/F. Used with ceramic and non-ceramic substrates, product dries at room temperature and cures in 2-4 hr at 200F. It comes in pint, quart, gallon, and 5 gal pails.

Ceramabond 671 Bonds Metals and Ceramics at High Temps


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Aremco Products, Inc.
707 Executive Blvd., Unit
Valley Cottage, NY, 10989
USA



Press release date: May 20, 2013

Valley Cottage, NY –

SUMMARY

Ceramabond™ 671, a new high temperature ceramic adhesive developed by Aremco Products, Inc., is now used to assemble high temperature thermocouple housings used in boiler, furnace, and stack applications to 3200F (1760C).

FEATURES
Ceramabond 671 is a single part, water-dispersible, aluminum oxide filled adhesive and coating system that offers exceptional mechanical and electrical properties to 3200F (1760C). Physical properties include torque strength of 57.0 ft-lbs, dielectric strength of 182 volts per mil at room temperature, and a coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) of 4.3 ppm/F (7.7 ppm/C).

Ceramabond 671 is ideal for use with ceramics as well as non-ceramic substrates such as carbon and stainless steels. It is applied easily using a brush, syringe or pneumatic dispenser. After application, it dries rapidly at room temperature and cures in 2-4 hours at 200F. Cleanup of uncured material is accomplished easily with warm water and soap.

Additional uses for 671 include the assembly and electrical isolation of high temperature sensors, instrumentation and resistive heating elements. Ceramabond 671 is available from stock in pint, quart, gallon and five-gallon pails.

Please contact Aremco's Technical Sales Department for more information about this advanced product.

AREMCO PRODUCTS, INC.
P.O. Box 517, 707-B Executive Blvd.
Valley Cottage, NY 10989
Website: www.aremco.com
E-MAIL: aremco@aremco.com

Contact: Peter Schwartz
TEL: (845) 268-0039
FAX: (845) 268-0041

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