MasterSil 157: Addition Cured Silicone with Wide Temperature Serviceability
MasterSil 157 is a two part system for potting, encapsulation and sealing applications. This optically clear formulation features a low index of refraction and has the ability to transmit light very well from 220-2,500 nanometers. These properties are retained over the exceptionally broad service temperature range of -175°F to +500°F [-115°C to +260°C]. Highly flexible, it is capable of withstanding the most rigorous thermal cycling and mechanical shock. These properties enable MasterSil 157 to be used in applications involving sensitive optical and electrical components.
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EP21TDCN-LO: Durable, Two Part Conductive Epoxy Passes NASA Low Outgassing Tests
Featuring a low volume resistivity of 5-10 ohm-cm, EP21TDCN-LO is a nickel conductive system for high performance bonding and sealing applications. This smooth paste formulation is easy to handle and has a one to one mix ratio by weight or volume. It is a toughened system, formulated to withstand relatively rigorous thermal cycling as well as mechanical vibration and shock. This epoxy’s good electrical and thermal conductivity makes it well suited for grounding, shielding and static dissipation applications.
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EP30-2LB: Blocks UV Light & Allows Visible Light to Transmit
Formulated to have special optical transmission properties, EP30-2LB is an optically clear epoxy that does not permit UV light transmission, but transmits well from 450-900 nm and above. It is a user friendly compound that flows smoothly and has a non-critical ten to one mix ratio by weight. This system cures readily in 24-48 hours at room temperature or more rapidly at elevated temperatures. EP30-2LB is highly resistant to water, oils, fuels, acids, bases and many solvents. This highly dimensionally stable product has low shrinkage upon curing and meets NASA low outgassing specifications.
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EP42HT-2LTE: Epoxy Has Ultra Low Coefficient of Thermal Expansion
Featuring an exceedingly low coefficient of thermal expansion of 9-12 x 10-6 in/in/°C, EP42HT-2LTE is a two component epoxy for bonding, sealing, coating and select casting applications. It has outstanding dimensional stability and will bond well to a wide variety of substrates, including metals, composites, ceramics, glass and many plastics. It is also noteworthy for its low linear (less than 0.01%) and volumetric (less than 0.1%) shrinkage. EP42HT-2LTE has a forgiving, non-critical mix ratio of 100 to 50 by volume and after mixing the consistency is a paste with some flow.
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EP29LPHE: Very Low Viscosity Epoxy Offers Superior Impact Resistance
Optically clear EP29LPHE is a two component epoxy that has notable toughness along with high elongation, which imparts good impact and shock resistance. This product has a mixed viscosity of 350-700 cps and bonds well to a wide variety of substrates including metals, ceramics, glass, optical fibers, graphite and many rubbers and plastics. Its reliable electrical insulation properties combined with its low viscosity and low exotherm, makes it suitable for large casting applications.
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UV15X-6Med-2: Toughened UV Curable System Features Abrasion Resistance
With robust flexibility, UV15X-6Med-2 withstands severe thermal cycling as well as thermal and mechanical shocks. This USP Class VI approved medical grade system has good chemical resistance to water, cleaning agents, chemical sterilants, EtO and gamma radiation. It is optically clear with superb non-yellowing capabilities. UV15X-6Med-2 bonds well to a variety of substrates, especially glass, polycarbonates and acrylics as well as many other plastics, metals and rubbers.
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