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Finding Strongest Adhesives for Nylon Bonding

Press release date: Oct 01, 2017

Lap Shear Strength of Adhesives for Nylon to Nylon Bonding

Master Bond tested the tensile lap shear strength of several epoxy products to determine their capability in nylon to nylon bonding applications. The testing produced impressive results with many systems delivering high values. While high strength is often crucial, each system also offers a diverse range of other properties that must be considered before selecting the most suitable compound for a specific use.

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EP21TDCHT: High Strength Adhesive Resists Thermal Cycling

Master Bond EP21TDCHT is a flexibilized epoxy adhesive that has been specifically designed to bond substrates with different coefficients of expansion and contraction. It is simple to use with a one to one mix ratio and is easy to apply. EP21TDCHT offers a combination of exceptionally high peel and superior tensile lap shear strength.

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Supreme 11HT: High Strength Adhesive Resists Up To 400°F

Master Bond Supreme 11HT is a toughened two component epoxy that is ideal for bonding dissimilar substrates. This adhesive/sealant produces durable, high strength bonds that resist severe thermal cycling and many chemicals including water, oil, fuels and some organic solvents. It readily obtains tensile shear strength of 3,200-3,400 psi and T-peel strength of 15-25 pli. Dimensional stability for Supreme 11HT is outstanding. It also has a simple to use one to one mix ratio and cures at room temperature.

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EP29LPSP: Resists Cryogenic Temperatures Down to 4K

EP29LPSP is a two component, low viscosity epoxy system for bonding, sealing and coating. This epoxy not only functions at temperatures as low as 4K, but also withstands cryogenic shocks. Additionally, it meets NASA low outgassing requirements. EP29LPSP provides superior physical strength, high chemical resistance, excellent electrical insulation and outstanding optical clarity.

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