Adhesive bonds zirconia ceramics in applications to 4,400°F.

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Single-part, zirconia-filled Ultra-Temp(TM) 516 demonstrates dielectric strength of 250 V/mil, volume resistivity of 108 W-cm, and torque strength of 8.6 lb-in. Due to its inert chemistry, product will not outgas under ultra high vacuum. It also provides chemical, moisture, and thermal shock resistance. Applied with syringe, brush, or automatic dispenser, water-based adhesive achieves full cure by heating up to 700°F for 1-2 hr.

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Ultra-Temp 516 Bonds Zirconia Ceramics

Valley Cottage, NY - February 9, 2007

Ultra-Temp(TM) 516, a new high temperature ceramic-based adhesive manufactured by Aremco Products, Inc., is now used to bond zirconia ceramics used in applications to 4400 oF.

Ultra-Temp(TM) 516 is a new, single part, zirconia-filled, inorganic adhesive system for bonding zirconia components used in high temperature sensors and instruments to 4400°F.

Ultra-Temp(TM) 516 demonstrates exceptional electrical, mechanical and thermal properties. Its dielectric strength is 250 volts/mil; volume resistivity is 108 ohm-cm; and torque strength is 8.6 in-lbs.

Due to its inert chemistry Ultra-Temp(TM) 516 will not outgas under ultra high vacuum (UHV), a common requirement for many industrial processes such as semiconductor manufacturing. Ultra-Temp(TM) 516 also provides excellent chemical, moisture and thermal shock resistance.

Ultra-Temp(TM) 516 is applied easily using a syringe, brush or automatic dispenser. Because it is water-based, cleanup is accomplished quickly using warm water and soap. Full curing is achieved by heating up to 700°F for 1-2 hours.

Ultra-Temp(TM) 516 can be used to bond a wide range of additional materials including alumina, beryllia, silicon, graphite, inconel, molybdenum, nickel, tantulum, titanium, and tungsten. It is available from stock in pint, quart, gallon and five-gallon pails. For more information about this advanced product, please contact Aremco's Sales Engineering Department.

Note to the Editor: Enclosed is a photo of Ultra-Temptm 516 used to bond two zirconia parts.

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