Ceramic Adhesive suits applications to 3,000°F.

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Ceramabond(TM) 552 consists of single-part, alumina-filled adhesive that adheres to ceramics and metals used in applications to 3,000°F. Dispensable adhesive is water-based, environmentally safe material that contains no VOCs. After setting at room temperature and curing at 200°F and 500°F for 2 hr, respectively, it resists acids, solvents, fuels, and molten metals. It exhibits dielectric strength of 250 V/mil and tensile shear strength of 450 psi.



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New Ceramabond 552 Bonds Solder Gun Tips for High Temp Use



Valley Cottage, NY - January 16, 2004

SUMMARY

Ceramabond(TM) 552, a new high temperature ceramic adhesive developed by Aremco Products, Inc., is now used to bond solder gun tips and other electrical and mechanical assemblies used in applications to 3000 °F (1650 °C).

FEATURES

Ceramabond(TM) 552 is an advanced, single part, alumina-filled ceramic adhesive that provides exceptional adhesion to ceramics and metals used in applications to 3000 °F (1650 °C). This easy-to-use, dispensable adhesive is also a water-based, environmentally safe material that contains no volatile organic compounds. After setting at room temperature and curing at 200 °F and 500 °F each for 2 hours respectively, it is resistant to most acids, solvents, fuels and molten metals. Additional properties include a coefficient of thermal expansion of 4.3 ppm/°F, volume resistivity of 108 ohm-cm, dielectric strength of 250 volts/mil, and tensile shear strength of 450 psi.

Ceramabond(TM) 552 has many other high temperature uses from bonding ceramic gaskets in wood stoves, to electrically insulating sensors, high power resistors, gas igniters, and impellors and degassers used in molten metal processing. This product is available from stock in pint, quart, gallon and five-gallon pails.

For more information about this advanced product, please contact Aremco's Technical Sales Department.

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