Adhesive Tapes

Adhesive Tape is suited for medical applications.

Double-coated, pressure-sensitive Bioflex® Rx744S film adheres reagent-containing membranes to polystyrene in medical diagnostic devices. Supplied on 60# kraft paper release liner, polyester film is approved for indirect food contact (21CFR175.105). It is suitable for blood glucose, blood coagulation, cholesterol, pregnancy, and ovulation testing devices.

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Adhesives bond glass to glass, plastic, and metal.
Adhesives

Adhesives bond glass to glass, plastic, and metal.

Line of 9 adhesives used for glass assembly provide invisible bonds, high clarity and adhesion, and resistance to moisture and thermal cycling. Solvent-free glass bonders form acceptable coatings and seals for glass, plastic, and metal substrates. Formulated to cure in seconds when exposed to moderate intensity 365 nm wavelength UV light, bonders achieve full cure in 30 sec. Viscosities from...

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Flame Retardant Epoxy is UL-94V-0 approved.
Epoxies

Flame Retardant Epoxy is UL-94V-0 approved.

Rigid cure epoxy, EP-211FRHTC (Flame Retardant High Thermal Conductivity), offers thermal conductivity and flame retardancy. When cured at room temperature, it has service temperature of up to 130°C. When heat cured, epoxy withstands temperatures up to 200°C. Its viscosity provides penetration and void filling. Electrical potting and encapsulating epoxy reduces operating temperature...

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Adhesive bonds difficult metals.
Adhesives

Adhesive bonds difficult metals.

Cream colored TRA-BOND 789-4 one-part, thermally conductive adhesive bonds to metals such as gold, silver, and copper. Adhesive retains bond strength after exposure to moisture, and suits applications such as substrate attach, sealing micro-electronic packages, heat sink attach, and component staking.

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Adhesives

Rubber-Toughened Adhesives suit OEM applications.

ZipGrip® clear-drying cyanoacrylates bond plastics, rubber, and metal and withstand temperatures up to 280°F. Functional strength is attained in 60 min and full cure in 24 hrs. With viscosity of 1,200 cps, HV1200 bonds porous substrates and fills gaps to .008 in. Tensile shear strength on steel is 3700 psi. With viscosity of 2,200 cps, HV2200 fills gaps to .050 in. It is resistant to...

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Aluminum-Filled Epoxy cures at room temperature.
Epoxies

Aluminum-Filled Epoxy cures at room temperature.

Type EP22 2-component epoxy adhesive features 1:1 mix ratio by weight or volume. It produces high strength bonds with adhesion to metals, particularly steel and aluminum. Bonds are resistant to thermal cycling and chemicals. Epoxy is readily machinable and can be employed over temperature range of -60 to 250°F. Shrinkage upon cure is low and dimensional stability is high. Cure can be...

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Black Aerosol Foam comes in seamless, leak-proof can.
Sealants

Black Aerosol Foam comes in seamless, leak-proof can.

SuperSeal® Duct Butter's aerosol can will not leak or corrode, increasing its shelf life and stability. Product retains its shape and volume after curing is completed, resulting in improved finished appearance. Used for spot and edge repair of ductboard or liner, it can also be used to seal gaps between liner sections or fittings. SuperSeal maintains thermal integrity of insulation it is...

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Adhesive Tapes

Pressure Sensitive Splicing Tape is heat-activated.

ARclad® 9009 self-wound, single-coated splicing tape resists extreme temperatures and certain chemical treatments. Heat is applied to splice at temperature range of 300 to 350°F to achieve strong bond for end use application. Amber-colored ARclad® 9009 provides adhesion to variety of heavy substrates including fiberglass, fiber boards, cork, roofing substrates, nonwovens, and...

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Epoxy bonds plastic products.
Epoxies

Epoxy bonds plastic products.

Two-part TRA-BOND 2170T is suitable for bonding nylon, PVC, polyethylene, acrylic, lexan, polypropylene, kapton, and almost any thermoplastic substrate. It is thixotropic to allow for more control over flow. Epoxy can be used for automotive, medical, aerospace, photonic, and assembly applications.

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