Epoxies

Fast Setting, Two Component Epoxy Color Coded for Proper Mixing
Epoxies

Fast Setting, Two Component Epoxy Color Coded for Proper Mixing

Master Bond EP51CC is a two component, fast setting epoxy with a color coding system where Part A is white and Part B is black. The two parts combine into a uniform gray color paste, which indicates proper mixing. This fast curing, non-drip compound is ideal for bonding and sealing applications with a forgiving mix ratio of one to one by weight or volume. This high performance epoxy has a rapid...

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Nanosilica Filled, Electrically Insulative Epoxy Features Abrasion Resistance
Epoxies

Nanosilica Filled, Electrically Insulative Epoxy Features Abrasion Resistance

Master Bond EP21NS is a two part epoxy that may be used for bonding, coating, sealing and potting/encapsulating. It has a nanosilica filler that imparts dimensional stability and abrasion resistance. When measured according to ASTM D4060, standard test method for abrasion resistance, with CS-17 wheel for 1,000 cycles, EP21NS exhibits a very low weight loss of 25 mg. This formulation is a reliable...

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New Gorilla Professional Grade Products are Suitable for Repair, Installation and Maintenance
Epoxies

New Gorilla Professional Grade Products are Suitable for Repair, Installation and Maintenance

Available products include threadlockers, epoxies, metal pipe-fitting assembly sealants, retaining compounds, anti-seize, gasketing and instant adhesives. Each product offer color-coded, application identification system and easy-to-use, innovative packaging specifically designed for the MRO Industrial professional. Designed to ensure plant uptime and mechanical equipment reliability, while...

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New Epoxy Adhesives from Permatex are Ideal for Automotive, Marine, and Home Applications
Epoxies

New Epoxy Adhesives from Permatex are Ideal for Automotive, Marine, and Home Applications

Available in 1 and 5 minute general purpose gel epoxy, 2 ton epoxy, marine h2 hold epoxy, 500° high heat epoxy, cellulose wood epoxy, Black Plastic Welder™, and Steel Weld™ epoxy variants. Gel epoxies feature no drip gel formula for easy, mess-free application and blue dye indicator that visibly indicates when the epoxy is properly mixed and ready for use. Permatex 500° high heat can...

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New Epoxy Resists Multiple Sterilization Methods
Epoxies

New Epoxy Resists Multiple Sterilization Methods

EP42HT-4AOMed black offers cryogenic serviceability and heat resistance with a service temperature range from 4K to 400°F. Withstands aggressive chemical sterilants, radiation and repeated cycles of autoclaving. Contains a filler, which contributes to its high strength profile and dimensional stability.

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New Cationic Epoxy Features Low Water Absorption
Epoxies

New Cationic Epoxy Features Low Water Absorption

MD® 250-CTH is fully curable with broad-spectrum UV/Visible light at 365 nm, 385 nm, or 405 nm and/or with heat at 80-85°C to enable low-temperature heat-cure in 20-35 minutes. Formulated for manufacturers that require low shrinkage for lens alignment and cementing of endoscope/microscope lenses. Heat-only curing functionality is ideal for ensuring complete cure in true dark-shadow areas.

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B-Staged Epoxy Meets Airbus Standards for Flame Retardancy & Toxicity
Epoxies

B-Staged Epoxy Meets Airbus Standards for Flame Retardancy & Toxicity

Master Bond EP36FR is a specialized one part epoxy that meets Airbus specifications for toxic gas emissions per AITM 3.0005, Issue 2 in the flaming mode and Section 7.4 of ABD0031, Issue F. It also passes the 12 second vertical burn test per AITM 2.0002B and Section 7.1.2 of ABD0031, Issue F. EP36FR uses a non-halogenated filler. “These Airbus ratings are not just relevant for manufacturing...

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Solder Redefined
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Solder Redefined

Indium Corporation has developed a new twist on traditional solder by developing a composite with a reinforced matrix internal structure. The result is a solder with increased strength and reliability. Check out this video to learn more about the mechanics behind the groundbreaking technology.

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