Epoxies

Epoxy cures at room temperature.

Epoxy cures at room temperature.

Two part EP21TDC-4 for bonding, sealing, and coating applications cures at ambient or elevated temperatures. It has high peel strength, elongation of over 300%, and forms bonds that resist vibration, impact, and shock, plus fuels, water, oils, and many chemicals. No solvents or diluents are emitted during cure. It adheres to natural rubber, neoprene, nitride, and SBR rubber compounds without...

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Light-Curable Epoxies respond to visible and UV light.

Cationic Type V157 and V197 epoxies can be applied and irradiated with long-wave UV light in the range of 325-380 nm or with visible light in the range of 400-500 nm. Wide-range response lets adhesives be processed with many different existing light sources. Response to longer wave visible light is beneficial when bonding various engineering plastics such as Kapton and Lexan, which do not...

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Encapsulating Elastomers offer hydrolytic stability.

Two-component urethane series encapsulants have durometers from 25 to 55 Shore A. Unfilled materials maintain integrity over operating temperature range of -40 deg to 125 deg C. Glass transition temperature of -72 deg C makes them suitable for low temperature potting applications. They offer electrical insulation, thermal cycling stability, chemical resistance, and no shrinkage. Mixed viscosities...

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Epoxy and Adhesive are approved to military specifications.

ANAEBONd AB202 non-anaerobic adhesive is approved for field repair terminations. Suitable for bonding glass, its packaging allows for terminations in 2-3 minutes without heat. Fully cured material reduces pistoning in adverse environmental conditions. ANGSTROMBONdÂ-® AB9112 epoxy, approved to Mil A-24792A for use in OEM fiber optic terminations, will not cause cracking in multimode...

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Repair Putty works under water.

Nonrusting, epoxy-based Underwater Repair Putty penetrates moisture and forms strong, permanent seal. It eliminates need to dry substrates before beginning repairs, making it suitable for repairing, patching, or rebuilding wet or submerged equipment. Putty bonds securely to steel, iron, aluminum, brass, bronze, concrete, wood, and selected plastics. It cures at temperatures as low as 40 deg F and...

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Low Viscosity Epoxy suits many applications.

Low Viscosity Epoxy suits many applications.

Clear TRA-BOND 2113 adhesive makes strong bonds to glass, ceramics, metals and plastics, and is resistant to weather, salts, mild acids and alkalis, organics and inorganics. It can be used for bonding, laminating, sealing and small volume potting. Epoxy has good wetting and flowability, low CTE and operating temperature up to 130Â-

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Aluminum-Filled Epoxies suit HVAC repairs.

FasMetal 10 HVAC Repair paste and Aluminum Putty F cure at room temperature, withstand service temperatures up to 250 deg F, and resist broad range of chemicals. FasMetal 10 bonds to metals, ceramics, wood, concrete, and glass. Aluminum Putty F bonds to metal or concrete and hardens to rigid material that can be ground, drilled, or tapped. Both can be used for repairing aluminum castings,...

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Epoxy bonds, seals and casts.

Flexible, 2-component EP21TPFL-1 polysulfide elastomer resists fuels, water, and aggressive chemicals. It cures at room temperature, is 100 percent reactive, and does not emit any volatiles during curing. Operating temperature range is -65 to +300 deg F. Thermal- and shock-resistant epoxy is available in 1/2 pint, pint, quart, gallon, and 5 gal kits, and in low and high viscosity versions.

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