High-temperature structural epoxy - Master Bond Inc.

May 17, 2010
The epoxy bonds dissimilar substrates in electronics, aerospace, and other applications.

Supreme 46HT-2 two-component adhesive resists temperatures from -100°F to +500°F, thermal cycling, and shock and has good toughness, strength, durability, and electrical insulation.
The 100:30 mix-ratio epoxy cures at 250°F or higher and is not sensitive to minor changes in mix ratio. Non-drip version Supreme 46HT-2ND2 does not flow during cure. Both come in half-pint, pint, quart, 1-gal, and 5-gal container kits.

Master Bond Inc., 154 Hobart St., Hackensack, NJ 07601, (201) 343-8983,

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