Achieve optimal bond strength with proper surface preparation of your metal. We'll demonstrate how in this captivating video.
Capable of being applied in bond lines as thin as 10-15 microns, Supreme 18TC is a NASA low outgassing approved epoxy adhesive with high thermal conductivity.
UV22 is a nanosilica filled system featuring enhanced abrasion resistance. It is dimensionally stable and has low shrinkage upon cure. Learn more about its performance properties in this video.
In this demonstration, Master Bond EP65HT-1 epoxy is used to show how a fast curing compound can set up quickly at room temperature. This two part system is commonly utilized for advanced engineering applications. It is a sure winner to speed up your assembly operations.
Prevent malfunctions of electronic devices with conductive coatings for EMI/RFI shielding applications developed by Master Bond. From epoxy adhesives and sealants to silicones and sodium silicates, we have a wide range of formulations to meet the ever changing needs of devices requiring EMI/RFI shielding.
It's time to enroll in Master Bond's Adhesive Academy, where the innovative Dr. B fills you in on the ins and outs of adhesives. In this episode, he explains the benefits of using heat to cure epoxy systems.
See why this design engineer decided to go with Master Bond Supreme 3HT-80, a one component system that cures at low temperatures, features high bond strength, and is chemically resistant.
Two component, room temperature curable, high temperature resistant epoxy system, sealant, coating and casting system. EP42HT-2Med resists multiple cycles of medical sterilization including radiation, chemicals and steam.Meets USP Class VI requirements.
Adhesive packaging comes in many forms. View a demonstration on how to use a pre-measured flexible divider pouch, a convenient and easy-to-use way to apply epoxy.
Learn how to properly store, assemble and test premixed and frozen syringes for application in this video. Many Master Bond epoxies and silicones are available for packaging in premixed and frozen syringes for added convenience and ease of use. Follow the steps in this video to ensure proper use and application.
Learn how to use a manual plunger with an EFD syringe for application of a one part epoxy system. Although EFD syringes are mostly used for automatic dispensing, they are capable of being used for manual application by hand. Watch this video and follow the steps for successful application.
Follow this step by step video on how to apply epoxy adhesive film FL901AO or similar film systems. From packaging all the way through to the application process you will learn how to easily work with and apply the material.
Watch this video to see the process of how to mix epoxy system EP42HT-3AO with a thick Part A component and a thin Part B component. Learn how to properly weigh and mix the material to reach the desired consistency.
Master Bond offers a simple to use gun applicator for dispensing two component epoxy systems. Our gun applicators ensure that accurate quantities of Parts A and B are dispensed relieving the uncertainty of complicated mix ratios. Additionally, a wide range of mixers are available to achieve the proper mix and flow rat.
Master Bond MasterSil 170 Gel is a two component gel system with a low mixed viscosity of 1,000 cps. It is ideal for use in potting and encapsulation applications where sensitive components are present. This video demonstration shows the softness and pliability of the resilient gel system and how delicate components can be easily retrieved after cure.
Master Bond EP30NS is a nanosilica filled epoxy system featuring high abrasion resistance. Independent tests demonstrate that this epoxy's abrasion resistance value is significantly higher than that of a typical epoxy composition. EP30NS is also optically clear and meets NASA low outgassing specifications. Click now to learn more about EP30NS.
Suitable for a wide range of industries including electronics, appliances, automotive, and telecommunications, these silver coated nickel filled epoxies feature excellent electrical conductivity. While both EP79 and EP79FL offer excellent adhesion and superior electrical conductivity, key performance properties vary between systems.
See how to properly apply a staking compound to an electronic component for enhanced mechanical reinforcement. Learn how to apply the material on components of differing sizes and shapes as well as what material works best for this type of application.