From automotive to electronics to construction equipment to communications systems, Master Bond has developed cost effective solutions for sealing macroporosity and microporosity for metals and other materials. These low viscosity systems cure at elevated temperatures to a tough, strong chemical resistant thermoset plastic.
Advantages of Master Bond Impregnation Resins
Master Bond impregnation compounds feature long-term storage stability, exceptional chemical/moisture resistance and the ability to withstand elevated temperatures. Additionally, they are fast curing, 100% reactive and easy to process.
范围广泛的高质量的产品是德beplay苹果版veloped to offer the most reliable sealing solutions and meet specific customer specifications in metal casting, powdered metal parts, electronic/electrical components, ceramic and plastic composite applications. These impregnants have proven attractive in extending design options, accelerating productivity, lowering warranty expenses and shortening testing procedures. In many cases they have successfully outperformed competitive chemistries in difficult part configurations and have prevented part failure from fluids/gases while filling voids between two dissimilar surfaces.
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Most Popular Epoxy for Impregnation Applications
One component, storage stable epoxy resin system. Viscosity 500-600 cps. Tensile strength over 10,000 psi. Excellent chemical resistance. Thermal stability up to +400°F. Superb electrical insulation properties. Withstands 1,000 hours 85°C/85% RH. Serviceable from -60°F to +400°F.
Ultra low viscosity, thermally stable high performance system. Tg 125-130°C. Resists water, oils, fuels and most solvents. Superior adhesion to metal and ceramics. "Unlimited" working life at room temperature. Serviceable up to 400°F. Ideal for impregnation of porous surfaces.
Toughened, ultra low viscosity no mix formulation. Shore D hardnes >65. Resists impact and thermal cycling. Light amber clear color. Outstanding physical strength properties. Used for sealing/impregnation of porous surfaces. Serviceable from -60°F to +350°F.