Epoxy Compounds for Oil and Gas Production

Polymer Systems for the Production IndustryMaster Bond one and two component epoxy systems are widely employed in exploration, drilling and production applications. These solvent free formulations offer excellent adhesive strength, convenient cure schedules and are packaged to maximize productivity.

 

They feature exceptional protection against:

  • Elevated temperatures
  • Harsh chemicals
  • High pressures
  • Sea and fresh water environments

Additionally, specific grades are serviceable at low temperatures, can withstand abrasion and cure underwater.

 

Learn more about our formulations for the assembly of downhole oil equipment

Learn how epoxies protect offshore oil structures

Most Popular Epoxy Compounds for the Oil and Gas Production Industry

Supreme 45HTQ
Two part, heat cured (250-300°F) epoxy system with excellent dimensional stability and chemical resistance. Serviceable from -60 to 450°F. Toughened, quartz filled system.
EP41S
Room temperature curing epoxy featuring excellent chemical resistance. 100% reactive. High bond strength. Fast cure speed. Withstands exposure to organic solvents.
EP41S-1HT
Two component, ambient temperature curing system with excellent physical properties. Thermally stable. High compressive strength. Features extraordinary resistance to fuels, alcohols and organic solvents.
Supreme 10AOHT
One part, oven cured epoxy system with excellent thermal conductivity and superb temperature and oil resistance. Primarily used for bonding of heat sinks and sensors where heat transfer is desirable. Halogen free.
EP45HT
High performance adhesive/sealant/coating. Serviceable from -80°F to +500°F. Resists thermal cycling. Outstanding solvent resistance. 100% reactive. Cures at elevated temperatures.
EP62-1
Two part, water and steam resistant epoxy cures at 80-100°C and withstands autoclaving. Excellent chemical and electrical insulation properties. Features a long working life.

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