The Latest Developments from the Master Bond Labs...
Master Bond MasterSil 972TC-LO passes the rigorous requirements for low outgassing per ASTM E595 specifications. It is particularly well suited for use in vacuum environments as well as applications in the aerospace, electronic, opto-electronic and specialty OEM industries. This two part silicone system offers convenient handling for bonding, sealing, coating and potting.
Master Bond UV15DC80Med offers a unique dual curing mechanism which employs UV light followed by heat to complete the polymerization. This allows for curing areas on parts that do not allow UV light curing because of “shadowing” issues. This kind of UV system is highly desirable because it allows for rapid fixturing with completion of the cure accomplished by adding heat.
Formulated for potting, encapsulation, bonding and sealing applications, Master Bond EP17HT-100 is a single part epoxy system that is designed to cure in 60-90 minutes at 200-220°F. Cures can be accelerated at higher temperatures.
With enhanced chemical resistance Master Bond MasterSil 930 is an acetoxy type fluorosilicone for bonding, sealing and coating applications in aerospace, electronics, specialty OEM and other industries. This one part system is able to withstand exposure to water, fuels, oils, greases, refrigerants, acids, bases and solvents better than standard silicones.
Master Bond EP21NDCL is a unique two component epoxy system that cures optically clear in thin sections, even though Part A is translucent and Part B is light amber. This non-drip compound is formulated for a variety of bonding, sealing and coating applications in the optical, opto-electronic, electrical, aerospace and specialty OEM industries.
Developed for a variety of bonding, sealing, potting and encapsulation applications, Master Bond EP3RR-80 is a one component epoxy that offers user friendly handling. It has a moderate viscosity, good flow properties and an unlimited working life at ambient temperatures. Additionally, this system can be stored at 40-50°F and does not require freezing.