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Master Bond is offering a new, easy to read, 28 page catalog with performance and processing data on its extensive line of epoxies, silicones, UV curing compounds and specialty systems for the aerospace industry. These products ensure reliability in the assembly of aircraft structures, components, interiors and MRO applications.

Well suited for electromagnetic interference and radio frequency interference shielding applications, Master Bond MB600G is an aqueous based, sodium silicate system with graphite filler. Graphite filled materials are widely used for shielding and static dissipation applications because of the balance of shielding effectiveness and cost.

Master Bond EP112LS is a two part epoxy that is well suited for impregnation, potting, encapsulation, sealing and coating applications, particularly in the aerospace and optoelectronics industries.

Developed for potting and encapsulation applications where an addition cured silicone cannot be used, Master Bond MasterSil 152 is a two component, condensation curing system that only requires air for complete cross-linking. Unlike addition cured systems, there are no substrates that will inhibit the cure.

Formulated for bonding and sealing applications, Master Bond EP46HT-1AO is widely used in the aerospace, electronic and specialty OEM industries. Unlike most conventional two component epoxies, EP46HT-1AO cures with the addition of heat, which allows it to have a working life exceeding 24 hours.

Specially formulated to optimize bond strength, Master Bond UV15-42C is a UV curable system for bonding, sealing and coating applications. This smooth paste can be applied vertically without sagging. As an optically clear compound, it is often used in the fiber-optic, optical, electronic, aerospace and specialty OEM industries.

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Master Bond is offering a new, easy to read, 28 page catalog with performance and processing data on...

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To understand one part epoxy systems, you need to know how a two part system works. In this white paper, we explore how a...