One Component Epoxy Systems

Master Bond One Part EpoxiesSpecially formulated one component epoxy systems feature outstanding performance properties, long-term durability and easy application. These no mix compounds cure quickly at moderate temperatures. They are designed to increase productivity and eliminate waste.

Key benefits and common applications featuring Master Bond one component epoxy systems.

Special Certifications for One Part Epoxy Compounds

Many of Master Bond’s one part adhesives, sealants and coatings are approved for use in various applications and industries. Additionally, specific grades meet the following certifications:

  • NASA low outgassing
  • USP Class VI for biocompatibility
  • Halogen free

Performance Properties

As with all products in the Master Bond family, specific grades vary in viscosity, cure speed, chemical resistance and electrical properties, but can be custom formulated to meet your application needs.

Some Popular One Part Adhesives, Sealants, Coatings and Potting Compounds

EP17HT-LO
One part, no mix epoxy meets NASA low outgassing specifications. Serviceable up to 650°F. Tg is 225°C. High shear, tensile and compressive strength properties. Cures in 90-120 minutes at 300°F.
EP15
No mix compound has exceptional tensile strength properties. Superior dimensional stability.
Supreme 3HT-80
Fast cures at ambient 175°F (80°C). Recommended for bonding heat sensitive substrates. Outstanding thermal cycling capabilities.
EP3HTMed
Rapid curing, one part epoxy. Meets USP Class VI biocompatibility standards.
Supreme 10ANHT
Thermally conductive version of our one part Supreme 10HT epoxy system with excellent heat transfer properties.
EP3HTS
Silver filled electrically conductive epoxy adhesive has a rapid cure speed. Low volume resistivity and high temperature resistance.

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