Thermal Cycling Resistant Adhesives

Thermal Cycling Resistant AdhesivesMaster Bond offers a wide variety of epoxies, silicones, polyurethanes, polysulfides and UV curable formulations designed to withstand thermal cycling. These compounds are also ideal for the bonding, sealing, coating and potting/encapsulating of substrates exhibiting different coefficients of thermal expansion and contraction. Durable and tough, these products exhibit outstanding performance in high and low temperature environments.

Applications Featuring Thermal Cycling Resistant Polymer Systems

Some common applications using Master Bond’s thermal cycling epoxies and silicones include:

  • Sealing heat exchanger tubes and endplates
  • Encapsulation of heat generating devices and modules
  • Bonding metal and fiber reinforced composites in aerospace production
  • Packaging of stress sensitive semiconductor devices

Most Popular Thermal Cycling Resistant Compounds

EP17HT
One part, heat cured epoxy system exhibits temperature resistance up to +600ºF, while maintaining resistance to thermal shock and repeated thermal cycling. High shear strength system. Paste consistency.
EP21TDCSFL
Two component, silver filled, electrically conductive system with high flexibility and elongation. Serviceable over the wide temperature range of 4K to +250°F.
MasterSil 151
Low viscosity, tough, flexible, optically clear potting and encapsulation compound. Superior resistance to vibration, shock and thermal cycling. Cures at room temperature.
Supreme 11AOHT
Thermally conductive, electrically insulative epoxy adhesive. High peel and shear strength properties. Resists up to +400ºF. Non-drip system.
Supreme 10HTFL
One component, no mix epoxy adhesive/sealant. Serviceable from 4K to +350ºF. Resistant to thermal cycling, thermal shock, vibration and stress fatigue cracking. Solvent-free and 100% reactive.

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