From aluminum to cast iron to stainless steel to titanium, Master Bond one and two component adhesive systems meet the challenging needs of metal bonding applications. These job proven formulations are presently employed in applications ranging from design and production to repair, maintenance and field service.
Some of the most commonly used metal substrates include:
Some of the most commonly used metal alloys include:
Types of Metal Bonding Adhesives
Master Bond's metal bonding systems are presently employed in industries ranging from aerospace, optical and electronic to oil/chemical processing, medical and automotive. Available chemistries include:
- UV cures
Most Popular Metal Bonding Systems
High peel and shear strength system. Convenient one to one mix ratio. Serviceable from -100°F to +400°F. Superior resistance to impact, thermal shock, vibration and stress fatigue cracking. Excellent toughness. Cures readily at room temperature. User friendly. Dependable dimensional stability. Readily machinable.
One part, heat cured epoxy system. Heat resistant to +600°F. High compressive and tensile shear strength. Excellent toughness and resistance to thermal cycling, shock and vibration. Paste consistency.
NASA low outgassing approved. High physical strength properties. Easy to mix and apply. Excellent chemical resistance. Withstands 1,000 hours 85°C/85% RH. Serviceable from -60°F to +250°F. Ideal for potting and encapsulation. Vacuum compatible.
Heat resistant epoxy adhesive/sealant. Exhibits exceptional mechanical strength. Low viscosity system. Long pot life. Cures at elevated temperatures. Long term high temperature structural strength retention. Serviceable from -80°F to +500°F. Outstanding chemical resistance. Used in filament windings and with composite structures made from glass, polymide and graphic fiber.
No mix compound has exceptional tensile strength properties. Superior dimensional stability. Used for testing the adhesion and/or cohesive strength of flame sprayed coating per ASTM C633. Low shrinkage upon cure. Viscosity 40,000-65,000 cps. Serviceable from -60°F to +250°F.