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Featuring a wide range of desirable properties, EP30-2 is a room temperature curing epoxy that meets NASA low outgassing specifications. This two part system was approved for demanding bonding applications by the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO).

Advanced compositions feature high bond strength, speedy processing and are engineered to join surfaces with dissimilar coefficients of expansion.

Formulated for specialty aviation applications, EP90FR-V is a two part, non-halogenated epoxy meeting FAR standard 14 CFR 25.853(a) for flame retardancy. It passes the vertical burn test as well as Boeing specifications BSS 7238, Revision C for smoke density and BSS 7239, Revision A for toxicity.

Master Bond UV15DC80Med is a special dual cure epoxy based system that offers a primary cure using UV light along with a secondary heat curing mechanism. This adhesive allows for curing areas on parts that do not allow UV light curing because of “shadowing” issues.

All eyes are on UV22, a nanosilica filled UV curable epoxy system that features exceptional abrasion resistance, dimensional stability and low linear shrinkage.

Serviceable up to +500°F, EP13SPND-2 is a one part epoxy paste for structural bonding applications. This electrically insulative system has a non-drip application feature that delivers high tensile, tensile lap shear and compressive strength of over 8,000 psi, 3,000 psi and 18,000 psi, respectively.