Master Bond’s video library presents engineers with an extensive variety of videos that cover topics ranging from packaging to product highlights, from "how-to" demonstrations to best practices for using epoxies, and more. Browse through our library for a look at what Master Bond has to offer.

Master Bond Medical Grade Epoxy System EP42HT-2

Master Bond EP42HT-2Med is a room temperature curable two component epoxy, adhesive, sealant, coating and casting material featuring high temperature resistance along with outstanding chemical resistance for medical manufacturing applications.

Video on Master Bond UV15 UV Curable Epoxy Based System

Master Bond UV15 is a one component, high strength, low viscosity, epoxy based UV curable system for bonding, sealing and coating. It features exceptional thermal stability and very low shrinkage upon cure.

 

Learn more about Master Bond's Supreme 10HTFL epoxy compound

Master Bond Polymer System Supreme 10HTFL features a unique blend of physical properties including outstanding peel strength, very high shear strength and a wide service temperature range of 4K to +350°F making it suitable for cryogenic applications.

Epoxy Compound for Aerospace Applications

Master Bond Polymer System EP21TCHT-1 is a two component, thermally conductive, heat resistant epoxy compound formulated to cure at ambient temperatures or more rapidly at elevated temperatures. EP21TCHT-1 passes NASA low outgassing tests and develops a high bonding strength.

 

 Learn how to use a gun applicator to apply epoxy

Master Bond offers a simple to use gun applicator for dispensing two component epoxy systems. Our gun applicators ensure that accurate quantities of Parts A and B are dispensed relieving the uncertainty of complicated mix ratios. Additionally, a wide range of mixers are available to achieve the proper mix and flow rate.

Master Bond Food Grade Epoxy Compound EP42HT-2FG

EP42HT-2FG has been independently tested and certified by a leading national laboratory to meet the stringent requirements of FDA CFR 175.300. It also was toxicologically evaluated to meet the NSF/ANSI 51.4.1 (2009) standard for food equipment materials.

 

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