Chemical resistant, two part epoxy, EP41S-5 has exemplary resistance to a wide array of chemicals, such as acids, bases, alcohols, fuels, including gasohol, and many solvents, such as methylene chloride. It is widely used for bonding, sealing and coating, as well as encapsulating, which can be seen in this video demonstration.
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Supreme 45HTQ-4 is a toughened, silicon carbide filled epoxy with outstanding thermal stability and physical properties demonstrated in this video. Supreme 45HTQ-4 is very special in that it combines exceptional chemical, temperature and abrasion resistance.
Join us on a journey through the years, starting in 1976 when Master Bond was founded, until the present. You will discover key milestones for our company and interesting details about advances in adhesive technology.
This video outlines technologically advanced optical adhesives, sealants and coatings for a variety of applications in the aerospace, electronics, medical industries and more.
Our new video offers a look at MasterSil 930’s enhanced resistance to high temperature and a wide range of chemicals including fuels, oils and solvents.
Our new video highlights the key properties of UV22, a one component, nanosilica filled UV curable epoxy system that meets NASA low outgassing specifications.
This system offers exceptional abrasion resistance, superior optical clarity and thermal stability up to +350°F. It cures quickly and easily when exposed to a UV light source.