High Temperature Resistant Adhesives – Bonding, Sealing and Coating Compounds by Master Bond Offer Thermal Stability for Industrial Applications

Master Bond tries hard to make the selection of an adhesive, sealant and coating as easy and simple as possible. Master Bond specializes in high temperature applications and offers a wide variety of one and two component epoxies, silicones and polyurethanes. Master Bond's formulations have over 30 years of job proven performance. Presently Master Bond's compounds are employed on satellites, satellite modules, down hole oil equipment, medical devices, automotive components, lasers, etc.

Master Bond products are freshly prepared to maximize shelf life. Environmentally friendly, they contain no solvents or diluents. Grades vary in viscosity, cure speed, flexibility, heat and chemical resistance, electrical insulation properties, etc. Special grades offer electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity, transparency, enhanced dimensional stability, superb machinability and ultra-high compressive strength. Additionally, products are available for use which meet NASA low outgassing requirements and USP Class VI approval for medical use.

Master Bond One And Two Component Adhesive Products

The following table summarizes Master Bond's range of one and two component high temperature adhesives.

Product

Description

EP21TDCHT

Easy to use, room temperature curable two part epoxy system. Serviceable up to 350°F. Ideal for bonding dissimilar substrates. Outstanding thermal cycling ability and resistance to shock and vibration.

EP30HT

Optically clear, high temperature resistant, room temperature curable two component epoxy system. Meets NASA low outgassing specifications.

EP42HT-2

Widely used, low viscosity, room temperature curable two component epoxy system. Passes USP Class VI biocompatibility testing. Serviceable up to 450°F. Withstands repeated autoclaving.

SUPREME 10HT

One part, heat cured (250-300°F) epoxy system with very high shear and peel strength and superb temperature resistance. Serviceable from cryogenic temperatures up to 400°F.

EP46HT-1

Two part structural epoxy system offering the highest temperature resistance - up to 550-600°F. Requires oven curing at 250‑300°F. Glass transition temperature over 235°C. Available in a non-running paste. Unsurpassed chemical resistance.

EP13SPND-2

One part epoxy paste for structural bonding applications serviceable up to +500°F (316°C).

Typical Industrial Applications for Master Bond High Temperature Systems

Typical applications of Master Bond's range of high temperature adhesives, sealants, coatings products for industrial applications include:

  • LED backplanes
  • Plug valves
  • Mechanical seals
  • Laser printers
  • Selected strain gauges
  • Sealing electrical connections
  • Engines
  • Casting defects
  • Fans
  • Driers
  • Wave guides
  • Impregnate induction coils
  • Cable end seals
  • High temperature labels
  • Flow measuring instruments
  • Repair pipes carrying hot oil
  • Electrical heaters
  • Gas ignitors
  • Surface mount adhesive
  • Die attach
  • Flip chip underfill
  • Steam irons
  • Microwaves
  • Boilers
  • Radiators
  • Mufflers
  • Bonding jigs
  • Heat blanket bonding
  • Heating units
  • Thermal insulation
  • Petroleum valves
  • Agricultural machinery
  • Specialty hydraulic systems
  • Washing machines
  • Autoclave applications
  • Heat exchangers
  • Dishwashers
  • Electric heating systems
  • Brake systems
  • Solar products
  • Thermal management
  • Lid & housing seals
  • Electronic modules
  • IC packaging
  • Mining equipment
  • Composite tooling applications
  • Glass handling equipment
  • Power tools
  • Drills
  • Catalytic converters
  • Molded high-voltage terminals
  • Halogen lamps
  • Fabrication of MEMs devices
  • Oven cured processing
  • Sensor devices
  • Temperature Probes
  • Ballast resistors
  • Mass spectrometers
  • Various engine parts
  • Aircraft structural components
  • Fuel tanks for specified purposes
  • Radar/night-vision systems
  • Bonding ferrite cores and magnets
  • Composite/metallic honeycomb structures
  • Repair & rebuild worn or cracked composites
  • Anchor bolts & screws in oil field applications
  • High temperature sensors/Thermocouples
  • Wafer-wafer bonding of CSP (chip scale packages)
  • Vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser
  • Laminating for autoclave applications
  • Down-Hole petrochemical fiber optic sensors
  • Laminating PZT ferroelectrics found in ultrasound
  • High temperature molding, rollers, and print pads
  • Replace soldering/brazing in selected applications
  • Turbine engine washers/bushings/structural components
  • Bond insulation to panels for sound and vibration reduction
  • Engine nacelles-(engine inlet, fan cowl, thrust reverser, and exhaust nozzle)
  • Mounting bolts and fasteners on turbine shells and steam inlet valves
  • Speaker assembly-speaker cones, spiders, domes, and dust cap-to-voice coils
  • Bonding & coating electrical components in aggressive environments
  • High temperature resistant potting in aerospace, nuclear, and chemical industries
  • Bonding microelectronic chips to PCBs
  • Chest evacuators, filter and monitor housings, and a variety of valves and meters
  • Potting and encapsulating transformers, coils, chokes, motors, filter end caps, and solenoids
  • Insulating components in gas chromatographs (for separating mixtures)
  • Sealing and potting fiber optic bundles into ferrules for light guides and endoscopes

High Performance Adhesives, Sealants and Coatings for Industrial Applications

Master Bond's range of high temperature resistant products are designed to offer superior quality and long term durability. They have earned a well deserved reputation for their performance upon exposure to hostile environmental conditions. Select from a wide range of systems conveniently packaged for ease of use. These compounds are available in different viscosities, cure times, chemical resistances, electrical properties, colors, etc. to best meet specific requirements. They are presently employed in applications ranging from design and production to repair, maintenance and field service.

Important High Temperature Resistant System Performance Requirements

Master Bond range of high temperature resistant systems are designed to meet specific performance requirements. Among the most important are:

  • Chemical Resistance
  • Cryogenically Serviceable
  • Easily Repairable
  • Electrically Insulative
  • Dimensional Stability
  • Temperature Resistance
  • Glass Transition Temperature
  • Low Thermal Expansion Coefficient
  • Low Outgassing
  • Low Shrinkage
  • Low Stress
  • Resistance to Water
  • Thermal Conductivity
  • Peel Strength
  • Durability
  • Thermal Cycling
  • Shock Resistance
  • Vibration Resistance
  • Dielectric Strength
  • Volume Resistivity
  • Dielectric Constant
  • Excellent Adhesion
  • Hardness
  • Tensile Strength

Performance Properties for Specific Master Bond Grades

Performance properties for specific Master Bond grades of high temperature adhesives include resistance to:

  • water
  • acetone
  • toluene
  • MEK
  • mineral spirits
  • isopropanol
  • xylene
  • bleach
  • steris
  • cydex
  • methanol
  • skydrol
  • ethanol
  • gasoline
  • butylacetate
  • potassium hydroxide
  • 10% hydrofluoric acid
  • 96% sulfuric acid
  • 10% nitric acid
  • 50% sodium hydroxide
  • 35% ammonium hydroxide
     

Master Bond Adhesives for Different Substrates

Master Bond offers a range of high temperature adhesives for different substrates which are outlined in the following.

Plastics that can be Bonded with Master Bond Industrial Adhesives

Within Master Bond's range of high temperature adhesives there are grades that can bond plastics such as:

  • ABS
  • Acetal
  • Arcylic
  • ASA
  • Epoxy
  • Eva
  • FEP, PFA
  • Fiberglass
  • Kevlar
  • Peek
  • Phenolic, Polyester Dap
  • PMMA
  • Polyamide (Nylon)
  • Polybutylene Terephthalate (Valox)
  • Polycarbonate
  • Polyester (LCP)
  • Polyester (PBT)
  • Polyester (PET)
  • Polyester, thermoset
  • Polyetherimide (Ultem)
  • Polyethersulfone
  • Polyimide
  • Polypropylene
  • Polystyrene
  • Polyurethane
  • PPO
  • PPS
  • PTFE
  • PVC
  • San

Metals that can be Bonded with Master Bond Industrial Adhesives

Master Bond's produces high temperature adhesives that can be used to bond metals including:

  • Aluminum & Alloys
  • Anodized Aluminum
  • Beryllium
  • Brass
  • Bronze
  • Cadmium
  • Carbide
  • Cast Iron
  • Chromium
  • Copper & Alloys
  • Galvanized Steel
  • Germanium
  • Gold
  • Incoloy
  • Inconel
  • Kovar
  • Lead
  • Magnesium & Alloys
  • Molybdenum
  • Nickel
  • Nitenol
  • Platinum
  • Silver
  • Solders
  • Steel (Mild & Carbon)
  • Steel (Stainless)
  • Tin
  • Titanium & Alloys
  • Tungsten & Alloys
  • Zinc & Alloys

Rubbers that can be Bonded with Master Bond Industrial Adhesives

There are also Master Bond high temperature adhesives that can be used to bond rubbers and elastomers such as:

  • Butyl
  • Chloroprene
  • Ethylene Propylene
  • Fluorocarbon
  • Halogenated Butyl
  • Latex
  • Natural
  • Neoprene
  • Polyacrylate
  • Polychloroprene
  • Polysioprene
  • Polysulfide
  • Santoprene
  • Silicone
  • Styrene-Butadiene
  • Styrenic TPE

Specialty Substrates that can be Bonded with Master Bond Industrial Adhesives

Master Bond range of  high temperature adhesives can also be used to bond:

  • Polyolefins, including Polyethylene and Polypropylene among others

Other Materials that Master Bond Industrial Adhesives can Bond

Master Bond also manufacture high temperature adhesives that can bond materials such as:

  • Ceramics
  • Gallium
  • Glass

Newly Developed High Temperature Resistant Adhesive Systems

Master Bond inc. has recently introduced several unique epoxy adhesive systems designed specifically for high performance requirements. Among the most significant are:

Product Description
Supreme 10AOHT-LO One component, thermally conductive epoxy adhesive. NASA low outgassing approved. Serviceable from 4K to 400°F. Impact, vibration and shock resistant. Superior durability and toughness.
EP17HT-3 One part snap cure epoxy adhesive. Resists up to 400°F. Shore D hardness > 85. No mixing needed. Superior electrical insulation properties. Ideal for bonding dissimilar substrates and for applications subject to thermal cycling.
Supreme 46HT-2 Bonds similar and dissimilar substrates. Excellent durability. Serviceable from -100F° to 500°F. Exceptional toughness. Resistant to thermal cycling.
EP13 Non-drip paste epoxy. One component no mix compound. High strength bonds. Service temperature range -60°F to 450°F. Excellent chemical resistance. Outstanding electrical insulation properties.

This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by Master Bond Inc.

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  1. Nikhil Kalbande Nikhil Kalbande United States says:

    Looking for adhesive for plastic on aluminum for high temareture range ( about 200 F). Would EP17HT-3 and Supreme 46HT-2 be good choices? If yes, which one would be better? Thanks.

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