Industrial Adhesives - Epoxy, Silicone, Polyurethane, Polysulfide and UV Cure Systems for Industrial Applications

Master Bond manufactures innovative, technologically advanced adhesives, sealants, coatings, potting and encapsulation compounds designed to meet specific application requirements. These include electrical insulative, thermally conductive, electrically conductive, high temperature and chemically resistant grades. Both one and two component systems are available. Master Bond offer systems that cure at room temperature, with the addition of heat and upon exposure to UV light. Many of our systems are NASA low outgassing approved, FDA food grade, USP Class VI certified or meet the requirements of UL94V-0 testing.

Advanced Polymeric Compounds for Industrial Applications

Master Bond offer the widest variety of formulations – over 3000 grades and the technical expertise to help solve problems. They are available for use in large and small quantities. Master Bond's products are freshly prepared to ensure maximum shelf life. Master Bond utilize the most advanced polymeric compounds and our technology is cutting-edge. From nanosilica reinforced formulations to systems with high thermal stability up to 600°F, from cryogenically serviceable systems to low refractive index materials, Master Bond is in the forefront of new product developments.

Master Bond Adhesive Bonding Products for Industrial Applications

The following table summarizes Master Bond's range of adhesive bonding products for industrial applications.

Product

Description

X17

Single part, room temperature curing system for bonding polyolefins without surface preparation.

EP21TDC

Two part, toughened, room temperature curing epoxy that is ideal for bonding dissimilar substrates. Offers both high peel and shear strength properties.

SUPREME 10AOHT

One part thermally conductive epoxy requiring oven curing. Offers excellent strength, temperature resistance & heat transfer properties.

EP21ND

Non-drip, easy to use, general purpose two part epoxy adhesive and sealant. Rigidity and flexibility can be altered by varying the mix ratio.

EP30P

Specialty two part epoxy with wide applicability for bonding, sealing & coating of plastics such as acrylics and polycarbonates.

SUPREME 3HTND-2

Rapid curing, one part, no mix epoxy. Requires elevated temperature cure of 250-300°F. Ideal for bonding dissimilar substrates. Will not flow when cured.

UV18S

UV curable system with superior resistance to chemicals, particularly solvents. Cures rapidly at room temperature upon exposure to UV light.

MASTERSIL 410

Non-flowable, silicone adhesive/sealant with an elongation of over 500%. Superior electrical insulation properties. Superb water resistance. Cures at ambient temperatures.

Typical Applications for Master Bond Adhesive Bonding Systems

Typical applications of Master Bond's range of products for adhesive bonding systems include:

  • Printers
  • Door Panels
  • Hearing Aids
  • Displays
  • Ophthalmic Instruments
  • Electronic Controllers
  • Orthopedic Devices
  • Mobile Phones
  • Instruments
  • Surgical Instruments
  • Drills
  • Fuel Management Systems
  • Filters
  • Cameras
  • Engines
  • Pumps
  • Motors
  • Compressors
  • Brake Systems
  • PC Boards
  • Lasers
  • Controllers
  • Heat Sinks
  • Fiber Optics
  • Hydraulic Components
  • Sensors
  • Lenses & Prisms
  • IC Packaging
  • OLED's
  • Connector Sealing
  • Composites
  • Catheters
  • Imaging Systems
  • Wave Guides
  • Voltage Regulators
  • Catheters
  • Imaging Systems
  • Respiratory Products
  • Solar Panels
  • Transducers
  • Antennas
  • Down Hole Pumps
  • Tubing Assemblies
  • Heat Transfer Devices
  • Endoscopes
  • Power Generators
  • Honeycomb Parts
  • Structural Panels
  • Harness Assemblies
  • Railcars

High Performance Adhesive Bonding Systems

Master Bond's range of adhesives, sealants, coatings and potting and encapsulation compounds 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. They 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 Adhesive Performance Requirements

Master Bond compounds are designed to meet specific performance requirements. Among the most important are:

  • Abrasion resistance
  • Chemical resistance
  • Cryogenically serviceable
  • Easily polished
  • Easily removed by water
  • Easily repairable
  • Electrically insulative
  • Excellent adhesion
  • Mechanical properties
  • Optical transmission
  • High temperature resistance
  • Index of refraction
  • Low coefficient of expansion
  • Low outgassing
  • Dimensional stability
  • Reworkable
  • Low shrinkage
  • Low stress
  • Shock resistance
  • Non-yellowing
  • Resistance to water
  • Impact resistance
  • Screen printable
  • Spectral transmittance
  • Peel strength
  • Durability
  • Thermal cycling
  • Dielectric strength
  • Thermal conductivity
  • Vibration resistance

Performance Properties for Specific Master Bond Grades

Performance properties for specific Master Bond grades of adhesive bonding systems include resistance to:

  • water
  • acetone
  • toluene
  • MEK
  • mineral spirits
  • isopropanol
  • xylene
  • bleach
  • steris
  • cydex
  • skydrol
  • methanol
  • 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 adhesive bonding products for different substrates which are outlined in the following.

  • Plastics
  • Metals
  • Rubbers
  • Specialty Substrates
  • Miscellaneous

Plastics that can be Bonded with Master Bond Industrial Adhesives

Within Master Bond's range of industrial 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 industrial curing 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 industrial 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 Curing Adhesives

Master Bond range of  industrial curing 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 industrial adhesives that can bond materials such as:

  • Ceramics
  • Gallium
  • Glass

New Industrial Adhesives

Master Bond has recently introduced new industrial adhesives including:

Product Description
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 -100°F to 500°F. Exceptional toughness. Resistant to thermal cycling.
UV10TKL0-2 High viscosity, modified epoxy system. Optically clear. NASA low outgassing approved. Superior bond strength and chemical resistant properties.
Sup10AOHT-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.

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

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