Flexibilized Epoxy-Urethane Blend Adhesive, Sealant and Potting Compound

Two component, room temperature curing elastomeric Master Bond EP30DP has exceptional toughness, abrasion resistance and is cryogenically serviceable. EP30DP has a low viscosity and can be cast in thick cross sections (e.g. several inches) without the development of excess exotherm during cure. It has high strength properties and outstanding impact and fatigue resistance.EP30DP also has low water absorption, low moisture permeability and high hydrolytic stability.

Master Bond EP30DP has a 100 to 10 mix ratio by weight. It has a working life of 2 ½ to 3 hours for a 100 gram mass at 75°F. Cures can be accelerated by use of heat. Elongation at break is 80%. EP30DP is 100% reactive and does not contain any solvents or volatiles. It is readily repairable and can be easily removed with a razor blade or similar tool. Formulations do not contain any free isocyanate and EP30DP is quite safe to us when proper industrial hygiene practices are observed.

This compound has excellent electrical insulation properties and will withstand exposure to thermal cycling. Shore D hardness is 85. It has a tensile strength of 1,450 psi and a dielectric strength of > 420 volts/mil. This unique polymer system has a shelf life of 6 months in original unopened containers stored at 75°F. It is available for use in ½ pint, pint, quart, gallon, and 5 gallon kits.

Advantages of Two Component Epoxy Systems

Master Bond two part epoxy adhesive systems can produce assemblies mechanically equivalent to or stronger than conventional metal fastened parts at a lower cost and weight. They also offer:

  • Resistance to vibration and shock
  • Ability to withstand thermal cycling
  • Fast cures at ambient temperatures
  • Gap filling capability
  • Exceptional adhesion to similar and dissimilar substrates
  • Uniform stress distribution
  • Long-term durability
  • Easy application
  • Solvent free formulation
  • Dimensional stability

Cutting Edge Formulations

The Master Bond product line consists of advanced epoxies, silicones, polyurethanes, polysulfides, UV/LED cures and other specialty systems. Each compound is designed to meet specific application requirements. Master Bond environmentally friendly systems are available in convenient packaging from small to large sizes.

Outstanding Technical Support

With years of experience in technical support, the Master Bond team will be able to assess your application and recommend the most suitable polymer system to meet your specifications. Master Bond will continue to guide you throughout the design, prototype and manufacturing process. Master Bond offers replacements for discontinued products.

Latest Technological Advancements

As a worldwide manufacturer of polymer compounds, Master Bond is continuously working with universities and R&D labs to improve product performance. Master Bond products are designed to maximize productivity, reduce waste, save energy and for dependable, long term durability.

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