LED Curable Adhesive, Sealant and Coating System LED403Med is Biocompatible

Master Bond LED403Med is a single component, no-mix compound that cures rapidly upon exposure to 405 nm wavelength light. It can cure at room temperature up to and beyond 1/8 inch thick upon exposure to LED light. LED403Med fully passes USP Class VI biocompatibility and ISO 10993-5 cytotoxicity requirements.

This product offers excellent optical clarity and light transmission properties. It has high bond strength to similar and dissimilar substrates including treated metals, glass and many plastics. Its viscosity is 100,000-150,000 cps. LED403Med has excellent dimensional stability and superior electrical insulation properties. It also is resistant to gamma radiation, ETO and various chemical sterilants.

Cure speeds in thin sections can be achieved in 15-30 seconds. Speed of cure depends upon the intensity of the light source, thickness of the layer and the distance of the light source from the material being cured. LED403Med contains no solvents or diluents. It fully cures tack-free without any oxygen inhibition.

Visible light curing formulations feature long term durability and reliability. They are ideal for bonding thermally sensitive parts. LED light emitting sources are generally considered to be less hazardous and more user friendly than their comparable UV light sources. Environmentally friendly, these products lower processing costs and increase productivity.

Benefits of Master Bond LED Light Curable Adhesives

Master Bond’s LED curable compounds have been formulated to the highest of standards. Some of their noteworthy features include:

  • Single component—no mixing required
  • Fast curing—increase your productivity
  • Cures to depth in excess of 0.5 inch
  • Ideal for bonding thermally sensitive parts—limited heat/IR emitted
  • Adhesion to a wide variety of substrates—including tinted and UV blocked materials
  • Moisture resistant
  • Tack free cure

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’s 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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