Master Bond Supreme 3HT-80 cures at 175°F (80°C) – well below the 250-300°F required by typical one component epoxies. It has a cure speed of 30 minutes at 175°F and 10 minutes at 250°F. It is well suited for bonding heat-sensitive substrates.
Master Bond Supreme 3HT-80
Supreme 3HT-80 offers high shear and peel strength properties. It requires no mixing and has an “unlimited” working life. The adhesive spreads evenly, smoothly and is easy to apply. Supreme 3HT-80 is serviceable from -100°F to +350°F. Resistance to impact, thermal shock, vibration and stress fatigue cracking is exceptional.
Supreme 3HT-80 has excellent adhesion to similar and dissimilar substrates. It features superior chemical resistance and electrical insulation properties. It is dimensionally stable and has outstanding durability. 100% reactive Supreme 3HT-80 contains no solvents or volatiles.
Master Bond formulates a line of high-performance one component epoxy systems to meet the needs of the electronic, aerospace, medical, optical, oil/chemical processing and electrical industries. Specific grades offer high/low temperature serviceability, electrical conductivity, flexibility/toughness, thermal conductivity, and chemical resistance. Master Bond also has developed snap cure systems to speed productivity in assembly line applications.
Snap Cure Adhesives
Cutting edge snap cure adhesives facilitate speedy productivity and feature convenient handling. These single component systems require no mixing and are designed to cure rapidly at moderate temperatures. Their short cure cycle results in energy and cost savings. Available for use in a variety of viscosities, these compounds are easy to apply and offer excellent bond strength. Additionally, they have superior resistance to adverse environmental conditions.
Types of Snap Cure Adhesives
Master Bond offers a full line of snap cure adhesives with properties including:
- Electrically conductive
- Thermally conductive
- Electrically insulative
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