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  • Article - 27 Jul 2012
    Master Bond Supreme 10AOHT represents a breakthrough in epoxy adhesive technology featuring a unique balance of performance properties for demanding bonding.
  • Article - 27 Jul 2012
    Master Bond Supreme 3HT-80 cures at 175°F (80°C) – well below the 250-300°F required by typical one component epoxies.
  • Article - 1 Dec 2007
    The chemical and process industries are continually seeking new advanced materials to help extend the life of critical components. Syalons play an important role in this.
  • Article - 20 May 2002
    Composites are common place in automotive and aerospace applications, however they have not been exploited in building and construction. LTM provides a technology and advantages that could potentially...
  • Article - 26 Feb 2002
    The debate over which of these coatings offers better protection has raged for years. While no direct comparison can be made the subject is discussed and the merits and problems associated with zinc...
  • Article - 8 Jun 2001
    Superplastic forming is an alternative and novel method for producing dental implants. It is capable of producing complex prostheses that are lighter, more comfortable and stronger than similar...
  • Article - 8 May 2001
    Component materials for thermosetting composites are described. Reinforcement materials include glass, carbon, aramid and other fibres, while matrix include polyester, epoxy, vinyl ester and...
  • Article - 26 Mar 2001
    Production of polyurethanes is examined including the production of items such as foams, moulded foams, continuous slabstock, rigid foams, thermoplastic PUs in addition to the health and safety...
  • Article - 13 Nov 2000
    Extreme hardness, low density and excellent thermal shock resistance are properties that make sintered silicon carbide suited to applications in industries including: automotive; ballistics; heat...
  • Article - 2 Jul 2020
    The thermal processing of nuclear materials such as UO2 pellets can be used for various nuclear applications.