Heat Resistant Adhesive Touts High Strength Structural Bonding
Thu, 04/08/2010 - 8:37am
Presented as offering high performance bonding strength to both similar and dissimilar substrates, Master Bond’s Polymer Supreme 46HT-2 two-component adhesive features high-temperature resistance along with desirable toughness and strength, durability, thermal cycling and shock capabilities, and electrical insulation properties. According to the company, the adhesive’s superior peel and shear strength properties makes it appropriate for applications where long term exposure to wide temperature ranges between -100°F and +500°F is required. It is used in aerospace, electronic, metalworking, transportation, appliance and chemical/oil processing applications. With a mixing ratio of 100 to 30, it cures at elevated temperatures with a minimum 250°F required for cure. Moreover, product properties are relatively unaffected by small changes in mix ratio. There is also a non-drip version that will not flow during cure.