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  • High-Temp.-Resistant Epoxy
Jul 2008
Master Bond Inc.Request Info
HACKENSACK, N.J., July 3, 2008 – Master Bond has introduced Supreme 11AOHT, a new epoxy that has high thermal conductivity and electrical insulation properties. It 11AOHT has a service operating temperature range of -100 to +400 °F and is well suited for applications involving thermal cycling.
The paste is a two component, room temperature curing epoxy adhesive that can be applied without sagging or dripping – even on vertical surfaces. The Supreme 11AOHT epoxy has a convenient mixing ration of 1 to 1 by weight or volume. It bonds well to both similar and dissimilar substrates and has high shear and peel strength.

According to Master Bond, this toughened compound has exceptional adhesion to most metals, ceramics, glass and most rubbers and plastics, and the bonds are resistant to water, oil and most organic solvents.

Master Bond Supreme 11AOHT is available for use in pint, quart, gallon and 5 gallon container kits.


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Common name for a variety of adhesives used for lens bonding, fiber optic splicing and other photonics applications. The term is actually a prefix denoting the presence of an epoxide group in a molecule.
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