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Cationic Epoxy

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LINCOLN, R.I., April 6, 2017 — Cationic EpoxyThe UV-8504E cationic epoxy from EpoxySet Inc. is designed for bonding, sealing and coating plastics, glass and metals.

The material offers strong bonds to metal, glass and most plastics including ultem, acrylonitrile butadiene styrene and polycarbonates. The UV-8504E can be used as a water protective coating as well as a structural bond. With an elastic modulus of about 300,000 psi and a glass transition temperature of 125 °C, it is excellent for temperature cycling applications from −55 to 200 °C, even in high-humidity environments.

The 1.57 cured refractive index makes the clear system ideal for many optical applications. With a low viscosity, application is easy, and a tack-free cure can be accomplished in 15 seconds.
Apr 2017

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