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Heat Curing Epoxy Resin System

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Master Bond EP112 is a low viscosity, two component cycloaliphatic epoxy specifically designed for high performance outdoor and indoor electrical, electronic and structural applications. This compound features a long working life at ambient temperatures and cures to a strong solid with superior physical strength properties and electrical insulation. It also offers dimensional stability as well as excellent thermal shock and vibration resistance.


Photonics Showcase
Nov 2012
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