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High-Temperature Epoxy

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WOONSOCKET, R.I., Jan. 11, 2018 — High-Temperature EpoxyThe EB-119M high-temperature epoxy from EpoxySet Inc. is designed for sealing and bonding in optics, electronics and engineering applications where a fast cure is required.

The EB-119M is a heat-cured polymer that can operate continuously at 230 °C without degradation or damaging sensitive parts. EB-119M is low viscosity with an eight-hour working time. It can be cured in five minutes at 175 °C. When fully cured, the dark amber adhesive produces a glass transition temperature of 158 °C, which translates to very little movement during temperature cycling.

The epoxy is highly chemically resistant to solvents, aviation fuels and other petrochemicals. It provides strong bonds to glass, metal and ceramic, making it ideal for electronic modules, fiber optic terminations, probes or lenses used in high-temperature environments.
Jan 2018

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