MATERIALS:Master Bond fiberglass adhesive EP33 facilitates the reliable bonding of fiberglass to a variety of different substrates. It has been specially designed to overcome CTE mismatch complications. Curing at room temperature, it produces durable, high strength, and tough bonds between fiberglass, wood, metals, vulcanized rubbers and many plastics. The cured fiberglass adhesive composition is an excellent electrical insulator with superb dielectric performance. It maintains an impressive strength profile of 220 Kg/cm² (3100 psi) in shear even after exposure to temperatures in the 205-235C (400-450F) range. Curing can be accelerated to as short as 1 hour at 95C.
Master Bond’s fiberglass adhesive EP33 is remarkably resistant to thermal cycling, high radiation levels and chemicals, including water, oil, and most organic solvents. This unique combination of properties advocates EP33’s use in the electronic, electrical, computer, construction, metalworking, automotive and chemical industries. It is available in premixed bi-packs and cartridge/gun packaging for convenient dispensing as well as in standard pint, quart, gallon and 5 gallon containers.
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