Bond Inc.'s EP62-1MED is a two component epoxy adhesive system for chemical
and temperature resistance. This compound is specifically designed to withstand
repeated cycles of steam, ethylene oxide, radiation and chemical sterilization.
EP62-1MED cures at moderately elevated temperatures (150 - 200F) and offers a
long working life at room temperatures. It contains no solvents or volatiles
and has a 100 to 10 mix ratio by weight.
EP62-1MED bonds to metals,
glass, ceramics, wood and most plastics and is serviceable up to 400F. Shrinkage upon cure is <0.06 percent. The color of part A is clear and part B is
brown. EP62-1MED is available in pint,
quart, gallon and 5 gallon kits. It is
also available in gun applicators for ease of use.
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