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Michaels R.,Master Bond Inc.
Electronic Products (Garden City, New York) | Year: 2010

Thermally conductive adhesives and potting compounds have emerged as essential ingredients in overcoming the challenge of heat. Thermal interface materials that fill in the air gaps between thermal transfer surfaces, are one of the key cooling measures. The range of thermal interface materials also includes a variety of thermally conductive adhesives and related potting compounds, such as one- and two-component epoxies, silicones and solvent-based compounds. Thermally conductive epoxy films are also available that address some of the most common application issues. These compounds bond components to create electronics assemblies and help manage heat. Thermally conductive products also offer a range of desirable physical and mechanical properties, including chemical, moisture, and temperature resistance. Source


Brenner W.,Master Bond Inc.
Photonics Spectra | Year: 2012

Technology in the optics industry has steadily advanced over the past several years, which can make the process of selecting an adhesive very complex, considering the number of factors now involved. After curing, optical properties, chemical and temperature resistance, and flexibility are among the features of paramount importance in selecting an optical adhesive. Epoxies are arguably the most versatile and widely used polymers for high-tech applications. They offer outstanding physical attributes, including high physical strength, good chemical resistance, excellent adhesion to a variety of substrates, broad temperature resistance and the ability to cure in thicker sections for sealing and encapsulation applications. There also are some highly specialized two-part epoxies that require a heat cure and provide outstanding physical properties that could not be achieved by a more conventional system. Source


Michaels R.,Master Bond Inc.
Machine Design | Year: 2011

Kenneth J. Korane provides a number of factors that need to be consider to select adhesives, sealants, and coatings that withstand harsh chemical environments. All polymers, including adhesives, are potentially vulnerable to chemical attack that can degrade physical properties. The challenge is to know exactly the way an adhesive will react, given all the variables that govern the effects of chemical exposures. The first factor that needs to be considered is to understand is that no single adhesive is suitable for every chemical environment. Understanding the adhesives that withstand which chemicals is part of the overall effort to select adhesives, sealants, and coatings that withstand harsh chemical environments. Chemical exposure also needs to be considered in the context of the application's thermal and mechanical loads. Source


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Master Bond Inc. | Date: 2013-01-29

ADHESIVES FOR INDUSTRIAL USE; INDUSTRIAL ADHESIVES FOR USE IN COATING AND SEALING. COATINGS IN THE NATURE OF INDUSTRIAL SEALANTS FOR WATERPROOFING, SURFACE HARDENING AND SURFACE PROTECTING, NAMELY, POLYMER-BASED SEALANTS FOR PROVIDING RESISTANCE TO MOISTURE, CHEMICALS, ABRASION AND HIGH/LOW TEMPERATURES IN AEROSPACE, ELECTRONIC, ELECTRICAL, APPLIANCE, MEDICAL, OPTICAL, AND OIL AND CHEMICAL PROCESSING COMPONENTS; SPECIALTY COATINGS FOR USE IN ADVANCED TECHNOLOGICAL INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS IN THE NATURE OF AN EXTERIOR SURFACE COATING PROTECTANT, NAMELY, POLYMER-BASED COATINGS FOR PROTECTION AGAINST MOISTURE, CHEMICALS, ABRASION, THERMAL CYCLING, HIGH/LOW TEMPERATURES AND MECHANICAL SHOCK, VIBRATION AND IMPACT.


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Master Bond Inc. | Date: 1987-09-01

ADHESIVES AND SEALANTS, NAMELY, EPOXIES, ANAEROBICS AND GLUES FOR ALL-PURPOSE INDUSTRIAL USE. COATINGS FOR USE ON PIPING, PROCESS EQUIPMENT, FLOORS, ROOFS, TANKS, ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS, OPTICAL COMPONENTS AND SPORTING EQUIPMENT.

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