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Test your knowledge; Selecting an EPOXY for Space Applications

Adhesives in space applications are subject to high vacuum and extreme temperatures, making adhesive choice a critical design consideration.

Adhesives in space applications are subject to high vacuum and extreme temperatures, making adhesive choice a critical design consideration. Put you knowledge to the test and learn more about how low outgassing epoxies satisfy these stringent conditions and provide protection from impact, vibration and thermal shock.

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Supreme 18TC: Thermally Conductive Epoxy Meets NASA Low Outgassing Specifications

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Supreme 18TC is a one component conductive epoxy adhesive featuring unmatched heat transfer capabilities. This thermally conductive and electrically insulative system is capable of being applied in thin bond lines (10-15 microns) and meets NASA low outgassing specifications. It has a smooth paste consistency and cures quickly with the addition of heat. Some other positives include low shrinkage upon curing, a low CTE and a high degree of dimensional stability. It bonds well to a wide variety of substrates including metals, composites, ceramics and most plastics. Thermal resistance of Supreme 18TC is 5-7x10-6K m2/W

For more information, request a technical data sheet on Supreme 18TC

EP90FR-V: Passes Vertical Burn Test

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Formulated for specialty aviation applications, EP90FR-V is a two component epoxy system meeting FAR standard 14 CFR 25.853(a) for flame retardancy. Noteworthy applications include interior panels, door frame lining and floor/door assemblies. Since it is a superior electrical insulator, it is also a candidate for electronic potting and sealing applications. Additionally, it should be noted that EP90FR-V is a non-halogenated system. It also passes Boeing specifications BSS 7238, Revision C for smoke density and BSS 7239, Revision A for toxicity.

For more information, request a technical data sheet on EP90FR-V

EP62-1LO: Epoxy System Features Very Long Pot Life

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EP62-1LO cures rapidly at moderately elevated temperatures, and once cured, exhibits remarkably high thermal stability with a glass transition temperature exceeding 170°C. It also features outstanding chemical resistance with the ability to withstand a one month immersion in a variety of harsh acids and bases at elevated temperatures. This system is widely used in applications where exposure to very aggressive environments and NASA low outgassing properties are required.

For more information, request a technical data sheet on EP62-1LO

EP46HT-2AO Black: NASA Low Outgassing Epoxy Offers Superior Heat Dissipation

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Two component EP46HT-2AO Black is ideal for demanding bonding, sealing and encapsulation applications where thermal conductivity, electrical insulation and high temperature resistance are required. It has a service temperature range of -100°F to 500°F with a glass transition temperature exceeding 200°C. This dimensionally stable system bonds well to a wide variety of substrates including metals, glass, ceramics, composites, various rubbers and many plastics.

For more information, request a technical data sheet on EP46HT-2AO Black

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