New UV-cure adhesive offers tensile strength of 8,300 psi
JUNE 30, 2009 -- Master Bond UV10TK40 cures tack free in the presence of air and will gel rapidly upon UV light exposure.
JUNE 30, 2009 -- Master Bond (search Lightwave for Master Bond) adds a new strength advantage to its latest UV adhesive compound. Master Bond UV10TK40 is a modified epoxy adhesive offering a tensile strength of 8,300 psi and a shore D hardness greater than 75, forming high surface hardness. It cures tack free in the presence of air and will gel rapidly upon UV light exposure. The adhesive exhibits low shrinkage and dimensional stability.
Other properties include heat stability, chemical resistance, and Tg exceeding 94 degrees Celsius. One hundred percent reactive and environmentally friendly, it does not contain any volatiles or hazardous solvents. The adhesive is recommended for clear coating, sealing, and bonding and is intended to simplify any process that requires critical alignment or exact positioning.
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