Machinery AdhesivesSUPERLOCK machinery adhesives provide reliable locking and sealing of nuts, screws, studs, bolts and other fasteners. They require no primers, exhibit excellent capillary action and gap filling, cure rapidly, and are resistant to chemicals and corrosion. Available in a range of grades/strengths (all of which qualify under appropriate military specifications), the threadlocking adhesives provide positive locking and sealing on both active and inactive surfaces in a multitude of applications. Circle No. 112
Anaerobic SealantThis company has introduced single-component, solvent-free anaerobic sealants TB1133B and 11N-001. The sealants set quickly and achieve good bonding strength and flexibility after curing. TB1133B has particularly good cured properties. 11N-001 features low skin irritation, while cured properties are equivalent to conventional anaerobic sealants. Circle No. 111
THREE BOND INTERNATIONAL, INC.
EncapsulantSTYCAST 1365-65 N encapsulant offers excellent mechanical shock resistance and very good adhesion to a variety of substrates in a convenient 1:1 mix ratio. This material provides process compatibility and flexibility with its ability to cure at either room temperature or elevated temperatures. With a durometer hardness of only 65A, the encapsulant is designed to provide excellent mechanical shock resistance for stress-sensitive components. The product also features very low viscosity, allowing it to permeate throughout tightly packed electronic components or coil windings. Circle No. 113
EMERSON & CUMING
Epoxy ResinThis company has introduced ERISYS EMUA-11, the second product in the family of thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU)-modified bisphenol A epoxy resins. When cured, the product provides tenacious bonds to PVC with improved flexibility and lower viscosity than ERISYSR
CVC SPECIALTY CHEMICALS, INC.
EMUA-10. Applications include vinyl flooring, vinyl sports surfaces, toughening modifier for other epoxy formulations, and modifier for improving thermal-shock and peel resistance. Circle No. 114
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