Ultra-Fast Curing, Thermally Stable Epoxy Meets NASA Low Outgassing Specifications

Master Bond EP65HT-1 combines high temperature
resistance and fast room temperature curing in a NASA low outgassing
approved epoxy. It also offers superior electrical insulation
capabilities and strong chemical resistance.

With an extremely high glass transition temperature exceeding 125ºC, EP65HT-1 features
fast cure times, even when mixed in small masses. For example, a 10-20
gram mass will cure in 3-5 minutes at room temperature. It is
serviceable over the wide temperature range of -60ºF to +400ºF, has a
tensile shear strength approaching 3,000 psi, and a Shore D hardness
greater than 75.

EP65HT-1 bonds well to a wide range of substrates including metals, glass, ceramics, rubbers, and many
plastics, and is widely used in the electrical, electronic, computer,
medical, optical, transportation, aerospace, and OEM industries. The
adhesive is dark brown in color and is available in a convenient
dispensing gun that mixes the parts with a 10 to 1 ratio. It is also
available for use in half pint, pint, quart, gallon, and 5 gallon
container kits.

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