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November 2003
Bond-It 7050 epoxy adheisve for dissimilar substrates

Cotronics Corp. (Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S.A.) introduces Bond-It 7050 "Activated Epoxy," a room-temperature-cure resin formulation that incorporates adhesion promoters into the epoxy "backbone" to enhance bond strength (3,000 psi) between similar or dissimilar substrates, including composites, nylon and PVC or other

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Posted on: 11/1/2003
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Cotronics Corp. (Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S.A.) introduces Bond-It 7050 "Activated Epoxy," a room-temperature-cure resin formulation that incorporates adhesion promoters into the epoxy "backbone" to enhance bond strength (3,000 psi) between similar or dissimilar substrates, including composites, nylon and PVC or other plastics, as well as aluminum, glass and ceramic materials. The product reportedly retains bond strength and remains thermally stable with high electrical and chemical resistance in service at temperatures as high as 204LC/400LF. Select 232

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