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2/5/2019

Epoxies, Etc. launches fast curing toughened epoxy

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Epoxies, Etc. (Cranston, R.I., U.S.) has launched its new 10-3041 Toughened Epoxy Adhesive, which reportedly develops a 3,000 psi lap shear strength within four hours.

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Epoxies, Etc. (Cranston, R.I., U.S.) has launched its new 10-3041 Toughened Epoxy Adhesive, which reportedly develops a 3,000 psi lap shear strength within four hours. Within minutes the material is dry to the touch. 

The 10-3041 high performance epoxy adhesive bonds to a variety of plastics and metals. It is also said to act as an good electrical insulator, making it suitable for many electronic bonding applications. For ease of application, the 10-3041 is packaged in the company’s TriggerBond dispensing system which eliminates the weighing and mixing of a two part epoxy.

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