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1/1/2005

High-temperature repair putty

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Cotronics Corp. (Brooklyn, N.Y.) has introduced Durabond 454, a new, extreme-temperature repair putty that cures ambiently to form a machinable composite. The putty does not out-gas, contains no volatiles or solvents and requires no complicated two- or three-stage curing cycles. The product bonds to high-performance

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Cotronics Corp. (Brooklyn, N.Y.) has introduced Durabond 454, a new, extreme-temperature repair putty that cures ambiently to form a machinable composite. The putty does not out-gas, contains no volatiles or solvents and requires no complicated two- or three-stage curing cycles. The product bonds to high-performance composites and plastics, as well as glass, ceramics and most metals.

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