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Design
9th February 2024
Two-part structural epoxy meets ISO 10993-5 for non-cytotoxicity

Master Bond Supreme 11AOHTMed is a two-component epoxy featuring thermal conductivity and electrical insulation.

Design
29th November 2023
Flexible, thixotropic, one component dual cure epoxy

Master Bond UV23FLDC-80TK epoxy is a moderate viscosity, cationic type system that offers both UV light and heat curing mechanisms.

Design
2nd November 2023
One part RTV silicone passes non-cytotoxicity standards

Designed for medical device manufacturing, MasterSil 711Med passes ISO 10993-5 testing.

Design
31st July 2023
Thermally conductive, electrically insulative medical epoxy

Master Bond EP40TCMed is a two-part, room-temperature curing epoxy system that meets the requirements of ISO 10993-5 for non-cytotoxicity.

Design
15th March 2023
Dual curable adhesive offers rapid fixturing with LED light

Master Bond LED415DC90 is a one-component adhesive system that cures rapidly upon exposure to a 405nm wavelength LED light source without any oxygen inhibition.

Design
8th February 2023
Non-cytotoxic epoxy withstands multiple methods of medical sterilisation

Master Bond EP41S-5Med is a two-part epoxy system that meets the requirements of ISO 10993-5 for non-cytotoxicity and can be used for bonding, sealing, and coating in medical devices.

Latest
6th January 2023
Electrically insulative, toughened epoxy meets NASA specifications

Master Bond Supreme 42HT-2ND Black is a two-part, non-drip epoxy system designed for bonding, sealing and coating applications.

Design
17th November 2022
Master Bond's new electrically isolating epoxy

Master Bond EP5TC-80 is a thermally conductive, electrically insulating, one part epoxy system for bonding, sealing and small encapsulating applications. It meets NASA low outgassing requirements.

Design
14th October 2022
Master bond addition cured silicones

Master Bond MasterSil 323AO-LO is a two-component silicone elastomer with a self-priming feature, designed for bonding, sealing and gap filling applications.

Latest
8th September 2022
Low viscosity, biocompatible epoxy offers optical clarity

Master Bond EP4CL-80Med is a one-part, optically clear epoxy developed for use in medical device assembly applications. It withstands repeated sterilisation cycles and passes ISO 10993-5 testing for non-cytotoxicity.

Design
8th July 2022
Toughened One Part Epoxy Withstands Thermal Cycling

It has a moderately high glass transition temperature (Tg) of 150-155°C and a wide service temperature range from -150°F to +550°F. Designed to compensate for thermal mismatches, this compound resists impact, vibration, shock and rigorous thermal cycling.

Passives
31st January 2022
Epoxy encapsulant resists arcing without igniting

Master Bond EP21AC is a two part epoxy with a non-halogenated filler that is formulated for applications where arc resistance and flame retardancy are required.

Component Management
22nd July 2019
Toughened epoxy polysulfide hybrid offers chemical resistance

Master Bond EP21TP-2NV is a two part epoxy polysulfide hybrid formulated for use as an adhesive, sealant and potting system. It withstands prolonged exposure to many harsh chemicals including fuels, oils, hydrocarbons and hydraulic fluids. It is also fully RoHS compliant, meeting RoHS3 Directive (EU) 2015/863. 

Component Management
2nd July 2019
Non-premixed one part epoxy for chip coating

Featuring a combination of thermal conductivity and electrical insulation properties, Master Bond Supreme 3CCM-85 is a single component epoxy initially designed for glob top and chip coating applications. However, this system can also be utilised for encapsulation and bonding. Supreme 3CCM-85 cures within two to three hours at 80-85°C, which is advantageous for use on heat sensitive components and substrates. 

Component Management
2nd July 2019
Low viscosity epoxy system features high flexibility

Two component epoxy, Master Bond EP88FL, is a highly flexible, optically clear compound formulated for bonding, coating, sealing, potting and encapsulation. It is easy to use, with a mixing ratio of one to one by weight or volume. 

Component Management
20th May 2019
One component epoxy features thermal cycling resistance

  The Master Bond Supreme 17HT is a single component, no mix epoxy system for bonding and sealing applications featuring an unlimited working life at room temperature.

Component Management
24th April 2019
Dual curing epoxy meets biocompatibility requirements

A single component, nanosilica filled compound featuring a UV and heat curing mechanism has been released by Master Bond, with the UV22DC80-1Med. Not only does it pass USP Class VI Tests for biocompatibility, but it also meets ISO 10993-5 for cytotoxicity, making it ideal for many applications in the medical device industry. 

Component Management
5th April 2019
Graphene filled epoxy offers thermal conductivity

The newly introduced EP30NG from Master Bond is a two part epoxy adhesive system developed for applications that require high thermal conductivity. It contains a specialty graphene filler which contributes not only to its high compressive strength, but also to its enhanced dimensional stability. 

Component Management
4th February 2019
Biocompatible, nanosilica filled LED curable adhesive

The LED curing adhesive system from Master Bond, the LED405Med, meets ISO 10993-5 cytotoxicity requirements for use in medical device assembly. LED405Med is optically clear, with a refractive index of 1.50, and offers excellent light transmission properties. This electrically insulative system features a high volume resistivity of more than 1014 ohm-cm and a low dielectric constant of 4.2 at 60Hz.

Component Management
17th January 2019
Low viscosity thermally conductive underfill epoxy

Master Bond EP3UF-1 is a new single component epoxy that is not premixed and frozen. Due to its low viscosity of 5,000-15,000 cps, this heat curable thixotropic compound is suited for underfill and many bonding applications. EP3UF-1 delivers high bond strength and dimensional stability with a compressive strength of 18,000-20,000 psi and a tensile modulus of 450,000-500,000 psi.

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