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    ReAct® 795 is a tough acrylic adhesive designed primarily for securing of ceramic permanent magnet segments in motor magnet bonding applications. This adhesive has also found wide acceptance in a variety of structural bonding applications due to its versatile performance capabilities. ReAct® 795 has demonstrated the ability to provide high tensile strength while maintaining excellent product flexibility. This results in tough, durable bonds with outstanding impact and peel resistance. This tough acrylic is a single component, room temperature curing adhesive which is used in conjunction with Activator 47. Additionally, exposure to a high intensity UV light will cure this adhesive to a dry, hard surface. ReAct® 795 is similar in function to Loctite A533 and Loctite AA332 and delivers high shear strength and tensile strength. One of its primary uses is securing permanent magnets in motor magnet bonding applications. Recomended Applications: Furniture | Elevators | Automotive Applications | Permanent Motor Magnets | Speakers | Generators | Bonding Flywheels | Sensors |
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    External Ammo Sealant 76081

    External Ammunition Sealant 76081 is a single component U.V. anaerobic sealant. 76081 has a low viscosity penetrating material capable of bonding and sealing primers and case mouths in ammunition. This Sealant is specially formulated for Ammunition that needs greater fit tolerance and higher bullet pull forces. Curing occurs when the adhesive is applied between mating surfaces. The cured adhesive is a thermoset plastic and endures exposure to most solvents. Ammunition Sealant 76081 cures quickly at room temperature without the need for surface activators or heat to seal primer and case mouth assemblies. Fixturing strength develops in two to three minutes. Full strength will be reached in 24 hours. Cure fillets at UV light irradiances above 100 milliwatts/cm² to insure proper cure.
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    External Ammo Sealant 76082

    External Ammunition Sealant 76082 is a single component U.V. anaerobic sealant. 76082 has a low viscosity penetrating material capable of bonding and sealing primers and case mouths in ammunition. This Sealant is specially formulated for Ammunition that needs greater fit tolerance and higher bullet pull forces. Curing occurs when the adhesive is applied between mating surfaces. The cured adhesive is a thermoset plastic and endures exposure to most solvents. Ammunition Sealant 76082 cures quickly at room temperature without the need for surface activators or heat to seal primer and case mouth assemblies. Fixturing strength develops in two to three minutes, Full strength will be reached in 24 hours. Cure fillets at UV light irradiances above 100 milliwatts/cm² to insure proper cure.
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    External Ammo Sealant 76085

    External Ammunition Sealant 76085 is a single component U.V. anaerobic sealant. 76085 has a low viscosity penetrating material capable of bonding and sealing primers and case mouths in ammunition. This Sealant is specially formulated for Ammunition that needs greater fit tolerance and higher bullet pull forces. Curing occurs when the adhesive is applied between mating surfaces. The cured adhesive is a thermoset plastic suitable for temperatures up to 400°F (204°C), and endures exposure to most solvents. Ammunition Sealant 76085 cures quickly at room temperature without the need for surface activators or heat to seal primer and case mouth assemblies. Fixturing strength develops in two to three minutes, Full strength will be reached in 24 hours. Cure fillets at UV light irradiances above 100 milliwatts/cm² to insure proper cure.
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    External Ammo Sealant 76101

    External Ammunition Sealant 76101 is a single component U.V. anaerobic sealant. 76101 has a low viscosity penetrating material capable of bonding and sealing primers and case mouths in ammunition. It is specially formulated for pre-assembled components; it works by capillary action sealing ammunition and improving bullet pull force. Curing occurs when the adhesive is applied between mating surfaces. The cured adhesive is a thermoset plastic suitable for temperatures up to 400°F (204°C), and endures exposure to most solvents. Ammunition Sealant 76101 is a high strength sealant that cures quickly at room temperature without the need for surface activators or heat to seal primer and case mouth assemblies. Fixturing strength develops in two to five minutes, Full strength will be reached in 24 hours. Cure fillets at UV light irradiances above 60 milliwatts/cm² to insure proper cure.
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    HPS 38374

    Porosity Sealant (HPS) 38374R is the solution to leak proof parts, improving machinability, in addition to increasing the durability and surface quality for painting and plating. The required addition of HPS Initiator activates the dual-cure system enabling the system to cure anaerobically at room temperature or at elevated temperatures. The cured, hardened resin exhibits superior chemical resistance and elevated temperature stability. The microscopic voids, where potential leaks occur (between metal grains or ceramic or plastic molecules) in the part are filled by low viscosity resin during vacuum application. Sealed micro-pores cure without shrinkage to a tough, cross-linked, thermoset polymer, permanently sealing the work piece. Residual adhesive film is washed from the part surfaces by water during the rinsing cycle. The parts leave the impregnating process without surface residue and can then be used in production within a short period of time. When used in preparation for plating or painting processes, the impregnation process also eliminates absorption of plating material (like acids) or painting prep solvents that could otherwise bleed out of the pores causing finishes to discolor, blister, pit or peel. Sealed powdered metal parts exhibit better machinability, enhanced tool life and better dimensional control.
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    HPS 59801

    Porosity Sealant (HPS) 59801 is a low viscosity liquid sealant designed for sealing interfacial leak paths in flexible electronic assemblies. It may also be used to enhance dielectric strength or seal porosity in passive materials. The dual-cure system incorporated in HPS 59801 offers the advantage of elevated temperature curing or curing at room temperature. HPS 59801 is typically applied with a vacuum impregnation process that removes air from the internal void and then saturates the part with liquid sealant. In the absence of circulating air, the liquid rapidly polymerizes to form a tough, flexible, thermoset polymer that permanently seals gaps in the assembly. Excess liquid sealant is rinsed from the outside of the part with an aqueous solution effectively leaving no surface build up. Parts processed with HPS 59801 are sealed internally but remain cosmetically and dimensionally unchanged. Typical applications include sealing or unitizing over-molded electrical components against leakage of air, water, coolants, oils and other fluids. As a good insulator, HPS 59801 may also be used to improve the dielectric strength across gaps between high voltage conductors.
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    UV Curable 40995

    Grenade Igniter Case Sealant 40995 is a single component anaerobic thread locking and sealing adhesive. Grenade Igniter Case Sealant 40995 is a low viscosity penetrating material that works by capillary action between mating surfaces. The cured adhesive is a high-performance thermoset plastic suitable for temperatures up to 400°F (204°C). Grenade Igniter Case Sealant 40995 cures quickly at room temperature without the need for surface activators or heat to join threaded assemblies. Fixturing strength develops in five minutes, or within 10 seconds by exposing the edge fillets to high intensity long wavelength UV light (365 nm). Full strength will be reached in 24 hours. Cure fillets at UV light irradiances above 60 milliwatts/cm² to insure proper cure.