High-strength resin

  • 20-Jan-2010 10:28 EST
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IMSEAL-800, a high-strength epoxy resin from Impco, applies easily to make permanent repairs in any industrial maintenance, production, and tooling application. The resin cures at room temperature or can be accelerated with heat to provide resistance to pressure, impact, and various substances. IMSEAL-800 fills surface defects where welding or brazing would be impractical and penetrates deep inside cavities, inclusions, and porosity in metal. Once hardened, the permanent seal can be drilled, tapped, or machined and is resistant to most fuels, oils, alcohols, glycols, solvents, salts, mild acids, and other liquids and gases. Cured IMSEAL-800 withstands temperatures from -65 to +350°F (-54 to +177°C) and features a tensile strength of 9000 psi. IMSEAL-800 is packaged in a two-part, premeasured system activated by mixing the two parts inside the sealed packet. Once mixed, the clear, low-viscosity epoxy has a pot life of ±45 min at room temperature, and the package becomes the applicator.

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