New Fast Curing Thermally Conductive Epoxy Is Easy To Use!

Eliminate The Mixing, Keep The Properties

June 6, 2017

If you struggle with the time and cost of mixing separate adhesive components, one-component epoxies can make your life a lot easier. Yet many one-part epoxies trade off some physical properties for ease of use. That’s not the case with our 50–3122 One-Component Epoxy.

Even though it requires no mixing, 50–3122 does not skimp on strength, thermal, electrical and other important properties. Here’s a closer look at what this unique one-component epoxy offers:

  • Strength across a wide temperature range. With a tensile strength of 9,500 psi, a lap shear strength of 2,500 psi and a t-peel strength of 30 pli, 50–3122 creates exceptionally strong bonds. And it maintains its strength over a wide temperature range of –60 to 205°C, making it a good choice for structural bonding applications subject to temperature extremes.
  • Impact and vibration tolerance. 50–3122 also has a high tensile modulus of 675,000 psi, which helps it withstand heavy impact loads, vibration and thermal shocks.
  • Thermal and electrical insulation. 50–3122 is more than strong. It also acts as both a thermal and electrical insulator with a thermal conductivity of 1.44 W/m•K and a dielectric strength of 370 Volts/mil. These insulating properties come into play in many electrical, aerospace, appliance, automotive and industrial bonding applications.
  • Chemical resistance and low outgassing. Epoxies in general offer great chemical resistance, and 50–3122 is no exception. As a solvent-free formulation, 50–3122 also meets NASA outgassing standards (ASTM E595–07).

As with any one-part epoxy formulation, 50–3122 requires heat curing. To learn more about the recommended cure schedule and other technical specifications, download our 50–3122 Technical Bulletin.

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