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Master Bond

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Contact: Technical Support Department
Phone: 201-343-8983


Master Bond Inc.
154 Hobart Street
Hackensack NJ 07601
United States

Master Bond has been formulating high performance polymer systems for over 35 years. Our advanced adhesives, sealants and coatings offer unmatched performance properties and easy, convenient application.

From oil and gas to food and beverage to petrochemical to pharmaceutical manufacturers rely on Master Bond for their most challenging processing needs. Specific grades feature high/low temperature serviceability, outstanding chemical resistance, superior strength properties the ability to withstand thermal cycling.

Master Bond formulations include epoxy, silicone, polysulfide, polyurethane and UV/visible light curing systems. Both one and two component products are available for use in a wide range of viscosities. They have versatile cure schedules to maximize productivity.

Master Bond's technical staff provides one on one assistance and will recommend the proper compound to best meet your specifications.

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Epoxy System EP62-1

Food Grade Epoxy System EP42HT-2FG

High Strength Epoxies

New Products

Non-Drip Two Component Epoxy Meets FDA Section 175.105 for Indirect Food Applications

Featuring a thick paste consistency, Master Bond EP21NDFG bonds well to a variety of substrates including metals, composites, glass, ceramics and many types of rubbers and plastics.
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Quartz Filled Two Component Epoxy Features High Temperature and Chemical Resistance

Master Bond Supreme 45HTQ is a thermally stable, two component quartz filled epoxy system.
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Elastomer System

Master Bond elastomer system, EP30D-10, offers the strength, flexibility, performance and adhesive qualities traditionally associated with epoxies, along with the toughness and abrasion resistance of polyurethanes. This two-component adhesive is
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White Papers

Epoxy Innovations Drive Adhesive Bonding Growth

Whereas once mechanical fasteners may have been the assembly option of choice, tremendous strides in polymer chemistry over the past few decades have made epoxy resins technically and economically superior.
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When to Use a Fast Cure Adhesive

Fast cure adhesives are a great way to reduce assembly costs, but engineers would be wise to question the need for speed when selecting adhesives.
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Spotlight on Silicones

Silicone adhesive systems have several important performance characteristics that distinguish them from other adhesive families.
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Specialized Adhesives Withstand Thermal Cycling

Adhesives capable of withstanding thermal cycling offer many functional benefits. Rather than designing an application around substrate materials with matching CTEs, many specialty adhesives can handle these fluctuations.
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High Temperature Resistant Adhesives Beat the Heat

Selecting the right adhesive product for extreme temperature applications may seem as straightforward as reading temperature resistance values on data sheets.
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How to Evaluate Chemically Resistant Adhesives

This article examines the importance of exposure variables, chemical interactions, testing, and includes practical suggestions of procedures on how to avoid generalities in the selection process.
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Advanced High Performance Epoxy Adhesives Revolutionize Structural Bonding

What are the factors to consider when you need to maximize adhesive bonding performance?
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How to Evaluate Chemically Resistant Adhesives

Master Bond’s paper offers a guide to evaluating and selecting adhesive products exposed to harsh chemical environments.
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