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Using Master Bond Supreme industrial epoxy for Bonding, Sealing and Casting

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Using Master Bond Supreme industrial epoxy for Bonding, Sealing and Casting

Post by StewartH on Wed Sep 04 2013, 10:41

Hello All,

Forgive me if using epoxy on a restoration is seen as the devils work Smile - I work for a very large engine manufacturer - for Oil & Gas applications - and as such come across some interesting suppliers that could really assist us in our Stationary engine restorations....restorations that have no other option but to use an epoxy compound (pitted faces, old leaking gaskets/seals etc)

We have had a recent test run on the following epoxy with startling results - run over 1000's of hours of operation in the oilfield in russia (-40degrees ) and UAE (+45degrees)I have nothing to do with the company but must say it does exactly what it says it does and a bit more to boot - please make you own minds up!

I've been testing it in ambient temperatures of 50 degrees plus for applications involving repairing broken castings in pressurised fuel delivery components as well as machined alloy compnents in fuel delivery - again under high pressure - as well as in exhaust gas recirculation - the components performed perfectly and continue to do so after approx 8000 hrs cycle time - it would hardly be tested by the conditions one of our engines could throw at it....

It has its place in a restoration and it not for everybody but as a last resort...... and apologies if this is not new to you good people.....

The following is their discription.....

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. It features exceptional abrasion and chemical resistant properties. It will withstand exposure to petrochemicals, acids, bases and solvents. It retains its performance profile at elevated temperatures up to +450°F..

Supreme 45HTQ has a 100 to 30 mix ratio by weight and offers a working life exceeding 12 hours at room temperature. It has good flow properties and is easy to apply for bonding and sealing applications. This electrically insulative epoxy can also be cast in sections many inches in depth..

This high strength system bonds well to a wide variety of substrates including metals, composites, ceramics and many rubbers and plastics. It has a tensile strength over 10,000 psi and a compressive strength greater than 20,000 psi at room temperature. Dimensionally stable, it requires oven curing at 250-350°F and offers low shrinkage upon curing. As a toughened compound, Supreme 45HTQ resists rigorous thermal cycling..

Supreme 45HTQ is widely used in downhole oil drilling applications. It is also frequently employed by the aerospace, chemical processing, pump, mining, power and other industries. It is available in a variety of standard packaging options including ½ pint, pint, quart, gallon and 5 gallon container kits. It has a 6 month shelf life at room temperature when stored in original, unopened containers..

Master Bond Chemical Resistant Epoxies.
It is used in a variety of downhole and other oil processing applications, as well as for industrial chemical manufacturing. Supreme 45HTQ is a two component, toughened, quartz filled epoxy for high performance bonding, sealing and casting. Read more about Master Bond’s chemical resistant systems at www.masterbond.com/properties/chemical-resistance or contact Tech Support. Phone: +1-201-343-8983 Fax: +1-201-343-2132 Email: technical@masterbond.com.

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Re: Using Master Bond Supreme industrial epoxy for Bonding, Sealing and Casting

Post by Villiers on Wed Sep 04 2013, 21:08

So what you are saying is we can glue up engine castings that have been damaged by frost with a glorified pritt stick?

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Re: Using Master Bond Supreme industrial epoxy for Bonding, Sealing and Casting

Post by matt86 on Wed Sep 04 2013, 21:54

Villiers wrote:So what you are saying is we can glue up engine castings that have been damaged by frost with a glorified pritt stick?
get it right its uhu ! lol lol! lol! 

im a bit unsure with these chemical compounds to replace metal ....

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