What is a high temperature epoxy?


Epoxy systems such as DP-460 or Loctite E-60HP as common room temperature cure epoxy adhesives designed to satisfy a wide range of applications. But what can’t epoxy adhesives like that do? They do not perform well above temperatures of 120°C (250°F). The adhesive becomes soft and begins to lose tensile properties. For that, you need specially formulated epoxy systems for high-temperature resistance.

EB-112LV-2 is an epoxy adhesive and potting compound designed for superior performance above 200°C (392°F). EB-112LV-2 also has excellent corrosion resistance and is commonly used a chemically resistant coating. EB-112LV-2 is used in potting high-powered transformers as well as fiber termination into ferrules. In semiconductor applications, EB-112LV-2 is a capillary flow underfill for flip chip mount die. In the electronics industry, EB-112LV-2 is excellent for coil impregnation of copper coil windings.

Product Specifications

No.of Components 2
Mix Ratio by Weight 100/30
Mixed Viscosity @RT(cps) 150-300
Pot Life @25°C(100 gram) >8 hrs
Recommended Cure 2 hrs @ 100°C
Alternate Cure 30 min @ 65°C + 1 hr @ 150°C
Color Clear
Specific Gravity 1.12
Hardness(Shore) D-89
Refractive Index 1.53
Lap Shear Strength @25°C(psi) 2100
Tg(°C) 130
CTE(Below Tg)10-6/°C 52
Service Temp.Range -55°C to 200°C
Thermal Conductivity(W/m°K) NA
Volume Resistivity(500 V) 2 x 10^16

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