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Adhesives, Sealants & Coatings for the Aerospace Industry

Master Bond offers easy-to-read, comprehensive catalogs for the medical, oil & gas, electronic and aerospace industries. These catalogs provide an overview on the most advanced adhesives, sealants, coatings and potting compounds. They are organized by chemistry, key properties, curing schedules and provide economical solutions for many complex application requirements.

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Sterilization of Medical Equipment

Sterilization plays a major role in the use of both reusable and disposable medical devices. Download this white paper to learn about the different types of sterilization methods and their effects on materials used in medical devices. Also included is The Spaulding Classification System and recommended processes for various medical devices. To maintain their performance properties both during and after the sterilization processes, the selection of appropriate adhesives, sealants, coatings and encapsulants for medical devices is critical.

Posted in: Materials, White Papers, MDB

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Achieving Better Adhesion with Proper Surface Preparation

Achieving good adhesion not only depends on selecting the right adhesive, but also on implementing the best surface preparation techniques. Regardless of the substrate, proper surface preparation always plays an essential role in achieving strong bonds. This white paper explores the various techniques including degreasing, abrasion, chemical treatments and physical methods.

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One Component Epoxies: Versatility and Convenience

To understand one part epoxy systems, you need to know how a two part system works. In this white paper, we explore how a one part system is constructed, how it can and should be used, and how it can be modified to achieve a variety of performance properties. Also learn how technological advances have resulted in innovative, unique systems.

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Products of Tomorrow: January 2015

The technologies NASA develops don’t just blast off into space. They also improve our lives here on Earth. Life-saving search-and-rescue tools, implantable medical devices, advances in commercial aircraft safety, increased accuracy in weather forecasting, and the miniature cameras in our cellphones are just some of the examples of NASA-developed technology used in products today.

Posted in: Manufacturing & Prototyping, Materials, Sensors, Products, Techs for License, Articles

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Heat-Conducting Plastic Blend Developed

The spaghetti-like internal structure of most plastics makes it hard for them to cast away heat, but a University of Michigan (U-M) research team has made a plastic blend that does so 10 times better than its conventional counterparts. Because plastics restrict the flow of heat, their use is limited in technologies like computers, smartphones, cars, or airplanes — places that could benefit from their properties, but where heat dissipation is important.

Posted in: Plastics, Articles, UpFront

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Low-Weight, Durable, Low-Cost Metal Rubber Sensor System for Ultra-Long-Duration Scientific Balloons

Sensors integrated onto load-bearing seams measure axial loads in the most extreme environmental conditions. Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland Large axial load forces and extreme temperature ranges are typical for scientific balloon missions. Therefore, a durable, flexible, and thermally stable sensor material is needed. In this innovation, sensors have been designed to be integrated onto the load-bearing seams and/or outer balloon mesh polyethylene surface of the pressurized balloon system to measure accurately and continually axial loads under extreme environmental conditions for extended intervals (i.e. more than 100 days).

Posted in: Materials, Coatings & Adhesives, Metals, Sensors, Articles, Briefs, TSP

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