Jan. 21, 2016
One part epoxy for testing adhesion or cohesive strength of ceramic based flame-sprayed coatings

Key Features

  • Used in ASTM C633 testing applications
  • Exceptionally high tensile strength
  • Excellent dimensional stability
  • Withstands 1,000 hours 85°C/85% RH

Master Bond EP15 is a one component, heat curing epoxy featuring high tensile strength. It is utilized in testing the adhesion and cohesive strength of ceramic flame sprayed coatings. This standard test is fully detailed in ASTM specification C633. EP15 is formulated to cure at temperatures from 300-350°F for 60-90 minutes. Upon cure, EP15 has a tensile strength well in excess of 12,000 psi. EP15 forms rigid and dimensionally stable bonds with minimal shrinkage upon cure. It is 100% reactive and does not contain any solvents or diluents. Its service temperature range is -60°F to +250°F.

As a one component epoxy, EP15 is easy to handle as it does not require mixing prior to use. Its working life at room temperature is unlimited because it is not premixed and frozen. It has very low shrinkage upon curing and superior dimensional stability. The standard color of the epoxy is tan. Although primarily used in the flame sprayed coating test, EP15 can also be utilized in any bonding application where high tensile strength is a prerequisite..

Product Advantages

  • Single component system; no mixing prior to use
  • Unlimited working life at room temperature
  • Exceptionally high tensile strength well exceeding 12,000 psi
  • 100% reactive; contains no solvents or volatiles
  • Bonds well to flame-sprayed coatings
  • Very low shrinkage upon cure
  • Excellent dimensional stability
  • Specifically designed for testing under ASTM specification C633

Product Citation

EP15 was cited in a paper by Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada titled "Properties of SiC-Reinforced Aluminum Alloy Coatings Produced by the Cold Spray Deposition Process". For more information click here.

EP15 was cited in an article titled "Transmission Electron Microscopy Investigation Of Ualx Based Mtr Fuel" by W. Van Renterghem, A. Leenaers, S. Van Den Berghe at the Nuclear Materials Science Institute in Belgium. For more information click here.

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