High-Temperature Adhesive

Ceramabond 632 is ideal for bonding and coating mica and glass-ceramics as well as non-ceramic substrates such as steel and stainless steel. It is applied easily using a brush, syringe or pneumatic dispenser, says the company.

title
title

Valley Cottage, NY – Ceramabond 632, a new high temperature adhesive developed by Aremco Products, Inc., is now used to bond and coat mica, glass-ceramics and metals for dielectric applications to 2300 oF (1260 ºC). Ceramabondtm 632 is a single part, mica-filled, high dielectric adhesive, which is formulated for bonding and coating mica, glass-ceramics and metals for temperatures to 2300 oF (1260 ºC). Physical properties include a dielectric strength of 150 volts per mil at room temperature and coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) of 4.7 ppm/oF (8.5 ppm/ºC). Viscosity range is 10,000-25,000 cP, specific gravity is 1.45-1.50 g/cc and pH is 11.0. Ceramabondtm 632 is ideal for bonding and coating mica and glass-ceramics as well as non-ceramic substrates such as steel and stainless steel. It is applied easily using a brush, syringe or pneumatic dispenser. After application, it sets rapidly at room temperature and step cures at 200 oF and 500 oF for 2 hours each, respectively. Cured material is resistant to most acids, solvents and fuels. Cleanup of uncured material is accomplished easily with warm water and soap.

For more information, please visit www.aremco.com.

More in Home