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Epoxy Adhesives—2K

Air Products provides an extensive line of accelerators and catalysts for two-component (2K) epoxy adhesives.  They have been tailored specifically to meet the most challenging adhesive performance and handling requirements.

The term “two-component” indicates that the curing agent portion and the epoxy resin portion of the adhesive formulation are packaged separately. The two are kept separate until ready to use, because when combined under ambient environmental conditions they will react either partially or completely.

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Ancamine 1110

Dimethylaminomethylphenol. Reduced-activity variant of Ancamine® K54 curing agent. Used in concrete adhesives and coatings with polysulfide and polymercaptan curing agents, and in electrical castings with anhydrides

Dimethylaminomethylphenol. Reduced-activity variant of Ancamine® K54 curing agent. Used in concrete adhesives and coatings with polysulfide and polymercaptan curing agents, and in electrical castings with anhydrides

Ancamine K54

2,4,6-Tri(dimethylaminomethyl) phenol. Efficient tertiary amine activator for epoxy resins cured with a wide variety of hardener types. Used in coatings, flooring, adhesives, castings, potting, and encapsulation.

2,4,6-Tri(dimethylaminomethyl) phenol. Efficient tertiary amine activator for epoxy resins cured with a wide variety of hardener types. Used in coatings, flooring, adhesives, castings, potting, and encapsulation.

Ancamine K61B

2-Ethylhexanoic acid salt of Ancamine® K54 curing agent. Extended pot life version designed to give less exothermic cure. DOT noncorrosive. Used in small and medium-sized castings, potting, and impregnation varnishes.

2-Ethylhexanoic acid salt of Ancamine® K54 curing agent. Extended pot life version designed to give less exothermic cure. DOT noncorrosive. Used in small and medium-sized castings, potting, and impregnation varnishes.

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