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Epoxy Adhesives—2K

Air Products offers formulators of two-component (2K) epoxy adhesives a broad line of diluents and modifiers for use in automotive, aerospace, electrical insulation and general industrial applications. 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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Epodil 741

Best glycidyl ether for viscosity reduction with good retention of properties. High vapor pressure. Used in tooling, electrical applications, flooring, and highly filled coatings.

Best glycidyl ether for viscosity reduction with good retention of properties. High vapor pressure. Used in tooling, electrical applications, flooring, and highly filled coatings.

Epodil 741HP

Best glycidyl ether for viscosity reduction with good retention of properties. High vapor pressure. Used in tooling, electrical applications, flooring, and highly filled coatings.

Best glycidyl ether for viscosity reduction with good retention of properties. High vapor pressure. Used in tooling, electrical applications, flooring, and highly filled coatings.

Epodil 746

Less toxic, less irritating substitute for Epodil® 741 diluent, with only a slight reduction in dilution efficiency. Low volatility makes it suitable for high-temperature cure. Used in flooring, mortars, and potting.

Less toxic, less irritating substitute for Epodil® 741 diluent, with only a slight reduction in dilution efficiency. Low volatility makes it suitable for high-temperature cure. Used in flooring, mortars, and potting.

Epodil 747

Improved dilution efficiency compared with Epodil® 748, but has a slightly higher vapor pressure and skin sensitization potential. In all other respects, properties are similar. Used in flooring, mortars, potting, and coatings.

Improved dilution efficiency compared with Epodil® 748, but has a slightly higher vapor pressure and skin sensitization potential. In all other respects, properties are similar. Used in flooring, mortars, potting, and coatings.

Epodil 748

General-purpose diluent. Low toxicity and low vapor pressure. Slows reactivity. Good viscosity reduction, improves flexibility, and improves adhesion to no-polar surfaces. Used in flooring, mortars, coatings and two-component adhesives.

General-purpose diluent. Low toxicity and low vapor pressure. Slows reactivity. Good viscosity reduction, improves flexibility, and improves adhesion to no-polar surfaces. Used in flooring, mortars, coatings and two-component adhesives.

Epodil 749

Low volatility diluent. Low reduction in physical properties and reactivity. Used in civil engineering applications, electrical potting, and encapsulation.

Low volatility diluent. Low reduction in physical properties and reactivity. Used in civil engineering applications, electrical potting, and encapsulation.

Epodil 750

Best dilution efficiency of difunctional glycidyl ether diluents. Low volatility. Minimal impact on reactivity. Used in electrical potting, casting, and encapsulation.

Best dilution efficiency of difunctional glycidyl ether diluents. Low volatility. Minimal impact on reactivity. Used in electrical potting, casting, and encapsulation.

Epodil 757

Good maintenance of physical properties combined with moderate dilution efficiency. Good creep resistance. Used in laminates and civil engineering applications.

Good maintenance of physical properties combined with moderate dilution efficiency. Good creep resistance. Used in laminates and civil engineering applications.

Epodil 759

Similar to Epodil® 748 except it is less likely to crystallize. Used in coatings and civil engineering applications.

Similar to Epodil® 748 except it is less likely to crystallize. Used in coatings and civil engineering applications.

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