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UV curable adhesive.

This one-component, low viscosity, optically clear, UV curable adhesive, UV10MED, is USP Class VI approved and is recommended for use in medical device manufacturing. It is said to offer superior adhesion to metals, glass, ceramics and most plastics. It is also said to have excellent chemical resistance properties and is resistant to many types of sterilants. It has a service operating temperature range of-60[degrees]F to 250[degrees]F. UVIOMED is said to be easy to use. Its low viscosity is said to make it advantageous in applications where there is a small clearance between surfaces being bonded. It is 100% reactive and does not contain any solvents or other volatiles. It offers rapid cure speed upon exposure to a UV lamp. Typical cure times range from 5-10 seconds to 2-3 minutes at ambient temperatures. A 200 watt/inch medium pressure mercury vapor lamp or equivalent UV light source is recommended. (Master Bond)

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Title Annotation:Suppliers Showcase: Materials
Publication:Rubber World
Date:Jul 1, 2008
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