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Duralco 122 nickel filled adhesive and casting epoxy is formulated to provide an economical alternative to silver filled epoxies

Cotronics Corp. Press Release

FlashlightNews.org - 5/28/2009


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Duralco 122 nickel filled adhesive

Duralco 122 nickel filled adhesive

BROOKLYN, N.Y. - Duralco 122 nickel filled adhesive and casting epoxy is specially formulated to provide a low-cost, economical alternative to silver filled, electrically conductive epoxies. Duralco 122 is the perfect solution for electrical and industrial applications that require a low cost, electrically conductive adhesive.

Ideal for manufacturing and repairing of flexible circuits, solder replacement, bonding semi-conductors, EMI shielding, thermistors, wire tacking, heating elements, assembling, electronics, etc. This two-part epoxy is mixed by hand and flows better. The mixed epoxy cures at room temperature in 16-24 hours at 75°F or can be fast cured in 10 minutes at 200°F. For optimum conductivity, adhesion and strength, post cure at 250° for 2 hours.

The nickel based Duralco 122 conductive epoxy bonds exceptionally well to glass, ceramics, plastics, metals including steel, stainless, aluminum and lead as well as dissimilar materials. Epoxy is resistant to moisture, chemicals and solvents.

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