View all newsletters
Receive our newsletter - data, insights and analysis delivered to you
  1. Master Bond
23 August 2022

Thermally Conductive, Electrically Non-Conductive, Low Outgassing Epoxy

Master Bond EP40TC is a two-part epoxy system, designed for bonding, sealing and encapsulating applications where thermal conductivity and electrical insulation are required. With a high thermal conductivity value of 8-11BTU/in (ft2 /hr/°F) [1.16-1.60W/(m/K)], it is formulated with a small particle size filler, making it ideal for filling small cavities and applying the product in thin sections. Its volume resistivity is greater than 1015 ohm-cm.

“EP40TC’s key distinguishing factor is that there is no compromise on the bond strength while providing excellent elongation and toughness. It has a high strength profile with a tensile lap shear strength of 2,300psi-2,500psi, an elongation of 60%-70%, and a tensile modulus of 5,000psi-15,000psi,” says Rohit Ramnath, Senior Product Engineer. “Also, it meets NASA low outgassing specifications which is a prerequisite for many aerospace, electronic and optical applications.”

Serviceable from -100°F to +300°F, this toughened system resists thermal cycling, vibration and shock. EP40TC exhibits a high peel strength of 40pli-60pli and Shore D hardness of 70-80 at 75°F. It features a convenient 1:1 mix ratio, and cures in two to three days at room temperature or faster with the addition of heat. This compound adheres well to a variety of substrates, such as metals, composites, glass and many plastics. EP40TC is available in standard packaging, as well as premixed and frozen syringes.

For more information, please contact Masterbond via the contact details on our profile.

Today, there is a great market demand for all sorts of advanced power and high-frequency communications electronics, including high-power semiconductors, diodes, converters, amplifiers, radio devices,...
A NASA publication documented the use of Master Bond EP65HT-1 for use in organic photovoltaic devices.
Scientists at CERN used EP79 to reduce the radiation length and connect electrically-conductive joints of the aluminium barrel and copper end caps of the Faraday...
NEWSLETTER Sign up Tick the boxes of the newsletters you would like to receive. The top stories of the day delivered to you every weekday. A weekly roundup of the latest news and analysis, sent every Wednesday. The power industry's most comprehensive news and information delivered every month.
I consent to GlobalData UK Limited collecting my details provided via this form in accordance with the Privacy Policy
SUBSCRIBED

THANK YOU

Thank you for subscribing to Power Technology