Delo's high temperature adhesives provide a temperature stability of 3 N/mm² at 220°C as well as 12 N/mm² at 150°C. Delo's new epoxy resin adhesives can provide this performance thanks to an increased glass transition temperature as well as improved long-term temperature stability. In addition, the adhesives hold 80 percent of their initial tensile strength after being stored at +220°C for 1,000 hours. Used as construction adhesives, Delomonopox HT281 and the impact resistant Delomonopox HT282 are ideal for the bonding of all metals as well as temperature-resistant plastic, ferrite and ceramic. These adhesives offer high strength and permanent resistance to harsh environmental influences.
Delomonopox HT282, with aluminum filler, can be used in mechanical engineering when bonding magnets in electric motors and has the properties to withstand dynamic stress. In contrast, Delomonopox HT281, with mineral filler, is electrically insulating and can be used where components in electric motors need to be bonded and cast. It is also used in applications where excellent chemical resistance is required, such as slide ring seals. Designed for simple and fast dispensing, these filled, thixotropic adhesives can be processed within a time period of up to four weeks at room temperature. Delo's high temperature adhesives are compliant with RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU.
- Withstand exposure to up to +220°C
- Temperature stability of 3 N/mm² at 220°C; 12 N/mm² at 150°C
- Hold 80 percent of initial tensile strength after stored at +220°C for 1,000 hours