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How do you get a two-part epoxy to achieve its maximum cured bonding properties?



For a two-part epoxy to achieve its maximum cured bonding properties, the two parts must be sufficiently mixed, and cured at the proper temperature and time.  Improperly mixed or under-cured epoxy will generally NOT continue to cure at room temperature——the epoxy may APPEAR to be fully cured, and will exhibit sufficient bonding for the product to complete the assembly process—the product may very well pass all subsequent visual and IL / RL testing.  But it will never have the long-term properties for which the epoxy was selected in the first place.

READ THE FULL BLOG ARTICLE HERE:  The processes involved in Termination play a CRITICAL role in determining the long-term reliability of the product


  Answered by AskFOC Technical Team May 29, 2018


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