Hysol Epoxy (3.4 oz.) (10pcs/case)
Loctite HYSOL 0151 is a clear two-component epoxy having optical clarity when used in small quantities. Hysol 0151 is easy to mix and has a 30 minutes pot life. It is excellent for general connector use.
This item comes in a set of two separate tubes, each set weighs 3.3oz and 10 sets in a case. The price shown is for a case.
This item is considered hazardous material and GROUND shipment only. A UPS, FedEx or other carrier hazardous material handling fee will be added on each order.
- 24 hours @2°C
- 2 hours @6°C
- 1 hour @8°C
- 30 mins @12°C
- 100 grams, 60 minutes @2°C
- Color: Milky White(Part A), Amber(Part B), Clear(Mixed)
- Mix Ratio: 100(A):33(B) by weight, 2.7(A):1(B) by volume
- Tg: 5°C
- Elongation, ASTM D 638: 2.4%
- CTE, ASTM D 696, in/in/°C: 47x10e-6
- Thermal Conductivity, cal x cm/cm2 x secs x°C: 5.6x10e-4
- Shrinkage: <0.3%
- Hardness, Shore D: 85
- Dielectric Strength, ASTM D149, V/mil: 1080
- Dielectric Constant, MIL 1-16923. K 1kHz: 3.88
- Dissipation Factor, ASTM D 150 1kHz: 5.3x10e-4
- Volume Resistivity, ASTM D 257 ohm/cm: 1.26x10e15
- Recommended Substrates: glass, metals, circuit boards, fiber optics and many plastics
- Clear Color
- RT or Heat Cure
- Bonds Many Materials
- Easy to Mix
- 100% Solids
- Thixotropic Paste
Part A Part B Mixed
Color Milky White Amber Clear
Viscosity, Poise 400 - 1000 200 - 1000 -
Specific Gravity @ 7°F 1.13 0.98 -
Mixing: This product requires mixing two components together just prior to application. Complete mixing is necessary. The temperature of the separate components prior to mixing is not critical, but they should be close to room temperature.
Part A Part B
By Weight 100 33
By Volume (cartridge 2:1-see note below) 2.7 1
Pot Life @ 7°F, 100 grams 60 minutes
Mixing : Combine Part A (resin) and Part B (hardener) in the correct ratio and mix thoroughly until the color and consistency are uniform. EPOXI-PATCH Tube Kits have been designed so that squeezing EQUAL LENGTH BEADS of Part A 1 hour at 18°F; or 30 minutes at 25°F. Heat cures can be modified to achieve a desired degree of cure from handling strength to full cure.
Mixing - Cartridges: Place cartridge in proper dispenser. To begin using a new cartridge, remove cartridge cap and dispense a small amount of adhesive, making sure both Parts A & B are extruding. Attach nozzle and dispense approximately 1-2" before applying onto the part to be bonded. Partially used cartridges can be stored with the mixing nozzle attached. To reuse, remove and discard the old nozzle, attach the new nozzle, and begin dispensing.
**Note**Mix cartridge dispenses adhesive in a 2:1 ratio. Tests show no significant effect on bond performance compared to 2.7:1 ratio.
Application: Bonding surfaces should be clean and dry. For optimum surface preparation, consult Dexter's Bulletin Preparing the Surface for Adhesive Bonding. Once the adhesive is applied, the bonded parts should be held in contact until the part has developed handling strength. It is not necessary to clamp the parts unless movement during cure is likely.
Cure: Complete cure is obtained after three days at room temperature. After 24 hours, approximately 90% of full cure properties are attained. Hysol 0151 will achieve handling strength in 6-8 hours at 7°F (note: this can vary with different bond configurations). Hysol 0151 can also be completely cured with heat such as: 2 hours at 14°F; 1 hour at 18°F; or 30 minutes at 25°F. Heat cures can be modified to achieve a desired degree of cure from handling strength to full cure.
Clean Up: It is important to remove excess adhesive from the work area and application equipment before it hardens. Many common solvents and citrus cleaners are suitable for removing uncured adhesive. Consult with your supplier's information pertaining to the safe and proper use of solvents.
Tensile Lap Shear Strength: Tested on etched aluminum per ASTM D 1002.
Cure Test Temp.°F Typical Results, psi
3 Days @ 7°F -67 1600
2 Hours @ 14°F -67 2700
1 Hour @ 18°F -67 2700
- Hardness (Shore D): 85 Minimum @ 7°F
- Glass Transition (Tg): 13°F
- Coefficient of Linear Thermal Expansion: 47 x 10-6°C at 8° to 12°F per ASTM D696