Master Bond Inc.



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Master Bond Inc. is a leading manufacturer of adhesives, sealants, coatings, potting and encapsulation compounds. Meeting the exacting needs of the electronics industry, they offer an extensive product line of epoxies, silicones, light curing compounds, silicates, polysulfides and other polymer systems.

A wide range of performance properties can be regulated through each specific formulation. These include, but are not limited to physical strength, hardness, flexibility, high/low temperature resistance, viscosity, thermal conductivity, electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity and color. Resistance to moisture, chemicals, shock and vibration, as well as additional functions, such as dissipating heat, providing EMI/RFI shielding, supplying an electrically conductive pathway between substrates, or relieving stress between substrates can be engineered in the formulations. The outstanding performance and versatility of these compounds have proven to be a tremendous asset to the electronics industry.

From design to high speed production, Master Bond's packaging adheres to the strictest quality standards to assure consistent reproducible reliability.
154 Hobart Street
Hackensack, NJ 07601 USA
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