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High Temperature Cements

Item# CC HIGH TEMP

High Temperature Cements High Temperature Cements
Chemical Set Cements set or cure by an internal chemical action which does not require exposure to air. Chemical Set Cements can be used in thick applications (applied in thicknesses greater than 1/4")*.

SELECTION CRITERIA FOR CEMENTS
1. Type of Application –Potting, sealing, encapsulating, assembling, bonding. Is a thick or thin film of cement required? This dictates whether or not an air set or a chemical set cement can be used.
2. Thermal Considerations –What is the maximum temperature that the cement must withstand? What degree of thermal conductivity is needed? What degree of thermal expansion is allowed? These properties are then matched to the appropriate cement.
3. Solvent – 10% Sodium Hydroxide. However it’s difficult to remove cured cement.
4. Substrate – What materials will the cement be in contact with?
CC HIGH TEMP
  • Thermally Conductive
  • Thermal Shock Resistant
  • Electrical Insulator
  • Resists Oils, Solvents, Most Acids
  • Adheres to Practically All Clean Non-Porous Surfaces
  • Porous Surfaces May Require Dampening**
  • OMEGABOND™600 for Potting, Bonding, Embedding,Coating
  • OMEGABOND™ 700 for Coating, Assembling, Sealing
  • CC HIGH TEMPERATURE Cement for Attaching and/or Insulating Thermocouples for Temperature Measurement
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1-9 $19.41
10-24 $18.44
25-99 $17.47
100-499 $16.50
500-999 $15.53
1000+ $14.56

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Lead Time ( If not in Stock): 2 weeks

Product Specs

  • Density 141 to 160 lb/ft3
  • Maximum Compressive Strength 5500 psi
  • Maximum Dielectric Strength at 400°C (750°F) 38 V/mil
  • Maximum Dielectric Strength at 795°C (1475°F) 25 V/mil
  • Maximum Dielectric Strength at 20°C (70°F) 101 V/mil
  • Compatible Media Practically All Clean Non-Porous Surfaces
  • Maximum Tensile Strength 425 psi
  • Maximum Dielectric Constant 7
  • Minimum Dielectric strength at 20°C (70°F) 25 V/mil
  • Measurement Units °C
  • Measurement Type Temperature
  • Minimum Compressive Strength 3500 psi
  • Minimum Dielectric strength at 400°C (750°F) 12.5 V/mil
  • Minimum Dielectric Constant 3
  • Minimum Dielectric strength at 795°C (1475°F) ≤1.3
  • Minimum Thermal Conductivity 4 btu-in/ft2-hr-°F

Chemical Set Cements set or cure by an internal chemical action which does not require exposure to air. Chemical Set Cements can be used in thick applications (applied in thicknesses greater than 1/4")*.

SELECTION CRITERIA FOR CEMENTS
1. Type of Application –Potting, sealing, encapsulating, assembling, bonding. Is a thick or thin film of cement required? This dictates whether or not an air set or a chemical set cement can be used.
2. Thermal Considerations –What is the maximum temperature that the cement must withstand? What degree of thermal conductivity is needed? What degree of thermal expansion is allowed? These properties are then matched to the appropriate cement.
3. Solvent – 10% Sodium Hydroxide. However it’s difficult to remove cured cement.
4. Substrate – What materials will the cement be in contact with?

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