Loctite EA 9492 is a 2-part, white epoxy adhesive. It uses modified amine as a hardener and is designed to provide high temperature resistance (up to 180°C). The product also offers excellent resistance to solvents and chemicals. Loctite EA 9492 is a general purpose adhesive, suitable for a wide variety of materials.
Loctite EA 9492 cures at room temperature after mixing. It offers very low outgassing and has an average fixturing time of 75 minutes at room temperature. High temperatures can accelerate the curing process. Loctite EA 9492 achieves complete cure in 3 days at room temperature. Fully cured product provides superior thermal shock resistance, mechanical, electrical and impact resistant properties.
- Excellent bond strength on a variety of substrates
- High temperature and chemical resistance
- Low outgassing
- Provides excellent electrical insulation
How to use Loctite EA 9492:
- For best results, clean all surfaces with a Loctite solvent. Use Loctite SF 7063. For high strength structural bonds, special surface treatments can increase bond strength and durability.
- Dual cartridges: Insert cartridges in the application gun. Start the plunger into the cylinders. Remove cartridge cap, expel and discard a small amount of adhesive.
- For automatic mixing of resin and hardener, attach mixing nozzle at the end of the cartridge. Begin dispensing the adhesive.
- For hand mixing, expel the desired amount of adhesive and mix thoroughly. Continue mixing for 15 seconds after the product assumes a uniform colour.
- Bulk containers: Mix thoroughly in the proportions specified in the technical datasheet.
- Apply the adhesive to one surface to be bonded. For maximum strength, apply evenly to both surfaces. Apply as quickly as possible and assemble parts immediately.
- Keep the assembled parts from moving during cure. Allow bond to develop full strength before subjecting to any service loads.
Store Loctite EA 9492 in the unopened container in a dry location. Optimal Storage: 8° C to 21° C. Storage below 8° C or greater than 28° C can adversely affect product properties.