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Solvay FM® 680-1 Polyimide Film Adhesive
Categories: Polymer; Thermoset; Epoxy; Polyimide, TS; Polyimide, Thermoset Film

Material Notes: Description: FM® 680-1 polyimide adhesive is a non-metallic version of FM 680 film adhesive designed for continuous service at temperature up to 700°F (371°C). FM 680-1 adhesive was specifically developed for radar transparent applications requiring extreme environmental durability. FM 680-1 adhesive is capable of bonding composite laminates and a wide variety of high temperature metallic substrates such as stainless steel and titanium while maintaining thermal oxidative stability. FM 680-1 adhesive is an excellent candidate for aircraft engine applications or for the bonding of new composite materials requiring co-cure or consolidation temperature up to 735°F (391°C). This adhesive is processible under standard manufacturing operations at temperatures as low as 600°F (316°C) and can handle freestanding post-cure up to 735°F (391°C). To achieve maximum performance in bonding prepared metallic details the use of BR® 680 primer is recommended. FM 680-1 adhesive is a non-aluminum-filled, condensation polyimide supported on fiberglass cloth. It is available in film, foam and paste forms. FM 680-1 adhesive utilizes the NR-150 B2 chemistry developed by DuPont.

Features & Benefits:

  • Radar transparent
  • 700°F (371°C) service temperature capability
  • Superior thermal oxidative stability
  • Condensation-type polyimide
  • 600°F (316°C) processing under standard manufacturing operations
  • Co-curable with Avimid® N and other polyimide composite materials
Applications:
  • Titanium bonding
  • Stainless steel bonding
  • Polyimide composite bonding

Information provided by Cytec, subsequently acquired by Solvay.

Vendors:
Available Properties
  • Volatiles
  • Storage Temperature
  • Shear Strength, 6AI-4V Titanium, Post-cure 16 hours at 600°F (316°C)
  • Shear Strength, 6AI-4V Titanium, Post-cure 16 hours at 700°F (371°C)
  • Shear Strength, Avimid N Laminate, Post-cure 16 hours at 700°F (371°C)
  • Shear Strength, 6AI-4V Titanium, Post-cure 16 hours at 600°F (316°C)
  • Shear Strength, 30 days immersion in JP-4 fuel at 120°F (49°C)
  • Shear Strength, 30 days at 160°F (71°C) and 100% RH
  • Shear Strength, 6AI-4V Titanium, Post-cure 16 hours at 700°F (371°C)
  • Shear Strength, 6AI-4V Titanium, Post-cure 16 hours at 700°F (371°C)
  • Shear Strength, Avimid N Laminate, Post-cure 16 hours at 700°F (371°C)
  • Shear Strength, 6AI-4V Titanium, Post-cure 16 hours at 600°F (316°C)
  • Shear Strength, 6AI-4V Titanium, Post-cure 16 hours at 600°F (316°C)
  • Shear Strength, 6AI-4V Titanium, Post-cure 16 hours at 700°F (371°C)
  • Shear Strength, 30 days at 160°F (71°C) and 100% RH
  • Shear Strength, 6AI-4V Titanium, Post-cure 16 hours at 700°F (371°C)
  • Shear Strength, 6AI-4V Titanium, Post-cure 16 hours at 700°F (371°C)
  • Shear Strength, 6AI-4V Titanium, Post-cure 16 hours at 600°F (316°C)
  • Shear Strength, 30 days immersion in JP-4 fuel at 120°F (49°C)
  • Shear Strength, 6AI-4V Titanium, Post-cure 16 hours at 700°F (371°C)
  • Shear Strength, Avimid N Laminate, Post-cure 16 hours at 700°F (371°C)
  • Shear Strength, 6AI-4V Titanium, Post-cure 16 hours at 700°F (371°C)
  • Shear Strength, 6AI-4V Titanium, Post-cure 16 hours at 600°F (316°C)
  • Shear Strength, Avimid N Laminate, Post-cure 16 hours at 700°F (371°C)
  • Shear Strength, 6AI-4V Titanium, Post-cure 16 hours at 600°F (316°C)
  • Shear Strength, 6AI-4V Titanium, Post-cure 16 hours at 600°F (316°C)
  • Shear Strength, 6AI-4V Titanium, Post-cure 16 hours at 700°F (371°C)
  • Shear Strength, Avimid N Laminate, Post-cure 16 hours at 700°F (371°C)
  • Shear Strength, 6AI-4V Titanium, Post-cure 16 hours at 600°F (316°C)
  • Shear Strength, Avimid N Laminate, Post-cure 16 hours at 700°F (371°C)
  • Shear Strength, Avimid N Laminate, Post-cure 16 hours at 700°F (371°C)
  • Shear Strength, 6AI-4V Titanium, Post-cure 16 hours at 600°F (316°C)
  • Shear Strength, Thermal Exposure at 371°C
  • Shear Strength, Thermal Exposure at 371°C
  • Shear Strength, Thermal Exposure at 343°C
  • Shear Strength, Thermal Exposure at 371°C
  • Shear Strength, Thermal Exposure at 343°C
  • Shear Strength, Thermal Exposure at 343°C
  • Shear Strength, Thermal Exposure at 343°C
  • Shear Strength, Thermal Exposure at 316°C
  • Shear Strength, Thermal Exposure at 316°C
  • Shear Strength, Thermal Exposure at 316°C
  • Shear Strength, Thermal Exposure at 343°C
  • Shear Strength, Thermal Exposure at 316°C
  • Shear Strength, Thermal Exposure at 316°C
  • Shear Strength, Thermal Exposure at 316°C
  • Shear Strength, Thermal Exposure at 343°C
  • Shear Strength, Thermal Exposure at 316°C
  • Shear Strength, Thermal Exposure at 316°C
  • Shear Strength, Thermal Exposure at 260°C
  • Shear Strength, Thermal Exposure at 260°C
  • Shear Strength, Thermal Exposure at 260°C
  • Shear Strength, Thermal Exposure at 260°C
  • Shear Strength, Thermal Exposure at 260°C
  • Shear Strength, Thermal Exposure at 260°C
  • Maximum Service Temperature, Air
  • Shelf Life
  
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Solvay, former Rhodia Engineering Plastics

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