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Master Bond adhesives
Solvay VTM® 260 series Epoxy Resin
Categories: Polymer; Thermoset; Epoxy

Material Notes: Description: VTM 260 series resins are toughened, 65 to 120° (149 to 248°F) curing temperature epoxy resin matrices specifically developed for oven vacuum bag processing of large structures. These resins are particularly suited to the marine and industrial markets.

Features & Benefits:

  • Outstanding vacuum only processing capability on a wide range of reinforcements
  • Flexible curing capability
  • Up to 30 days out life 12°C (70°F)
  • 12 months storage at -18°C (0°F)
  • Service temperature up to 100°C (212°F)
  • Available in ZPREG selective impregnation formats
  • Suitable for component and tooling manufacture
  • Fully co-curable with the VTM260 range of adhesives surfacing films and syntactic plies
Product Variants:
VTM263: High viscosity, low flow variant-suitable for selective impregnation of fabrics or full impregnation of lightweight fabric reinforcements
VTM264: Intermediate viscosity and tack-suitable for full impregnation of light and medium weight unidirectional and fabric reinforcements
VTM266: Low viscosity-suitable for the full impregnation of heavyweight fabric reinforcements up to 2400g/m2
VTM267: Controlled tack for sided impregnation and film infusion
VTM267FRB and VTM264FRB: Flame-retarded resin systems are also available, see (PDS1180)

Note 1: Material: VTM264/CF302-42%; Cure cycle: 5 hours at 80°C (179°F), oven vacuum bag cure
Note 2: Material: VTM264/T700-35%; Cure cycle: 5 hours at 80°C (179°F), oven vacuum bag cure

Information provided by Cytec, subsequently acquired by Solvay.

Vendors:
Available Properties
  • Density, 1 hr at 120°C
  • Storage Temperature
  • Tensile Strength, ASTM D3039, 90°, Note 2
  • Tensile Strength, ASTM D3039, 0°, Note 1
  • Tensile Strength, ASTM D3039, 90°, Note 1
  • Tensile Strength, ASTM D3039, 0°, Note 2
  • Tensile Modulus, ASTM D3039, 90°, Note 2
  • Tensile Modulus, ASTM D3039, 0°, Note 1
  • Tensile Modulus, ASTM D3039, 90°, Note 1
  • Tensile Modulus, ASTM D3039, 0°, Note 2
  • Compressive Strength, ASTM D3410, 90°, Note 2
  • Compressive Strength, ASTM D3410, 0°, Note 1
  • Compressive Strength, ASTM D3410, 90°, Note 1
  • Compressive Strength, ASTM D3410, 0°, Note 2
  • Compressive Modulus, ASTM D3410, 90°, Note 1
  • Compressive Modulus, ASTM D3410, 0°, Note 1
  • Compressive Modulus, ASTM D3410, 0°, Note 2
  • Shear Modulus, ASTM D3518, In-plane, Note 1
  • Shear Modulus, ASTM D3518, In-plane, Note 2
  • Shear Strength, ASTM D2344, 0° Interlaminar, Note 1
  • Shear Strength, ASTM D3518, In-plane, Note 2
  • Shear Strength, ASTM D2344, 0° Interlaminar, Note 2
  • Shear Strength, ASTM D3518, In-plane, Note 1
  • Maximum Service Temperature, Air
  • Glass Transition Temp, Tg, DMA E' 16 hrs at 65°C
  • Glass Transition Temp, Tg, DMA E' 5 hrs at 80°C
  • Glass Transition Temp, Tg, DMA E' 2 hrs at 100°C
  • Glass Transition Temp, Tg, DMA E' 1 hr at 120°C
  • Cure Time
  • Cure Time
  • Cure Time
  • Shelf Life
  
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Solvay, former Rhodia Engineering Plastics

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