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Chemically Resistant adhesives
Atom Adhesives AA-DUCT 906 Epoxy Adhesive
Categories: Polymer; Adhesive; Thermoset; Epoxy; Epoxy Adhesive

Material Notes: AA-DUCT 906 is based on a silver coated ceramic that results in lower material costs without adversely sacrificing the properties obtained with a pure silver formulation. This concept opens the door to a wide range of applications previously prohibited by the much higher cost of conventional silver conductive. AA-DUCT 906 cures at room temperature or can be accelerated with mild heat to form a tenacious bond between similar and dissimilar substrates such as aluminum, copper, magnesium, steel, bronze nickel, ceramic, glass, phenolic, and G-10 epoxy glass boards. AA-DUCT 906, because of its excellent continuity, has been used extensively in such diversified applications as, microwave EMI and RFI shielding, in the assembly or repair of printed circuit boards, wave guides, electronic modules, flat cable, high frequency shields, connections, and circuitry and as a cold solder. This unique formulation offers ease in handling due to its creamy consistency and versatile application by hand, automatic dispenser, silk-screening, transfer or stamping techniques

Appearance: Silver

Cure Type: Heat cure or Room Temperature


  • High strength
  • Perfect bond
  • EMI & RFI shielding
  • Cold Solder
Mix Ratio by weight: 100:5/Resin:Hardener

Substrates: Excellent choice aluminum, copper, magnesium, steel, bronze, nickel, kovar, ceramic, glass, phenolic and G-10 epoxy glass boards.

Typical Application: microwave EMI and RFI shielding, in the assembly or repair of printed circuit boards, wave guides, electronic modules, flat cable, high frequency shields, connections, and circuitry and as a cold solder

Information provided by Atom Adhesives

Available Properties
  • Specific Gravity, cured
  • Linear Mold Shrinkage, cured
  • Hardness, Shore D, cured
  • Tensile Strength, cured
  • Compressive Strength, cured
  • Volume Resistivity
  • CTE, linear
  • Thermal Conductivity
  • Maximum Service Temperature, Air
  • Heat Distortion Temperature
  • Minimum Service Temperature, Air
  • Cure Time
  • Cure Time
  • Cure Time
  • Shelf Life, uncured
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Chemically Resistant adhesives
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