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3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Epoxy Adhesive 2214 Hi-Temp

3M ID 62340229301
  • One part, 100% solids, heat curing adhesive
  • Pliable paste consistency goes where needed with no sagging
  • Higher temperature strength than 3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Epoxy Adhesive 2214 Regular
  • Maintains excellent structural strength at temperatures up to 300ºF (149ºC)
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  • One part, 100% solids, heat curing adhesive
  • Pliable paste consistency goes where needed with no sagging
  • Higher temperature strength than 3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Epoxy Adhesive 2214 Regular
  • Maintains excellent structural strength at temperatures up to 300ºF (149ºC)
  • Flammability testing per UL94 HB

3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Epoxy Adhesive 2214 Hi-Temp is designed to provide high strength, high temperature resistance and smooth bond lines. This aluminum-filled product is designed for use where higher strengths are required between 180°F to 350°F (82°C to 177°C), especially on steel.

One Part, 100% Solids, Heat Curing Adhesive
Our 3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Epoxy Adhesive 2214 Hi-Temp is designed for use in applications where high strength bonds are needed in a temperature range of -180°F to 350°F (82°C to 177°C). This epoxy adhesive may be applied by spatula, trowel, or flow equipment to meet your individual project requirements. Flammability testing per UL94 HB.

Recommended Applications

  • High temperature metal bonding

Understanding One-Part Epoxy Adhesives
Epoxy adhesives are part of the class of adhesives called structural adhesives, which include polyurethane, acrylic, cyanoacrylate and other adhesive families. While most epoxies are two-part formulations that undergo a chemical reaction when mixed, there are also one-part epoxy adhesives in which the chemical reaction begins when they are subjected to high temperatures for specified periods. These one-part formulations do not require measuring or mixing and can generally be reworked until heat is applied. They also exhibit higher temperature resistance than two-part epoxy adhesives.

Epoxy adhesive (often referred to as epoxy glue) is widely used in building and home construction; aircraft and automobile manufacturing; bicycle, boat, golf clubs, ski and snowboard assembly as well as a host of home use and other applications. It is used virtually anywhere high-strength bonds are needed along with resistance to environmental conditions. These adhesives are popular for their ease of use, mechanical strength and chemical resistance. Formulations can be created to make epoxy for plastic flexible or epoxy for metal rigid, epoxy resin transparent or opaque, quick setting or slow setting. The versatility with which these adhesives can be formulated helps meet almost any requirement for bonding wood, metal, glass, stone and various plastics.

Specifications
Adhesive Type
Epoxy
Brand
Scotch-Weld™
Container Size (Imperial)
6 fl oz (US)
Design Challenges
Impact & Shock Absorption, Noise Vibration & Harshness Control NVH
Flame Retardant
UL94 HB
Full Cure Time
40 Minutes @ 250 F (121 C)
Hardness
88 Shore D
Indoor/Outdoor
Both
Industries
Construction, Consumer Goods, Electronics, General Industrial, Metalworking, Military and Government, Signage, Specialty Vehicle, Transportation, Woodworking
Physical Form
Paste
Position
Best
Product Color
Grey
Product Form
Cartridge
Product Type
Epoxy Adhesive
Shear Strength
2000 psi
Shelf Life in Months (from date of manufacture)
8
Storage Temperature
40 Degree Fahrenheit
Substrate 1
Metal
Substrate 2
Metal
Viscosity
Non-Sag
Volume (Imperial)
6 fl oz
Volume (Metric)
177 mL
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