What's special about this epoxy?
- This epoxy is an ideal replacement for the traditionally used solder on your electrical components
- Silver two part epoxy has high electrical conductivity that allow your electrical currents to flow unhampered
- Comes in compact pre-measured syringes that make it easy to use, transport, and store
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MG Chemical’s MGC-8331 Silver Conductive Epoxy is a two part epoxy, perfect for bonding heat sensitive components instead of soldering. Its high electrical conductivity makes it ideal for use on electrical components such as pc boards and heat sinks.
|MGC-8331-14G||Two 7g syringes, 3ml each||14g (0.35 oz)||0.031 lb|
- An excellent choice for repairing traces and creating jumpers on pc boards
- This epoxy can be used as a heat sink adhesive
- One year warranty
Q. Can I solder to Silver Conductive Epoxy?
A. No, Silver Conductive Epoxy has the temperature constraints of an epoxy and cannot be soldered to. Soldering to this product will cause it to melt.
Q. My 8331 product has a small discoloration. Is this a problem?
A. The discoloration is not a problem and will not affect the adhesive nor the conductive properties.
|Minimum operating temp.||-||-30° C (-22° F)|
|Maximum operating temp.||-||90° C (194° F)|
|Cure time @ 24°C (75°F)||-||5 hours|
|Cure time @ 65°C (150°F)||-||15 minutes|
|Working time @ 22°C||-||10 minutes|
|Volume resistivity @ 25°C||MIL-STD-883E Notice 3, method 5011.4, paragraphs 3.5.8, 126.96.36.199
(Covered Under A2LA Accreditation)
|0.38 ohm · cm|
|Tensile strength||ASTM-D-638-02A||911 psi|
|Compressive Strength||ASTM-D-638-02A||1100 psi|
|Flexural Strength||ASTM-D-790-03||2,500 psi|
|Shear Strength||ASTM-D-732-02||234 psi|
|Cantilever Beam (IZOD) Impact||ASTM-D-256-02 E1||0.39 ft lb ft / in|
|Thermal Expansion||ASTM-E-831-03||79.3 mm/106mm|
Physical and Chemical Properties
|Physical State: Liquid||Odor: Slightly aromatic||Solubility: None||Evaporation Rate: N/e|
|Boiling Point: N/e||Specific Gravity: 2.47||Vapor Pressure: N/e||Vapor Density: >1 (Air=1)||pH: N/a|
WHMIS Codes: B3, D2B
NFPA Ratings: Health 2 | Flammability 1 | Reactivity 0
HMIS Ratings: Health 2 | Flammability 1 | Reactivity 0
Eyes: Causes irritation.
Skin: Prolonged exposure may cause skin irritation. May cause allergic reaction in some individuals.
Inhalation: At room temperature, exposure to vapors is unlikely due to physical property of low volatility. Higher temperatures may generate vapor levels sufficient to cause irritation to the respiratory tract (nose, throat, and lungs).
Ingestion: Single dose oral toxicity is low. Amounts ingested incidental to industrial handling are not likely to cause injury; however, ingestion of large amounts may be harmful.
Chronic: Chronic inhalation or ingestion of silver salts may cause argyria characterized by a permanent blue-gray discoloration of the eyes, skin, mucous membranes, and internal organs. Inhalation and/or of fumes may cause metal fume fever, which is characterized by flu-like symptoms with metallic taste, fever, chills, cough, weakness, chest pain, muscle pain and increased white blood cell count
Fire Fighting Measures
Auto ignition Temperature: N/e
Flash Point: N/e
LEL / UEL: N/e
Extinguishing Media: Use water spray, dry chemical, carbon dioxide, or chemical foam.
Routes of entry: Eyes, ingestion, inhalation, and skin.
Ventilation: Use adequate general or local exhaust ventilation to keep airborne concentrations below exposure limits.
Personal Protection: Wear appropriate protective eyeglasses or chemical safety goggles. Wear appropriate protective clothing to prevent skin contact. Use a NIOSH approved respirator when necessary.
Stability and Reactivity
Stability: Stable at normal temperatures and pressures.
Conditions to avoid: N/a
Incompatibilities: Avoid strong oxidizing agents, mineral acids, ethyleneimine, and strong mineral and organic bases.
Polymerization: Will undergo hazardous polymerization at elevated temperatures.
Decomposition: Carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons and silver fumes.
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