Impco's Imseal-800 epoxy resin cures at room temperature to provide long-lasting repairs
Imseal-800, a high-strength epoxy resin from Impco, makes permanent repairs in any industrial maintenance, repair, production and tooling application. Packaged in a two-part separation package, the Imseal-800 cures at room temperature, or can be accelerated by heat, and provides resistance to pressure, impact, and a range of chemicals and temperatures.
Imseal-800 fills surface defects where welding or brazing would be impractical. With special techniques, it goes deep inside cavities, inclusions and porosity in metal. Imseal-800 hardens to a permanent seal that can be drilled, tapped or machined. Resistant to most fuels, oils, alcohols, glycols, solvents, salts, mild acids, Freon, and other common liquids and gases, cured Imseal-800 typically withstands constant service temperatures from -65 to 350°F. It has a Rockwell hardness of 97, a tensile strength of 9,000 psi, a compressive strength of 35,000 psi and a compressive yield of 16,500 psi (typical maximums).
Imseal-800 is packaged in a pre-measured system that is activated by mixing the two parts inside the sealed packet. Once mixed, the clear, low-viscosity (750 cps), modified epoxy has a pot life of ± 45 minutes at room temperature, and the package can be used as the applicator.