Epibond 1559-1 Aerospace Adhesive

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7 Min Gel Time | 10 Min Handling Strength
This product is a 1:1 mix ratio epoxy adhesive used to bond metals, composite laminates, and most thermoplastics for a wide variety of aerospace applications. Epibond 1559-1 is FAR 25.853 compliant for repair of aircraft interiors. Features include a paste consistency for adhering parts with irregular surfaces and a 10 minute handling strength for fast repairs even in cold weather. Parts A and B are supplied in contrasting colors to ensure of complete mixing resulting in a final grey color.

Due to vendor restrictions, this product is only available in Canada. Please call us or request a quote for details.

Minimum Order Quantity is (12). Must be ordered in multiples of 12.

Catalog Number Description   Qty  
416741 Epibond 1559-1A/B 50 ml SO

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HAZ-G = Hazardous material, cannot ship air, $28.50 surcharge applied for each package shipped ground.
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