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PARSEAL 7011 - Impregnation Resin



PARSEAL 7011 is a low viscosity sealant specifically formulated for impregnation of porosity of metal castings, powdered metal parts and ceramics. The liquid sealant undergoes free radical polymerization to form a tough thermoset polymer that permanently seals the pores. Liquid sealant can be easily removed with plain water.


Advantages

  • Fluorescence under blue light. Inspection of impregnated parts performed under blue light.
  • Excellent resistance to coolants, lubricants, fuels, hydraulic fluids, air, glycols and industrial solvents.
  • High performance sealant cures at room temperature.
  • Meets military specification Mil-I-17563 Rev.C-Class 1

Application

  • Ideal for automotive powertrains, steering systems, air conditioning and other components.
  • Wide variety of applications in military, aerospace, general industry, electronics and telecommunication industry.
  • Plating and coating of metal parts.




Properties for Liquid Sealant

Properties for Cured  Sealant

CompositionAnaerobic Methacrylate Resin ColorAmber
AppearanceClear, Amber Hardness Shore A90
FluorescenceFluorescence under blue lightCompression Modulus (ASTM D 695)
Modulus, psi
210,000
Viscosity  at  25C10 cpsModulus of Elasticity (Compression)16,459
Specific Gravity  at  25C1.0Coefficient of thermal expansion210 x 10-6 cm/cm/C
Flash Point (TCC), C> 100Dielectric Strength1.000 volts x mm
Surface Tension30 dynes/cmTemperature Range-55C to 150C
Solvent ContentNoneSolvent ResistanceMeets Military Specifications MIL-1-6869D
And MIL-1-17563A
Odormild
Toxicitylow, mild irritant
Curing Time2 hours at 20C, 15 minutes at 45C




Impregnation Process:

  • Resin Activation: - Liquid resin is loaded into impregnation tank aerated and cooled at 2-3 C; adding catalyst at level of 5-10 g/100 liters makes activation. This quantity is normally sufficient to have curing time of 16-25 minutes measured in probe glass tube at 45 C. This test should be the standard reference for bath stability conditions and will assure room temperature anaerobic curing of about 3 hours into metal porosity. In case of bath contamination from active metals, such as brass and copper, test time needs to be shortened; retarder solution may be added to restore correct time.
  • Metal parts are loaded into a basket and lowered into resin tank.
  • Vacuum of about 20 mill bars is applied for 3-5 minutes.
  • Air restored to tank, basket is extracted from bath and centrifuged to remove excess of liquid sealant.
  • Basket is transferred to wash tank charged with water or water-detergent solution.
  • Curing is normally performed at room temperature. In some cases is heated at higher temperature to increase the curing speed. 


Handling and Storage: Store in a cool place, avoid exposure to direct sunlight and heat. Air space in container keeps product liquid, the absence of oxygen may lead to premature polymerization with large heat generation. Product is classified as irritant. Avoid contact with skin and eyes, refer to MSDS before use.


PRECAUTIONS: This product and the auxiliary materials normally combined with it are capable of producing adverse health effects ranging from minor skin irritation to serious systemic effects. None of these materials should be used, stored, or transported until the handling precautions and recommendations as stated in the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for this and all other products being used are understood by all persons who will work with the.
Warranty: All products purchased from or supplied by Parson are subject to terms and conditions set out in the contract. Parson warrants only that its product will meet those specifications designated as such herein or in other publications. All other information supplied by Parson is consider accurate but are furnished upon the express condition the customer shall make its own assessment to determine the product's suitability for a particular purpose. Parson makes no other warranty, either express or implied, including those regarding such other information, the data upon which the same is based, or the results to be obtained from the use thereof; that any product shall be merchantable or fit for any particular purpose; or that the use of such other information or product will nor infringe any patent.



Parson Adhesives, Inc.   675 Tennyson Drive, Rochester, MI 48307
Toll Free-Phone: 1-877-805-0185 Fax: (248) 299-3846 E-mail: sales at parsonadhesives.com




PARSEAL 7090 - Impregnation Resin


PARSEAL 7090 is a low viscosity sealant specifically formulated for impregnation under vacuum of porosity of metals castings, powdered metal parts, wood and ceramics. The liquid sealant undergoes free radical polymerization to form a tough thermoset polymer that permanently seals the pores. This product cures in 5 -15 minutes at temperature of 75 - 90C.


Advantages

  • Fluorescence under blue light. Inspection of impregnated parts performed under blue light.
  • Excellent resistance to coolants, lubricants, fuels, hydraulic fluids, air, glycols and industrial solvents.
  • High performance sealant for low to medium production capacity with minimum maintenance.
  • Meets military specification Mil-I-17563 Rev.C-Class 1

Application

  • Ideal for automotive powertrains, steering systems, air conditioning and other components.
  • Wide variety of applications in military, aerospace, general industry, electronics and telecommunication industry.
  • Plating and coating of metal parts.



Properties for Liquid Sealant

Properties for Cured Sealant

CompositionAnaerobic Methacrylate Resin
AppearanceClear, AmberColorAmber
FluorescenceFluorescence under blue lightHardness Shore A 90
Viscosity  at  25C10 cps Compression Modulus (ASTM D 695)
Modulus, psi
210,000
Specific Gravity  at  25C1.0 Modulus of Elasticity (Compression)16,459
Flash Point (TCC), C> 100Coefficient of thermal expansion210 x 10-6 cm/cm/C
Surface Tension30 dynes/cmDielectric Strength1.000 volts x mm
Solvent ContentNoneTemperature Range-55C to 150C
Odormild Solvent ResistanceMeets Military Specifications MIL-1-6869D
And MIL-1-17563A
Toxicitylow, mild irritant
Curing Time5 - 15 minutes at 75 - 90C



Impregnation Process:


Resin Activation:
  • Liquid resin is loaded into impregnation tank aerated and cooled at 2-3 C; adding catalyst at level of 5-10 g/100 liters makes activation.This quantity is normally sufficient to have curing time of 5 – 15 minutes measured in probe glass tube at 75 C. In case of bath contamination from active metals, such as brass and copper, test time needs to be shortened; retarder solution may be added to restore correct time.
  • Metal parts are loaded into a basket and lowered into resin tank.
  • Vacuum of about 20 mill bars is applied for 3-5 minutes.
  • Air restored to tank, basket is extracted from bath and centrifuged to remove excess of liquid sealant.
  • Basket is transferred to wash tank charged with water or water-detergent solution.
  • Curing is normally performed at 75 – 90 C for 5 – 15 minutes.

Handling and Storage:
Store in a cool place, avoid exposure to direct sunlight and heat. Air space in container keeps product liquid, the absence of oxygen may lead to premature polymerization with large heat generation. Product is classified as irritant. Avoid contact with skin and eyes, refer to MSDS before use.



PRECAUTIONS: This product and the auxiliary materials normally combined with it are capable of producing adverse health effects ranging from minor skin irritation to serious systemic effects. None of these materials should be used, stored, or transported until the handling precautions and recommendations as stated in the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for this and all other products being used are understood by all persons who will work with the.
Warranty: All products purchased from or supplied by Parson are subject to terms and conditions set out in the contract. Parson warrants only that its product will meet those specifications designated as such herein or in other publications. All other information supplied by Parson is consider accurate but are furnished upon the express condition the customer shall make its own assessment to determine the product's suitability for a particular purpose. Parson makes no other warranty, either express or implied, including those regarding such other information, the data upon which the same is based, or the results to be obtained from the use thereof; that any product shall be merchantable or fit for any particular purpose; or that the use of such other information or product will nor infringe any patent.




Parson Adhesives, Inc.   675 Tennyson Drive, Rochester, MI 48307
Toll Free-Phone: 1-877-805-0185 Fax: (248) 299-3846 E-mail: sales at parsonadhesives.com



PARSEAL 7091 - Impregnation Resin



PARSEAL 7091 is a low viscosity reactive sealant specifically formulated for impregnation under vacuum of porosity of metals castings, powdered metal parts, wood and ceramics. The liquid sealant undergoes free radical polymerization to form a tough thermoset polymer that permanently seals the pores. This product cures in 5- 15 minutes at temperature of 90 0C.


Advantages

  • Excellent resistance to coolants, lubricants, fuels, hydraulic fluids, air, glycols and industrial solvents.
  • This resin technology greatly reduces the consumption of the impregnation resin and will minimize the output of wastewater from the process.
  • Meets military specification Mil-I-17563 Rev.C-Class 1


Application

  • Ideal for automotive powertrains, steering systems, air conditioning and other components.
  • Wide variety of applications in military, aerospace, general industry, electronics and telecommunication industry.
  • Plating and coating of metal parts.



Properties for Liquid Sealant

Properties for Cured Sealant

CompositionAnaerobic Methacrylate ResinColorAmber
AppearanceClear, AmberHardness Shore A90
Fluorescenceupon requestCompression Modulus (ASTM D 695)
Modulus, psi
158,985
Viscosity  at  25C8 cpsCompressive Strength, psi16,459
Specific Gravity  at  25C0.92 - 0.96Modulus of Elasticity (Compression)10000 daN/cm2
Flash Point (TCC), C> 100Coefficient of thermal expansion150 x 10-6 cm/cm/C
Surface Tension30 dynes/cm Electric Resistivity DIN 534821015 (ohm.mm)
Solvent ContentNoneDielectric Strength DIN 534811 (Kv/mm)
OdormildTemperature Range-55C to 200C
Toxicitylow, mild irritantSolvent ResistanceMeets Military Specifications MIL-1-6869D
And MIL-1-17563A
Curing Time5 - 15 minutes at 90C
Shelf life  at  25C6 months for the catalyzed resin in the original container.
12 months for the un catalyzed resin in the original container.

Properties of Liquid Additive 7091 W/A

CompositionMethacrylate ester
ColorClear, amber
Viscosity  at  25C8
Level of use12% w/w of the washing water bath




Impregnation Process:

  • Impregnation by immersion of parts in the resin 7091 under vacuum.
  • Cleaning of parts: the residual resin being removed from the surface by a water washing solution containing the additive 7091 W/A at level of 12% w/w. A further cleaning by pure water will improve the surface quality of the parts. The resultant water will be feed together with further additive 7091 W/A to restore the level of the washing bath.
  • Recovery of resin 7091 from the washing solution: the resin will be separated and collected at the surface of the washing bath after rest time, than recycled at the impregnation step.
  • Curing of impregnated parts by immersion in hot water bath typically at 90C per 5 - 15 minutes.



Handling and Storage:
Store in a cool place, avoid exposure to direct sunlight and heat. Air space in container keeps product liquid, the absence of oxygen may lead to premature polymerization with large heat generation. Product is classified as irritant. Avoid contact with skin and eyes, refer to MSDS before use.



PRECAUTIONS: This product and the auxiliary materials normally combined with it are capable of producing adverse health effects ranging from minor skin irritation to serious systemic effects. None of these materials should be used, stored, or transported until the handling precautions and recommendations as stated in the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for this and all other products being used are understood by all persons who will work with the.
Warranty: All products purchased from or supplied by Parson are subject to terms and conditions set out in the contract. Parson warrants only that its product will meet those specifications designated as such herein or in other publications. All other information supplied by Parson is consider accurate but are furnished upon the express condition the customer shall make its own assessment to determine the product's suitability for a particular purpose. Parson makes no other warranty, either express or implied, including those regarding such other information, the data upon which the same is based, or the results to be obtained from the use thereof; that any product shall be merchantable or fit for any particular purpose; or that the use of such other information or product will nor infringe any patent.




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