PU-189 Polyurethane Potting Compound is a two-part, hydrophobic resin and is designed for use as a potting, encapsulation, and molding compound in aqueous environments where long service life is desired. FEATURES Extremely Hydrophobic TDI and MOCA Free High Tensile Strength Exceptional Elongation Strong Adhesion to a Variety of Substrates Less toxic compared to current systems…
TRI NCC 209™ Recently developed by TRI for the U.S. Navy to fight cathodic delamination (premature bond failure) of submarine connectors, TRI’s NCC 209™’s metal pretreatment system is ideal for use in harsh environments such as industrial, subsea and down-hole operations. NCC 209™ firmly adheres rubbers and metals needed to survive chemical exposure and high-pressure,…
There are few environments more challenging than the surface of a Navy air craft carrier. Tough-Grip™ nonskid coating is the first Navy qualified product to be 100% solids and solvent free.
Proteckt® Energy Absorbing Appliques are high performing energy absorbing solutions designed to provide tactical vehicles superior high energy impact attenuation to protect the soldiers.
Texas Research Institute Austin, Inc. (TRI Austin) has developed a chemical-biological warfare (CBW) resistant water pouch to provide safe drinking water in contaminated environments.
EcoMASS® Compounds have the same density as lead and can be molded into virtually any shape using standard high-volume projection techniques. This Non-Toxic theromoplastic material lead substitute was developed for the US Army
Torpedo Flex Hose minimizes lead exposure from flex hoses stored aboard submarines. The Navy has established strict controls to limit both occupational and environmental exposures to lead.
On-board structural health monitoring of aircraft is necessary for long term safety and to maximize useful life of components while minimizing maintenance and downtime.
There is a need for environmentally friendly adhesives that could meet performance requirements for the U.S. military.
ThermaSafe™ is a fire resistant, low smoke, non toxic resin system. Significant weigh savings on Navy Ships and submarines can be achieved by switching to composites, but stringent shipboard fire standards must be met.