Free Literature Describes New Repair Compounds From Philadelphia Resins

Three new materials have been formulated by Philadelphia Resins, Montgomeryville, Pa., to resist abrasion, impact, cavitation and corrosion at elevated temperatures and in adverse environments. Developed especially for high-temperature, high-friction aerospace, marine and industrial applications, these easy-to-use materials include an alloy paste, a ceramic repair liquid and a ceramic repair putty.

Phillybond® Super Alloy is a titanium- based compound, used to recondition compressor housings, propulsion shafting, valve bodies and other equipment which must operate in adverse environments with temperatures between —100° to 500°F. In addition to permanently repairing and protecting marine, industrial and aircraft components made from steel, aluminum, brass, carbides, zinc and zinc alloys, this new compound bonds dissimilar metals without galvanic corrosion problems. After curing for 18 hours at 72°F, it may be machined and finished with standard metalworking equipment.

Phillybond® Ceramic Repair Putty and Phillybond® Ceramic Repair Liquid are specialty repair compounds, developed for coating, lining and protecting pump casings, valves and other new or worn equipment subjected to friction, corrosion/ erosion and cavitation. With convenient, long-term repairs of worn metal surfaces on-site, the brushable liquid and the nonsagging trowelable putty reduce downtime in repairing vital machinery. Their useful thermal envelope is also -100° to 500°F.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 6,  Jan 15, 1986

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