|Operating temperature||-70°C …+150°C||-196°C …+250°C|
Curing temperature and duration
|160°C for 6 h|
170°C for 3 h
190°C for 1 h
|140°C for 4 h|
160°C for 3 h
190°C for 1 h
|Classification of hazardous substances||H315: Causes skin irritation H317: May cause an allergic skin reaction|
H319: Causes serious eye irritation
H411: Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects
|H317: May cause an allergic skin reaction|
|Contact pressure||10 – 50 N /cm²||10 – 50 N /cm²|
|Storage||12 months in the refrigerator||12 months in the refrigerator|
Safety Data Sheets for EP150 Adhesive
|Title / Description||Language||Products||Language||Content Types|
|Dehnungsmessstreifen - Katalog||German|
|Strain Gauges - Catalogue||English|
|Тензорезисторы - катало́г||Russian|
|Instructions for use|
|EP150 - Instructions for use||French, English, German|
|EP150/EP150-GP - Istruzioni di impiego||Italian|
|EP150 - Safety instructions||Multilanguage|
|Declaration of Conformity|
|Strain Gauges and Accessories - Declaration of Conformity||English, German|
P250 Strain Gauge Adhesive
P250 is a ready-to-use adhesive for strain gauge installation, that cures under heat and pressure. Ready to stick on with low risk assessment.
HBM strain gauges (stress gauges) for all strain measurement applications: Experimental stress analysis, durability testing, transducer manufacturing.
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