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8331D-14G - Silver Conductive Epoxy Adhesive

8331D-14G is an electrically conductive, 2-part silver epoxy adhesive. It is smooth, non-sagging, thixotropic, and bonds well to a wide variety of substrates. It REPLACES Part number 8331-14G

This electrically conductive silver epoxy allows for quick, cold-soldering repairs. It is considered a solder replacement epoxy for bonding heat-sensitive electronic components, or for making conductive connections where soldering is not an option, such as when bonding to glass, soft metals, or plastics. It provides excellent EMI/RFI shielding and is very effective in filling seams between metal plates.

This DIY conductive epoxy has been formulated to be economical. For a higher fill that maximizes conductivity, use 8330D. For a shorter working time, use 8331, and for a longer working time, use 8331S. (Ask VETCO sales for more information.)

For a 1-part alternative use 9410 or 9400. (Ask VETCO sales for more information.)

MG Chemicals also offers a full line of thermally conductive electrically insulating epoxy adhesives which VETCO can get for you!

Features & Benefits

  • High electrical conductivity
  • Convenient 1 to 1 mix ratio
  • Working time: 20 minutes
  • Cure time: 6 hours at room temperature or 10 minutes at 65 °C (149 °F)
  • Creates strong permanent electrical connections
  • Cures at room temperature
  • SVHC free
  • Excellent adhesion to many substrates
  • Room temperature storage
  • Long shelf life
  • Strong resistance to humidity, salt water, mild bases, and aliphatic hydrocarbons

MSDS and other information HERE


Vetco Electronics can special order any other MG Chemicals part number at your request. Ask us!

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