3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Epoxy Adhesive 2214 products are designed to give you high strength, higher temperature resistance and smooth bond lines are required. These high performance adhesives are designed for bonding metals and some composites and are formulated as convenient, one-part, heat cured pastes that dispense easily for precise results.
Aluminum, deaerated and non-metallic filled formulas provide remarkable strength
Pliable paste consistency goes where needed with no sagging
High temperature resistance compared to two-part epoxy adhesives
3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Epoxy Adhesive 2214 products are one part, 250°F (121°C) curing 100% solids. These epoxy adhesives have a paste-like consistency, designed for bonding metals and some high temperature plastics such as carbon fiber epoxy composites and phenolics.
3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Epoxy Adhesive 2214 Regular is an aluminum filled general purpose product for use in applications where high strength bonds are needed in a temperature range of -67°F to 250°F (-53°C to 121°C).
3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Epoxy Adhesive 2214 Hi-Density is a deaerated version of Scotch- Weld adhesive 2214 regular for use where a very dense, void free bondline is required.
3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Epoxy Adhesive 2214 Hi-Temp and Hi-Temp New Formula are aluminum filled, deaerated products for use where higher strengths are required between 180°F to 350°F (82°C to 177°C). 3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Epoxy Adhesive 2214 Non-Metallic Filled is a non-metal filled version of Scotch-Weld adhesive 2214 regular
What Are Epoxy Adhesives?
Epoxies are polymer materials that start out as liquids and undergo a chemical reaction to form a solid. These compounds are a major part of the class of adhesives called "structural adhesives," which includes polyurethane, acrylic, cyanoacrylate, and others. Epoxies include two compounds: resins and hardeners. When the two are mixed in their specified ratio they react chemically; and once the reaction has finished, they form a strong and rigid plastic material. Once the two parts are mixed, there is a limited working time in which the epoxy can be applied, ranging from a few minutes to an hour or longer. These adhesives provide better heat and chemical resistance than other common adhesives and those that require heat to cure will be more heat and chemical resistant than those that cure at room temperature. An epoxy based polymer is mechanically strong, chemically resistant to degradation, and very tacky during its working time. Epoxy adhesives are used in the manufacture of buildings, homes, aircraft, automobiles, bicycles, boats, golf clubs, skis, and snowboards, as well as many other applications where high-strength bonds are needed along with resistance to environmental conditions. Epoxy adhesives can be formulated to meet almost any requirement for bonding wood, metal, glass, stone, and various plastics. Using different formulations, epoxies can be made flexible or rigid, transparent or opaque, quick setting or slow setting.
Industrial uses for epoxies range widely and include coatings, adhesives, and composite materials like carbon fiber and glass-reinforced plastic. They are the preferred choice for their ability to flow and conform to the work area, strong adhesion, chemical and heat resistance, and exceptional mechanical and electrical insulating properties.
2 fl oz (US)
40 Minutes @ 250 F (121 C)
Transportation, Specialty Vehicle, Construction, Military & Government, General Industrial, Electronics, Consumer Goods