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AllanC83 (Aerospace) (OP)
15 May 08 9:51
Does anyone know if Epon 934 is still being manufactured?  I know Epon was a trade name by Shell Chemicals.  So it was first manufactured by Shell.  When I contacted Shell, they told me Hexion owns it.  When I called Hexion, they said Henkel now owns it.  When I called Henkel, they said Shell owns it.  So right now, I can't figure out who owns it and if it's being manufactured or not.  I need basically need the technical data sheet for it.  Please help.  Thanks.
plasgears (Mechanical)
15 May 08 10:57
Just work with Henkel or Loctite with your requirements.  
CoryPad (Materials)
15 May 08 11:19
EPON resins are definitely produced by Hexion.  Go here:

http://www.resins.com/resins/am/products/EPON.html

Regards,

Cory

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