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  • 3M™ Glass Bubbles A20/1000, Small box, 23 kg

    3M ID 75029905173
    • Floated series has 99% floaters by volume to help you achieve lighter composites
    • Decreases weight, increases buoyancy
    • Provides excellent water and oil resistance for use in underwater applications
    • Surface treated to improve mechanical properties of the composite
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    Specifications
    Brand
    3M™
    Capabilities
    Chemical Resistance, Lightweighting, Temperature Resistance
    Color (unaided eye)
    White, powdery
    Composition
    Soda-lime-borosilicate glass
    Density (g/cc)
    0.2
    Industries
    Paints and Coatings, Rubber and Plastic, Transportation
    Net Weight (Metric)
    22.68 kg
    Particle Size (D50 Micron)
    60
    Particle Size Range (D50 Micron)
    60 - 69, 60 - 69
    Strength (MPa)
    6.8
    Details

    3M™ Glass Bubbles A20/1000 have a density of 0.20 g/cc and an isostatic crush strength of 1,000 psi. They have less than 1% sinkers by volume and are surface treated to be compatible with buoyancy module manufacturing. Like other 3M™ Glass Bubbles in our floated product series, this product is ideal for use in a number of aerospace and oil and gas applications.

    They have less than 1 % sinkers by volume and are surface treated to increase the compatibility with resins used for different applications such as buoyancy modules. Like other 3M™ Glass Bubbles in the floated product series, this product offers an outstanding strength-to-density ratio, ideal for use in a number of aerospace and oil and gas applications.

    • Floated series has 99% floaters by volume to help you achieve lighter composites
    • Decreases weight, increases buoyancy
    • Provides excellent water and oil resistance for use in underwater applications
    • Surface treated to improve mechanical properties of the composite
    • Reduced dielectric constant
    • Thermal conductivity reduction
    • Temperature resistance
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