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0.84 fl. oz. 500-Degree High Heat Epoxy

Product Overview

Permatex's 500° High Heat Epoxy is the first and only high temperature liquid syringe epoxy. Ideal for surface repairs with high temperatures such as under-hood automotive and home repair. This high temperature epoxy withstands 2X higher temperatures compared to standard epoxies that traditionally breakdown at 250°F. Ideal for under-hood repairs where temperatures can range up at 400°F on a hot summer day.
  • Seal against many liquids, gasses and common automotive fluids
  • Ideal for under-hood automotive applications
  • Eliminates need to weld or braze
  • Sets in 10-minutes/cures in 2-hours
  • Bonds to metals, hard plastics, ceramics, glass rubber and more

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Questions & Answers

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can I use this to glue metal trim on to cooktop?

Asked by William April 14, 2021
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Yes. I’ve used it to attach plastic support brackets near a automobile exhaust. The plastic have a melting point of about 400 degrees, but the adhesive remained in tact. Most ovens max out around 500 degrees but that is an inside temp. You’ll be good with an outside trim piece.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.7
    out of 14 reviews
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This epoxy glue is great in that it works on many different substrates. It will bond to many type...
This epoxy glue is great in that it works on many different substrates. It will bond to many types of plastics and I even think metal. And now I know it will also bond leather very well. Our new puppy bit a hole through one of the straps on my wife’s favorite boots. I thought I would try this adhesive to repair it and it worked great. I tried tugging on it after I repaired it and it still held.Since the boot strap was black I used a sharpie to Cover the glue marks it worked great.
by johnny
Can't say I would or wouldn't recommend this product. I used it for gluing 2 pieces of metal toge...
Can't say I would or wouldn't recommend this product. I used it for gluing 2 pieces of metal together and it didn't work. That's what I would most likely use a high heat epoxy for.I'm not sure I didn't do a bad prep job. Gluing is not my forte. I have to say it did an excellent job gluing my misplaced stirrer to the bench top. I had to chisel that off. So as an epoxy it works but will it work for you I'm not so sure. I couldn't verify it works as advertised. Typical 2 part epoxy with syringe tube.
by Tom
Excellent Product. I put this one to the test and it came out with an A+. One thing I work with ...
Excellent Product. I put this one to the test and it came out with an A+. One thing I work with is racing cars and they get hot, vibrate, wet and a variety of materials. Several thing that make this a great product is the ease of use, applicator and storage of left over product. The applicator will dispense the correct amount of resin and hardener when the plunger is pressed. NOTE: I always keep the nozzle ends in an upward direction so the resin and hardener does not mix after dispensing. I store it that way as well. I found that the working time and cure time was per direction on the package. The mixed product did not run from a vertical surface when used, but stayed in place. 24 hours after use the resin was cured and set up. I used on carbon fiber, foam and fabric. Great product, use protective gloves and I clean up with isopropyl alcohol.
by Lind
This epoxy holds !! If you are looking for the best, most versatile epoxy for your job or projec...
This epoxy holds !! If you are looking for the best, most versatile epoxy for your job or project, look no further. I have put this epoxy to the test with multiple applications. The hottest one right inside an engine compartment and strength wise, I used to fix a cracked winch cable guide wheel. It is fast acting so don’t delay or have a long side conversation because it sets up quick and solid. We normally use cardboard as a mixing pallet but the blister pack the plunger comes in, has a handy little well for mixing (single use only...). I used it on a skid plate for my motorcycle engine cover and it holds sold and did not melt with the high temperatures. GREAT EPOXY!!
by Dano
Super strong epoxy. this stuff will hold up in HOT ZONES, like under the hood of a car. Easy to u...
Super strong epoxy. this stuff will hold up in HOT ZONES, like under the hood of a car. Easy to use. Just twist off the end cap ( which is what is used to re-seal ). Push on the plunger a small amount into the included mixing bowl( part of the packaging. Next take out the mixing stick they have included, and mix well. Make sure area is clean and dry. good job.
by akeene
This is a High Temp Epoxy, but it works on fixes on things that don’t get hot. Like other epoxies...
This is a High Temp Epoxy, but it works on fixes on things that don’t get hot. Like other epoxies it is in two parts and comes in dual syringes. It seems strong and sets in 10 minutes. My one picture shows the bowl after I took the clamp off and it seems to be holding well. After letting the glue cure (2 hours) I microwaved water in it. It seemed to take the heat just fine’ Overall, the glue worked well on this ceramic bowl.
by John8
I received the Permatex in good condition. I read the instructions and it appeared that there is ...
I received the Permatex in good condition. I read the instructions and it appeared that there is a working period of 10 minutes, with a fixture time of two hours, and 24 hours to final cure. It can withstand 500 degree Fahrenheit, and has up to 2500 psi strength. It doesn’t work on polyethylene or polypropylene plastics. I mixed some up for a decidedly low temperature application of wood shutter frame joints with dowels. One of the 2 components seemed a bit runny compared to the other. I mixed it together for about a minute. I expected a working period much shorter than the more than the 30 minutes I actually had. It was easy to wipe off up to that point. Even at 45 minutes, the epoxy was still useable, although very thick. I left the pieces clamped for 2 hours before releasing them. I can’t speak for the high temperature durability, but the joints I put together seem strong. I’d recommend mixing it in a small plastic cup or a small container rather than a flat surface because it’s thinner than other epoxies I’ve used and ends up spread over a pretty large area.
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As an auto tech for many years I've used PERMATEX sealer quite a bit and removing it from your sk...
As an auto tech for many years I've used PERMATEX sealer quite a bit and removing it from your skin requires a solvent. This is a epoxy to seal against many liquids, gasses and common automotive fluids that sets in 10 minutes/cures in 2 hours. I'd like to try it on a A/C line pin hole, it's rated at 2500 psi and 500-degree F. It states bonds to metals, hard plastics, ceramics, glass rubber and more, but will not bond to polyethylene or polypropylene plastics.
by quick6
Permatex high temperature epoxy is great for automotive, under hood and HVAC applications where t...
Permatex high temperature epoxy is great for automotive, under hood and HVAC applications where temperature resistance is needed. This is a thick liquid epoxy before curing, most high temperature epoxies are putty consistency. The dual plunger does a good job at dispensing equal amounts (this does not have a mixing nozzle). There is an air tight cap to store the unused portion for later use. I mixed it for about 1-2 minutes using the stirring stick that is attached to the plunger, being careful to not incorporate many air bubbles. The mixture dries colorless/clear. The odor before curing is milder compared to other epoxies that I have used. There is no odor once cured. Temperature range: -60 deg F to 500 degrees Fahrenheit. 10 minute set time, 2 hour drying time, and 24 hours for a full cure. This does not need elevated temperatures to cure, just proper mixing of both parts. Can be used on Metal, ceramic, glass, rubber, wood and most hard plastics. This will not bond to Polyethylene (#2 and #4 plastic recycle code) and will not bond to Polypropylene (#5 plastic recycle code). I used this to repair a magnesium alloy(can not be welded or brazed) under hood car part exposed to high temperature, oil and engine bypass gases.
by TOM
I've been happy with the quality of this epoxy so far. I've got it holding a patch on the exhaust...
I've been happy with the quality of this epoxy so far. I've got it holding a patch on the exhaust pipe of my truck. With a 500 degree limit, I wouldn't try to repair manifolds or headers with it, but it seems to work well on exhaust parts farther downstream. I'm a fan of epoxies that come in this dual syringe style because you never have to worry if you've used the right mix ratio.
by cx
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