VGE-7031 insulating varnish and adhesive possesses electrical and bonding properties which, when combined with its chemical resistance and good saturating properties, make it an excellent material for cryogenic temperatures. As an adhesive, VGE-7031 bonds a variety of materials, has fast tack time, and may be air-dried or baked. It is excellent for laminating many types of materials, and may be applied to parts to be bonded and either baked shortly after applying or allowed to air dry and baked after the parts are stored and assembled hours, days, or even weeks later. It is also an electrically insulating adhesive at cryogenic temperatures, and is often used as a calorimeter cement. VGE-7031 is compatible when dry with a wide variety of materials, including cotton, Dacron® polyester fiber, nylon glass tapes, laminates, Mylar® polyester film, mica products, polyester products, vinyl products, wire enamels, paints, rayon, plastics, and metals. When soaked into cigarette paper, it makes a good, high thermal conductivity, low electrical conductivity heat sinking layer.