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Articles Tagged with ''epoxies''
Material formulators continue to define and develop new formulations of epoxies, silicones, polyurethanes, and acrylics for their customers’ product assembly applications.
QUESTION: We are successfully structurally bonding Belgian Blue Stone—also called Petit Granit (a non-porous limestone material)—with a two-component epoxy in an industrial process.
Due to their different physical properties, epoxy adhesives and polyurethane adhesives are sold into different segments of the adhesives market.
QUESTION: We are looking for adhesives with high electrical conductivity for several assembly operations. What alternatives do we have?
QUESTION: We have been advised to use an organosilane adhesion promoter in an acrylic adhesive to bond glass to metal.