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Articles Tagged with ''epoxies''
QUESTION: I see many so-called “five-minute” epoxy adhesives (and sometimes ones with even shorter cure times). Are these adhesives truly strong and durable?
Is it true that epoxy adhesives contain the same BPA that has been shown to be harmful when used to make drinking bottles?
The composites industry is full of interesting technologies and products. In the world of composites, diversity can be seen at every turn.
Composite materials, including carbon fiber, are often preferred over conventional materials such as metal because they are lightweight, versatile and resilient.
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.