Plastics such as acetals, polyethylenes, fluoropolymers, polypropylene and TPVs are used in virtually all industries due to their low cost, flexible design capabilities, and superior performance properties. The question is, how do they stick together?
An epoxy adhesive is being used to securely bond aluminum profiles to metal
railcar door frames being built for BR 423 Siemens Bombardier trains that run
on suburban railway systems throughout Germany.
Thermoplastic polyurethanes are formed by linear polymeric chains of segmented structure. Development of soft grades of TPUs has been reported among the latest trends in the TPU market. This article focuses on a study on the development of these formulations.
Probably no industry has a more varied group of liquid materials than the adhesives
and sealants industry. This article discusses various filtration techniques,
and the things to consider when choosing the best process for your business.
Dual-barrel cartridge systems have become very popular for dispensing
two-component adhesives. These systems reduce both material and hazardous
waste, improve adhesive and employee performance, and increase worker safety.