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Items Tagged with 'acrylics'
Bonding glass to metals can be done successfully, although it is often necessary to choose systems that have appropriate "adhesion promoters."
The 2014 FIFA World Cup™ is scheduled to run June 12-July 13 in Brazil, and I absolutely cannot wait!
Both types of adhesives are very versatile; the choice depends on your operating environments and manufacturing situation.
The composites industry is full of interesting technologies and products. In the world of composites, diversity can be seen at every turn.
Material formulators continue to define and develop new formulations of epoxies, silicones, polyurethanes, and acrylics for their customers’ product assembly applications.
We are formulating acrylic adhesives (both reactive acrylics and anaerobics), but are having problems with the sourcing of monomers. Some suppliers can’t seem to give us monomers that produce shelf-stable products, even though they purport to have added extra free-radical stabilizers. Can you offer some advice?
QUESTION: We have been advised to use an organosilane adhesion promoter in an acrylic adhesive to bond glass to metal.
QUESTION: We are attempting to bond and seal a small steel casting onto a steel plate.
The FEICA European Adhesives & Sealants Conference 2014, taking place September 17-19 in Berlin, Germany.Read More