This company now offers Lord Corp.’s acrylic adhesive system, Lord 810/20. The adhesive system was reportedly designed to remove the problem of ‘read-through’ where the surface of a bonded substrate has become visibly distorted because of stresses that occurred during the curing process.

The adhesive reportedly works in conjunction with Lord Accelerator 20 and, upon curing, can create a flexible system for bonding metals and engineered plastics. This adhesive system reportedly provides a high speed cure, and strong bonding with virtually no bond-line read through. In addition, the use of Lord Accelerator 20 can enable precise control of the adhesive bond-line thickness, thanks to the glass beads in the material.

With little to no substrate preparation required, the adhesive reportedly remains in position when applied on vertical or overhead surfaces, facilitating greater process flexibility. It can provide environmental resistance to UV exposure and weathering and can resist dilute acids, alkalis, solvents, greases, oils, and moisture.

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