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cyanoacrylate adhesives

Cyanoacrylate adhesive gel fills gaps and doesn’t run

5 January 2015 adhesives

Our ADH 9454 is a gap filling Cyanoacrylate Adhesive Gel. Most cyanoacrylate or “instant” adhesives are inherently of a low, runny viscosity – which means they don’t work well when there are gaps to be filled, if the parts are porous, or if the bondline orientation means that the adhesive would drip or run out. The […]

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New high viscosity cyanoacrylate adhesive offers resistance to peel and impact

13 February 2013 cyanoacrylate adhesives

We have added a new product to our range of professional cyanoacrylate adhesives. ADH 9485 is specifically formulated for applications requiring both a high viscosity and resistance to peel forces and impact. It develops strong bonds on most metals, plastics or rubbers in seconds. ADH 9485 can be ordered in a 500 gram bottle, allowing simple […]

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We are exhibiting at Mediplas 2012 – medical device plastics and assembly

16 August 2012 adhesives

Next month, September 25-26, we will be exhibiting at Mediplas at the NEC, Birmingham. Mediplas is a new focused event for the highly specialised area of manufacturing plastic parts for the medical industry. The exhibition will cover all areas of the medical plastics supply chain – including design and prototyping, materials, clean room machinery (extrusion and […]

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Medical Grade Cyanoacrylate Adhesives

15 September 2011 adhesives

DYMAX 222 Series® is a range of medical-grade, low-odour, low-bloom instant-bonding cyanoacrylate adhesives (CAs) for the medical device manufacturing industry. DYMAX 222 products offer exceptional product stability and faster cure speeds over other CA’s. DYMAX 222 adhesives can replace many different grades of both methyl and ethyl CA’s due to their ability to adhere to […]

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Black, rubber toughened Cyanoacrylate Adhesive

1 July 2011 adhesives

adhere ADH9105 Cyanoacrylate Adhesive is an excellent example of a precision engineered application specific adhesive for high technology industries. ADH9105 has higher impact, humidity and temperature resistance with a more flexible bond than mainstream cyanoacrylates – thus making it the adhesive of choice where gap filling and resistance to vibration, thermal shock or motion compliance […]

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Technical Guide on Adhesive Cure Methods – Free Download

23 November 2010 adhesives

The use of adhesives for structural bonding is on the increase. For a successful assembly, the adhesive must “harden” in the bondline to provide a joint which is capable of bearing the forces to which it is subjected for its lifetime, whatever environmental factors are thrown at it. Understanding how this works is important both […]

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