The Universal Selection Source: Adhesives Ingredients

Reactive Adhesives Channel
Reactive adhesives are typically characterized by the formation of permanent bonds between substrates to provide resistance to chemicals, moisture and heat. They are generally made out of two ingredients: monomer (resin) and initiator. These adhesives exhibit high bond strength and long-term durability under severe environmental conditions. The performance advantage of reactive adhesives over hot melt or solvent borne adhesives is that they cure to a material that resists melting. The resulted adhesive has excellent temperature and environmental resistance, while maintaining high bond strength.

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