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Acrlic Adhesive
Acrylic adhesives are derived from acrylic acid, methacrylic acid or other related compounds. Acrylic adhesives are available either as one or two part adhesives or as versions that are cured by exposure to ultraviolet light. Acrylic adhesives produce bonds with excellent peel strengths. Acrylic adhesives are of moderate costs and show the particularity to have good adhesion to many substrates (glass, metals, paper, textiles, metallic foils, and plastics).

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Structural Thermosetting Acrylic Adhesives - Comprehensive Guide

By Edward M. Petrie

Thermosetting acrylic adhesives are rubber-toughened systems that cure rapidly at room temperature to provide a crosslinked structural adhesive suitable for high-end applications. They provide high tensile shear and peel strength, chemical resistance, and impact strength. Become an expert by learning the detailed information about thermosetting acrylic adhesives including, their formulation parameters, performance and processing characteristics, and their expanding opportunities in the marketplace.

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