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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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Feb 27, 2014 | Article

Two-part Epoxy-based Structural Adhesives

In one embodiment, the invention provides a two-part adhesive composition having a first part and a second part, the adhesive comprising a curable epoxy resin in the first part, an amine curing...

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Oct 14, 2013 | Article

Amine Accelerators Increase PUR Adhesives' Reaction Rate and Bond Strength

LG researchers in Korea have introduced an amine-based accelerator into polyurethane adhesives that improve their bond strength, production speed and reproducibility. Polyurethane adhesive resins...

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Oct 7, 2013 | Article

Catalyst Strategy Lengthens Polyurethane Shelf-life

Scientists at Dow Global Technologies in Midland, Michigan, have developed two-component polyurethane structural adhesive systems that can withstand prolonged storage better than existing...

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Sep 2, 2013 | Article

Silane-terminated Polyoxypropylene Reactive Hot-melts Benefit Vehicle Production

Reactive hot melts based on silane-terminated polyoxypropylene polymers can deliver performance and environmental properties that suit vehicle manufacturing, according to researchers from Kaneka...

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Aug 29, 2013 | Article

Polyurethane Flooring Adhesive Better Retains Electrical Conductivity

Scientists at Construction Research & Technology in Trostberg, Germany, have developed a polyurethane-based electrically conductive floor covering adhesive that sustains that conductivity better...

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Oct 23, 2013 | Article

SPUR Car Window Adhesives Avoid Storage Instability

A researcher at Dow Global Technologies in Midland, Michigan, has produced silane-modified polyurethane (SPUR) adhesives that eliminate storage problems thought to trouble such products. SPUR...

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Oct 8, 2013 | Article

PolyTHF-epoxy Increases Adhesive Oil-contamination Tolerance

Two researchers from 3M in Düsseldorf, Germany, have formulated two-part epoxy-based adhesive compositions that can tolerate oil contamination that can otherwise lead to bond failure. In automotive...

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Oct 2, 2013 | Article

'Click'-Crosslinked Lignosulfonates Produce Non-Toxic Water-Based Adhesives

A researcher from Empire Technology Development LLC, Glen Brizius, has come up with a novel two-component system to make water soluble adhesives entirely from renewable sources. Conventional...

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Sep 1, 2013 | Article

Waterborne Systems Satisfy Adhesive Producers’ Thirst for Value

Waterborne adhesives’ economic and environmental advantages combine with their performance to create a package whose value is hard to beat. They help meet health, safety and environmental demands...

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Aug 5, 2013 | Article

Debonding on Demand

By Edward M. Petrie

The purpose of this current article will be to briefly describe the value proposition of debonding and some of the resulting commercial products that are being marketed today. For a detailed...

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