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UV/EB Cure Adhesives


UV and light curing adhesives are designed to adhere to a wide range of substrates in demanding applications. These adhesives are formulated for bonding, coating and encapsulating properties and are ideal for applications which require resistance to thermal cycling under vibration, environmental exposure or biocompatibility.

UV EB Cure adhesives are used in the manufacturing items in many industrial markets such as electronics, telecommunications, medical, aerospace, glass, and optical. UV/EB technology exhibit environmental benefits, being zero emission / low VOC.

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Apr 6, 2005 | Article

Cationic UV Cured Epoxy Adhesives

Radiation curing refers to polymerization induced by radiation such as ultraviolet (UV) light, electron beam (EB), or visible light. Like thermal polymerization methods, radiation curing transforms...

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Feb 11, 2004 | Article

There are Various Shades of Green

By Edward M. Petrie

The alternative energy market is driven by the need to be environmentally friendly. Being “green” is very desirable today in this world. This week’s editorial discusses ways that the adhesive or...

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Dec 10, 2003 | Article

Important considerations regarding adhesion to plastics Part I - Thermosetting plastics

Plastics are usually more difficult to bond than other substrates. The outcome of the bonding process may be as dependent on the plastic substrate as it is on the adhesive being used. This...

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Nov 21, 2002 | Article

Reactive Hot Melt Adhesives

A reactive hot melt adhesive is any thermoplastic adhesive or sealant that can be applied at elevated temperatures as a liquid melt, cools to become a solid at room temperature, and then...

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