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DYMAX Expands Web Site to Include Crosslink® Epoxies and Pacer Technology® Cyanoacrylates and Accelerators

Published on 2007-10-17. Author : SpecialChem

The DYMAX Corporation has expanded their Web site to include Crosslink® epoxies and Pacer Technology® cyanoacrylates andaccelerators. These additions enhance the already expansive selection of products offered by DYMAX.

Epoxy resins are made of tightly-linked, adhesive polymer structures that are often used in surface adhesives and coatings. Crosslinkepoxy resins are characterized by toughness, strong adhesion, and low shrinkage, and are nearly unmatched in heat and chemicalresistance. When a two-part Crosslink epoxy is mixed with the appropriate catalyst, the resulting reaction is exothermic, a chemicalreaction that results in the release of heat. Crosslink epoxies are excellent for potting, casting, encapsulating, and a wide variety ofstructural bonding applications.

DYMAX is now an authorized distributor of Pacer Technology cyanoacrylate adhesives and accelerators. Pacer Technologycyanoacrylate adhesives are capable of bonding dirty, contaminated, porous, non-porous, acidic and many other hard-to-adhere-tosurfaces. They come in a variety of formulations and viscosities for every type of industrial assembly application.

Adhesive accelerators and primers are used to increase cure speed and improve adhesion of industrial cyanoacrylate adhesives.Pacer Technology accelerators and primers promote fast fixturing of Pacer cyanoacrylates for tacking, plastic assembly, and metaland ceramic bonding applications.

DYMAX Corporation is a technology-based company specializing in the formulation, manufacture and service of advanced assemblyadhesives, coatings, epoxies, masking resins, and UV curing systems.

DYMAX®, Light-Weld®, Light-Welder®, Multi-Cure®, Ultra Light-Weld®, MEDI-CURE®, MD® and SpeedMask® are registered trademarks of DYMAX Corporation

Source: DYMAX Corporation


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