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Intertronics Offers A-K540, a Fast-curing Adhesive to Bond Polypropylene and Polyethylene

Published on 2015-10-28. Author : SpecialChem

There is an increasing demand for a fast-curing structural adhesive capable of providing robust direct adhesion to low surface energy plastics. L&L A-K540 from Intertronics is a new, innovative structural adhesive. It is unique in that it combines direct adhesion – without primers or plasma, corona, or flame treatment – to low energy substrates such as polypropylene and polyethylene thermoplastics, with very fast cure speeds at room temperature. A-K540 is also capable of bonding a multitude of other substrates, enabling combinations of polyolefin plastics with metal and composite substrates.

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Fig. 1: Intertronics

A-K540 is a two-component methacrylate based structural adhesive which is fast curing (with a fixture time of just 45-60 minutes). It has high tensile strength and impact resistance with robust long term durability for applications in challenging operating conditions. It is resistant to weathering, e.g. salt spray and QUV radiation – properties developed in response to its original purpose in vehicle assembly applications where it has proven extremely successful worldwide, offering exemplary performance as a high strength, light-weight structural adhesive for major motor manufacturers.

About Intertronics

Intertronics was established in 1979, originally to sell hand soldering consumables - not just as a distributor but as a proactive and reliable supplier. As the company's product range developed and its customer base grew, the company quickly began to earn an envied reputation. Intertronics understood its customers - their products, processes and needs.

Source: Intertronics

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