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Scott Bader Gets Accreditation for R1 of EN45545-2:2013 & A1:2015

Published on 2017-03-27. Author : SpecialChem

Scott Bader has announced that it has recently gained accreditation for R1 of EN45545-2:2013 & A1:2015 covering spread of flame (ISO 5658-2:2006), heat release (ISO 5660-1:2015) and smoke & toxicity (ISO 5659-2:2012) for its Crestabond® M1-20 structural adhesive.

Scott Bader Gets Accreditation for R1 of EN45545-2:2013 & A1:2015
Scott Bader Gets Accreditation for R1 of
EN45545-2:2013 & A1:2015

Enhanced FST Performance

There are numerous applications in the rail industry that require this enhanced FST performance and Scott Bader is delighted to offer a product which meets these requirements alongside the other added benefits of the Crestabond® range:

  • Excellent fatigue and impact resistance
  • A range of working and fixture times to suit most components
  • Little surface preparation and the ability to bond dissimilar substrates

Commitment to Develop High-quality Adhesives

This approval demonstrates Scott Bader’s continued commitment to developing and supplying industry leading adhesives for the most demanding of applications.

Scott Bader will be putting other grades of Crestabond®, including the M7 range, through the same tests, expecting the same results.

About Scott Bader

Scott Bader is a global chemical company employing over 650 people worldwide with manufacturing sites in Europe, Middle East, South Africa, Canada, India and South America. Scott Bader has invested significantly in recent years to successfully develop Crestabond; a range of market leading primer-less structural adhesives. They have been designed for bonding a wide range of dissimilar substrates including metals and plastics as well as composite materials for industrial applications.

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