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Scott Bader Launches Self-Leveling Structural Adhesive for EV Batteries

Published on 2022-05-09. Edited By : SpecialChem

TAGS:  Acrylic Adhesives      Sustainability / Natural Adhesives    

Scott Bader Launches Self-Leveling Structural Adhesive for EV Batteries Scott Bader launches high-tech structural adhesive Crestabond® M1-04 SL in their Crestabond® range. The new self-leveling adhesive is used for potting and bonding purposes in electric vehicle batteries. The adhesive is suitable for applications in all market segments where self-leveling properties are required.

Developing Sustainable Products


Scott Bader’s Crestabond® structural adhesives are already used by a number of automotive and land transport manufacturers around the world. As the automotive market moves towards an electric future, Scott Bader’s products are being developed to suit.

The development of Crestabond® M1-04 SL showcases Scott Bader’s focus on developing products for sustainable markets, as part of their 2036 vision of becoming a fully sustainable company.

Crestabond® M1-04 SL is a 10:1 structural adhesive suitable for primer-less application on composite, thermoplastics and metals. It has high strength and resistance to tough environmental conditions as well as a gap-filling capability of up to 5mm.

Crestabond® Manufacturing Expansion


In March 2022, Scott Bader announced their Canadian site will begin manufacturing Crestabond® structural adhesives in 2022.

The expansion of their Crestabond® production to Scott Bader ATC will allow Scott Bader to meet the growing demand for their high-quality MMA primerless structural adhesives within the North American market.

It will also significantly reduce transport emissions and delivery times, helping Scott Bader to deliver a faster, more efficient service for their customers with less environmental impact.

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