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Scott Bader Showcased Range of Urethane Structural Adhesives and more at JEC Asia

Published on 2018-11-26. Author : SpecialChem

TAGS:  Polyurethane Adhesives      Acrylic Adhesives    

Scott Bader exhibited at JEC Asia, with the Crestafire® FST performance products and the range of Crestabond® structural adhesives. On the Scott Bader stand there was information on Crestafire® Fire, Smoke and Toxicity (FST) products.

Fire-resistant Adhesive Resin and Gelcoat Systems

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Scott Bader exhibited at JEC Asia with the several performance products

The Crestafire® Fire range includes adhesive resin and gelcoat systems, which have been independently tested and meet stringent FST specifications for FRP parts used in passenger train carriages and rolling stock for both interior and exterior applications.

The Stand's Primary Focus Were:


Crestabond® Primerless MMA Structural Adhesives:
These are suitable for a variety of substrates and markets around the world. Crestabond is the range of primer-less structural adhesives which are fast curing and has been developed for higher volume assembly of smaller parts, which must be ready in short duration, for cost effective productivity. All grades in the Crestabond® range are suitable for bonding a wide range of metal, plastic and composite substrates.

Crestomer® Urethane Acrylate Adhesives
: Crestomer is our urethane acrylate adhesive range used in a wide range of demanding applications as well as large marine structures. They create tough bonds with greater movement and allows for significant time, cost and weight savings to be made.

Crestafix® Rapid Cure Bonding Paste Range: These include the range of orthophthalic and isophthalic bonding pastes to suit all non-structural applications such as panels, inserts, internal frames, ribs, composite constructions.


Source: Scott Bader
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