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All of our products have been developed in our on-site laboratories in response to industry and customer feedback. With our bespoke colour-matching and large product range, our service is as flexible as our adhesives.
The Formoa® range is the development of truly primerless adhesive and sealant technology for all industries. It’s reduced manufacturing costs, work in progress and total life cost. Our Formoa range can also be matched to any colour.
The Aerok® range of structural epoxy adhesives and ultra low-density void fillers have been designed for maximum engineering performance. They cover lap shear and peel strength, durability and performance at extreme temperatures.
The Purok® range is a structural two-component adhesive for bonding. It brings the best features of different adhesive chemistries to provide strong, flexible, temperature resistant bonds that withstand extreme conditions worldwide.
Fist® is a complete range of environmentally-friendly coatings giving short, medium or long-term protection as required. Including temporary peelable and washable coatings, porosity sealers and protection against corrosion.
The Forbond® range is split into two: Double-sided tapes for bonding and sealing for specific materials and climatic conditions, and high-performance structural epoxy for laminating and bonding.
Pyrok® products are two-component polyurethane hybrid fire retardant adhesives with full FST performance. Used for bonding plastics and metals in aerospace and transportation, with colour matching and different cure speeds.
When we ask our customers in Bus and Coach manufacturing what their biggest challenges are, corrosion is often mentioned - corrosion of the chassis, side and body panels, or a breakdown of paint and powder coatings and so forth. Corrosion costs most industry millions of pounds every year in equipment failures, rejects, price reductions, credits and shortened life spans.
In 2002 a European Bus Manufacturer was struggling to fulfill its order book. Limited capacity was a serious challenge.