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What Are Cyanoacrylate Adhesives?

Cyanoacrylate adhesives are more commonly known as super glues/instant glues. They are single component, solvent free products which cure quickly when confined between two surfaces at room temperature. Advantages ...

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What Are Epoxy Adhesives?

Epoxies are also known as structural adhesives due to their high stress loading capability. They are generally used to bond heavy duty materials over long service periods. There are 3 types of epoxy resins chemically manufactured...

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How Does UV Affect Commercial Vehicles?

The effects of ultraviolet radiation on vehicles can be seen daily on our roads. The most obvious example is the fading visible on red vehicles such as Post Office vans. Whilst all colours are affected by UV, the effects on red and orange materials are most severe. As all industries...

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Silicone Vs MS Polymer

Both structural adhesive types are used in many different applications across many different industries. It is therefore not a straight answer as to “which one is best for me”. For construction… ...

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What Is Silicone?

Scientifically, silicones are polymers that include any inert, synthetic compound made up of repeating units of siloxane, which is a chain of alternating silicon and oxygen atoms. All of which is frequently combined with carbon and/or hydrogen. ...

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What Is Polyurethane?

Scientifically Polyurethane (PU or PUR for short) is a range of chemicals sharing similar chemistry. It is a polymer composed of units of organic chains joined by urethane or carbamate links. Chemistries within the polyurethane...

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