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Product Review Aerok 8040; Long Open Time Structural Adhesive

When researching the right adhesive for your application, you will find thousands of options available. Your search for the right solution has led you here; to Aerok 8040. Now you want to learn more. …
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The Basics For A Successful Bond

We work closely with our customers to ensure they have the correct joint design and choice of adhesive. This enables us to ensure a strong, durable bond even in the most demanding of climates. In this blog we have briefly summarized…

Should I Use 1K Or 2K Adhesive?

This is a question we often receive from customers. The answer we give is simple, both systems have their merits - it purely depends on your application. Fast cure, high strength and structural bonding are all attributes of…

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…

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. …

How To Increase The Lifespan Of Glue

What Can Affect The Durability Of Adhesives And Sealants? There’s nothing worse than a product not performing as it should. Not only can it incur unnecessary costs, but it’s equally frustrating knowing…

Why Is My Adhesive Failing?!

Over the years we’ve regularly had the question “why is my glue not working?!” and more often than not, it’s due to one of few causes. So, here’s a very simple blog explaining the types of failure, and the most common…