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The Pros and Cons of Using Structural Adhesives: What You Should Know

Structural adhesives have become an increasingly popular choice for many applications due to their long-lasting strength and versatility. However, you may be wondering whether they are actually worth considering as a joining method. Here…
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What affects adhesive cure time?

We've all been there. Sitting, waiting for a product to be ready to use. In fact, you’ve probably said it yourself a number of times. It’s…

Substrates and Adhesion – What’s The Best Combination?

There are many things to consider when selecting your substrate. The composition, metals (which contain a layer of oxides and gases), or non-mentals (which contain moisture and additives). In this blog, we’ll be covering different types of substrates and their individual properties…

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 …

What Are Anaerobic Adhesives?

Anaerobic adhesives are single component materials which cure in the absence of oxygen and in the presence of metal ions (iron or steel). If the adhesive is in contact with the air, the adhesives will not cure. When the adhesive becomes completed deprived of oxygen, the curing…

What is an epoxy adhesive?

You have heard about using epoxy adhesives (also known as epoxies) as a potential bonding solution. Now you want to find out a little more…

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…

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…