Bond; 2 Part; Thixotropic Liquid; Polyurethane; Part A/Part B;
A two-part polyurethane adhesive with a 2-3 minute gel time. When applied, the material quickly forms a thixotropic bead. The material cures to a shiny/glossy finish and remains slightly flexible and bendable. ;
A two component elastomeric polyurethane casting and tooling system. Its features include an easy mix ratio of 1:1 parts by volume, high tear strength, low viscosity and good adhesion for a castable system. ;
A one-part, reactive polyurethane glue that cures at room temperature. This system was developed for bonding a variety of porous and non-porous substrates such as wood, fabric, leather, ABS, concrete, and PVC.;
This is specially formulated to withstand temperatures higher than the typical range of a polyurethane. When applied, the material forms a white thixotropic bead. It also provides good hydrolytic stability. ;
A two-part modified polyurethane adhesive designed to bond to a variety of substrates where longer gel times are required for assembly of bonded components. This adhesive bonds very well to clean metal surfaces as well as damp, porous and wood surfaces.;
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