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Adhesives and sealants in the construction industry are specially designed to be used with common construction materials and hold-up for years. These adhesives usually have a high initial tack, and provide strong, long-lasting bonds to wood, laminates, ceramics, glass, metal, masonry and other surfaces. They can be used in exterior framing, as well as roofing, flooring, carpeting, drywall and interior paneling. Silicone, polyurethane and other sealants can be used to weatherproof exteriors, doors and windows. Where mechanical fasteners are used, threadlockers can also help to provide protection and prevent loosening. Primers can also be used that help clean and prepare surfaces for coating and adhesion.
Bond; 2 Part; Thixotropic paste; Epoxy; Part A/Part B;
A two part filled epoxy adhesive, room temperature to a tough, semi-rigid material, good wetting to most surfaces and is very thixotropic to resist running and sagging, very good vibration and impact resistance.;
A two part unfilled epoxy structural adhesive, room temperature to a tough, semi-rigid polymer, good wetting and adhesion to most surfaces and has a free flowing viscosity, very good resistance, ASTM E-595 for outgassing.;
A 1-component, moisture cured, polyurethane adhesive with extremely high thixotropy and high strength. Good gap filling properties, shock/impact resistant, adhesion to a wide range of substrates.;
Industry: Bonding of floors to subfloor; Bonding of Walls; Agriculture Machinery; Bonding equipment; Bonding manufacture of trucks; Bonding of all exterior or interior panels; Bonding of FRP roofs; Bonding of metallic frame; Bonding of molding; Bonding of Sheets to corners; Bonding of styling elements; Bonding trailers; Large dimension joints; Replaces conventional fasteners; Sound damping properties; Subfloor; Tubular frames; Vibration properties
A high-quality multi purpose non-sag 1-c polyurethane adhesive/sealant that cures on exposure to atmospheric humidity to form a durable elastomer.;
Industry: Sealing exterior lap seams in Metal roofs; Sealing exterior lap seams in Window perimeters; Agriculture Machinery; Sealing and caulking expansion joints; Sealing exterior lap seams; Sealing exterior lap seams in Grain bins; Sealing exterior lap seams in HVAC units; Sealing exterior lap seams in RV's; Sealing exterior lap seams in Truck trailers; Sealing exterior lap seams in Truck trailers; Sealing of exposed and concealed
joints; Sealing rivet seams; Sealing rivet seams
Recommended for cleaning cured urethanes and crystallized isocyanates. can be used for extended periods, tolerate high resin loadings, and will reduce disposal costs. It is also recyclable via vacuum distillation. CU-6 is a non-gelling, higher flash point version of CU-5.;
A two part mineral filled epoxy adhesive, room temperature to a tough, semi-flexible material, good wetting to most surfaces, good resistance to water, salt spray, inorganic acids and bases and most organic solvents.;
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