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Anaerobic Adhesives & Sealants

By definition, anaerobic adhesives remain liquid until isolated from oxygen in the presence of metal ions, such as iron or copper. For example, when an anaerobic adhesive is sealed between a nut and a bolt on a threaded assembly, it rapidly "cures"...

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Cyanoacrylate (Instant) Adhesives

The excellent performance and versatility of Permabond's cyanoacrylate adhesives have eliminated many of the limitations of product design and production. Permabond manufactures a full spectrum of cyanoacrylates. Our chemists have ...

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Two-Part Epoxies

Permabond 2-part epoxy adhesives are suitable for bonding a wide variety of materials. Available with a range of different cure speeds to suit, Permabond epoxies have been developed to offer a high standard of performance for demanding bonding applications. Permabond 2-part epoxy adhesives will bond most engineering materials.

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Single-Part Epoxies

Permabond single-part epoxy adhesives are suitable for bonding a wide variety of materials. They are available with a range of different viscosities and with and without metal filler. Permabond epoxies have been developed to offer a high standard of performance for demanding bonding applications.

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Rapid-Curing, Structural Acrylics

Permabond's line of structural acrylics was developed for demanding applications that require high tensile, shear and peel strength as well as maximum shock and impact resistance. Permabond structural acrylics offer fast fixture and cure at room temperature providing a solution to the continuous demands for increased line speeds while decreasing ...

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UV Light Curable Adhesives

Permabond's continued customer focus lead to the development of our light curing adhesives product line. Permabond UV Light Curable Adhesives are single part, solvent-free, cure on demand adhesives suitable for a wide range of applications. Upon exposure to UV light of the proper intensity and spectral output ...

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