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Permabond Europe Launches New Thermally Conductive, High Temperature Resistant Epoxy

New Thermally Conductive Epoxy, Permabond ET5441 with High Temperature Resistance! Permabond® ET5441 is a thermally conductive, two-component adhesive based on epoxy resin. It is specifically designed to bond metal substrates when excellent resistance to high temperature is required. Permabond® ET5441 offers high strength performance. Even at 180°C  (356°F) ...

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Permabond Europe Launches TA4207 – No surface preparation!

Permabond Europe Launches TA4207 – A new versatile, high strength adhesive Permabond TA4207 expands our existing range of methyl methacrylate (MMA) adhesives, and is a 2-part, 1:1 mix ratio product, which achieves very high shear strengths on a wide range of metals, plastics and composites, with little or no surface preparation. In laboratory tests, our chemists have ...

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What are the best plastic to metal adhesives?

Permabond is often asked, "What is the best glue for metal to plastic?".  It is a tough question - it is like asking what is the BEST flavor of ice cream? As we discuss here, there are metal adhesives that bond some plastics and plastic adhesives that bond some metals.  The BEST option is dependant on several factors. But, if you force my hand and I have to choose...

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How to bond acrylic to stainless steel

Bonding acrylic to stainless steel can be accomplished with a variety of different adhesive types including UV curable, structural adhesive and cyanoacrylate.  Each type has its own characteristics.  UV Curable Permabond UV632 was developed for use on plastics and has superb adhesion to acrylic. It also forms strong bonds to metals.  It bonds acrylic to stainless...

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Blue Center Innovation Technologies

Blue Center Innovation Technologies – Permabond’s new state of the art development, technical service & QC laboratories Misinto, Italy - 28th November 2018 Permabond has a history of developing and manufacturing engineering adhesives, which spans six decades and three continents. In 2003 the Permabond business was purchased by the Grossi family, involved...

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How to remove cyanoacrylate adhesive?

How to remove cyanoacrylate adhesive? As we discussed here, there are three basic ways to remove adhesive. Mainly, dissolving, heating, and stress. To remove cyanoacrylate adhesive most effectively, a combination of all three ways may be used.  The deciding factors on which is most appropriate are: What are the surfaces bonded? How much time do you have? O...

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What is the best glue for rubber?

Permabond 105 is an instant adhesive which bonds most types of rubbers, including Butyl, EPDM, Natural, and Nitrile.  It forms strong bonds in seconds, and the strength continues to increase for 24 hours.  For silicone rubber, use Permabond POP primer before bonding with Permabond. Cyanoacrylates, like Permabond 105, are commonly used to bond rubber. Although Permabo...

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Permabond’s Structural Epoxy Adhesives for Stainless Steel

Permabond launches high strength structural adhesives for tarnish free bonding of stainless steel. Available in convenient 1:1 dual cartridges, once mixed via static mixer nozzle, these adhesives achieve full cure at room temperature (or heat can be applied to speed-up cure). They offer excellent bond strength on stainless steel, composites, plastics wood and other...

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UL® Classification of Pipe Sealants (thread sealants)

UL® performs various tests to determine the suitability of pipe sealants for a particular use.  The UL® classification does not state the strength of the product or the maximum sealing pressure for other uses. For example, Permabond LH050 is classified by Underwriters Laboratories Inc.® for use in devices handling gasoline, petroleum oils, and natural gas (pressure...

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How much is “enough” when it comes to adhesive?

More adhesive isn’t necessarily better when you want an effective bond or seal. Covering the bond surface is the main requirement. The type of adhesive and the bonding environment have a lot to do with how much is “enough” and how much less or extra will cause adhesive failure. Adhesive failure is a common issues when using too much adhesive. Following are some e...

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Join Permabond at the Design 2 Part Show in Uncasville, CT

Join Permabond  April 24th and 25th at the Design-2-Part Manufacturing Show at the Mohegan Sun Exposition Center. Register here and visit Permabond in booth number  243.

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