Rubber Bonding Adhesives

Following are two types of rubber bonding adhesives, cyanoacrylate, and structural acrylic. For details on bonding specific types of rubber see the links below.

Featured Product – Permabond 105 Cyanoacrylate Adhesive

  • Bonds natural and synthetic rubber
  • Also ideal for hard to bond plastics
  • Low viscosity
  • Easy to use – no mixing or heat cure
  • 100% reactive, no solvents
  • Very fast set time

Permabond 105 is a low viscosity, high purity cyanoacrylate adhesive. Download the technical data sheet 105 for more information.

Structural Acrylic Adhesives

If a cyanoacrylate isn’t desirable for your application, consider a specialty structural acrylic such as Permabond TA4605,  TA4610, TA4611, or TA4631.   They are two-part structural acrylics for bonding difficult plastics such as polypropylene, polyethylene, and PTFE. They have also been shown to have good adhesion to certain rubbers such as EPDM. EPDM rubber contains polypropylene, so it follows that these adhesives can also bond this rubber. Structural acrylic adhesives offer a slower cure than cyanoacrylates (making accurate alignment and spreading possible).  TA4605, TA4610, and TA4611 have less odor than many adhesives and are not solvent-based.  Permabond TA4631 has even less odor.  All of the TA4600 series have excellent environmental durability.

  • TA4605 fixtures in under 10 minutes.
  • TA4610 has a longer handling time for larger or more complex applications.
  • TA4611 has a lower viscosity and does not contain microbeads, so it is suitable for smaller gaps.
  • TA4631 is similar to TA4611 with significantly reduced odor.

For a more detailed product line comparison, download the FLYER_TA4600 Series.

Click the links below for more information on how to bond rubber and silicone:


Natural Rubber

Nitrile Rubber



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