Adhesives for agricultural equipment are used throughout the cabin, engine compartment, and on most accessories and attachments. The applications range from threadlocking to structural bonding and provide equipment, and machinery designers increased opportunities to improve durability while reducing weight.
Form in Place Gasketing
Bonding Noise Reduction Materials in Cabin
And many more!
Key Features of Adhesives for Agricultural Equipment
Key reasons to select adhesive bonding over mechanical fasteners include increased strength, weight reduction, reduced costs, increased stress distribution, improved manufacturing process, increased vibration resistance, corrosion prevention, and the ability to design with a wider choice of substrate materials.
Threadlocking anaerobic adhesives and sealants lock screws, nuts, bolts, and studs against loosening. They lubricate to ease assembly, prevent corrosion, seal as well as lock, provide controlled off torque with varying strengths to meet removable and permanent requirements. Threadlockers are also more cost-effective than mechanical locking devices.
Anaerobic adhesive form in place gaskets replace traditional cork, wood, rubber, paper, and silicone gaskets. They do not become brittle or shrink over time; they are easy to dismantle with normal tools, they seal even rough surfaces without shimming.
Structural bonding of brackets, housings, and other structural components is readily achieved with epoxy or structural acrylic adhesive. Strong, durable bonds distribute stress throughout the bond area avoiding fatigue at fastener sites.