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Modified Epoxy and MS Polymer Adhesives

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Modified Epoxy and MS Polymer Adhesives

Permabond manufactures several types of flexible adhesives to meet the growing demands of industrial engineers. Modified Epoxy and MS Polymer-based adhesive offer a high level of flexibility and each provides unique benefits. The flexibility combined with low shrinkage make them ideal for bonding thin substrates with no read through. They are also suitable for potting electronics without exerting stress on sensitive components.

MS Polymers

Permabond MS Polymers are single component, hybrid technology adhesives that moisture cure at ambient temperature. The high elongation and flexible nature of these strong bonds meet the demands of stress from impact, peel and expansion that can occur when bonding dissimilar materials. The have excellent environmental resistance and remain very flexible.

Modified Epoxies (MT)

Permabond Modified Epoxies are two component hybrid technology adhesives that cure at ambient temperature. Products are available in 10:1 and 2:1 dual cartridges for dispensing through static mix tips.

Permabond MS-Polymers and Modified Epoxies form strong bonds to:

Composites, Metals, Wood, FRP, Glass, Plastics, Concrete, Masonry, Brick and Stone.

Key Benefits include:

Paintable, Non-corrosive, Fast Tack Free Time, Adhesion to a Variety of Substrates, No primer needed, Weather Resistant – No Cracking or Splitting, Ease of Application – Use in Most Weather Conditions

The high elongation and flexible nature of these strong bonds meet the demands of stress from impact, peel and expansion that can occur when bonding dissimilar materials. The have excellent environmental resistance and remain very flexible.

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