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Permabond 910 – The original Methyl Cyanoacrylate

Permabond 910 is the original cyanoacrylate and has been around for over 65 years – and it is still favored by many industries, including aerospace and automotive.

Over 65 years old and still going strong.

It is easy to apply,  bonds most surfaces, contains no solvent, and forms strong bonds quickly.

Instant Bonds!  Apply the adhesive, assembly the components, and count… one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, 9, 10.  That’s it – parts are bonded.

The original cyanoacrylate, 910, set the highest standard against which all our formulations could be measured.  Permabond continues the tradition of excellence by formulating products that meet many diverse application needs for very strong bonds, high-temperature resistance, and purity.  “The Original 910,” formula remains unchanged.  The reason is simple – it works! Additionally, over the years, 910 has been specified by companies in aerospace, defense, automotive, heavy equipment, transportation, dental laboratories, and many other industries. It is approved to MIL-A-46050C Type I Class 2 (existing designs) & CID A-A-3097 Type I Class 2 (new designs).

original cyanoacrylate adhesive

Here is a more detailed description of 910.  PERMABOND® 910 is the original 100%-methyl cyanoacrylate adhesive. It is a single part, low viscosity liquid that will cure rapidly at room temperature when pressed into a thin film between parts. PERMABOND® 910 will cure to a fixture strength in 10 seconds on most surfaces and strength develops rapidly. The adhesive was designed specifically for the bonding of metal surfaces, and provides excellent bond strength to steel, aluminum and most metal surfaces. The methyl cyanoacrylate will also adhere well to a wide variety of other materials including most plastics and rubbers.

Since the first cyanoacrylate, Permabond has gone on to develop many more cyanoacrylate adhesives and adhesives of many different technologies, including anaerobic, structural acrylics, epoxies, MS polymers, polyurethanes, and UV curables. Our product technologies can be found here.