New Structural Acrylic Range
Permabond is delighted to announce the launch of a new range of MMA (methyl methacrylate) structural acrylic adhesives. Five new two-part adhesives are now available to European customers.
The product range comprises:
Permabond TA4200 and TA4210 – are two part 1:1 mix ratio structural acrylics which are dispensed with guns and static mixing nozzles. The products offer excellent gap fill and available in a choice of two cure speeds. Strength development is rapid and these adhesives are ideal for use on a variety of plastics, wood, composites, metals, ferrites and ceramics. Their rubber-toughened matrix allows for bonding of dissimilar substrates where differential thermal expansion and contraction could be an issue or where parts could be subject to impact or high levels of vibration.
Permabond TA4202 – this is the classic pink / green fast cure structural acrylic adhesive. It can be used with a short mixing nozzle or bead-on-bead to eliminate waste entirely. It is a fast curing, extremely high strength adhesive which is ideal for use on high speed production lines. Product is readily available at short notice and this product offers an excellent alternative for customers experiencing supply issues with similar competitor MMA adhesive.
Permabond TA4204 is a high performance 1:1 mix ratio structural acrylic adhesive with very high shear and peel strength. It can be applied by mixing nozzle or bead-on-bead if preferred. This adhesive offers an exceptional finished appearance as it is colourless and transparent. Depending on how it is applied, users can achieve a “crystal clear” bond line. An excellent alternative joining method to replace solvent welding for items such as Perspex acrylic displays and point of sale items. Not only do they help eliminate harmful solvents such as dichloromethane from the workplace, but gives a much better finished bonded appearance. Permabond TA4204 can also be used for bonding composites, metals, glass and ceramics.
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