Glass spheres-filled adhesives move the bond line process control from a manufacturing process to a “designed in” feature.
How vacuum degassing can introduce contaminants into your mix – often unknowingly.
Mixing multi-part adhesives requires a great deal of stirring, a process that whips in a lot of air.
Temperature and humidity greatly affect viscosity, pot life, adhesive performance, and cured properties.
Three of the more common variables of the mix process that can lead to potential failure.
A manufacturer outsourced its adhesive mixing and as a result, reduced contamination and risk while improving productivity.
Learn how urethane adhesives help mitigate the stresses of aerospace applications.
What size syringe should you use for your adhesive application? Answer: “It depends.”
How Appli-Tec met OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard for its adhesive products a month before the June 2015 deadline.
Print-ready SDS for Appli-Tec adhesive products now available for download.
An engineer turned to Appli-Tec for an adhesive compound with high thermal conductivity and a 4-hour pot life.
Becoming GHS compliant took over a year and included having to create labels that met the standard yet also fit size 3cc and 5cc syringes.
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