Articles by Alisha Adams

Alisha Adams

Alisha Adams is the Research and Development Lead for Appli-Tec. Her expertise includes formulating epoxy and acrylate adhesives for the electronics market.

Testing lap shear in the Appli-Tec QC lab. What’s Appli-Tec’s procedure for testing lap shear?
August 10, 2020

Testing an adhesive’s lap shear is important because it allows for a strength comparison between different adhesive materials on a known substrate.

Ultra low temperature freezer fridge for specimens storage in laboratory testing in medical hospital or pharma business with blur lab background. Shelf Life Considerations FAQ
May 14, 2020

My Adhesive Material Seems Thicker Than Normal. What’s the Problem?

Epoxies What are the advantages and disadvantages of Epoxy, Polyurethane, and Silicone Adhesives?
November 27, 2019

The choice of which chemistry to use is based on the application requirements.

thermally-conductive-adheives FAQ: Thermally Conductive Adhesives
January 29, 2018

Solve challenges with high-heat applications that thermal conductive pads can’t handle.

appli-tec-urethane-adhesive Urethanes Absorb Stress of Thermocycling
May 13, 2016

Learn how urethane adhesives help mitigate the stresses of aerospace applications.

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