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Brochure details range of adhesives

06 August 2007

Chemique Adhesives and Sealants Ltd, developers of solvent-free polyurethane adhesives, have just published their new informative Solfre2 brochure, the innovative range of solvent-free, two-component polyurethane adhesives for a wide range of manufacturing methods.

Available for use in a whole range of applications, the environmentally friendly Solfre2 has a two-part performance for extra bond strength and is most widely used for: insulation panels in buildings and vehicles, cladding, and architectural panels and textile and foam laminates.

The Solfre2 range of panel adhesives can be grouped into three groups of application: Roller, Bead and Spray. Each of these adhesive groups has the flexibility of various different open times ensuring Solfre2 is suitable for a wide range of applications, typical substrates being: foam, timber, metals and plastic.

“Solfre2 is an integral component in ensuring that the correct performance criteria for panels is achieved,” said John Bellerby, Chemique technical manager. “The new look brochure clearly details all the key information on our Solfre2 range, explaining in detail the strength, reliability and innovation of our adhesive.”

Dedicated to the ongoing development of innovative adhesive systems and application equipment, Chemique has up to 20 different tests which can be done to measure the quality of the panels helping to develop more superior adhesives, remain at the forefront of adhesive technology and ensure customer satisfaction.

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