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Cyanoacrylate has high impact, humidity and temperature resistance plus more flexible bond

22 June 2011

Intertronics' new adhere ADH9105 cyanoacrylate has higher impact, humidity and temperature resistance with a more flexible bond than mainstream cyanoacrylates, making it the adhesive of choice where gap filling and resistance to vibration, thermal shock or motion compliance are required. The high viscosity black rubber toughened formulation can tolerate temperatures up to 105°C (125°C intermittently) and is suitable for bonding metals, plastics and rubbers.

This tough peel and cleavage resistant one-part adhesive features room temperature cure in seconds (without an external energy source) and at 3500-5000 cps viscosity will not droop, run or sag before cure is completed. Dispensing is readily achieved in small quantities via standard squeeze bottles and in larger quantities, e.g. for flow line production, by pressure pot, manual, semi-automatic or fully automated equipment available under the “adhere” brand.


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