High Performance Methyl Methacrylate Adhesives from Intertronics


Reading time ( words)

The new adhere series of two-component methyl methacrylate adhesives offers primerless, superior-strength bonds on most metals, thermoplastics and composites with fast room temperature cure times in the order of 9-15 minutes. This speed of cure is of great benefit in short cycle time production schedules where these high strength, lightweight adhesives produce durable, high impact structural bonds for a wide range of manufactured products. They are resistant to weathering, salt spray and QUV radiation, as befits their development in the automobile industry where they are used worldwide in the production of plastics assemblies.

The benefits of IRSL&L A-K083 and A-K085 high performance adhesives are now available to the wider manufacturing arena through Intertronics, with this series available in clear and black. They are convenient and easy to use (with a mix ratio of 1:1) on most metals, thermoplastics and composite substrates, including carbon steel, stainless steel, electrogalvanized steel, hot dip galvanised steel, Aluminium, ABS, fibreglass and sheet moulded composite. In addition, they are non-flammable and low odour with low shrinkage.  

Share

Print


Suggested Items

Solder in PCBA: Can’t Live Without It... or Can We?

02/17/2020 | Joe Fjelstad, Verdant Electronics
For most of its historical use in electronics, the solder alloy of choice was tin-lead, either an Sn60/Pb40 alloy or the Sn63/ Pb37 eutectic version of the tin-lead alloy. These two alloys were the workhorses of the industry. They were both well understood in terms of their processing and reliability—that is, until the advent of lead-free, a well-meaning but ill-conceived and poorly executed conversion, forced on the industry by the European Union in 2006.

Supply Chain Update and the Impact of 5G

12/04/2019 | Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
I caught up with Stephanie Martin, senior VP of global supply at Vexos, to talk about the current landscape of the industry from an EMS perspective. Stephanie describes an ongoing technology shift occurring with the industry’s move to smaller case sizes and why it’s in the customer’s best interest to look at the design cycle and go as small as they can on components.

SMTAI 2019: Juan Arango Discusses Koh Young America's New Headquarters

10/08/2019 | Real Time with...SMTAI
Andy Shaughnessy speaks with Juan Arango, managing director of Koh Young America, about their new corporate headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, which is located near most of their U.S. customer base.



Copyright © 2020 I-Connect007. All rights reserved.