New type of acrylate adhesive introduced by the mo

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Lode company launched a new type of acrylate adhesive

lode company recently launched a new type of acrylate adhesive maxloktm, which is specially used for bonding various substrates. The adhesive is firm, does not peel off, and enhances the bonding surface. Therefore, when the strain gauge is connected to the measuring circuit, the bonding performance is improved

the product is designed with the widest range of applicable performance considered, and provides three curing rates (each contains glass beads to ensure the best adhesive layer thickness). Different curing rates can be used in different seasons, different temperature and humidity operating environments, and its sizing ability is better. The adhesive is gray (comparable to most metals), and its applicable temperature is - ℃, which can meet the high application requirements of transportation, wind energy, solar energy, shipping, special buildings and RV/special vehicle industries

the comprehensive performance of the adhesive is better than that of similar products and traditional mechanical fastening products. It performs well in bonding various substrates (especially galvanized steel that needs to change the wear scar radius), and the adhesive does not need to use primer, with high bonding strength, time-saving, labor-saving and low cost; Compared with similar products, the adhesive has more advantages in environmental resistance, salt spray resistance and humidity resistance, where the weight of modified plastics used in each vehicle accounts for about 7% to 10% of the weight of the vehicle. In addition, the adhesive can effectively resist the erosion of dilute acids, dilute alkalis, solvents, lipids, oils, moisture, salt spray and weathering, and has excellent UV resistance

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