Acrylic Adhesive

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Acrylic adhesive is a fast-bonding, highly resistant epoxy made by polymerizing acrylic or methacrylic acids through a reaction with a catalyst. They require no mixing and are in a 2-component form, which means the acrylic is applied to one surface and the catalyst, hardener or accelerator is coated to the opposite surface. When those surfaces are pushed together, the two adhesive components bond together and form a water tight seal. Read Moreā€¦

Acrylic Adhesive Acrylic adhesive is a fast-bonding, highly resistant epoxy made by polymerizing acrylic or methacrylic acids through a reaction with a catalyst. They require no mixing and are in a 2-component form, which means the acrylic is applied to one surface and the catalyst, hardener or accelerator is coated to the opposite surface. When those surfaces are pushed together, the two adhesive components bond together and form a water tight seal.

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Hackensack, NJ  |  201-343-8983

Master Bond formulates high quality adhesive systems to help engineers meet specific requirements for their bonding, sealing, coating and encapsulation applications. The product line consists of epoxies, silicones, UV curable and LED curable systems that feature outstanding performance properties.

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Master Bond, Inc. $$$

Cranston, RI  |  800-376-9437

Epoxies, Etc., an ISO 9001:2008 registered company, was founded in 1987 as a formulator of specialty epoxy, urethane and silicone systems. As an industry leader, our adhesives, coatings and potting and encapsulating compounds are widely utilized in the most demanding aerospace, electronic, industrial, and decorative applications.

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Epoxies, Etc. $$$

Miami, FL  |  800-888-2467

Acrylic Adhesives are our specialty! For over thirty five years we have been manufacturing top of the line adhesives to offer to a global market. We have made it our personal mission to ensure that our customers are receiving products that will stand up to the tests of time and the rigorous applications of the everyday. Visit our website today or get in touch with us via telephone or email to learn more!

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EPO-GRIP $$$

Frankfort, IL  |  800-552-0299

Founded in 1989, Adhesive Systems provides a wide selection of high performance adhesives to service medical, electronic, industrial, furniture, military and filtration applications. Our products include instant adhesives, anaerobic adhesives, structural adhesives (epoxy/methacrylate), UV adhesives, adhesive dispensers and more.

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Adhesive Systems, Inc. $$$

Bayonne, NJ  |  201-437-6500

Since 1960, Dunbar Sales has been providing government specified adhesives, paints, coatings, sealants and lubricants. From large to small quantities you can find heat and water resistant adhesives, natural or synthetic adhesives, binding adhesives, epoxies and over 500 more products to choose from.

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Dunbar Sales Co., Inc. $$$
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The double component acrylic adhesive will bond to almost any material, including wood, plastic, most metals, ceramic, rubber, glass and even oily surfaces. The bonding happens fast at room temperature and is highly resistant to chemicals, environmental conditions and moisture. Acrylic is an adhesive often used in the construction industry to bond two surfaces together much like epoxy is most often employed by engineers. They are also used in medical applications to bond implants to bone.

When coated on foam or paper, acrylic adhesives replace fasteners in appliance, automotive, sign and graphics applications. They also provide sound and vibration dampening and adhere decorative film and over-lamination to surfaces. Some food grade acrylic adhesives are used in food processing to seal packaging. Adhesive made from acrylic have different viscosities, meaning different resistances to flow. Those that are liquid form come in spray bottles, while the thicker adhesives are contained in tubes.

The curing process, which is what initiates the adhesive harden, is prepared by an adhesive manufacturer. The process is dependent upon the room temperature. Curing refers to the length of time required to fully set a bond between the adhesive and surface material. The lower the temperature, the longer the curing time will take. If the temperature is too low, acrylic adhesives tend to get brittle, although they will still last for many years.

They always exhibit good peel and shear strengths as well as shock and impact resistance. Acrylic also withstands thermal movement and maintains its bond when exposed to water. When used during an industrial manufacturing process, acrylic is a cost effective method of adhesion because it does not require heat in order to cure, which eliminates the need for an expensive heating system.

Unlike the easily removed pressure sensitive adhesives, acrylic adhesives are to be used only for permanent adhesion. Once it has cured, removal is difficult, time consuming and often results in a damaged surface. However, the bond is permanent and strong, and can be used in applications like cabinet building, where the bond must stay for decades.

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