Adhesives

Some articles on adhesives, adhesive:

Sealant
... The main difference between adhesives and sealants is that sealants typically have lower strength and higher elongation than do adhesives ... Many adhesive technologies can be formulated into sealants ... Sealants fall between higher-strength adhesives at one end and extremely low-strength putties and caulks at the other ...
Lord Corporation - Technologies
... Automotive Aftermarket Adhesives LORD Fusor Automotive Aftermarket Adhesives are used to return vehicles to pre-accident condition ... These adhesives are formulated to repair all types of automotive substrates ... The LORD Fusor line includes adhesives for bonding, metals and plastics, seam sealers and acoustical foams ...
Self-adhesive Tape - Adhesives
... There are rubber adhesives of natural or synthetic nature ... Rubber adhesives retain their adhesive properties at extremely low temperatures down to -700C, which ensures their successful use in winter conditions and different climatic zones ... Rubber adhesives are successfully used indoors, but they are not resistant to ultraviolet radiation, thus limiting their use outside the premises ...
Anabond
... It manufactures engineering adhesives and sealants which are used in automobile and engineering product manufacturing, electrical and electronic ... first company in India to manufacture anaerobic adhesives and sealants ... in different areas such as anaerobic adhesives, epoxies, silicone sealants, and rubber-based adhesives ...
Aero Research Limited
... Aero Research Limited (ARL) was a British company that pioneered several new adhesives, intended initially for the aeronautical industry ... by work on synthetic urea-formaldehyde adhesives and led to the Aerolite range of wood glues, used on the Horsa glider and the de Havilland Mosquito fast bomber and later, fighter ... ARL was responsible for developing a number of aeronautical-related adhesives, including Aerolite 306, Aerodux 500, Redux - a metal-to-wood, metal-to-metal ...