Rubber-based automotive adhesive

Bostik Findley Inc.'s (Middleton, Mass., U.S.A.) High Performance Polymers (HPP) Division has developed Bostik 1920, a new solvent-based, one-part, moisture-curing rubber-based adhesive suitable for vacuum forming, pressure bonding or (used as a contact adhesive) laminating flexible and rigid substrates in automotive

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Bostik Findley Inc.'s (Middleton, Mass., U.S.A.) High Performance Polymers (HPP) Division has developed Bostik 1920, a new solvent-based, one-part, moisture-curing rubber-based adhesive suitable for vacuum forming, pressure bonding or (used as a contact adhesive) laminating flexible and rigid substrates in automotive interior assemblies. Recommended for bilaminate bonding of door panels and construction of instrument panels, pillars and bolsters, the sprayable product is formulated to adhere firmly to difficult-to-bond low-surface-energy substrates without the need for surface treatment or the use of primers. Unlike two-part systems, it requires no mixing or metering of amine or isocyanate curing agents. Rather, it features a curing mechanism that reacts to ambient moisture and allows for higher heat resistance as well as eliminating pot life limitations.