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8/30/2016

CAMX 2016 preview: Adhesive Systems Inc.

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Adhesive Systems Inc. (Frankfort, Illinois) is featuring its MP55000 Series methacrylate adhesive, engineered specifically for bonding nearly all thermoplastics, metal substrates and composite materials.

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Adhesive Systems Inc. (Frankfort, Illinois) is featuring its MP55000 Series methacrylate adhesive, engineered specifically for bonding nearly all thermoplastics, metal substrates and composite materials. The acrylic adhesives are said to provide excellent performance in a range of applications in the transportation, industrial, construction and marine market sectors. Methacrylate adhesives’ attributes include the elimination of pre-drilling, good thermo-cycling, high peel strength and good shear strength. They are chemical resistant, impact resistant and have a full range of working and cure times. Operating temperatures range from -40°F to 350°F. 

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