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7/21/2016

CAMX 2016 preview: Permabond

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Permabond Engineering Adhesives Ltd. (Somerset, NJ, US) is featuring its expanded composite bonding adhesive line.

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Permabond Engineering Adhesives Ltd. (Somerset, NJ, US) is featuring its expanded composite bonding adhesive line. The line includes single-component epoxies, two-component epoxies, two-component modified epoxies, surface-activated acrylics and methyl methacrylates. Benefits of this technology set include flexible and rigid products with high peel strength and impact resistance; variety of cure speeds, from seconds to hours; variety of cure methods to suit production needs; environmental durability; ultimate strength performance and fatigue resistance; color-matched products available for carbon fiber and glass fiber composites.

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