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2/17/2016

Intertronics methyl methacrylate adhesives

Originally titled 'Methyl methacrylate adhesives'
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Intertronics (Kidlington, Oxfordshire, UK) has introduced the adhere series of two-component methyl methacrylate adhesives, which is said to offer primerless, superior-strength bonds on most thermoplastics, composites and metals, with room-temperature cure times of 9-15 minutes.

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Intertronics (Kidlington, Oxfordshire, UK) has introduced the adhere series of two-component methyl methacrylate adhesives, which is said to offer primerless, superior-strength bonds on most thermoplastics, composites and metals, with room-temperature cure times of 9-15 minutes. These adhesives are reportedly resistant to weathering, salt spray and QUV radiation, particularly in automotive applications. Intertronics also reports that its IRSL&L A-K083 and A-K085 high-performance adhesives are now available to the wider manufacturing arena, with this series available in clear and black. They have a 1:1 mix ratio and can be used on most thermoplastics, composite substrates and metals, including ABS, fiberglass, sheet molding compound (SMC), carbon steel, stainless steel, electrogalvanized steel, hot-dip galvanised steel and aluminum. They are non-flammable, low odor and offer low shrinkage. 

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