Click Bond Inc.

Pioneer of aerospace adhesively bonded, mechanical fastening systems. Products include rivetless nutplates; studs, standoffs, brackets, and mounts; sleeves for hole repair and protection; and all-composite threaded fasteners.

2151 Lockheed Way
Carson City, NV 89706 US


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Tech Table: Adhesives
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Reinforced engineered polymer selected for cargo door fastener
On a major new commercial aircraft program, self-fixturing nut-plates provided by Click Bond (Carson City, Nev.) eliminate the need for special tools, clamps and drills, expediting the process of installing attachment bracket hardware.

SAMPE 2011 Long Beach Product Showcase
Huge show, huge new product offerings … huge success.

Product Categories of Click Bond Inc.

  • Adhesives
    • Acrylic
      • Acrylic, Paste
    • Bismaleimide
      • Bismaleimide, Paste
    • Epoxy
      • Epoxy, Film
      • Epoxy, Paste
    • Silicone
      • Silicone, Paste
    • Urethane
      • Urethane, Paste
    • Other
      • Other, Paste
Auxiliary processing equipment, repair equipment, and supplies
  • Auxiliary processing equipment
    • Adhesive applicators
  • Supplies
    • Fasteners
      • Fasteners, aluminum
      • Fasteners, composite
      • Fasteners, for honeycomb
      • Fasteners, stainless steel
      • Fasteners, titanium
      • Fasteners, other
Fabricating services
  • Thermoplastic materials
    • Adhesive bonding
    • Compression molding
    • Cutting, finishing, and machining
    • Metal bonding
    • Moldmaking and patternmaking
    • Prototyping
    • Pultrusion
    • Surface treatment
  • Thermoset materials
    • Adhesive bonding
    • Compression molding
    • Cutting, finishing, and machining
    • Hand layup
    • Metal bonding
    • Moldmaking and patternmaking
    • Pultrusion
    • Surface treatment
Design, testing, consulting, other services
  • Consulting
    • Consulting, materials
    • Consulting, process development