Marine adhesives are a critical component in the construction and maintenance of ships, boats, and other marine structures. Specially designed to withstand harsh aquatic environments like saltwater, UV light, and extreme temperatures, they provide exceptional bonding, gap-filling, and sealing properties to a variety of substrates. As such, selecting the right marine adhesive is crucial for ensuring the safety and longevity of any marine-related building or repairing project. In this blog, we will explore the different types of marine adhesives on the market, their characteristics, and their applications.
From our kitchenware to our vehicles, plastic products have permeated every aspect of our lives and are integral to our day-to-day activities. There are two plastics that come up again and again as being extremely difficult to bond to. Polypropylene (PP) and Polyethylene (PE) are the two "problem children" in adhesive bonding applications everywhere.
What is Cyanoacrylate Glue? Cyanoacrylate glue is the industrial name for what is commonly known as “Crazy Glue” or “Super Glue”. In fact, the ter...
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From epoxy to thread lockers, and everything in between, choosing the correct adhesive for your project comes down to the application it will be used for and the environment in which it will be applied. To get the best results, ask yourself the following questions before selecting your adhesive: