ASI NI M Series Alternatives
NI M Series provides lower odor when compared to standard cyanoacrylates. Engineered to eliminate blooming/whitening on bonded surfaces giving a better cosmetic appearance. Bonds a wide range of similar and dissimilar surfaces.
Top Alternative for ASI NI M Series
#1 Alternative to ASI NI M Series
Infinity Bond Low Odor and Low Bloom Super Glue Cyanoacrylate
Cyanoacrylate Super Glue from Infinity Bond
Infinity Bond CA-LO is a one component rapid bonding adhesive. Infinity Bond CA-LO advanced formula is designed to polymerize instantly by absorbing surface moisture. The product's performance has been tested with a variety of materials, and is recommended for a multitude of applications. The fast curing qualities make it especially desirable in high speed industrial production. The Low Odor / Low Bloom formula is widely used in the Aerospace, Automotive and Electronic industries.
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These 2 products share similar properties and features. They are often used for the same applications.
|Type||Cyanoacrylate Super Glue||Cyanoacrylate Super Glue|
|Brand||Adhesive Systems, Inc.||Infinity Bond|
|Viscosity||5 - 1,000 cps||5 - 1,000 cps|
|Temp Resistance||-65F to 180F||-65F to 212F|
|Size||1 oz bottle|
2 oz bottle
1 lb bottle
4.4 lb bottle
|1 oz bottle
1 lb bottle
These values are approximate. Manufacturers often use different parameters for determining adhesive properties. Refer to manufacturer data sheets for detailed specifications. If you have questions, don't hesitate to contact us.
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