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Epoxy Definition
Epoxy - Available in two-part or one-part, both room temperature and heat curable formulations, epoxy adhesives provide high strength bonds on a wide variety of substrates. The bond can often t
Polyurethane Definition
Polyurethane - One or two-part urethane adhesives provide superior bonds with minimal surface preparation for today's high performance thermo sets and thermoplastics. They provide excellent fle
Air Hose Connector Types for Cartridge Applicator Guns
Airline hose connectors for cartridge applicator guns
Airline Hoses for Pneumatic Cartridge Guns
The Negative Effects of Reusing Syringes and Accessories
The Negative Effects of Reusing Syringes and Accessories Every component in the Timed and Pressure dispensing system plays an important role in controlling the accuracy and repeatability
General advice for handling Cyanoacrylates in bottles
Cyanoacrylate adhesive, more popularly known as super glue, or “CA” glue, is the most often used adhesive in a assembly processes. It helps to have super glue as an adhesive among other glues for
Basic TS250/ TS255 bench dispensers manual applications
The TS250/ TS255 basic dispensers provide tremendous application solutions beyond the traditional industries for dispensing (such as automotive, electronics, computer, medical device makers, etc). Th
General advice for handling Cyanoacrylates adhesives
Cyanoacrylates are used in ... Ammunitions Appliances Automotive Components Batteries Consumer Products Cosmetic Containers Electronics Loudspeakers Medical Devices Writing Instruments Thousands of t
Typical Valve Application Examples
Valve Application Examples Find the right systems for your dispensing applications. 1. Bonding With Cyanoacrylate Application CA is a ve
Benchtop dispensing robots
Information guide Benchtop Robots Benchtop robots have been a useful asset and have aided the assembly process since the early 1990s. Th
Dilatent Definition
Dilatent - A liquid where viscosity (thickness) increases with shearing rate (when you stir it). Dilatent is the opposite of Thixatropic.
Accelerator Definition
Accelerator - A fluid used to speed up material curing Usually a low viscosity single part liquid. Sometimes supplied as an aerosol, in a can or in a bottle with a brush.
Acrylic Definition
Acrylic - A structural adhesive capable of bonding a broad range of substrates including most types of plastics and metals both minimally prepared and unprepared. Two-part catalyst cure or one
Anaerobic Definition
Anaerobic - A one-part adhesive/sealant that cures only in the absence of air. Designed for locking screws, nuts, bolts and/or retaining bearings, shafts, etc. A single part adhesive. Supplied
Aqueous Definition
Aqueous - Meaning water based fluid or containing water. Common glues including PVA, wood or paper glue. Easily dispensed with manual or air-powered dispensers.
Braze Paste Definition
Braze Paste - A paste or flux material. For alloys that melt above 425 deg c. Easily applied using air-powered syringe dispenser.
Conductive Epoxy Definition
Conductive Epoxy - A term used with fluids that will conduct electricity. These materials often come pre-packed in dispensing barrels or cartridges.
Cyanoacrylate Definition
Cyanoacrylate - A one-part adhesive that cures instantly on contact with mated surfaces. High strength, excellent adhesion to a wide variety of substrates. Cyanoacrylates are available in a var
Hot Melt Definition
Hot Melt - A thermoplastic material that is melted in dispensing equipment and is applied in a molten state. It then wets the substrate surface and as it cools, it solidifies forming a bond. Ve
Silicone Definition
Silicone - One-component adhesive/sealant that cures to a tough rubbery solid upon exposure to moisture in the air. Silicone has good resistance to weathering, vibration, moisture and chemicals