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Silicones - chemically more precisely known as poly(organo)siloxanes or siloxane - are synthetic polymers whose silicon atoms are connected via oxygen atoms (Si-O-Si). They occupy an intermediate position between organic and inorganic compounds. At present well over 10,000 different types of silicone are known. Silicone rubbers are differentiated according to the temperature required for cross-linking. BR (butadiene rubber) is the second most important synthetic rubber. It improves the properties of natural rubber.
NBR (acrylonitrile-butadiene rubber) has a high resistance to oils, fats and hydrocarbons as well as a high abrasion, tensile and tear resistance. NBR hardly charges itself electrostatically and therefore no sparking is to be feared, which is why the material is often used for tank and petrol hoses. NBR is classified as physiologically harmless and is therefore also used in drinking water and beverage production. Cleaning and degreasing the plastic surface of loosely adhering dust, oil, grease and separating and processing agents with water or solvents - this does not change the structure of the surface. Cleaning can be carried out by immersion or spraying. Degreasing is done with organic solvents or by pre-drying in the oven.The Plastic Padding Super Steel comes in two tubes. When the contents of the tubes are thoroughly mixed, the curing process begins and you have a short period to place and use the mixture. The mixture hardens and soon cures to be as strong as steel. Features & Benefits: EPDM (ethylene propylene diene rubber) is used for sealing profiles. In contrast to NBR, EPDM has very good electrical insulation properties, excellent resistance to ozone and sunlight, and outstanding resistance to ageing.
time. 8. CLEAN-UP: Attach nozzle cap and store in molded tray. NOTE: Adhesive will not bond most polyethylene Plastic components are often fixed with the aid of adhesives to prevent them from slipping during further process handling. Acrylate-based adhesives in particular usually adhere very well to many plastics. They have a strengthening and supporting effect for load transfer and stress reduction. Acrylic adhesives, which are also used for permanent bonding, are characterised by short processing times and high strength to many plastics and elastomers. These adhesives achieve, for example, as 2-component adhesives on low-energy plastics such as PC, PMMA, PVC etc., good shear and peel strengths as well as good impact strength under dynamic loads. From the 3M Scotch-Weld series, even acrylic adhesives have been developed in the meantime, which provide good results on difficult to bond plastics with low surface energy without any surface preparation or primer.Acrylic foam tapes, whose adaptable acrylic foam absorbs tension, dampen vibrations and compensate for different, material-dependent temperature expansions. These are suitable for metal/plastic bonding and are used in automotive applications, for example, for bonding decorative and side protection strips, plastic cladding, reflectors and mirror glass. PA (polyamides) are high-strength and impact resistant. They have a high abrasion and wear resistance. Excellent sliding properties make them a preferred construction material in mechanical engineering or vehicle construction for slide bearings, gear wheels, dowels, screws and nuts or housings. Polyamides are insensitive to fuels and lubricants at temperatures up to 150 °C. A large proportion of polyamides are spun as synthetic fibres. The fibres have a high tensile strength and are used for textiles, climbing ropes, parachutes and hawsers, among other things.
CR (chloroprene rubber) is a synthetic rubber which is used, among other things, in vehicle construction and for heat-insulating sportswear. Hoses, cable sheathings, seals and drive belts based on chloroprene rubber are often used in the automotive industry due to their favourable combinations of properties. Dissolved in organic solvents, polychloroprene, like the polymer dispersion itself, is also suitable for various adhesives due to its good resistance. The worldwide consumption of chloroprene rubber including adhesives is estimated at over 300,000 tonnes per year.The transparent plastic SAN from the group of styrene-based plastics is often used as a material for greenhouse or industrial glazing as well as shower cabins because of its weather resistance, rigidity and scratch resistance. Depending on the requirements, a wide range of high-performance adhesives is suitable for material bonding. Further information. POM - Polyoxymethylene is one of the most frequently used engineering plastics due to its excellent sliding and wear behaviour. With its outstanding mechanical properties, POM bridges the gap to the more expensive metallic materials, often replaces them and is therefore one of the preferred construction materials, e.g. for precision mechanical parts. Normally, bonding is only possible after surface pre-treatment by flame treatment, etching with primer, corona or low-pressure plasma. Modern, high-performance adhesives, however, can do without this. Further information. The term sponge rubber is mainly used to describe open-cell and elastic foams that have a closed, leak-proof outer skin. These are expanded by adding blowing gases made of natural rubber, chloroprene, acrylonitrile-butadiene rubber or similar synthetic rubbers and are classified as porous rubbers. During vulcanisation, the blowing agent inflates the compound and gives the thermoplastic elastomer permanent elasticity. Sponge rubber is generally considered to have poor to hardly any adhesion. Depending on the second material, only individual, special adhesives are available that enable usable bonding. Adhesions of sponge rubber to certain plastics such as polyolefins (polyethylene, polypropylene) or rubber are particularly critical. Further information.