The excellent performance and versatility of Permabond’s cyanoacrylate adhesives have eliminated many of the limitations of product design and production. Permabond manufactures a full spectrum of cyanoacrylates. Their chemists have perfected this line to perform superbly with historically resistant materials including many plastics such as polyolefin and PTFE, as well as dissimilar metals. Permabond’s high performance cyanoacrylate formulations provide a wide variety of viscosity choices as well as non-blooming and low odor formulations, rapid cure formulas and high temperature resistant products.
How Do Cyanoacrylates Adhesives Work?
Permabond’s cyanoacrylates (one-part adhesives) have been designed to cure by reacting to small traces of surface moisture. Because not all applications require the adhesive between two surfaces, Permabond developed an activator for use when the cyanoacrylate is left exposed. Simply spray the activator on the exposed adhesive. Cyanoacrylates cure very quickly at room temperature, eliminating the need for costly ovens or curing equipment. Gap fill ranges for cyanoacrylates are 0.006 inches to 0.020 inches (0.015 centimeters to 0.051 centimeters). Temperature resistance ranges from -76 degrees to 500 degrees Fahrenheit or -60 degrees to +260 degrees Centigrade. Permabond cyanoacrylates are ideal for bonding, wire tacking and tamper proofing. Our research and development team continually pushes the limits of cyanoacrylate technology.