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Bostik expands Born2Bond engineering adhesives with anaerobic range

Maryam Farag   

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Bostik launched a range of anaerobic adhesives to its Born2Bond range, designed for bonding in the MRO manufacturing sector.

The range provides MRO engineers with more reliable alternatives to commonly used mechanical fastening solutions such as washers, gaskets, pins, hemps and tapes.

An extension of its proven Born2Bond portfolio that includes instant adhesives, light cure adhesives, high-performance HM-PUR adhesives, UV-CIPG gasketing, and more – the new anaerobic range has been designed specifically to address challenges engineers face with increasingly demanding environmental and safety regulations, smaller and more complex designs, and more adaptable and faster processes.

The range is designed for ‘by-the-dot’, metal-to-metal bonding and includes products designed to provide heat-resistance (up to 230 °C, depending on product and category). They offer single-component, non-solvent-based and multiple-strength/viscosity alternatives to threadlocking, pipe sealing, gasketing and retaining (bonding solutions for cylindrical assemblies that are highly resistant to dynamic loads).




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