Metal Bonding Adhesives
Chembar offers a superb selection of metal bonding adhesives from Lord®, leading manufacturer of metal bonding solutions, offering acrylic, epoxy and urethane based adhesives. Our metal bonding adhesives meet demanding specifications and solve difficult problems in automotive application, as well as other metal working industries.
Our metal boding adhesives suited to replace or reduce the need for welds, riveting or fasteners in a broad range of assemblies including automotive, equipment, furniture, appliances, structural elements, spas, and more. Some of the key advantages provided by our metal bonding adhesives provide include:
- Ability to withstand high temperatures
- Excellent chemical resistance
- Ability to withstand pre-treating and finish processes
- Long term corrosion resistance
- Strong bond with high impact and peel resistance
- Quick fixture time for handling strength
- Even stress distribution over bond area
- Resistance against flexing and vibrational stress
Metal bonding adhesives improve the finished look and quality of assembled components and cause virtually no change in weight or dimension of finished assembly. When applied inside the joint, metal bond adhesives are nearly invisible within the assembly. Irregularly shaped surfaces are more easily joined with adhesives compare to mechanical or thermal fastening.
Use of metal bonding adhesives can also improve process efficiency. Since metal adhesives are in liquid form before they cure, application and assembly processes can be easily automated. Bonding requires less skilled labor and is potently much faster than welding. Metal adhesives do not distort metals or require reworking of the metal after application, as opposed to the grinding and abrading required to create a smooth welded finish.
Whether you have a metal bonding application in construction, electronics, automotive, or other industry, Chembar’s line-up of quality metal bonding adhesives has your needs covered. Our metal adhesives can replace mechanical fastening and are well suited for bonding unprepared metals.
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