Bonding EPM/EPDM to PUR low degree of crosslinking

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PUR (lower degree of cross-linking)

Polyurethanes (PU) can have both thermoset, thermoplastic or elastomeric properties. This depends on the degree of crosslinking of the monomers. In general, polyurethanes are formed by polyaddition of polyols with di- or poly-isocyanate to form the urethane group typical of polyurethanes. Diols and di-isocyanates lead to linear polyurethanes. The more functional groups the monomers contain, the more crosslinked is the resulting plastic. © 2021 SUBSTRATEC. All Rights Reserved.

EPM/EPDM

Ethylene propylene (diene) rubber


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Adhesive Bonding Technology

High performance HMPUR with high initial bonding strength and excellent environmental resistance.

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COSMO HD-100.600
Adhesive Bonding Technology

MS sealant for adhesive and sealing applications in various industries with excellent adhesion to EPDM.

RAKU® PUR 49-3000
Adhesive Bonding Technology

RAKU® PUR 49-3000 A with RAKU® PUR 49-2030 B is a solvent-free, two-component reaction adhesive that cures at room temperature. The cured adhesive is weather-resistant and is characterized by a high resistance to media and chemicals.

Born2Bond™ HMPUR HHD 6009
Adhesive Bonding Technology

High performance HMPUR with excellent fluidity and high bonding on metal and glass.

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