Bonding PS to NBR
These days bonding processes are becoming ever more complex and the projects ever more challenging. Substratec Ltd supports your business in finding suitable adhesive bonding methods, corresponding surface technologies and relevant application systems, both on- and offline:
Polystyrene (PS) is usually obtained by chain polymerization of styrene. It is an aromatic polymer and belongs to the group of thermoplastics. The tacticity describes the position of the phenyl group in the polymer. The position can be random, alternating or even. Depending on which case PS is divided into atactic, syndiotactic and isotactic PS. This determines whether the plastic is amorphous or semi-crystalline. PS is often used for disposable plastics, CD cases etc. © 2021 SUBSTRATEC. All Rights Reserved.
Acrylonitrile-butadiene rubber or nitrile rubber is a material of the monomers acrylonitrile and 1,3-butadiene which belongs to the group of synthetic rubbers. Nitrile rubber vulcanization products are highly resistant to oils, fuel and aliphatic hydrocarbons. The proportion of acrylonitrile can vary greatly and thus affect properties such as cold flexibility or swelling resistance. It is often used in disposable lab or cleaning gloves. © 2021 SUBSTRATEC. All Rights Reserved.
Bonds immediately, is the new generation of the mounting adhesive, is not shrinking, is very well suited for natural stones, hardens quickly.
Low odor, permanently elastic, wet on wet applicable, good resistance to oils, fats, water, aliphatic solvents etc.
Only a few drops of this super-fast instant glue suffice for most applications in order to achieve powerful assemblies. The practical PE-bottles make possible a dot-like accurate application of the adhesive onto the parts to be bonded.
1-part room-temperature curing, highly flexible polyurethane-adhesive with excellent electrical conductivity. It is used in micro electronics, hybrid and electronic applications.