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What is the Best Super Glue for Bonding Rubber and Thermoplastic Elastomers?

Posted by Aron Alpha Team on Nov 22, 2022 12:44:36 AM

Selecting the proper adhesive for a rubber bonding application demands a consideration of the processing and performance characteristics of the adhesive as well as the substrate material you will be bonding together. Depending on the application , you may need to adhere rubber to different substrates ranging from plastic to metal which might be flexible to hard, or even other rubber materials — each one presenting unique adhesion challenges.

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Topics: Cyanoacrylate, instant adhesives, Cyanoacrylate Accelerators

Super Glue Accelerators: Key Considerations & How to Apply Them

Posted by Aron Alpha Team on Oct 15, 2021 11:12:33 AM

Super glue accelerators are an effective tool for making super glue applications more convenient and simpler with predictable and repeatable performance results. The primary function of an accelerator (also referred to as cyanoacrylate setters, kicker, boost, blast) is to facilitate extremely fast setting (curing) and bond times, however, it can be utilized to “build” or “mound” a surface to fill gaps and create a “fillet”, improve bonding on porous surfaces like wood, ceramic or foam rubber and used to help mitigate blooming or frosting on your finished assembled item.

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Topics: Cyanoacrylate, instant adhesives, Cyanoacrylate Accelerators

What You Need to Know About Cyanoacrylate Glue Accelerators & Primers

Posted by Aron Alpha Team on Apr 30, 2020 12:24:37 PM

Cyanoacrylates—also known as CA glue, ethyl cyanoacrylates, super glues, instant adhesives, or Krazy Glues—are adhesives made from cyanoacrylate esters (most commonly ethyl). These adhesives are primarily characterized by their fast cure time when moisture is present. Once solidified, they form strong and rigid bonds between two substrates pressed firmly together.

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Topics: Cyanoacrylate, Adhesives, Cyanoacrylate Accelerators, Cyanoacrylate Primers