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Super Glue

Super Glue

Super glue is a kind of high-strength, rapid adhesive designed to attach nearly any material. Its industry name is cyanoacrylate adhesive. Super glues are frequently used with stone, metal, wood, plastic, glass, ceramic, paper, and the majority of other common materials because of their resilience to temperature and moisture.

Super glues are available in a range of specialized applicator types designed for each use, regardless of how challenging. Super Glue Ultra Liquid Control’s applicator features a proprietary side-squeeze design for more exact bonding, especially in hard-to-reach places. The Longneck Bottle has an easy-open cap with a metal pin for clog-free use and a precise tip for controlled, drip-free, drop-by-drop application.

The most common varieties of super glue are liquid or gel. In general, liquids dry more quickly than gels and are excellent for saturating cracks or fractures. For jobs needing greater precision or vertical application, such as creating models or repairing delicate cutlery, gels enable a more controlled application because they form a more flexible bond than liquids and because their increased viscosity results in less leaking.

 

Area of Usage:

 

Super Glue is a single-component, high-strength glue that has been carefully developed for rapid bonding. The majority of porous and non-porous substrates, including wood, leather, and metals, are joined by it. It is frequently utilized in businesses, residences, and other settings. Irrespective of the substance, bonds in a matter of seconds. (Not advised for Styrofoam, Polyethylene, PP, Silicone Rubber, and so on.)

 

Features & Advantages:

 

  • Single component – easy to use.
  • Instant Bonding.
  • Clear liquid.
  • Quick curing.
  • Adheres to nearly every rigid and flexible material, including rubbers, porcelain, wood, and bone china.
  • Bonds in 1-3 seconds, making it popular in a variety of industries, including the flex, footwear, and helmet industries.
  • Polyethylene, PP, Silicone Rubber, PTFE, and Styrofoam are not advised.
  • 12 months from the date of manufacture, a long shelf life.

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