Contact Adhesives consist of resins, polymers and organic solvents. Once applied to the surface to be bonded, the solvent evaporates, leaving the resin and polymer to cure and form a strong, permanent bond. Contact adhesives have found applications in many industries because of their capacity to permanently bond a variety of materials like metal, wood, plastic, fabric, paper, leather and many others.
The solvent-based contact adhesives in our range are designed for foams, upholstery fabrics, natural and faux leather, rubber, felt and veneers applied to natural wood or engineered wood boards (MDF, plywood, chipboard) and other plasticiser-free upholstery materials, HPL/CPL laminate on chipboard or MDF, leather, fabrics, rubber, felt, selected types of floor coverings, cork, cardboard, fibreboard – bonded to one another or to rigid PVC, metals, wood and concrete, natural and faux leather, Tunisian leather, styrogum and leather, as well as for the manual bonding of shoe uppers to soles made from insole boards, shoe board, recycled leather, covering materials, linings and fillings in the leather industry for the production of suitcases, handbags, wallets, belts, and more. Contact adhesives feature good performance on large surfaces, as the solvents they contain facilitate even distribution of the adhesive and the formation of precise joints. Depending on the type of resin or polymer used in the formulation,
Solvent-based Adhesives can be flexible and absorb vibrations or movements at the interface of bonded materials. Once set, solvent-based adhesives form permanent bonds that are resistant to chemicals, moisture, heat, other atmospheric factors, and more.
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