Ellsworth Adhesives distributes LORD 406 acrylic adhesive. Bonds prepared or unprepared metals and engineered plastics. Formulated to provide high impact and peel strength. Replaces welding, riveting and mechanical fastening methods. Read more...More Product Announcements from Ellsworth Adhesives
LORD® 406 acrylic adhesive in combination with LORD Accelerator 19 or 19GB can be used to replace welding, brazing, riveting and other mechanical fastening methods. This adhesive system performs particularly well in low-temperature environments and applications that are subject to high impact or high peel loads. Read more...More Product Announcements from Ellsworth Adhesives
To solve the problem of Bond Line Read Through, Ellsworth Adhesives recommends 810/20, a low read-through adhesive from LORD® Adhesives. Read more...More Product Announcements from Ellsworth Adhesives
Trust the Strength and Reliability of the original threadlocker. The original threadlocker is designed to lock and stay locked.
Meet the Next Generation of Loctite threadlocker. Loctite 243 and 263 is designed to provide:
- High temperature resistance
- Oil tolerant curing on as-received fasteners without cleaning
- Primerless performance on both in...
Loctatie 4902 & 4903 is an instant adhesive that can FLEX with your products. Loctite 4902 clear flexible cyanoacrylate adhesive is compatible with many substrates with a 24 hr cure time. It provides a 10 to 30 sec fixture time. Loctite 4902 elivers great performance with a shear strength of 1745 psi and tensile strengh of 2085 psi. Minimum to maximum operation temperatures are -65... Read more...More Product Announcements from R. S. Hughes Company, Inc.
New World Record Holder- 3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Instant Adhesive was recently
responsible for a Guinness World Records-setting feat, lifting an 8.1
metric ton (17,857 pound, 2990 PSI) forklift in the air for one hour.
This amazingly successful demonstration set a new world record for the
heaviest weight lifted with glue. The vehicle was suspended from a cran... Read more...