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  • Determination of the Kinetics of Curing of Cyanoacrylate-based Adhesives with Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy
    This application note discusses the use of FTIR to monitor the curing kinetics of cyanoacrylate adhesives.
  • Promoter for Increased Bonding of PET and Polyimide with Cyanoacrylate Adhesive System (.pdf)
    Creating efficient bonding between two materials is a key requirement in many advanced industrial applications, for example between incompatible materials in a laminate or composite or between a polymer and a curable lacquer on a display screen. The ONTO (R) technology provides a range of effective
  • Medical Device Link .
    of the common types of cyanoacrylates and the key developments in cyanoacrylate technology that have led to performance enhancements for these products, and descriptions of the critical adhesive process and performance properties of interest to end-users. Finally, the introduction of rubber-toughened
  • Medical Device Link .
    Device & Diagnostic Industry Magazine MDDI Article Index An MD &DI September 1999 Column INSIDE MD &DI Cyanoacrylate Technology Takes Hold in Device Assembly Gregg Nighswonger Use of cyanoacrylates for high-speed medical device assembly has become a widely accepted practice because of the adhesive's rapid cure
  • Medical Device Link .
    Light-Cure Cyanoacrylates Optimize Device Assembly Rapid cure rates and shadow curing capabilities are among the reasons that device manufacturers are bonding with UVCAs. Introduced in 1999, ultraviolet-light-cure cyanoacrylate (UVCA) adhesives were initially developed to bond needle assemblies
  • Medical Device Link .
    introduced that significantly enhanced the adhesion of cyanoacrylates to polyolefins. These primers change the surface condition of the plastic and thereby create suitable bond areas for the cyanoacrylate. The effect of a polyolefin primer when used with a cyanoacrylate on PP should
  • Medical Device Link . Advances in Adhesives and Pressure-Sensitive Components
    in the medical device industry. "Unlike ethyl or methyl cyanoacrylates, our product is an alkoxyalkyl cyanoacrylate," notes Gibbons, "which will not stress plastic parts." The adhesive bonds a variety of substrates including steel, brass, plaster, stone, and aluminium as well as a range of plastics from
  • Finding just the right adhesive
    Cyanoacrylates, light-curing acrylics, and a new hybrid, adhesive give engineers a range of fastening options. Light-curing cyanoacrylate adhesives cure to depths greater than 0.25 in. with exposure to low intensity light. This far exceeds the limit of 0.01 in for traditional cyanoacrylates