...and joint compounds. Examples include: Acrylics. Animal glues and gums. Bituminous substances. Ceramic and inorganic cements. Elastomers. Epoxy resins. Natural and synthetic rubbers. Polyamides. Polyimides. Starches and starch pastes. Silicone...
...gas permeation and is capable of providing high-energy absorption (dampening) and good hot tear strength. The suggested operating temperature for butyl is -75 to 250 F. It commonly copolymers with isoprene and is used as the inner lining of tires...

Casting Resins

(208 companies)
Casting resins are pourable plastic or elastomer compounds that are used to cast parts, make molds, or form structures in place. They are mixed with a hardener, catalyst or activator and then poured into the sprue of open molds.

UV Curing Adhesives

(144 companies)
...systems, most of which are polymer-based. Choices include: Acrylic. Epoxy polybutadiene (EP). Polyester. Silicone. Styrene copolymer. Vinyl. Some UV curing adhesives contain additional modifiers such as fillers, pigments, or chopped fiber...
Specialty fibers, fabrics and textiles are based upon a unique composition, weave, or technology, and are designed for specialized applications.

Thermoset Adhesives

(171 companies)
...and applied by a trowel to easily fill gaps. Two component systems must be mixed and applied within a set time frame, ranging from a few minutes to hours. Two component epoxies are suitable for bonding nearly all substrates and feature high strength...

Foams and Foam Materials

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Acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene (ABS) is a hard, rigid, thermoplastic polymer that provides good chemical and creep resistance. Acrylics provide excellent environmental resistance and fast-setting times compared to other resin systems. Epoxy resins...
...as well as other specialized electrical and thermal applications. Fiberglass cloth is frequently used to reinforce other plastic materials. Glass fiber reinforced plastic (GRP) or glass fiber reinforced epoxy (GRE) are commonly called fiberglass...
...resistant adhesive or sealant. Single component polysulphide resins are commonly used as construction sealants. Two component epoxy-polysulphide resins provide an adhesive with greater toughness and the sacrifice of some tensile strength compared to pure...
Plastic sheet and plastic film are flat pieces of plastic formed to a precise thickness for use in specific applications. Products differ in terms of chemical systems, properties, and dimensions.
...change are also available. Materials. Chemical Systems. Chemical systems may contain: Acrylics. Elastomers. Natural or synthetic rubbers. Epoxy resins. Water-based resins. Silicone compounds. Volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Bismaleimide (BMI...
Plastic plate, rod and stock shapes include shaped plastic parts and plastic stock. They are fabricated through various processes and available in many different forms and sizes.
...resistance to high temperatures. Other types of thermoset adhesives include: Acrylics. Elastomers. Epoxy resins. Ceramic. Inorganic cements. Natural or synthetic rubbers. Silicone compounds. Fluropolymers. Phenolics. Formaldehyde resins. Common chemical...

Fibers and Filaments

(193 companies)
...stronger s glass or s-glass grade fiberglass cloth is used when a higher tensile strength is required. Fiberglass cloth is used with epoxies and resins to make stiff, high strength composites. Fibers and filaments include aluminum oxide fibers...
Anaerobic adhesives and anaerobic sealants cure in the absence of air or oxygen.

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