Elastomer adhesive is composed of main components of such high polymer Elastomer as Chloroprene, nitrile rubber and SBR, and has an excellent initial startup since curing is provided by evaporation of organic solvent and water.
Various types of adhesion
Contact adhesion Adhesive is applied on both sides of the materials, which are put together after an open time of 5 to 30 minutes when the surface is dried up. This will provide adhesion featuring excellent initial strength without the need for temporary fixation.
Pressure-sensitive adhesion Extensive pressure-sensitive adhesion area in the curing process will allow wide-area adhesion of foams and sheets by coating on one side, depending on the conditions.
Reactivated adhesion Elastomer adhesive permits adhesion of the materials after the adhesive coated thereon is dried up and adhesive is reactivated by solvent and heat (about 100°C).
Heating and pressurized adhesion Adhesion of the materials in the same way as heat reactivated adhesion followed up immediately by heat pressing will provide adhesion featuring excellent adhesive strength and heat resistance.
Diversity in coating
Brush, spatula and special trowel
Air spray, air-less spray
Roll coater and curtain coater
Three big features of nitrile rubber
Excellent oil resistance
Superb adhesive property on plasticized polyvinylchloride
Good heat aging
• Adhesion between rubber and metal
• Adhesion of foams such as foamed urethane and polyethylene (except for styrene)
• Adhesion of Glass wool and rock wool
• Adhesion of boards and metallic plate
• Adhesion of decorated panel and plywood
• Adhesion of soft polyvinylchloride product (only for nitrile rubber)