Adhesive Systems for Glass Bonding

切削刃粘合剂配方可用于将玻璃粘合到玻璃上,以及许多其他基材,包括塑料,金属和橡胶。这些化合物可作为环氧树脂,硅氧烷,聚氨酯,多硫化物,氰基丙烯酸酯和UV / LED固化系统。它们旨在提供即使在暴露于敌对条件下提供最佳性能。


Master Bond's glass bonding adhesive systems are easy to apply and feature high strength bonds. Different grades include:

  • 一个和两个部分系统
  • 溶剂免费组合物
  • 光学clarity
  • Non-yellowing properties
  • 耐湿性
  • 热量stability
  • Toughness
  • Chemical inertness

Select formulations exhibit good wetting characteristics, low shrinkage, superior impact/vibration resistance and stress absorption when bonding materials with different coefficients of thermal expansion. A range of viscosities/cure speeds are available to improve efficiency, productivity and cost effectiveness. Compounds are engineered to adhere well to different types of glass such as borosilicate, fused quartz, glass ceramic and glass fiber surfaces. Products exhibit outstanding long term durability even upon exposure to hot, cold, humid environments.

Master Bond structural glass bonding/laminating systems are used in the appliance, electronic, optical, medical diagnostic, military/defense, automotive and specialty OEM industries. Specific applications range from oven doors to computer screens to LED display lamps to astronomical telescopes to vehicle sunroof assembly.

Master Bond has developed single component LED curable adhesives for rapid bonding of tinted/UV blocked glass surfaces. These systems cure tack free, have excellent light transmission properties, low energy consumption and consistent process control with uniform intensity output.

Surface preparation for glass substrates

Even though glass substrates have high surface energy and can be easily wet, it is important to carry out the necessary surface preparation in order to optimize adhesion to different substrates. Typically, degreasing the substrates would help improve their bond strength. However, depending on the ultimate strength required, mechanical abrasion can also be carried out using emery paper or sand blasting. A combination of cleaning and mechanical abrasion can also be employed for optimum results. Please note that it is not recommended to mechanically abrade optical glass, since it can effect its light transmission properties.


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