Torque™ Thread Locking Adhesives for Fast Permanent Assembly

By: Steeves  09-12-2011
Keywords: Adhesives

Adhesive Systems has the thread locking adhesives to increase the productivity and reliability of your assembly process. Threadlockers are single component, solvent free adhesives (anaerobics) that cure in the absence of air and in the presence of metal ions. Our Torque™ products and adhesives represent state of the art anaerobic technology, with world class performance. The thread locking sealants are manufactured to provide specific viscosities, strengths, and cure speeds to meet any application requirement. They distribute the load on a fastener over the entire engagement length of the assembly thereby greatly reducing or completely eliminating fastener and material fatigue.

Keywords: Adhesives

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