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Solvent-free two-component polyurethane adhesives

News International-French

4 May 2016

Chemique Adhesives, a manufacturer and supplier of high performance industrial adhesives, sealants, and adhesive application equipment, showcases its two-component polyurethane adhesive range, Solfre2 and Solfre2 honeycomb, at JEC Americas 2016.

“We’re driving awareness and market change to encourage manufacturers to switch from one-part polyurethane and epoxy adhesives to two-part polyurethane adhesives for their superior bond strength, lower cost, and solvent-free nature,” said Tony McMullen, Chemique Adhesives President.

Chemique exhibits at the conference and feature several of its adhesives and sealants, including Solfre, Bondseal and Sabatack.

Chemique's Solfre products include a range of polyurethane adhesives for panel lamination that uses foam and honeycomb materials. One of the challenges in bonding honeycomb panels is the small surface area and construction angles that make adhering difficult. The Solfre adhesives, which can be applied in sprayable, beadable and rollable forms, increase the surface area and promote better bonding, McMullen said.

Solfre adhesives contain no volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and can be used to bond a variety of substrates, including metals, plastics, wood, and foam. Chemique’s adhesives are used in diverse industries from transportation to construction, including motorhomes, truck bodies, trains and boats, as well as clean rooms, portable buildings and cold storage.

About Chemique:
The company is a specialist in the development of solvent-free polyurethane, water-based adhesives and adhesive application equipment. It has fast become the first choice supplier for a diverse range of industries requiring specialist products.

Working closely with customers and clients, Chemique’s experienced chemists and engineers provide new and innovative solutions to their adhesive and adhesive application needs. With a wide array of products Chemique is able to offer its solutions to a diverse range of industries, including transportation, foam conversion, raised access flooring, architectural panels, portable buildings, furniture and many others.

With operations across North America and Europe, Chemique specializes in the development of custom bonding solutions for customers worldwide.

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