Permabond Structural Adhesives

permabond TA4246

Applications

Permabond, a leading manufacturer of engineering adhesives, supplies high-quality industrial adhesives to customers in virtually every industry worldwide.

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Permabond offer a large range of industrial adhesives for engineering. Adhesives are used for a variety of applications, for example:

  • Bonding to surfaces

  • As sealing agents (to eliminate the effect of self-loosening caused by dynamic loads)

  • Sealing of areas (to prevent oxidation and corrosion)

  • Waterproofing 

Anaerobic Adhesives and Sealants 

  • Pipe sealing 

  • Threadlocking 

  • Gasketing 

  • Retaining and sealing 

 

Cyanoacrylates   

  • Wire tacking for electronics 

  • Disposable medical devices (e.g. catheter bonding) 

  • Mobile phone keypad bonding assemblies 

  • Mini-speakers and headsets 

  • Bonding rubber flaps (e.g. hoppers) 

  • Bonding rubber matting for floors 

  • Impregnating resin for rapid prototyping 

  • Bonding O-rings 

  • Bonding polypropylene, polyethylene, PTFE and silicone rubber

2-Part Epoxy Adhesives

  • Marine, automotive and aerospace industries 

  • Household appliances  

  • General assembly and construction industries 

  • Bonding handles onto tools  

  • Aerospace structures 

  • Kitchen counter tops 

  • Motor housings and mounting brackets 

Structural Acrylics  

  • Aircraft parts (TA4246 is aerospace approved)

  • Automotive exterior components  

  • Lifts, stairlifts, stairs and walkways

  • Sign bonding, point of sale and shop fitting

  • Bus, train and tram interiors

  • Vehicle conversions and campervans 

  • Magnet/ferrite bonding electric motors

  • Loudspeaker component bonding

2-Part Polyurethanes 

  • Carbon fibre bonding for motorsports

  • Sports equipment 

  • Medical devices (e.g. prosthetics)

  • Potting and sealing

  • Structural bonding applications

UV-Cure Adhesives

  • Glass bonding for furniture, display cases and TV stands 

  • Architectural bonding - glass balconies, staircases 

  • Plastic bonding - point of sale display items 

  • Shop fitting and sign bonding 

  • Potting, encapsulation and coating 

  • Shower doors, handles, bathroom cabinets, mirrors 

  • Kitchen utensils 

  • Disposable medical devices e.g. needle bonding 

  • Artwork and sculptures 

  • Windows, bevel bonding and stained glass 

 

MS-Polymers 

  • Ideal for automotive applications (often used where silicone is banned)

  • Construction & building fabrication 

  • Glass bonding (e.g. windows and shower screens) 

  • Lighting lenses 

  • Potting and sealing 

  • Bathroom applications 

  • Decorative water features 

Frequently Asked Questions 

What is the advantage of using Permabond Polyolefin POP primer?

Materials like PTFE, polypropylene (PP), polyethylene (PE) and silicones have low surface energy, these can be difficult to bond without prior surface treatment. After using Permabond POP, strong & durable bonds can be achieved. 

Are there any materials/substrates that POP primer should not be used on?

Polyamide, DAP & ABS plastics.

Does temperature affect cure time? 

Yes. Higher temperatures will decrease cure time and lower temperatures will increase cure times. All cure times on our data sheets are taken at 23°C.

How should Permabond products be stored?

The majority of Permabond adhesives should be stored between 5-7°C.

What is an advantage of using a UV curing product?

The user can cure the product on demand, giving time for proper alignment of components before bonding.

What is Cyanoacrylate?

A cyanoacrylate is an acrylic monomer that cures to a plastic, more commonly known as 'Superglue'.

Which Permabond adhesives offer the highest temperature resistance performance?

Permabond 919, 920, and 922 resist up to 250°C (482°F) after a secondary heat cure. Permabond 820 offers the highest temperature resistance the technology will withstand, 200°C (390°F) without a secondary heat cure.