LORD® Structural Adhesives are available in acrylic, epoxy and urethane chemistries and serve many diverse industries, from electronics to automotive to construction.
With more than 40 years of experience in developing and manufacturing structural bonding solutions, our extensive line of acrylic, epoxy and urethane adhesives improve appearance, strength and durability, while offering you design flexibility and total cost savings. Compared to traditional fastening methods such as rivets, welds and tapes, LORD Structural Adhesives eliminate the costs associated with metal preparation and finishing operations to improve your manufacturing processes.
Acrylic-based adhesives are primarily used to bond metals, composites and a large number of thermoplastic materials. They require little to no surface preparation or primers and cure at room temperature. Acrylics offer toughness that delivers impact resistance, excellent low- and high-temperature performance, and desirable in-service fatigue life on top of high structural strength in bonded assemblies.
We offer a full line of structural bonding adhesives and sealants that offer superior adhesion to a variety of substrate combinations. Our rapid cure acrylic metal adhesives can prevent galvanic corrosion when cross bonding to aluminum and are excellent alternatives to welding or riveting. We offer a wide variety of products for plastic bonding and seam sealing to improve through put and protect against corrosion. Our high skilled technical team will recommend the best adhesive or sealant for your substrate combination. Just Ask Us How...
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