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NCH Adhesives Solutions
Our cyanoacrylate instant adhesive range provides adhesives capable of gap filling up to 0.25mm (Mega Firm Extra) and super-fast curing (Mega Bond). Use Mega Firm Extra with our accelerator, Mega Speed, for faster curing, and when used with Mega Primer, even traditionally difficult to bond materials such as Polypropylene, Polyethylene and silicone rubber can be successfully bonded.
Are you currently using a range of anaerobic adhesive products for thread locking, flange sealing, pipe sealing and bearing retaining? Mega All White is an all in one anaerobic adhesive sealant designed for a multitude of locking and sealing applications and is the only product you need. The unique formulation of Mega All White carries no hazard or prosecutions on the label, making it very safe to use. Mega All White carries WRAS approval for contact with potable water and is certified to BS EN 751 for domestic gas applications.
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NCH Europe is leading the way in adhesive formulation and has developed ‘Super Structural Technology!’
In tests, (ASTM D1002) NCH adhesives using Super Structural Technology have been shown to increase bond strength by over 40% compared to standard structural adhesives.
How does Super Structural Technology work?
In simple terms we are using nano particles within the formulation to increase the bond area and therefore increase bond strength.
Diagram 1 shows a magnified view of an adhesive bond. Although to the naked eye the surface of the substrate may appear smooth, under a microscope you will see this is not the case and it is full of peaks and troughs. A standard structural acrylic adhesive sits on the peaks.
Diagram 2 shows how the nano formulation of a super structural technology product not only sits on the peaks of the substrate but is also able to penetrate the troughs and therefore increases the surface contact area increasing the bond strength.