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Contact Adhesives

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Contact adhesives, also known as contact cement or rubber cement, stick to surfaces and form a strong bond in applications where other glues won't suffice. Contact adhesives must be placed on both surfaces and left until it is tack-free, or nonsticky, to properly bond. They are typically applied with a brush or roller.
Contact adhesives, also known as contact cement or rubber cement, stick to surfaces and form a strong bond in applications where other glues won't suffice. Contact adhesives must be placed on both surfaces and left until it is tack-free, or nonsticky, to properly bond. They are typically applied with a brush or roller.
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General Purpose Contact Adhesives

General Purpose Contact Adhesives

General purpose contact adhesives create immediate and permanent bonds with a wide range of material compatibility.

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Contact Adhesives for Foam & Fabric

Contact Adhesives for Foam & Fabric

These contact adhesives provide a heat-resistant bond to lightweight materials such as foam, fabric, paper, cardboard, and plastic.

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Contact Adhesives for Laminates

Contact Adhesives for Laminates

Contact adhesives for laminates bond to base materials such as steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and plastic. These adhesives have high-moisture resistance so bonds stay intact and in place.

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Contact Adhesives for Insulation & Duct Liners

Contact Adhesives for Insulation & Duct Liners

These contact adhesives secure insulation and duct liners without degrading the material. They bond uneven and porous surfaces such as fiberglass and felt.

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Contact Adhesives for Rubber & Plastics

Contact Adhesives for Rubber & Plastics

Contact adhesives for rubber and plastics bond gaskets made of nitrile rubber, neoprene, butyl, and vinyl. They have a high resistance to fuel, oil, and water that makes them ideal for securing gaskets and fuel lines.

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