‘Epoxy’ is often used as a generic term for a structural adhesive, but epoxy adhesives are actually a very specific class of structural adhesives. These chemistries are durable in demanding conditions, including not only outdoor weathering but also many solvents and other conditions.
One-Part Epoxies – One-part epoxy adhesives eliminate metering and mixing but require heat to cure, with newer formulations curing at lower temperatures than older versions.
Two-Part Epoxies– Two-part epoxy adhesives begin curing when the two components are mixed and offer different performance characteristics depending on the formulation.
Superior structural adhesive performance where durability, environmental resistance and chemical resistance are necessary. Cures on demand when heat is applied offering flexibility in processing.