Pure UV curing adhesive is optical clear epoxy adhesive. When compared to acrylic clear adhesives, it has a higher thermal resistance and better adhesion to a variety of substrates.
In the optical industry, clear epoxy adhesives are frequently used to bond lenses.
Master Bond UV15-7 produces bonds that are tough, long-lasting, and non-yellowing. It was developed for demanding bonding, coating, and sealing tasks.There are no solvents or diluents in this one-component adhesive, which is completely reactive.
It also adheres well to a wide range of substrates, including polycarbonates, glass, metals, plastics, and polymer films.
The Global optically clear epoxy adhesives market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Panacol announced the availability of Vitralit 50004, an innovative optically clear adhesive with only one component.
The ultra-low viscosity acrylic-based Vitralit 50004 adhesive can be used to bond displays and laminate optics. It is UV-curable. The foundations of Vitralit UV adhesives and potting compounds are acrylate or epoxy resin.
Both are single-component systems.They can be post-cured thermally, depending on the product, and cure in seconds under UV or visible light.With high-intensity UV gas discharge lamps or LED systems, curing times of 0.5 to 60 seconds can be achieved.
For production in large quantities, the Vitralit® adhesives are an excellent option.Processing and bonding of temperature-sensitive substrates is made possible by the short exposure times.
Vitralit products can be cured even in shadow areas by thermally post-curing the adhesives. Vitralit adhesives that cure under UV and light make handling and dispensing easier.
From capillary flow to gap filling, a wide range of viscosities are available.They give the ideal answer for each individual application.Solvent-free and safe for the environment, all Vitralit UV and light curing adhesives are available.
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