During the time frame that is anticipated, there will be an increase in demand for the product due to the expansion of end-use industries and rapid adhesive characteristics like fast curing and high bonding strength.
The instant adhesives market is also expanding due to the rising electronics industry demand for automation and miniaturization.
The demand for instant fixing adhesives is being fueled by the growing number of automation-related applications, which will further propel the market for instant adhesives.
Market value growth will also be driven by rising demand in developing nations.Cyanoacrylate adhesives, which are non-flammable and good for the environment, are easy to use for assembling a variety of products in automated dispensing systems and maintenance repair shops.
In addition, the market for instant adhesives will suffer as a result of the increased price in comparison to other adhesives.As a result, this will hinder the rate of expansion of the instant adhesives market.The market’s expansion is also hampered by factors like low temperature and solvent resistance.
The Global Super Fast Instant 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.
A new product line from partner Artecola was introduced at FEICON, one of the largest construction fairs in Latin America. Methoxyethyl-based instant adhesives, which are odorless and non-blooming in comparison to conventional instant adhesives, are included in this new product line.
One of the innovations that AFIX demonstrated at FEICON BATIMAT was a super adhesive that can bond any material in just two seconds without drying or clogging packaging.
Artecola Chemistry will present an innovative and one-of-a-kind line for Latin America that combines practicality, safety, and versatility with highly differentiated performance.
ARTECOLA CHEMICAL AND AFINITICA: The new line of instant adhesives is a partnership between Afinitica Technologies, a global leader in special cyanoacrylate technology, and Artecola Chemistry, the leader in adhesives in Latin America and owner of the AFIX brand.
They are providing solutions for those who wish to fix an object from home in order to perform professional cabinet work very quickly and safely. Just two months after signing the alliance agreement between the two companies, They want to further strengthen the portfolio of products they offer to the market.
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