18 May 2012
18 May 2012
SCIGRIP is launching a unique range of products formulated specifically for the Sign and Display market.
According to SCIGRIP, these advanced formulations offer the perfect bonding solution for the diverse applications this sector demands. They say it is an unprecedented offering within the UK adhesives industry as no other supplier currently markets a complete range of Sign and Display products through one manufacturer.
SCIGRIP explain that their Sign and Display adhesives produce consistently reliable results on a range of substrates including plastics, metals and composites. They say the range is well suited to skilled users such as sign and display fabricators, plastic fabricators, installers, shop fitters and joinery companies. The products can be purchased via a national network of experienced distributors who are trained in the products use and application. Available in easy to use cartridge systems and bulk packaging, all feature a choice of curing speed and viscosities to suit a wide range of applications.
SCIGRIP’S Sign and Display range is grouped into the following categories:
Adhesives for Plastics
Adhesives for Metals
Adhesives for Glass
Adhesives for Composites
“We are targeting the European market during the launch phase and have the opportunity to expand into Asia”, remarks Paul Nelson, SCIGRIP’s European Business Development Director. “It is an exciting time for the organisation as we continue to evolve and demonstrate our flexibilityto meet ever-changing assembly techniques”.
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