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SCIGRIP Expands European Adhesives Offering

22 January 2013

SCIGRIP will be showcasing the latest advancements in bonding systems and adhesive chemistries at Compotec 2013 in Carrara Fiere, Italy, from 6-8 February on Stand 845 in Hall D.

SCIGRIP says its SG230 product is already an established adhesive in the US marine sector; it is part of SCIGRIP’s 10:1 Methacrylate range. Available in a variety of curing speeds, SG230 is described as ideally suited to marine, transportation, wind and other renewable energy applications.

SCIGRIP describe the ey benefits of the SG230 range as:

  • High build adhesive for large component assembly without slump or overheating
  • Very high toughness for impact, peel and fatigue strength
  • Dial-up speed control with unchanged final cold cured bond strengths to optimise productivity
  • Moisture tolerant application for wet weather work






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