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Cyberbond Anaerobic Adhesives

For those who would like to get some more detailed information about Anaerobic Adhesives and Sealants we have prepared a technical article which can be easily printed by means of the below attached PDF Data. The Summary of this article is as following:

 

Summary

1.    Anaerobic Adhesives and Sealants
1.1. Description and Packaging
1.2. Systematic Series of Products
1.3. Application of Adhesive
1.4. Pre-treatment of Surfaces
1.5. Dissolving Bonded Joints

2.      Influencing factors
2.1.    Strengths
2.1.1. Relationship of strength and curing speed
2.1.2. Relationship of strength and surface roughness
2.1.3. Relationship of strength and gap
2.2.    Chemical Resistance
2.3.    Temperature Resistance
2.4.    Quantity of Adhesive required
2.5.    Conclusion for the user

3.       Application fields of Anaerobic Adhesives and Sealants
3.1.    T – Locking of Threads (Thread locking)
3.1.1. General Description
3.1.2. Strength categories
3.1.3. Break loose- and Prevailing Torque
3.2.    R – Retaining Threads, Shafts, Hubs, Bearings (Retaining)
3.2.1. General Description
3.2.2. Different Loading Conditions
3.2.3. Plugged Mating Parts
3.3.    S – Sealing Threads (Sealing)
3.3.1. General Description
3.3.2. Application on Building Sites and in the Household
3.3.3. Gas — and Water Approvals
3.4.    S – Flange Sealants (Sealing)
3.4.1. General Description
3.4.2. Resistance against Oil and Gas

4. Application of Sealants on large Surfaces

5. Use of Activator


6.    Variations of Applications

6.1. Manual application
6.2. Automatic dosing (LINOP Programme)

7. Economical Rationalization

8.       The Use of Anaerobics and Potential Dangers
8.1.    Processing, Storage, Disposal
8.2.    Potential Danger of Anaerobic Adhesives and Sealants
8.2.1. Composition of Anaerobics
8.2.2. Precautions

   

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