Epoxy Adhesive Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of epoxy adhesive manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top epoxy adhesive manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find epoxy adhesive companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture epoxy adhesives to your companies specifications. Then contact the epoxy adhesive companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of conductive epoxy adhesives, structural epoxy tie anchoring adhesives or customized epoxy adhesives of every type, this is the resource for you.

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  • Adhesives: From Grass to Crass to Green Again

    by Breana Cronk, IQS Editor While for many the word adhesive' may conjure up thoughts of the paste-eating grade school classmate who sat three desks over, adhesives have actually been in use for thousands of years. From their beginnings in the ancient world to their current use in everyday objects, these sticky substances have undergone many changes. The Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, Mongols and other archaic groups used simple and natural formulas to bond surfaces and objects together. These early pastes were not replaced until the 1900s when technological advancements made...

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Epoxy Adhesives

Epoxy adhesives are tough structural epoxies with both environmental and chemical resistance. They are used to join components in a variety of industries, and are widely used because of their bonding strength and durability. These adhesives are used in many applications, from model-making to heavy industrial applications such as automobile manufacturing.

Epoxies may consist of one component that hardens by contact with surface moisture or dual components that use other curing methods. This curing may be accomplished using heat, UV light, visible light, radiation and chemical reaction. Heat induced curing is straightforward; the substance is heated till molten and then allowed to cool to hardness. This is how hot melt adhesives work. Ultraviolet light and radiation are sometimes used instead of heat to initiate the curing process, which then hardens the adhesive as the light or radiation is removed. Occasionally ultraviolet adhesives will bond simultaneously with the ultraviolet treatment. Chemical reaction curing can happen by way of the epoxy doing something as simply as being swirled with another substance or being subjected to moisture or natural light. Dual component epoxies consist of a resin and a hardener or activator that is combined to react and cure into a polymerized bond. Dual component epoxies are mixed, and then immediately applied to the surfaces being bonded.


Epoxy adhesives are available in many chemical compositions and often have additives that increase strength, change viscosity, waterproof the adhesive, reduce shrinkage, conduct or insulate the adhesive, resist chemicals and adapt to high or low temperatures. It can also securely and permanently adhere to wood, metal and plastic alike. All of these characteristics make epoxy adhesives incredibly popular in many settings. In the automotive industry epoxies are used to coat engines and transformers. The aerospace industry uses epoxy resins to protect and strengthen the hulls of planes. Boats are also coated with epoxy adhesive varnish to keep the metal plates from rusting and deteriorating in the water. The woodcrafting industry employs the adhesive for aesthetics as well as its protective properties. Fiber wires can be mended with epoxies as well, making electronic companies very happy. These are just a few examples of the many industries and applications in which epoxy adhesives are necessary.

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Epoxy Adhesives – Toagosei America, Inc.
Epoxy Adhesives – Hanna Rubber Company
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Epoxy Adhesives – Daubert Chemical Company, Inc.






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