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Industrial Adhesive Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of industrial adhesive manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top industrial adhesive manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find industrial adhesive companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture industrial adhesives to your companies specifications. Then contact the industrial 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 epoxy adhesives, silicone adhesives or pressure-sensitive of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Hackensack, NJ 201-343-8983

    Master Bond formulates high quality adhesive systems to help engineers meet specific requirements for their bonding, sealing, coating and encapsulation applications. The product line consists of epoxies, silicones, UV curable and LED curable systems that feature outstanding performance properties.

  • Miami, FL 800-888-2467

    Acrylic Adhesives are our specialty! For over thirty five years we have been manufacturing top of the line adhesives to offer to a global market. We have made it our personal mission to ensure that our customers are receiving products that will stand up to the tests of time and the rigorous applications of the everyday. Visit our website today or get in touch with us via telephone or email to learn more!

  • Frankfort, IL 800-552-0299

    Founded in 1989, Adhesive Systems provides a wide selection of high performance adhesives to service medical, electronic, industrial, furniture, military and filtration applications. Our products include instant adhesives, anaerobic adhesives, structural adhesives (epoxy/methacrylate), UV adhesives, adhesive dispensers and more.

  • Bayonne, NJ 201-437-6500

    Since 1960, Dunbar Sales has been providing government specified adhesives, paints, coatings, sealants and lubricants. From large to small quantities you can find heat and water resistant adhesives, natural or synthetic adhesives, binding adhesives, epoxies and over 500 more products to choose from.

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Industrial Adhesives

As their name implies, industrial adhesives are those adhesives used for industrial applications. They are usually made from three main types of adhesive: polyurethane, acrylic and silicone. You will often find industrial adhesive varieties grouped according to these materials, in addition to their curing mechanisms and adhesive properties.

Examples of industrial adhesive applications include: concrete bonding, road repair and crack sealing. Some of the industries to which industrial adhesives are important include: electronics, aerospace, automotive manufacturing and repair, construction, roofing, transportation, and mining.

Industrial adhesives offer a wide variety of advantages over more traditional industrial binding processes, like mechanical fastening, sewing, thermal bonding and the like. First, they offer greater design flexibility, as they are discrete and do not require additional machining. In fact, they do not require machining at all. So, the production process of industrial adhesive-bound parts is quicker, more efficient and less expensive than the alternatives. In addition, those pieces bonded or sealed with industrial adhesives tend to be more aesthetically pleasing than those joined with visible joints. Finally, industrial adhesives allow manufacturers to more evenly distribute stress across the joint.

Note: Industrial adhesives are similar to but not necessarily as strong as structural adhesives. Sometimes their definitions overlap. To make sure you are getting the right adhesive for your application, always talk to a professional.