two-part adhesive

two-part adhesive

[′tü ′pärt ad′hē·siv]
(materials)
A glue supplied in two parts, a resin and an accelerator, which are mixed only just before application.

two-part adhesive

An adhesive that requires the addition of an accelerator to the resin, in order to set, e.g., see epoxy.
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Constructed of corrosion resistant plastic and 316 stainless steel wetted parts, this two-part adhesive dispenser needs minimal maintenance.
The product is a two-part adhesive consisting of a resin and a hardener.
There is a vast array of adhesives on the market - once specifiers have chosen between a water-based or solvent-based product, they must then decide on a contact, single-part or two-part adhesive, and whether it should be applied by brush, spray or roller.
This process involves a two-part adhesive that is mixed just prior to putting it into the inkpot.
Well suited for bonding plastics to metals, the two-part adhesive offers a working time ranging from 4 to 17 minutes.
The EP21AN is a two-part adhesive system that cures readily at ambient temperatures and quickly at elevated temperatures.
The repairs were made with the standardeightlayer Clock Spring[R] with the two-part adhesive and filler material.
Pertinent Data: Plexus MA820 is a two-part adhesive that requires no primers and little or no surface preparation on most substrates.
The new range includes the revolutionary two-part adhesive Super Plastix, the first system to bond household plastics, such as toys, personal stereos and mobile phones.
Pot life is the amount of time a two-part adhesive, such as epoxy or resorcinol, remains usable after mixing.
Primerless, this two-part adhesive becomes a thixotropic paste with a pot life of five minutes.