structural bond

structural bond

The union of two or more masonry units so that the combination acts as a single unit and provides the same structural strength as a single unit of the same material.
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The corner bond adhesive is then cured with UV light to form a structural bond between the component and the PCB.
1MB adhesives are non-tacky polymer-based materials that, when applied to a rigid substrate, provide a structural bond to a thermoplastic or silicone which is formed under heat and pressure, according to the company.
It was the only way to provide good adhesion and a permanent structural bond to both surfaces without pre-treatment that also maintained the required surface appearance.
This toughened, two-component epoxy offers high structural bond strength to a wide variety of substrates including metals, glass, ceramics, wood, vulcanized rubbers and many plastics.
The homes are heated with gas-fired central heating and they come with a 10 year structural bond guarantee.
Reneby, 2005, "Estimating Structural Bond Pricing Models", Journal of Business, 78:707-726
The structural bond is often greater than the strength of the substrates joined.
"It's a pleasure to make this product line available to those individuals and businesses looking for a tough and multi-faceted structural bond," said Chemical Concepts sales manager, Craig Zelle.
According to the 3M Bonding Systems Division, the company's Scotch-Weld Structural Plastic Adhesive DP-8005, which uses a new two-part solvent-free acrylic adhesive technology requiring no pretreating, results in a structural bond that is "often greater than the strength of the substrates joined." And because the product cures at room temperature, says 3M, it saves cost, time, oven-curing space, UV lamps, and heaters.
A physical or chemical change is required to form a structural bond, which takes measurable time.
To obtain a secure structural bond with this adhesive, a pretreatment of the polyolefin is required.
Die-Cut adhesives can provide removable convenience or structural bonds. The global die-cut adhesive market is expected to expand at mid-single digit CAGR during the forecast period, owing to the rapid growth in manufacturing sector & to overcome the production time of the products with the help of ready to use die-cut adhesives.

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