News | January 8, 2019

New Year, New Products: Chemique Adhesives Kicks Off 2019 With Two New Bondseal Structural Sealants For Construction, Transportation, Commercial Manufacturing, And Marine

Kicking off the new year, global adhesives and sealants producer Chemique Adhesives launches two new structural sealants aimed at manufacturers searching for higher performance, ease of use, and increased product safety. These two adhesives excel in areas where vibration and movement are major concerns and offer increased strength and improved longevity in the most demanding environments.

Kennesaw, GA (PRWEB) - Never willing to settle for mediocrity in the space of solvent-free adhesives and sealants, Kennesaw based Chemique Adhesives has developed a new single-component, fast curing polyurethane sealing and bonding compound ideal for a variety of industries including: construction, transportation, commercial manufacturing, modular construction and other areas where movement and vibration are of major concern.

The new fast-curing high modulus polyurethane sealant, Bondseal 1128, builds on the successes of its predecessors by utilizing a new advanced formulation improving the rheology and significantly lowering the isocyanate content for ease of application, excellent slump resistance, and increased product safety. This new industrial sealant can be easily applied using a standard cartridge caulking gun making it ideal for manufacturing applications of various size and scope.

"We have been working closely with manufacturers to develop a sealant that was not only easier to apply, but also safer to the end user and retained the strong sealing and bonding properties necessary for today’s demanding applications.” said Mark Waring, National Sales Manager for the United States. “The final product is a very cost effective single component polyurethane sealant that both seals and bonds a wide variety of materials including FRP, GRP, Gel-Coat, Metal, Plastics and wood.”

For increased strength and durability in the harshest environments, there will be a marine-grade formulation available for purchase known as Bondseal 1128 Marine. This formulation is like Chemique’s Bondseal 1128, but with added properties offering higher performance in applications both above and below the waterline, and in scenarios where increase resistance to salt and brackish water, shock, vibration, swelling or shrinking is a major concern. Both Bondseal 1128 and Bondseal 1128 Marine formulations come in white, gray, or black color configurations dispensed through standard 300ml cartridges with a shelf life of up to 12 months in unopened containers.

Bondseal 1128 polyurethane sealants expand a technical range of industrial adhesives and sealants designed with structural bonding properties and high bond strength in mind. Bondseal products can be used in place of mechanical fixers, offering superior performance when bonding metal and thermoplastic substrates. This adhesive and sealant range for manufacturing consist of clear polyurethane adhesives and potting compounds, flammable and non-flammable aerosols, in addition to a new generation of polyurethanes and methacrylate adhesives and sealants, which are viable alternatives to more hazardous products traditionally used.

About Chemique
Chemique Adhesives, Inc., is a pioneer in the development of solvent-free polyurethane, water- based adhesives and adhesive application equipment. It has fast become the first-choice supplier for a diverse range of industries requiring specialist products.

Working closely with customers and clients, Chemique’s experienced chemists and engineers provide new and innovative solutions to their adhesive and adhesive application needs. With a wide array of products Chemique can offer its solutions to a diverse range of industries, including transportation, foam conversion, raised access flooring, architectural panels, portable buildings, furniture and many others.

With operations across North America and Europe, Chemique specializes in the development of custom bonding solutions for customers worldwide.

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