Report: Adhesive Survey Conducted By Industrial Research Services

Report: Adhesive Survey Conducted By Industrial Research Services

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Report: Adhesive Survey Conducted By Industrial Research Services

According to a survey of product design engineers and general managers at 245 U.S. firms that manufacture heating equipment, the most critical physical properties of cements/adhesives were high temperature resistance, thermal conductivity and electrical resistance. The study also demonstrated that inorganic cements/adhesives, such as those with a silicate, phosphate or calcium aluminate binder system, are deemed superior to other methods (i.e. mechanical fasteners and epoxies) when subjected to high temperature and electrical current.

This report summarizes the findings of the survey, which was conducted in January 2006 by Industrial Research Services, a market research firm located in Tarentum, Pennsylvania. The survey was sponsored by Sauereisen, Inc.

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