BONDING


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BONDINGBandwidth On Demand Interoperability Group
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Unlike the adhesive technology, in rubber-to-metal bonding no prefabricated material but unvulcanized rubber is used.
Against the ever more exacting demands of the automotive industry in-terms of temperature and chemical resistance, adhesive technology as well as standard bonding agents soon reach their practical limits.
The manufacturing methods of die rubber-to-metal component producers have resulted in a drastic change in the requirement profile to be met by bonding agents, to mention only application methods such as hot or airless spraying.
Successful bonding has also been achieved to canvas shoe uppers.
Extrude or calendar Alcryn onto the fabric and pass it through a heated (250 [degrees] F to 300 [degrees] F [121 [degrees] C to 149 [degrees] C]) nip roll to achieve bonding.