The curing process of DY-STRONG INSTANT GLUE
DY-STRONG INSTANT GLUE is generally liquid or paste. These DY-STRONG INSTANT GLUEs need to be cured before they can play their role in bonding, so the curing process of the adhesive is also very important. If you don’t know what you need to pay attention to when curing, it will have a great impact on the bonding of the item, even if the adhesive you use is good, it may affect the bonding effect.
The curing reaction of DY-STRONG INSTANT GLUE is the process of obtaining and improving the bonding strength and other properties through chemical reaction (polymerization, cross-linking). Curing is divided into initial curing, basic curing and post curing.
1. Initial curing: Under a certain temperature condition, after a period of time to achieve a certain strength, the surface has been hardened and not sticky, but the curing has not ended.
2. Basic curing: After a period of time, most of the reactive groups participate in the reaction and reach a certain degree of cross-linking.
3. Post-curing: In order to improve the adhesive performance of DY-STRONG INSTANT GLUE or the treatment of the basically cured adhesive due to the needs of the process, it is generally maintained at a certain temperature for a period of time to supplement the curing. Further improve the degree of curing, and can effectively eliminate internal stress and improve bonding strength.
In order to obtain a well-cured adhesive layer of DY-STRONG INSTANT GLUE, the curing process must be carried out under proper conditions. The curing process of DY-STRONG INSTANT GLUE has a very important influence on the bonding quality. There are three basic process parameters in curing: temperature, pressure and time. These three parameters have great influence on the curing of DY-STRONG INSTANT GLUE.
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