What are the types of LOUDSPEAKER ADHESIVE
LOUDSPEAKER ADHESIVE curing can be divided into thermal curing, UV curing, moisture curing, thermal-UV curing and cation curing, etc.; according to chemical properties, it can be divided into epoxy, polyurethane, silicone, acrylic and other types; according to curing The characteristics are divided into three categories: thermal curing, thermal plasticization and elastomer.
Structural LOUDSPEAKER ADHESIVE has high mechanical strength and is used to bond the two materials together forever, and has a strong bearing capacity, and has a hardness of an ingot in the solidified state.
Non-structural LOUDSPEAKER ADHESIVE has the mechanical strength of one ingot and is used to temporarily join objects with low load requirements. Non-structural adhesives are also hard in the cured state.
Thermosetting LOUDSPEAKER ADHESIVE is a cross-linked polymer formed by chemical reaction curing. After curing, heating will not soften and cannot be rebonded.
Thermosetting LOUDSPEAKER ADHESIVE is a cross-linked polymer in the form of a chemical reaction that cures and does not soften when heated.
Thermoplastic LOUDSPEAKER ADHESIVE does not form cross-linked polymers like thermosets, so it can be re-softened and re-bonded. It is a one-component system, hardened by high temperature cooling, or hardened by solvent evaporation.
Elastomeric LOUDSPEAKER ADHESIVE has a large elongation and can be formulated from synthetic or natural polymers with solvents in the form of a latex.
Synthetic LOUDSPEAKER ADHESIVE is formulated from a combination of thermoset, thermoplastic, and elastic adhesives, which utilize the strengths of each material, resulting in a better combination of properties.
MODIFIED ACRYLIC AB ADHESIVE (BOXES) uses methyl methacrylate as the main raw material, with tougheners, reinforcing agents, stabilizers, initiators, polymerization inhibitors, etc., two components synthesized through advanced technology (A, B) Reactive structural adhesive.