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Bond faster and stronger with LORD 7800 Urethane Adhesive
LORD 7800 is a two-part adhesive system designed to achieve faster assembly and cycle times. It cures like an acrylic adhesive but has the flexibility and the lower rate of cure of a urethane (low exotherm).
Material distortion, induced corrosion and excessive solvent usage are all day-to-day risks of common fastening methods. LORD 7800 is smooth on materials and coatings, allowing you to speed up production flow through simpler surface preparation and less rework. It also reduces stress and fatigue on bonded parts with fewer stiffeners needed and less waste.
With exceptional weathering and torsion resistance, LORD 7800 is your best choice to bond and seal mixed materials in a single step. No more welding, riveting or taping with the new LORD 7800 Urethane Adhesive.
Features & Benefits
Extremely rapid cure
No post-finishing required
Excellent sag resistance with easy mix ratio
High impact and peel strengths
No post-welding abrasion required
Simple application, manual or fully automated
Suits all parts and process conditions
Short handling times
Less storage space required
Suitable for corners and complex shapes
Eliminates expensive drilling process
Does not contain ozone-depleting chemicals or heavy metals
Bonds engineering thermoplastics, painted and E-coated metals and composites
Used for heavy-duty trucks, service bodies, vehicle accessories, recreational vehicles, marine and trailer manufacturing
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