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Light-Curable Adhesives

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Light-Curable AdhesivesThe Dymax 215-CTH-UR-SC family of light-curable adhesive products from Dymax Corp. are ideal for the fast bonding of difficult-to-bond plastic substrates typically used in specialty catheter devices.

Manufacturers can enjoy the benefits of LED curing without sacrificing speed or cured mechanical properties. The adhesives are LED-curable at either 385 or 405 nm.

Available in multiple viscosity grades to fit a variety of application designs, the adhesives family features Encompass technology that provides visual cure confirmation through Dymax See-Cure and Ultra-Red fluorescing technologies.


Photonics Spectra
Apr 2018
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