Radiation-Curable Adhesives

  • John G. Woods
Part of the Topics in Applied Chemistry book series (TAPP)

Abstract

Radiation-curable adhesives are now well-established products in both the industrial and consumer adhesive markets. Although they represent only a small fraction of the worldwide multibillion dollar adhesives business, that share is currently growing at a faster rate than many other adhesive categories.1–3 The underlying reasons for the success of radiation-cured adhesives can be attributed to the relatively rapid rates of curing and to their compatibility with automatic dispensing equipment.4 Both of these features have resulted in significant reductions in processing times for a wide variety of industrial assembly operations. For many applications it is simply more cost-effective to use a radiation-sensitive adhesive. Radiation-curable adhesive products also offer a measure of control of the curing process that is not available with adhesives cured by alternative mechanisms. This factor has resulted in the widespread development of light-curable compositions for the assembly of precision components.

Keywords

Adhesive Strength Adhesive Joint Peel Strength Acrylate Monomer Cationic Polymerization 
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  1. 1.Research and Development DepartmentLoctite (Ireland) Ltd.Tallaght, Dublin 24Ireland

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