Bushing and Bearing Fixation
- cures in the absence of oxygen
- resistant to gasoline and brake fluid at room temperature as well as to other materials
- outstanding capillary action
- high strength
- low viscosity
The components to be bonded must be roughly freed from contaminants such as oil films, dirt, paint or other coating materials to ensure the optimum bond. Wet bonding parts and then join them.
One must differentiate between active and passive materials during the curing time. Active materials generally refer to metals with a high iron or copper content (e.g. iron, steel, copper, brass, bronze). Active materials ensure rapid curing. Passive materials such as high-alloy (stainless) steel, zinc, aluminum or plastics only cure very slowly or only with the help of an activator.