What is Bonding Agents



Also known as a "bonderizer" bonding agents (spelled dentin bonding agents are resin materials used to make a dental composite filling material adhere to both dentin and enamel.

Bonding agents are often methacrylates with some volatile carrier and solvent like acetone. They may also contain diluent monomers. For proper bonding of resin composite restorations, dentin should be conditioned with polyacrylic acids to remove the smear layer, created during mechanical treatment with dental bore, and expose some of the collagen network or organic matrix of dentin.

Rubber adhesive belong to the elastomer class of adhesives, a large adhesive family with many applications. rubber-based latex adhesive (commonly referred to as ‘cohesive’) products are made from natural or synthetic elastomers which have been tackified with the inclusion of various additives and resins. Rubber adhesives are cost-effective and have excellent tack and shear properties. In addition, they provide strong adhesion to materials with high- and low-surface energyGlazier using application gun to apply adhesive for windscreen. Manufacturing rubber-based adhesives is generally a process of dissolving natural rubber with solvents, adding resins and other compounds and using chemical catalysts or heat to create particular polymers. The most common polymer-based adhesives made from rubber include polychoropene, styrene, polyisobutylene, polysulfide, polyamide, silicone and polyurethane.


Can be used in flooring, upholstery, handicraft. BUS body building seat, cover, pasting and veneer industry.
Application of adhesive on foam is easy
Non-hazardous to health

Rubber-to-metal high-performance bonding agents offer environmentally friendly options to achieve reduced risks and costs. Versions available for a wide range of bonding temperature conditions. ROBOND can maintain -- and even increase -- bond strength over time.


Bonds similar and dissimilar substrates in mounts, bushings, belts, brake pads, window profiles and other applications
Bonds hot curing silicone rubbers, fluorocarbon, and acrylate rubbers to metals and other solid materials
Bonds NBR, HNB, XNBR and polyacrylate to metal high-performance adhesive formulations

Its mechanical properties are generally inferior to those of natural rubber but it has superior chemical resistance.


Environmentally friendly
Reduced risks and costs
Maintain -- and even increase -- bond strength over time
Versions available for a wide range of bonding temperature conditions

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