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How can the adhesive you use improve your manufacturing process?

A simple guide on how to streamline your SIP’s manufacturing process.

Structural insulated panels, key components in modern construction, come in two main types: PIR (Polyisocyanurate) and EPS (Expanded Polystyrene). When laminating outer substrates to the core of the SIP, it’s crucial to use a high-quality, moisture-resistant adhesive to maintain structural stability and prevent water damage. Exceptional bond qualities are essential to ensure the panels’ durability and effectiveness. Utilising the right adhesive can reduce the risk of delamination and so ensures long-lasting performance. The Aro-Bond 900 range of polyurethane adhesives are specifically designed to meet these needs.

The Aro-Bond 900 range offers three curing options:

900.20  20-minute cure

900.35 35-minute cure

900.45 45-minute cure

900.90 90-minute cure

This single-component, moisture-curing polyurethane adhesive is highly versatile and durable, providing complete peace of mind and minimising production time.

How can the Aro-Bond 900 series improve my manufacturing process?

Reduced Production Time

Given that the adhesive is a single component it requires no mixing meaning less time is spent preparing the adhesive before use. This reduces production time and minimises the risk of errors and so streamlines the production workflow.

Enhanced Bond Performance

Aro-Bond 900 series provides high-strength and durable bonds, ensuring that the panels remain securely bonded even in demanding conditions, and contributing to the overall strength and performance of the structure.

Improved Moisture Resistance

The adhesive’s superior moisture resistance helps protect SIPs from water damage, which is crucial since SIPs are often exposed to the elements. This quality enhances the durability and longevity of the panels.

Versatile Bonding

It can bond various woods, plastic foams, and other insulating panels to both rigid and flexible facing materials, including wood, metals, and plastics. This versatility makes them suitable for different types of SIPs, including PIR and EPS panels.

Consistent Quality

The ease of application and reduced need for mixing ensures more consistent adhesive quality and performance, leading to fewer defects and higher overall quality in the finished SIPs.

By integrating the Aro-Bond 900 range of single-component moisture curing polyurethane adhesives into the SIP manufacturing process, manufacturers can achieve a more efficient, reliable, and high quality production, resulting in better performing and longer-lasting panels.

For further information contact us on sales@thenamethatsticks.com.

 

 

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