Rubber Bonding Systems by Master Bond

Master Bond's rubber bonding adhesives, sealants, and coatings bond rubber to metals, plastics, ceramics, glass, wood, and other rubbers. These compounds are custom formulated to meet specific design requirements and will provide strong, durable bonds for rubber bonding applications. Specific formulations provide electrical insulation, extreme temperature serviceability, and resistance to fuels, oils, moisture, and other chemicals. Master Bond's rubber bonding adhesives are applied in automotive, medical, electronic, aerospace, and oil/chemical processing applications.

Master Bond's adhesives for rubber bonding applications offer easy curing and application. These systems will cure at ambient and/or elevated temperatures, and products spread evenly and smoothly. Specific grades offer non-drip properties and underwater curing.

(The incredible bonding capabilities of these compounds, along with their advanced chemical, mechanical, and electrical properties, allow them to meet specific industry demands)

Master Bond’s Rubber Bonding Adhesives Offer Excellent Bond Strength to a Variety of Substrates

As rubber products become more advanced, the rubber industry demands adhesives that offer superior bonding capabilities to many different rubbers. Master Bond continues to develop new compounds that meet the stringent demands of rubber bonding applications. Specific rubber bonding products adhere to the following rubbers:

  • Butyl
  • Chloroprene
  • Ethylene Propylene
  • Fluorocarbon
  • Halogenated Butyl
  • Latex
  • Natural
  • Neoprene
  • Nitrile
  • Polyacrylate
  • Polychloroprene
  • Polysioprene
  • Polysulfide
  • Santoprene
  • Silicone
  • Styrene-Butadiene
  • Styrenic TPE

Master Bond’s Epoxy Adhesives for Rubber Bonding Increase Productivity

Usually, bonding rubber surfaces requires time consuming surface preparation techniques that depend upon expensive, hazardous materials. Specific epoxy formulations can be applied to rubber bonding applications without any surface preparation. Using Master Bond's rubber bonding adhesives will:

  • Save time
  • Reduce production costs
  • Eliminate the need for corrosive, dangerous materials

Typical Applications of Master Bond’s Rubber Bonding Polymer Compounds

Master Bond's rubber bonding adhesives can be applied in a wide variety of applications. Some of the most common include:

  • Buffers for hand grips
  • Special purpose mountings
  • Hose assemblies
  • Belts and pulleys
  • Respirators
  • Accelerator pedal assemblies
  • Seating components
  • Gaskets
  • Shock absorbers for hydraulic systems

Master Bond’s Most Popular Rubber Bonding Systems

Products Description
MB297 One part “instant” curing cyanoacrylate with excellent adhesion to many rubber substrates. Very high bond strength.
EP21TDC-4 Two part room temperature curing epoxy with outstanding flexibility and superb adhesion to many rubbers (along with metals, etc). Excellent thermal cycling properties.
X5 One part solvent based contact adhesive. Room temperature curable. Bonds well to most rubber along with many other substrates.
EP21TDC-7 High peel strenth, room temperature curing epoxy. Has an elongation over 300%. Low temperature serviceability.

Packaged the Way You Need It

We offer a wide array of packaging options to speed productivity, minimize waste and save energy including...

  • Quantities from grams to gallons
  • Cans, bottles and jars
  • Cartridges for manual and pneumatic guns
  • Bipaks for field service kits

This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by Master Bond Inc.

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