Methyl Methacrylates are structural strength adhesives suited for applications requiring dynamic load bearing, high impact and vibration resistance. They are different from other 2C adhesives in their ability to cure in off mix ratio as well. They often exceed the strength of regular epoxies while curing rapidly, making themselves highly versatile products.

Crestabond M1 Series Methacrylate

M1 series of Crestabond methacrylate adhesives are 10:1 mix ratio structural grade medium to high strength adhesives with high elongation and high gap fill upto 50mm. They are non-sag on vertical surfaces

Crestabond M7 Series Methacrylate

M7 series of Crestabond methacrylate adhesives are 1:1 mix ratio structural grade high strength adhesives with low elongation. They are especially developed to bond difficult metals and plastics such as galvanised steel, zinc coated metals, chrome plated metals and SMC, BMC, Nylon and pultruded GRP.

Crestabond Polyolefin bonding Methacrylate

Crestabond PP-04 is formulated especially for bonding PP, PE, PTFE and TPO which are otherwise not possible to bond with standard grade adhesives. PP-04 bonds these low surface energy plastics with themselves or with other metals and plastics.

Frequently asked questions

There are many advantages that a methacrylate adhesive offers over an epoxy adhesive.For instance, MMA achieves strength rapidly,needs little or no surface preparation and can bond plastics as well as metals with equal ease.They also have much higher peel strength than an epoxy adhesive.

Mostly MMAs are colored products making them unsuitable to bond transparent parts,howeverLoxeal laboratories have sucessfully rolled our transparent MMA such as AC5004 that not only provide tenacious bond strength but a fully transparent bondline.
We have introduced a range of products that are well suited for powder coating process.As an example take EL-801PC, a methacrylate adhesives that cures rapidlyand can be passed through seven tank surface preparation procss before being powder coated upto 200°C, all only after an hour of room temperature curing.