Physical adhesives - definition and examples.

Physical adhesives are those glues that have the base polymer already formed but dissolved, requiring the application of physical effects such as temperature or pressure to generate the phenomenon of adhesion and cohesion of the adhesive.

The main difference compare chemical curing adhesives over physical curing adhesives is that the chemical curing adhesive polymer is formed by a series of chemical reactions, while the physical curing adhesives already have the polymer.

Physical curing adhesive composition:

The physical curing adhesives have a mechanical properties and resistance to environmental and physical effects (temperature, radiation) lower than the chemical curing adhesives.

Properties of physical curing adhesives:

Below there is a list of all the physical curing adhesives:

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