When To Use BP Blue

BP Blue, the one-step adhesive for bonding long string polymers

BP Blue – solving polymer bonding for manufacturers.

For manufacturers, BP Blue, the one-step adhesive for long string polymers may solve one or more critical problems.  Without the use of an adhesion promoter, BP Blue will bond most long string polymers, including; polyethylene (PE), polypropylene (PP), polyurethane, Nylon 6,6, Nylon 7,7, Nylon 6,12, Teflon®, UHMW’s, Delrin®, poly-carbonates, etc.  If a manufacturer needs to bond a long string polymer to itself or to another long string polymer BP Blue.

BP Blue has been successfully used in the prosthetics, dental, automotive and medical industries, among others.  Because BP Blue is a structural adhesive, its bonds will not degrade over time.  For those companies interested in cosmetic appearance, BP Blue dries clears.  Performance and appearance, a winning combination.

When to use BP Blue versus the “Bonding Poly Process™”?

A good question with a fairly straight-forward answer.  BP Blue is only recommended for bonding long string polymer to long string polymer or to bond a long string polymer to another long string polymer.  When working with elastomers or cross-bonding different substrate or when you have very difficult applications, our  patented Polymer Bonding Process will produce a stronger bond.   However, in manufacturing environments, the one-step nature of BP Blue’s application process makes it a more cost effective solution.

For individuals trying BP Blue, using our Activator/Accelerator (A/A) and letting the A/A dry before bringing the two surfaces together will produce a stronger bond.  Or, if you need more work time, use BP Blue to bond the two surfaces together and then spray the seam with AA.  Either technique will produce a stronger chemical reaction.  A stronger chemical reaction produces a stronger bond.

A link  to purchase BP Blue appears below.

BP Blue Long String Polymer Adhesive

If you have any questions about BP Blue and its applications, please call 877 565 7225.

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