A fast cure polyurethane adhesive
Specialist in the development of structural adhesives and high performance coatings, Lord, a Brazilian subsidiary of the North American Lord Corporation, announces the launch of Lord Fusor 2001/2003 NG. Based on polyurethane, the product is suitable for bonding composites parts in processes characterized by high production rates, for example, in the automotive industry.
In comparison to conventional polyurethane adhesives, Lord Fusor 2001/2003 NG maintains the same open time, but reduces from 2h30 to 45 minutes the handling time.
Due to the much faster cure curve, Lord Fusor 2001/2003 NG provides a considerable increase in productivity, said Andrios de Souza, Lord's sales supervisor.
This characteristic meets one of the main demands of the automakers, target of the new Lord´s adhesive.
It is the ideal product for bonding bumpers, ceilings and panels, among other composites parts present in buses, trucks and agricultural vehicles.
From the point of view of application, Lord Fusor 2001/2003 NG is similar to other polyurethane based adhesives produced by Lord.
Lord has been operating in Brazil since 1972, based in a factory located in Jundiaí (São Paulo). Lord Corporation is a diversified technology and manufacturing company developing highly reliable adhesives, coatings, motion management devices, and sensing technologies that significantly reduce risk and improve product performance. For more than 90 years, Lord has worked in collaboration with our customers to provide innovative oil and gas, aerospace, defense, automotive and industrial solutions. With world headquarters in Cary, N.C., Lord has approximately 3,100 employees in 26 countries and operates 19 manufacturing facilities and 10 R&D centers worldwide. Lord actively promotes STEM education and many other community engagement initiatives.
» Publication Date: 09/08/2018
This project has received funding from the Bio-Based Industries Joint Undertaking under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement Nº 745828