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Epoxy Resin – a Material for Stronger Bonds in Industrial and Commercial Uses

By Royceintl Subscribe to RSS | April 11th 2012 | Views:
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True said, “The strong bond of love is a driving force behind many socio-economic concepts”, but in practical terms, one cannot affix bridges and dams with love, it has to be a strong adhesive, chemically mixed in other important elements. This strong adhesive chemical is known as Epoxy resin.

There are two main categories of epoxy resins, which are termed as -

Glycidyl epoxy: to prepare these resins, there is requirement of a condensation reaction

Non-glycidyl epoxy: to form these epoxies, a preoxidation of olefinic double bond is required

These two types are further classified in sub categories as:

Glycidyl epoxy has two classifications such as glycidyl ester and the second one is glycidyl amine.

Non-glycidyl epoxy has two classifications aliphatic and the second classification is cycloaliphatic.

In chemical forms, Epoxy resins are defined as a particle, which contains more than one epoxide group, and these groups are known as oxirane or ethoxyline. This scientifically researched chemical is widely used for many purposes such as in the construction, for the purposes of home repair and maintenance and in some instances this is also used by metal working industries.

However, epoxy based resin is not along competent enough of holding the bond; another catalyzing agent is blended with this resin to harden the resin into a tough adhesive. This particular adhesive has many unmatched properties and those qualities make this adhesive a versatile chemical.

These thermosetting polymers are basically used for high performance coating, encapsulated material. As these resins are blessed with laudable electrical properties, adhesive adaptability with various metals, free from any worry of shrinkage or moisture; hence they are used widely by marine product manufacturers. Below are few common uses of Epoxy Resin

If you are about to paint your walls or windows, use this with your paint and colour protector.

If your little kiddo broke an expensive piece of China, let his adhesive help you in fixing the same.

You must have seen jewellery items like necklace, earring, bracelets, but do you know even jewellers use this chemical to fix the joints.

As we earlier discussed epoxy resin is moisture proof, so mainly boat owners and makers, use this resin to protect their boats (livelihood) from leakage.

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