Phenolic resin / Polycondensation adhesives

Depending on their composition phenol resins harden at temperatures between 140° and 200° C. In any case the hardening process for phenol resins requires a temperature in excess of 100° C. Phenol resins are distinguished by high adhesion stability and good mechanical properties. They show a excellent heat-resistance up to around 250° C. Phenol resins are ideal in applications where the adhesive layer is subject to very high temperature and other systems starts to breakdown. Ideal where safety considerations have a clear priority. Typical applications are the gluing of brake- and clutch-linings in the vehicle construction.

  • Araldite® Phenol-based polycondensation adhesives