High-strength hot-melt adhesive - Henkel Corp.

May 14, 2011
The adhesive works well in automated solar-panel fabrication.

Terostat MS 500, a high-strength, hot-melt, modified silane adhesive, has high initial tack and immediate handling strength. It adheres to  glass, metal, and plastics without priming, and resists long-term exposure to weather, UV, and damp heat.
The adhesive is highly flexible from -20° to 100°C and compensates for differing rates of thermal expansion between substrates.

Henkel Corp., One Henkel Way, Rocky Hill, CT 06237, (860) 571-5100,

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Work experience: Materials engineer, The Boeing Company; Primary editor for mechanical and fastening & joining.

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