UV Curing Adhesives

UV curing adhesives are distinguished by fast curing with exposure to UV light, typically in 30 seconds. They are most widely used for encapsulation and bonding clear plastics or glass. They range from flexible to rigid.

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Product Color Shore Hardness Features
Vivid Cure 70201 Clear A45 Soft, one part, UV form in place gasket material with excellent moisture resistance and vibration dampening that provides selective release from bonded or coated substrates. Low Viscosity.
Vivid Cure 70211 Clear A43 Soft, one part, UV form in place gasket material with excellent moisture resistance and vibration dampening that provides selective release from bonded or coated substrates. High Viscosity. Material will survive intermittent temperatures up to 150°C.
Vivid Cure 70501 Clear A25 Fast curing, water white, urethane acrylate that is designed to be used as a LCD display interface adhesive. Soft, flexible, low modulus polymer that provides a high amount of bond strength without imparting stress. This product exhibits excellent moisture and yellowing resistance.
Vivid Cure 71131 Clear D67 A Clear Adhesive, low viscosity and rigid durometer. Good Adhesion to polycarbonate
Vivid Cure 71141 Translucent A65-A70 Adhesive for bonding PET/RPET. A Non sag paste, fast curing and flexible urethane acrylate that bonds well to engineered plastics and metal based substrates.
Vivid Cure 71151 Clear D60 Fast curing, water white clear, non yellowing, flowable, rigid encapsulant for LED and other optical applications.
Nexus 71201 Clear D67 General Purpose, flowable encapsulant that provides hard coating protection. Dome Coating.
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Purple D50 Single component, dual cure, UV adhesive/encapsulant for hard to bond plastics. Secondary moisture cure for shadowed areas.
Vivid Cure 86011 Clear D80 An epoxy-based, cationic-curable adhesive and/or sealant. This product is activated by exposure to medium intensity UV radiation resulting in a high strength, chemical resistant, low outgassing polymer system capable of surviving exposure up to 200°C.