Loctite produces the structural bonding and sealing adhesives that famous for the production extra high bond strengths that which have longer life span as well as dependability on different applications and substrates. They are particularly designed and engineered to meet great ranges of the industrial bonding and sealing companies. They may also be required by the assembly companies. They are considered to be the most reliable structural adhesives. For over sixty years, Loctite has been providing the highest quality of adhesives which have been very supportive to all industries. The sealing methods have been showing many benefits and advantages when compared to the joining methods. The advantage of the sealing methods is that they have the ability to distribute stress all over the surface. This has the advantage of affecting the static and the dynamic strengths in a positive manner. The adhesive bonding is able to achieve uniform distribution as well as absorption of loads of stress. Adhesive bonding ensures that it does not change the texture of the material which have been joined together. The high temperatures that are as a result of welding may change the texture and the properties of a material. Fastening and riveting may also affect the ways in which the surface of the material appears.
The sealing materials also have an advantage of saving on weight. This is because the sealing materials are famous for their lightweight particularly when they are used in construction of walls that are thin and their parts need to be joined. The adhesives are particularly used for sealing of joints. They particularly prevent loss of liquids and pressure, blocking the penetration of water that has been condensed as well as protection against corrosion. The liquid sealants are mainly used to offer flexibility so that they may have the ability to fit the vast requirements of most of the applications. The adhesives are also used in joining materials that are not similar and at the same time be able to prevent corrosion. Prevention of corrosion is mainly achieved through the formation of an insulation film between the different metals that are being joined. In some occasions, it acts as an insulator of electricity and heat and also prevents leakage of gases. Additionally, when the adhesives are fully cured, they ensure that they have sealed to the burst strength of most of the available pipe systems.
In addition, when designing the bonded joints, the surfaces that are to be joined should be very large so that they may have the ability to transmit maximum load. Equal distribution of forces on the surface should also be insured.