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Posted by Henkel Canada Corporation


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Henkel's Loctite HY 4070 can repair almost anything in a plant quickly.

Traditional repair adhesives usually fall short in at least one area. They’re either not strong enough for the specific application, not fast enough to limit downtime, or not versatile enough to work with different materials. Henkel has the solution. Loctite HY 4070, the company’s universal bonder, can repair almost anything in a plant, quickly. The result: reduced downtime, increased productivity, and major savings to the company’s bottom line.

The advantages

Loctite HY 4070 bonds to most materials, whether it’s metal to metal, metal to plastic, metal to rubber, or plastic to plastic. No other adhesive can match this versatility.

In addition, this universal bonder fixtures in less than 60 seconds and reaches 50 per cent of full handling strength within 30 minutes. This is significantly faster than five-minute epoxies.

Another advantage is HY 4070’s strength. It has good resistance to humidity, chemicals, impact, and vibration, resulting in long-lasting, reliable repairs.

An industry leader

It’s no surprise that this universal bonder comes from the Loctite brand. Henkel is known for its innovation, and its Loctite line of universal bonders is no exception. They have been engineered for substrate versatility, fast cure times and performance. In fact, they can bond almost anything, quickly, and hold up under conditions that can make other adhesives fail — including hauling a 208-ton freight train.

If you’d like to learn more, or request a free sample, contact Henkel today.


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Posted by Henkel Canada Corporation


Traditional repair adhesives usually fall short in at least one area. They’re either not strong enough for the specific... Read more

Contact supplier