Industrial adhesives are substances capable of bonding contact surfaces between two solids, whether they are materials of the same or different nature. Today, the use of industrial adhesives is increasing rapidly in many types of applications, constituting a major revolution in traditional fixing methods. Increasingly, mechanical fixings are being replaced by chemical fixings. We can find them in applications for the manufacturing of bridges, vehicles, ships, trains, buses, wind turbine blades, solar panels, aircraft, etc. that incorporate these bonding processes with industrial adhesives in their manufacturing. Thanks to their excellent properties, adhesives are now a fundamental part of the industry.
Multiple comprehensive reports estimate the global adhesives and sealants market to be worth upwards of $70 billion by 2025, growing with an average rate of
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