6.5.3 CA-Acrylic 10:1 General Applications

  • Manufacturing process aid
  • General maintenance and emergency repair
  • Plastic tank repair
  • Vehicle repair and maintenance
  • Automotive interiors
  • Electrical and optical systems
  • Wire tacking
  • General bonding
  • Signage and label bonding
  • Threadlocker for plastic components
  • Bonding prefabricated building panels

6.6 Anaerobic Adhesives

Anaerobic adhesives were made commercially viable in 1953 by a chemist in Connecticut called Professor Vernon K. Krieble; whose single component curing formula started a new era of bonding possibilities. Initially developed as threadlockers, anaerobic formulations resulted in a new era of mechanical reliability by preventing vibrational loosening of mechanical fasteners; however, new solutions and applications were developed on this technology including thread sealants, gasketing and retaining compounds and several structural bonders.

Table of contents


have already
signed up

Award winning manual

Platinum Award for LOCTITE®X Digital Manual

The Digital Manual is for professionals by professionals

The manual is made entirely for you. However, if you’re still not convinced that free industry knowledge is for you, take a look at these user testimonials from the users of the manual.

"The topics are such that I can help take design related decisions very well at work. It's an interesting and knowledgeable read, I recommended my other colleagues to have a look at the manual as well."

Hanumant, Production Incharge

"The manual's chapters significantly enhanced my comprehension of various engineering topics. The manual adeptly presents explanations and examples of concepts, showcasing a high level of clarity and effectiveness in its content."

Tejas, Mechanical Engineer from a renowned Engineering College

"The release of this manual by a renowned brand such as Loctite has proven to be highly motivating for students. Its authentic content serves as a source of inspiration, encouraging students to engage actively in reading and learning."

Padmakar Deshmukh, Professor at an Engineering College