Adhesives, for instance, are used in car safety because of their impact-absorbing properties. In other words, they serve as a barrier. They also result in a much more appealing appearance.

Fremont, CA: Given the numerous types of adhesives available, it is no surprise that adhesives are used by the majority of manufacturers across a wide range of industries.

Here are some uses of adhesives in manufacturing, separated by industry.

Applications of Adhesives in the Transportation Industry

Adhesives are used in the transportation industry to make parts for cars, airplanes, and trains, as well as in-vehicle assembly.

Adhesives, for instance, are used in car safety because of their impact-absorbing properties. In other words, they serve as a barrier. They also result in a much more appealing appearance.

HVAC Manufacturing

Adhesives are used in the HVAC industry for both internal and external components.

In this industry, industrial adhesives are used to bond structural components and insulation, increasing the energy efficiency of the manufactured systems.

Construction Material Assembly

For many years, adhesives have been used in the production of building materials. The construction materials industry employs a wide range of adhesives, ranging from solid to hot melt adhesives.

The fact that this industry works with a wide range of materials and specific parts explains the wide range of products used. Adhesives of various types can be used in hybrid constructions, polyurethane constructions, insulation panels, and other applications.

Door and Window Assembly

Adhesives are used in the production of doors and windows. Different adhesives can be designed to bond to specific surfaces, whether the doors and windows are made of wood, PVC, fiberglass, or hybrid aluminum. Our Adbond 8388-1 adhesive, for instance, is ideal for laminate or wood surfaces.