Overview adhesive groups

Our range of industrial adhesives is as varied as its applications: Based on various chemical compounds, such as epoxides or acrylates, the adhesives can, in addition to their bonding function, feature various properties such as conductivity and can be cured by various methods.

Our overview provides information about the available product groups:

Epoxy glue from Panacol is beeing cured as conformal coating with LED lamp | © Panacol


Epoxy resin adhesives have many uses in industrial applications.

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Acrylic adhesives

Acrylic adhesives are radically curing mono- or prepolymers.

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Ring with rhinestones, which are fixed with superglue Cyanolit from Panacol | © Panacol

Cyanoacrylate adhesives

Cyanoacrylate adhesives are better known as instant adhesives or superglue.

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Electrically conductive adhesive

Electrically conductive adhesives are usually thermally curing epoxy resin-based or UV-curing acrylate-based adhesives augmented with metallic fillers, such as silver.

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thermally conductive glue from Panacol for heat sink and PCB | © Panacol

Thermally conductive adhesives

Thermal adhesives are synthetic epoxy resins augmented with metallic or inorganic filler materials.

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Penloc 2K adhesive is applied | © Panacol

Structural adhesives

Structural adhesives are usually two-component high-performance adhesives for use in both trade and industrial applications.

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UV adhesives

UV adhesives are acrylate- or epoxy-based resins which polymerize and therefore cure under UV light.

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Mandril with filament winding being uv cured | © Panacol-Elosol

LED adhesives

Unlike gas discharge lamps, LED light sources have a monochromatic light spectrum.

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heat curing glue from Panacol jetted onto PCB as glop top dots | © Panacol

Heat-curing adhesives

In industry, adhesives that cure thermally at room or high temperatures are used mainly for substrates that are not heat sensitive or not transparent and therefore cannot be cured with UV light.

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With the new technology, it is possible to cure black epoxy adhesives with uv light only.

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