Permabond Launches New Highly Flexible Cyanoacrylate Range - Elongation up to 400%!

September 13, 2018







Permabond is stretching the boundaries of cyanoacrylate flexibility with a new range of truly flexible, stretchy, instant adhesives. Traditionally, cyanos described as "flexible" are rubber toughened, making them less brittle than standard cyanoacrylates, but with elongation of up to 400%, these new flexible cyanoacrylates really do take flexibility to another level with Shore hardness ranging from A60 to D50. They form clear, colourless bonds and are available in a range of viscosities, from water thin to thixotropic gel.  




Features & Benefits of Flexible Cyanoacrylates:

  • Single part

  • Solvent-free

  • Room temperature moisture cure – no equipment needed

  • Bond plastics, metals, rubbers, glass, composite, and more

  • Clear, colourless appearance

  • Highly flexible

  • Various viscosities

  • High elongation

  • Good thermal shock resistance

  • Excellent impact resistance

  • Good resistance to non-polar solvents

Ideal for:

  • Bonding silicone. For best results apply Permabond POP to the silicone prior to bonding with Permabond Flexible Cyanoacrylate

  • Bonding swabs. Soft porous foam is bonded to the applicator handle without being able to feel the bond line.

  • Threadlocking plastic fasteners, providing impact and vibration loosening resistance.

  • Bonding flexible rubber trim or splicing gaskets with no bond line hardness.

  • Flexible cable strain relief

  • Conveyor systems

  • Expansion joints, bellows

  • Film props and special effects

  • Prosthetics

Download our Flex CA brochure or watch our YouTube video to see just how flexible these products are:


Individual 20g bottles are available from our online shop for trial/sampling purposes.


For further technical assistance, please contact Permabond and we would be delighted to help.

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