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H.B. Fuller’s family of UV and light curable materials use artificial ultraviolet light to rapidly cure the adhesive after application. These versatile products offer several advantages, including capability in high-speed automation, adhesion to a wide range of materials, and excellent end-use performance. They are excellent for bonding metal, plastic, PVC, PC, ceramic, and glass, such as appliances, electronics, reinforcement, and instant, general-purpose bonding. Formulated for bonding, coating and encapsulating, these adhesives are ideal for applications that require thermal cycling reliability, impact strength, vibration reliability, environmental resistance, and biocompatibility. Our UV and light curable materials offer high process flexibility with materials for direct UV/light cure and dual cure materials capable of secondary moisture, heat, anaerobic and room temperature cure.

Advantages of H.B. Fuller’s UV and light curable adhesives and encapsulants:

  • An extensive platform of variable-viscosity, acrylic-based, UV curable adhesives to expand the range of bonding applications
  • Products specially formulated for adhesion to metal, ceramic, glass, plastic, PC, and PVC
  • Fast cure for high-speed production
  • Expertise to formulate products for special applications
  • Innovative product packaging that enables performance consistency
  • A world-class team of sales, service and technical professionals to assist you with making the right adhesive choice

EA6039

  • UV cure bonding a wide variety of substrates including glass, many plastics and most metals
  • This product has shown excellent adhesion and flexibility
  • Non-sag, UV-curable, high strength, high flexibility, adhesive
  • High speed dispensable and jettable
  • Excellent adhesion to a wide range of substrates
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EA6039
Used for general uv cure adhesive with excellent bond strength, adhesion, and flexibility stacking and corner bonding electronics component and bonding glass, plastics, and many metals
Acrylic | Modified Acrylate | Reactive Chemistry | UV cure

EA6042

  • Medium viscosity, high performance, flexible UV-curable adhesive and encapsulant
  • Tack free surface finish
  • Excellent precision dispensing and jetting performance and electrical insulation performance
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EA6042
Used for bonding to fr4, elecronic components, glass, many plastics and many metals
Modified Acrylate | Reactive Chemistry

EA6062

  • 1 part acrylate uv cure CIPG
  • Form in Place, UV cure urethane-acrylate sealant
  • Excellent compressibility, elastic recovery, and low compression set
  • Easy to apply 100% solids
  • Excellent dimensional stability after dispensing
  • Form/Cure in Place, non-sag, UV cure urethane-acrylate sealant
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EA6062
Used for resealable gasketing and sealing applications where accessibility and serviceability are high priorities uc cure cipg gasket material
Acrylate | Acrylic | Reactive Chemistry | UV cure

EA6114

  • Medium viscosity, high performance, UV/moisture dual cure adhesive/encapsulant with rapid moisture curing
  • High adhesion strength, excellent flexiblity, tack free surface finish
  • Excellent precision dispensing and jetting performance and electrical insulati
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EA6114
Used for bonding to fr4, elecronic components, glass, many plastics and many metals
Modified Acrylate | Reactive Chemistry

U3320

  • Low viscosity UV-curable adhesive with a tack free surface finish
  • Excellent bonding characteristics on various plastics
  • Ideal for wicking applications and components with close-fitting tolerances
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U3320
Used for bonding plastics especially pet/ petg and polycarbonate
Modified Acrylate | Reactive Chemistry

U3334

  • Medium viscosity, high flexibility, UV-curable adhesive with a tack free surface finish
  • Excellent bonding characteristics on a wide variety of substrates including plastics and glass
  • High elongation and flexibility
  • Excellent impact resistance
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U3334
Used for bonding plastics particular effective on polycarbonate, glass and pet/petg
Modified Acrylate | Reactive Chemistry

U3337

  • Medium viscosity, high flexibility, UV-curable adhesive with a tack free surface finish
  • Excellent bonding characteristics on a wide variety of plastics
  • High strength and flexibility
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U3337
Used for bonding plastics and applications with dissimilar substrates
Modified Acrylate | Reactive Chemistry

U3342

  • Low viscosity, UV-curable adhesive
  • Excellent bonding a wide variety of plastics, glass and ceramics
  • Excellent balance of strength, flexibility and impact resistance
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U3342
Used for bonding a variety of plastics, glass and ceramics and is particularly effective on pmma and polycarbonate, and dissimilar substrates
Modified Acrylate | Reactive Chemistry

U3345

  • Medium viscosity, UV-curable adhesive
  • Excellent bonding a variety of plastics, glass and ceramics
  • Excellent balance of strength, flexibility and impact resistance
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U3345
Used for bonding plastic, glass and metal and applications with similar and dissimilar substrates
Modified Acrylate | Reactive Chemistry

U3349TX

  • Non-sag, UV-curable adhesive with a tack free surface finish
  • Excellent bonding a variety of plastics
  • Excellent balance of strength, flexibility and impact resistance
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U3349TX
Used for bonding plastics and applications with similar and dissimilar substrates
Modified Acrylate | Reactive Chemistry

U3356

  • High viscosity, UV-curable adhesive with a tack free surface finish
  • Excellent for bonding a wide variety of plastics, glass, and metals
  • Excellent for potting and encapsulation
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U3356
Used for bonding plastic, glass and metals
Modified Acrylate | Reactive Chemistry

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