Designing the adhesion technology of tomorrow
RadiSurf’s Adhesion Technology
Want high performance bonding of metals to dissimilar materials?
Say goodbye to glue. At RadiSurf, we’re re-thinking adhesion.
We create ultra-thin metal surface coatings so they can be secured with plastics through < 100 nm long polymer brushes.
Chemically clean & environmentally friendly, our extremely strong yet seamless bonding can withstand even extreme conditions.
How we work
Why RadiSurf’s Adhesion Technology?
- Strong adhesion even on smooth surfaces – unaffected by surface roughness
- Air- & Water-tight Adhesion interface – surfaces adhered with 20-100 nm thick polymer brushes, invisible to naked eye
- Easy integration into operations – high stability of coated surfaces allows separation of processes
- Suitable for use with convetional welding techniques – conventional techniques can be used for final adhesion (eg. injection molding, solvent welding, etc)
- Chemically clean & environmentally friendly – no harmful chemicals used, adhesion is reversible for easy recycling of components
- Tailored to your specific needs – we are equipped with the knowhow and testing abilities to create the perfect adhesion solution for your specific bonding needs.
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