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The adhesive effect plays a crucial role in the production of aluminum honeycomb panels. Different types of adhesive materials and processes have their own characteristics and advantages.
One commonly used adhesive for aluminum honeycomb panels is a polyurethane and epoxy resin reaction curing adhesive. This adhesive offers a simple process and low energy consumption. Polyurethane adhesive is known for its flexibility and temperature resistance. However, it can be sensitive to moisture and has high environmental requirements. On the other hand, epoxy resin adhesive provides good adhesion to aluminum, high temperature resistance, and less sensitivity to moisture. The only drawback is that the film formed by epoxy resin adhesive tends to be brittle, resulting in lower peel strength.
Another adhesive method utilized is the epoxy film process. Although the bonding strength of aluminum honeycomb panels produced with this process might be relatively low, the adhesive properties are excellent. The peel strength of a honeycomb panel with specific dimensions is around 4n/mm, which might seem low. However, the adhesive maintains a strong bond over time, with minimal decrease in peel strength after one year of usage. One disadvantage is that the bonding layer of the aluminum honeycomb panel is somewhat brittle and prone to delamination if subjected to prolonged vibrations.
A more efficient process to produce aluminum honeycomb panels is through the thermoplastic film continuous composite process. This method yields aluminum honeycomb panels with a bonding strength that is 3-5 times higher than those produced through other processes. The measured 180 peel strength for a specific honeycomb panel is approximately 18n/mm. In addition to excellent adhesion and weather resistance, the peel strength also remains stable after one year of use. The advantage of this process is that it enables continuous production and high efficiency, making it suitable for short-term large-volume supply. However, it requires a significant investment in a flat continuous thermal laminating machine.
Surface conditions also have an influence on the bonding effect of aluminum honeycomb panels. The presence of oil, dirt, or loose oxide layers on the surface of aluminum materials can significantly affect the bonding process. Therefore, it is necessary to clean and pre-treat the aluminum surface. Phosphating or chromating the surface forms a dense chemical conversion film, ensuring a strong bonding effect.
As a customer-oriented company, PRANCE strives to offer the best products and services efficiently. With years of experience, PRANCE has developed advanced production technologies such as welding, chemical etching, surface blasting, and polishing. These technologies contribute to the superior performance of the aluminum honeycomb panels produced. PRANCE's aluminum honeycomb panels meet various certifications and are resistant to wear, tear, stretching, stripping, and oxidation. They provide convenience for carrying and repairing while remaining affordable and popular in the market.
With a history of over years, PRANCE has continually improved its management practices, product quality, and production capacity. The company's focus is on providing the best medical equipment and making a valuable contribution to the healthy development of the medical industry. In case a return is required due to product quality issues or mistakes made by PRANCE, customers are guaranteed to receive a 100% refund.
In conclusion, the adhesive effect in the production of aluminum honeycomb panels is critical. Different adhesive materials and processes have their advantages and disadvantages. It is essential to choose the right adhesive method based on factors such as bonding strength, flexibility, resistance to moisture, temperature resistance, and environmental requirements. PRANCE is committed to continuously improving its production technology and delivering high-quality products to meet customer needs.