Thread adhesive, otherwise known as anaerobic adhesive, was originally used only for connecting threads and screws, but today its use is increasingly
Action of thread glue
How does thread glue harden the connections between the elements?
All thanks to the chemical reaction taking place between glue and metal ions. As a result, the glue loses contact with oxygen. This is the result of polymerization, which creates a strong, load-resistant connection.
Importantly, such a combination is not difficult to disassemble at all, and is also resistant to the passage of time, oils, lubricants or water.
Depending on your needs, you can choose an adhesive with a given bonding strength:
- called universal, which is applicable to the screws replaced from time to time.
- permanently connecting the screw and preventing it from unscrewing.
It is worth having it in your home must-have!