Adhesive Industries

Adhesive is a substance that is able to hold itself together with materials in a functional way due to surface mounting, which resists separation. “Glue” as a general term includes cement, slime, glue, and paste-terms that are often used to refer to the organic material that results in a joint. Adhesives can be made using rubber (natural or synthetic) as the base material. In pressure-sensitive adhesives, rubber can be chosen as the main material because they provide excellent initial viscosity and final adhesion, are compatible with a wide range of materials and surface types, and are particularly effective according to the rules of synthetic materials, work well at low temperatures, and are cost-effective compared to other adhesives .They are best suited for indoor use because they are more susceptible to ultraviolet (UV) light, temperature, moisture, solvents, and chemicals.