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Extreme Adhesives LLC

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63 Epping Road
Raymond, NH 03077
About Extreme Adhesives LLC
  • EXTREME Adhesives, LLC is a division of Royal Adhesives & Sealants, LLC, South Bend, IN, is a premier supplier of high tech product assembly adhesives, methyl methacrylate, anaerobic and cyanoacrylate adhesives for the assembly, maintenance and repair, architectural and signage markets.
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Products by Extreme Adhesives LLC
  • Cyanoacrylate Adhesives

    Cyanoacrylate Adhesives, more commonly known as "Super Glue", offer very rapid set times with good durability on a wide range of materials. They are very effective on smaller parts made from rubber, most plastics, wood, and metals. They are usually used as one-part adhesives but accelerators are... Read more
  • Hot Melt Adhesives

    These materials are dispensed at higher temperatures and cure quickly as they cool. Excellent for high volume applications if you are bonding glass, metal, foams, fabrics, wood and a variety of packaging materials. Hot melts offer high solvent / fragrance resistance for a wide variety range of... Read more
  • Epoxy Adhesives

    Best for wood, masonry, stone, and metals Available in two-part or one-part, both room temperature and heat curable formulations, epoxy adhesives provide high strength bonds on a wide variety of substrates. The bond can often times be stronger than the parts being bonded. Epoxies are very tough... Read more