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Adhesive Bonded (Cemented) Joint

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Adhesive Bonded (Cemented) Joint

Adhesive Bonded (Cemented) Joint is a type of mechanical joint that uses a bonding material such as glue, epoxy, or resin to join two surfaces together. The adhesive fills the gaps between the surfaces and forms a strong bond, creating a permanent connection. This type of joint is commonly used in various applications, including construction, engineering, and manufacturing.

  • Up to 1,200 mm, Pressure up to 70 bar.
  • The restrained Joint does not require thrust blocks.
  • Can be installed aboveground as well as buried.

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