Project Announcement: Consolidation of Adhesives and Sealants Phase II

The U.S. Army seeks to develop high-strength, high-elongation, corrosion-resistant adhesives with a low curing temperature (under 80 degrees Fahrenheit). These adhesives are intended for use with lightweight composite materials, some of which experience degradation at higher curing temperatures. The U.S. military and the manufacturing industry are transitioning away from traditional industrial metals to new substances, […]

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