Lubricant Care and Maintenance Workshop LOCTITE Bike Loctite company began in 1953, in the basement laboratory of Dr. Vernon Krieble at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. This entrepreneurial chemistry professor developed a system of inhibition of polymerization with an original gluing resin that hardened in the absence of air. Born the anaerobic sealant. Loctite® makes its official debut at a press conference held at the University Club in New York on July 26, 1956. At that time, the promise of solving the age-old problem of loose nuts and bolts of machines and equipment ( a problem customers had long filed unsolvable) led to an incredible flow of inquiries. In the 60 it was developed cyanoacrylate Loctite® brand (CA or Super Attak), an industrial adhesive component, which cures at room temperature. The initial development of silicones, epoxy resins and acrylic adhesives, followed by subsequent generations anaerobic and cyanoacrylate Loctite. Throughout its history, Loctite® has continuously created markets by discovering opportunities where no one thought existed. From its founding, based on a product that solved an "unsolvable" problem, Loctite® has achieved success through innovation. In 1997 Loctite has been acquired by Henkel became a leading brand.
Threadlocking Adhesive - medium strength. General purpose. Suitable for all metal threaded assemblies. LOCTITE 243 is a general purpose threadlocker of medium bond strength. This threadlocker secures and seal bolts, nuts and studs to prevent loosening due to vibration. The product works on all meta
Retaining Compound - high strength. High temperature resistance. Ideal for retention of parts with a clearance or interference fit. LOCTITE 648 is designed for the bonding of cylindrical fitting parts. The product cures when confined in the absence of air between close-fitting metal surfaces and pr