Gefix S.r.l. at Glass World Exhibition 2009

Gefix is announcing its participation to Glass World Exhibition 2009 exhibition that will be staged at Cairo International Fairground in Egypt from 25 to 28 June, 2009.

Gefix activity is based on the manufacturing and the distribution of adhesives and trading of systems for their application, and it has been operating in the fixing sector for more than twenty years.

Main products range:

-Ultra Violet Adhesives, these products are made of very high transparence, solvent-free resins that polymerise with Ultra Violet rays.

-Bi-component Epoxy Adhesives. Once reaction has taken place, they provide remarkably resistant structural bonding and get especially resistant to tensile stress and various chemical agents. Ideal for glueing metals, glass, ceramics, wood, some plastic etc.

-Cyanoacrylates Adhesives for instant and structural fixing of rubber, metals, ceramics, leather, wood plastics.

-Equipment, 500 watts Ultra Violet Lamps, Dosers, etc.

600450 Gefix S.r.l. at Glass World Exhibition 2009

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