Epoxy Adhesive Strength Test | 3M Extreme Applications

Epoxy Adhesive Strength Test | 3M Extreme Applications

Watch as we demonstrate 3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Epoxy Adhesive’s strength and durability by lifting a shipping container under extreme conditions.

It begs the question: “Will it hold?” 3M epoxy adhesive bares the 14,550 pound load for 18+ hours, demonstrating its ability to resist distortion over extended periods of time and in cold temperature conditions.

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Comments

Anubis73 says:

How well does it hold up to a sudden shock such as a drop onto a hard surface?

DARK OVERLORD says:

THAT’S SOME PRETTY IMPRESSIVE ADHESIVE.
WONDER IF IT WOULD HOLD WHOOPI GOLDBERG’S MOUTH SHUT? LOL !

darthvader5300 says:

Under winter, how arctic and antarctic, tropical, temperate and desert conditions? How really long beyond 18 hours? How many years, decades, etc. Under all kinds of climate and weather conditions, urban and rural conditions. This test is not extensive and intensive.

Ayoub Errami says:

Tcheeeetiiiing! Thaoes long vertical surfaces in that shape does almost all the job.

Yung Berno says:

Cheating….

tony pham says:

sonofabridge

Chris B says:

One of the things I despise about 3M is their deceiving marketing. The key is in the shape of the coupling, most of the sheer force is being pushed outward against the walls in that channel. Yes, this glue is pretty impressive, but no.. it does not literally hold up a container filled with concrete.