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data sheet, safety

A safety data sheet is a document that contains information about the safe handling, storage and disposal of a chemical product. 

Data sheet, technical

A data sheet is a document that contains technical information and specifications about a product, including size, weight, performance, materials, etc.

Decomposition of the adhesive

Adhesive degradation refers to the process by which the adhesive loses its adhesive properties due to aging, chemicals, moisture, or heat. 

Degree of cross-linking

The degree of crosslinking refers to the degree of connection of polymer chains or molecules in a crosslinked material. 


Diffusion is a natural process in which particles or molecules of a substance move from a region of high concentration to a region of low concentration.

Diisocyanate license

The diisocyanate driving license is a training course that teaches the safe handling of isocyanate-containing products and is certification as proof of the training.


Dispersion refers to the distribution of molecules, etc. in a mixture of at least two substances that are insoluble or sparingly soluble in one another.

double cartridge

A double cartridge is specially designed for 2K adhesives. The cartridge divides into 2 separate chambers to store liquids or adhesives and dispense them in the correct mixing ratio.


The German Technical and Scientific Association for Gas and Water (DVGW) is a leading association in Germany dealing with the areas of gas and water supply. 
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