Ceramic fiberboard is applicable to the high-temperature field with steel strength requirements for products, but sometimes there will be some yellowing phenomenon, which actually has a certain impact on our use. It will not only affect the aesthetics, but also have some impact on its use effect. What are the reasons for its yellowing? The following mainly introduces the reasons.


1. If the external neutral transparent adhesive is used together with acid glass adhesive, it may turn yellow after curing.
2. The yellowing of ceramic fiberboard is mainly caused by the crosslinking agent and tackifier in the neutral glue. The reason is that these two raw materials have “amino groups”, which are very easy to cause yellowing. Therefore, many imported glass adhesives also turn yellow.
3. It may be caused by the long storage time of the glue or the reaction between the glue and the substrate.
The yellowing of ceramic fiberboard may be caused by the raw materials in neutral glue or improper use and storage, but in the final analysis, no matter what it is, we need good maintenance and timely treatment.

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