You now know that you have your adhesives. They are pretty much good enough for most tricky surfaces to which no other suitable alternative could be applied. Things slip off and never stay in one place. And you can hardly be expected to tie things up because that doesn’t seem to make sense either. You cannot tie two steel pylons together as though you were lacing up your work boots. But you could keep things together with your miracle steel adhesives.
The thing about these steel adhesives is that you would hardly have noticed. It is like nothing is actually holding two parts together. But such is the case. Of course there are now a number of candidates doing the rounds as your to be qualified super-glues. But is the use of such glues even practical. They may hold materials as formidable as steel together but the hold will still only be temporary. And so it goes that the hunt went on until new and sustainable solutions could be found.
Epoxy is one of those solutions. It is a miracle solution because you try. Just you try to pry the epoxy apart. It would require considerable force at best, force that goes beyond what human strength is capable of. Epoxy is no glue of that you can be sure, but it does hold materials like steel together. Anything stronger? Probably not invented yet? Anyway, epoxy does more than just hold heavy materials together.
It acts as a shield. It could protect something as formidable as steel if needs be. And it is coming along as a rapid replacement, particularly as an effective flooring system. An epoxy flooring system certainly makes more sense than cement. It is never brittle and so easy to maintain.