Pacer Technology Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and distribution of retail private label adhesives and sealants. It offers super glues, epoxies, stationery adhesives, adhesive clip organizers, automotive RTV silicone, automotive adhesives and cold weld compounds, thread locking compounds, solvent cements, anaerobics, and other industrial grade products. The company serves grocery retailers, extreme value discount stores, club or warehouse stores, military commissaries, wholesalers, mass merchants, dollar stores, supercenters, CVS, drug stores, distributors, professional cosmetic companies, dentist professionals, industrial usage companies, hobby and industrial markets, and automotive maintenance suppliers in the United States and internationally. Pacer Technology Inc. was formerly known as Pacer Technology & Resources Inc. and changed its name to Pacer Technology Inc. in March 1984. The company was founded in 1975 and is based in Rancho Cucamonga, California.
There is a Pacer Industrial adhesive for almost every application and every substrate or surface to be bonded or joint to be sealed.
For rapid structural bonding of metals, plastics, ceramics, wood, leather, and most other substrates in all types of assemblies.
Pacer Anaerobic Threadlocking and Threadsealing Compounds
For equipment OE assembly and for maintenance and repair of machinery and equipment
For weather resistant and high performance structural bonding and repair for rigid filling and sealing applications on virtually any substrate.
Range of Formulations
Pacer anaerobic product line includes all the popular products used in industry today. Standard grades, oil tolerant grades, high temperature grades, high strength grades, and low strength grades are available.
Pacer's Silicone Sealants and Gasket Makers
For high performance flange and joint sealing.
Pacer Technology is a leading manufacturer and supplier of high-performance glues, adhesives, and epoxies sold to consumer, hobby, automotive, and industrial customers. The company is best known as the maker of Super Glue, a classic adhesive brand acquired in 1994. The 1998 acquisition of Cook Bates Inc. nearly doubled Pacer's size. Cook Bates is a leading manufacturer of nail care products such as pumice stones, emery boards, tweezers, scissors, and nail clippers, which are sold under brand names such as Gem, Kurlash/Diamon Deb, Oleg Cassini, and Brut. Pacer covers five key areas of retailing: discounting chains, drug chains, supermarket chains, hardware and home centers, and hobby and craft outlets. Pacer also maintains licensing agreements to produce products 'behind the scenes' for other brand names. Pacer's products are sold in 75,000 U.S. retail outlets including Wal-Mart, Kmart, Target, The Home Depot, Walgreens, and Eckerd. While the company's sales have risen sharply in the late 1990s and early 2000s, its profits have declined, due in part to costs associated with the integration of its Cook Bates facilities.