Loctite 3494 Light Cure Adhesive - Part # 30765 - 25mL Syringe

Loctite 3494 Light Cure Adhesive - Part # 30765 - 25mL Syringe
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Brand: Loctite

SKU: 191773

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Light Cure Adhesive 30765 25mL Syringe

Loctite 3494 is a high transparency, low yellowing, durable, very high viscosity, instant 25mL UV/visible light cure acrylic-based adhesive. The 3494 Light Cure adhesive cures in seconds upon exposure to ultraviolet radiation of 365nm to form an impact-resistant bond which exhibits excellent resistance to prolonged humidity or water immersion.

Typical Usage: Loctite 3494 has shown excellent adhesion to a wide variety of substrates including glass, ceramics, many plastics, and most metals. Typical applications include bonding and sealing or potting applications of glass to itself or other materials, such as rough surface decorative glass, molded glass tableware items or automotive lighting components.

Benefits:
  • High-speed cure on demand
  • Very high viscosity
  • High transparency and low yellowing
  • 1-part system
  • Tack free time: > 30 seconds
  • Fixturing time: 8 seconds

For discounted case pricing, item must be purchased in multiples of 10.

Other Known Part Numbers:
  • 30765
  • 079340-30765
  • 079340307650
  • 235070
Loctite 3494 - 25mL Adhesive MSDS (PDF)

Loctite 3494 - 25mL Adhesive TDS (PDF)

Specifications:
  • Applications: Acrylic Substrates
  • % Elongation @ break: 190%
  • Color/Appearance: Light Straw, Clear, Transparent Liquid
  • Cure Type: UV or Visible Light
  • Key Characteristics: Fast curing speed, high viscosity, repositionable, no mix required, moisture cure resistant
  • Number of Components: 1-Part
  • Physical Form: Liquid
  • Shear Strength, Grit Blasted Steel to Glass (psi): 2,440
  • Shore Hardness Durometer: 65
  • Shore Hardness Scale: D
  • Substrates: Glass, Metal
  • Technology: Acrylic
  • Viscosity (Brookfield mPa.s (cP)): 5,500
  • Viscosity Temperature (°C): 25°
  • Viscosity Temperature (°F): 77°
  • Tensile Strength: 3,270 psi at break
  • Specific Gravity: 1.02

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