SPDI Compbond 7422 - Methacrylate and Methacrylic Adhesives

SPDI Compbond 7422 - Methacrylate and Methacrylic Adhesives
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Methacrylate and Methacrylic Adhesives are commonly used as structural adhesives due to their excellent strength, impact resistance, thermal shock, fatigue resistance, and peel strength. This line of high-performance two-part adhesives can be used in a wide variety of applications. They are made from thermoset adhesives formulations that give excellent structural properties to bond a wide variety of durable substrates.

Applications:

High performance with medium working time. Excellent adhesion to a wide variety of plastic composites and metal surfaces.

Features:

  • High-strength adhesive
  • Quick settling time
  • Withstands paint bake cycles at 220 to 230°c for up to 35 min. without losing strength
  • Combinates of convenience, ease of use, and superior mechanical strength
  • Variety of colors

Installation:

SPDI Compbond Methacrylate and Methacrylic Adhesives are a two-part, No-Mix Structural Adhesive System. Simply apply the adhesives to one surface, the activator to the other, and join parts together. The fixture time will range from 60 seconds to 5 minutes depending upon the grade.

Technical Specifications:

  • Color: Cream, Blue or Black
  • Packaging: 
    • 50 ml
    • 380 ml
    • 490 ml
    • 18 kg
    • 182 kg
  • Viscosity, cps:
    • R: 100,000 - 125,000
    • B: 50,000 - 70,000
    • Working Time (min.): 17 - 22
    • Fixture time (min.): 35 - 40
    • Tensile Elongation (%): 80 - 100
    • Shear Strength (psi): 1,750 - 2,300

    Use with care! Since the human skin is naturally moist, sometimes users end up sticking their fingertips or fingers with the substrate of the application.

    If you do not find the type of adhesive or the capacity of packaging you are looking for, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at 1-800-977-7292 or via email at sales@cureuv.com

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