ANAEROBIC FIXING GLUE - 50GR bottle
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Medium viscosity (100cPs) Ethyl Cyanoacrylate adhesive. The formulation is specifically developed for fast and powerful bonding to various materials, including porous materials.
XF100 is specially formulated to bond most common plastics, rubbers, metals and other substrates with very strong adhesion. It is recommended for use on very tight fitting parts with smooth, even surfaces.
(1) ISO 3104/3105
(2) ISO 6922
The cure rate of cyanoacrylates varies depending on the substrates to be bonded. Acidic surfaces like paper and leather will have longer cure times than most plastics and rubbers. Some plastics with very low surface energies, such as polyethylene, polypropylene and Teflon®, require the use of a surface preparation agent.
Cyanoacrylates give the best results on parts with a tight fit (very small gap. The product must be applied in a very thin layer to achieve fast cure and strong adhesion. Excessive gaps will slow the cure rate. Cyanoacrylate Activators can be used to significantly increase cure rates.
Cyanoacrylate adhesives require moisture on the substrate surface to initiate the polymerization mechanism. The polymerization rate decreases if the humidity is low. Low temperatures will also decrease the cure rate. All values for cure rate are tested at 21°C.
Activators can be used with cyanoacrylates to accelerate the cure rate. Cure rates of less than 2 seconds can be achieved with most cyanoacrylates. The use of an activator can decrease the bond strength by up to 30%. Part testing is recommended to measure this effect.
Cyanoacrylate adhesives can be used up to a temperature of 90°C. At 90°C the bond strength will be about 70% of the bond strength at 21°C. The bond strength at 100°C is about 50% of the maximum bond strength at 21°C.
Cyanoacrylates retain more than 90% of their strength when heated to 80°C for 90 days and then tested at 21°C. If the bonded joint is heated to 100°C and then tested at 21°C, an adhesion strength of approximately 50% of the original adhesion strength is achieved.
Cyanoacrylates have excellent resistance to most oils and solvents, including motor oil, leaded gasoline, ethanol, propanol and Freon. Cyanoacrylates are not resistant to very high humidity or prolonged dampness.
For safe handling of this product, consult the Product Safety Data Sheet.
Cured Cyanoacrylate can be removed from most substrates, and parts can be disassembled using a release agent. Cyanoacrylate cannot be completely removed from fabrics.
Bonding occurs very quickly, so parts should be checked for proper alignment before bonding. Catalysts may be required if there are large gaps or porous surfaces. Some plastics may require the application of a primer. Make sure that the parts are clean, dry and free of oil and grease. The product is normally applied by hand from the bottle. Apply sparingly to a surface and press the parts together firmly until sufficient strength is achieved. As a general rule, use as little cyanoacrylate as possible; applying too much will result in a slow cure rate and lower bond strength.
Store in a cool area out of direct sunlight. Refrigeration at 5°C optimizes storage stability.
The data contained in this data sheet are typical values and/or typical ranges. These values are based on actual test results and are checked regularly.
The information contained herein is given in good faith and is believed to be reliable; however, it is given as a general indication only. Oprodis cannot assume responsibility for results obtained from the use of their product by persons whose methods are beyond their control. It is the responsibility of the user to determine the suitability of a product or method of use or preparation before using it as indicated in our document; furthermore, the user should observe and adapt the recommended precautions for the protection of personnel and equipment during the handling and use of our products.
Oprodis declines all responsibility for any damage caused by improper use of the product.
Keep out of reach of children. For chemicals, Safety Data Sheet available on request.