Adhesive for bonding rubber and printing table

 

Ltd. "Reklamnaya sreda" offers heat resistant adhesive for printed tables and rubber.

One advantage of this glue is that after 2 hours after completion of the work can start production. When the adhesive is immune to temperatures up to 90 C. The shelf life of 4 years of glue in stock in a closed room.

Preparation of material:

  • ambient temperature and material from + 10 C to + 45 C;
  • avoid direct sunlight and temperatures below the dew point (formation of condensation);
  • surface: dry, with no chemicals, grease and oil
  • metal to clean rust (preferably) by blasting (DIN 55928; SA 2,5) or grinding, then otsherohovat - recommended depth sherohovki least 30 microns. to remove the fat from the treated surface, use detegrentom TIP TOP. Apply one coat of TIP TOP METAL PRIMER PR 300. Give completely dry;
  • rubber: otsherohovat thoroughly (so as not to remain smooth areas), remove dust dry;
  • fabric: otsherohovat evenly balances rubber carefully otsherohovat tissue (so as not to damage), remove dust dry.

Preparation of the mixture:

The required amount of glue SC 2000 with hardener thoroughly UT-R 20 (4% weight fraction) to obtain a homogeneous mixture. The mixture was used within 2 hours (pot life)

Adhesive application:

Surface coat evenly with two thin layers of each. The first layer to dry completely (a minimum drying time of 30 minutes by metal 1 hour). The second layer to dry for so long, until it reaches the low level of stickiness (check the back of the finger). In the case of drying cause additional layer.

Consumption per square meter:

Using a single application, it is necessary approximately 400 g/m2 - for metal or rubber with a bonding layer, 500 g/m2 - for sherohovannuyu and vulcanized rubber, 750 g/m2 - for sherohovannuyu tissue.

Bonding:

The planes are designed to glue to put one over the other so that no air bubbles could be formed, and then strongly prikatat or press.

Storage features:

4 years in a warehouse in a closed room, in the relevant DIN 7716.

Warning:

This guide was developed based on practical experience. For failure to account for all existing material, as well as various and beyond our work environment, we recommend that you always carry a sufficient number of preliminary experiments!

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