CRL Loctite® Minute Bond Adhesive and Primer - 50 ml
|Quantity||Standard Price||Sale Price||Your Price|
|Branch Location||STOCK AVAILABILITY|
|Los Angeles, California||33|
|Chicago (Elgin), Illinois||12/15/2023|
|San Francisco/Oakland (Union City), California||12/14/2023|
|New York Area (Secaucus, New Jersey)||1|
|Boston (Taunton), Massachusetts||12/18/2023|
|Seattle (Kent), Washington||12/19/2023|
|Cleveland (Solon), Ohio||12/18/2023|
|Philadelphia Area (Moorestown, New Jersey)||12/15/2023|
|Las Vegas, Nevada||12/14/2023|
|San Diego, California||12/13/2023|
|Carolinas and Virginia, South Carolina||12/19/2023|
Contents1.69 oz. (Adhesive) & 6 oz. (Primer)(50 ml (Adhesive) & 177.4 ml (Primer))
- Superior Holding Power Up to 3000 psi
- Joins Glass to Metal Permanently in Just Seconds
- Clear Color
CRL Loctite® Minute Bond Adhesive permanently bonds non-porous materials such as glass, metal, tile, coated wood, plastics, and nylon with superior strength holding power up to 3,000 psi. The combined Primer and Adhesive two-step application offers handling strength in 10 seconds, 60% full strength in two minutes, and a full cure in 24 hours. Kits contain both adhesive and primer.
NOTE: Minute Bond Adhesive is only recommended for use on non-porous flat surfaces that are to be mated together with a gap of .004" maximum. Where bond gaps are large, up to a maximum of .02", or faster cure speed is required, primer should be applied to both surfaces. Primer should be 72°F (22°C) or warmer.
This product is not normally recommended for use on plastics, particularly thermoplastic materials where stress cracking of the plastic could result. Confirm compatibility of the product with such substrates.
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