Adtech® 470 is a low viscosity, clear weld cement for bonding acrylic to itself and to other substrates.
Bonds made with Adtech® 470 are often stronger than the materials being joined.
Adtech® 470 is well proven and established in a wide cross-section of industries such as automotive and coach-building, boat building, shop fitting and bar fitting trades, the furniture and leather goods industries, where it is used to bond a wide variety of materials.
Ensure that the surfaces to be bonded are smooth, clean and free from dust or other deposits.
Supplied ready for use, it is best applied by brush or bottle with a suitable dosing tip or syringe. All surfaces to be adhered must be dry and free from grease. Degrease with a suitable degreaser. If the adhesive is “wicked” into the joint, slight forward and backwards motion until the adhesive “bites” will speed up the cure. Ideally, a pressure of 80 kilos per square metre should be applied over the bonded area. Care should be taken to avoid excess cement outside the bonding area. The cement is very aggressive so any excess could cause smearing on the acrylic and should be soaked up with tissue or similar and not wiped. Wiping could result in smearing the surface of the acrylic quite badly. Large face to face surfaces will be a problem as the solvent has to evaporate. Too large an area may result in the solventing cement inside the joint gradually eating through the substrate.
Consult Material Safety Data Sheet prior to use.
Adtech® 470 should be stored in the original containers in a cool, dry place, at a temperature range of between 5°C and 25°C.
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