Aro-Bond® 621 is a fast drying contact adhesive with good heat resistance.
Aro-Bond® 621 is suitable for bonding a variety of materials to sheet timber, metal and some hard plastics.
Aro-Bond® 621 is a fast setting adhesive with good heat resistance and can give excellent adhesion when bonding low surface energy substrates. Aro-Bond® 621 can be used for bonding most plastic films and foils to porous materials such as foam, wood and chipboard.
Ensure that the surfaces to be bonded are smooth, clean and free from dust or other deposits.
SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE. Hold spray gun tip approx. 10 - 15cm from the surface to be covered and apply even coats to both surfaces. Do not allow it to concentrate or puddle in one area. Once adhesive has tacked off, generally within 1 - 3 minutes, contact bond can be made. To apply adequate pressure a pressure roller must be used.
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Consult Material Safety Data Sheet prior to use. Do not store at temperatures over 50°C. Do not thin or reactivate with solvents. Do not incinerate. Keep away from sources of ignition. Test for suitability before use. Avoid exposure to direct sunlight. Do not store directly on concrete floor. For optimum performance, store at 18°C during use, but must always be done above 10°C. When connected, keep valve open and hose pressurised at all times. Do not close valve until ready to connect to new cylinder. Release pressure in hose before disconnection. Always test Aro-Bond® 621 to determine suitability for your particular application prior to use in production. Aro-Bond® 621 should be stored in the original containers in a cool, dry place, at a temperature range of between 5°C and 30°C. In these conditions it has a storage life of 18 months. Aro-Bond® 621 must not be allowed to freeze and ideally should be warmed to at least 15°C before use.
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The Aro-Bond Laminate Roller is a 75m width roller used when laminating with a contact adhesive.