Aro-Bond® PC22 is a high viscosity, high strength cyanoacrylate adhesive.
Aro-Bond® PC22 is designed for the bonding of most plastics, rubbers and other common substrates.
Aro-Bond® PC22 is recommended for use on assemblies where parts are not close fitting, for uneven or porous surfaces, or when time is required to align parts before curing. Aro-Bond® PC22 will also bond metal components, fabrics, ceramic and leather. Difficult plastics such as polyolefins can be treated with primer to achieve acceptable bonds.
Ensure that the surfaces to be bonded are smooth, clean and free from dust or other deposits. Apply adhesive sparingly to one surface, align the components and bring the surfaces together quickly. Apply sufficient clamping pressure to ensure the adhesive spreads out effectively. Allow to fully cure before applying load or stress. Excess adhesive can be carefully cleaned up with solvents such as acetone.
Use with proper ventilation.
Avoid contact with skin and eyes.
If contact with skin occurs, rinse with warm water or dissolve gradually with appropriate debonder.
Do not try to remove forcibly.
If adhesive gets into eye, keep eye open and rinse thoroughly. Seek medical attention immediately.
Keep well out of reach of children.
Aro-Bond® PC22 should be stored in the original containers in a cool, dry place, at a temperature range of between 5°C and 7°C. In these conditions it has a storage life of at least 12 months.
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