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Urethane adhesive Scotch-Weld™ 3532
for metalfor rubberfor ceramics

urethane adhesive
urethane adhesive
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Characteristics

Chemical composition
urethane
Type of substrate
for metal, for rubber, for ceramics, for plastics, for wood, for concrete, for composite materials
Number of components
two-component
Technical characteristics
fast curing

Description

Details Two part urethane delivers extremely tough, semi-flexible bonds Designed for vertical and other applications that require no slumping or sagging of the adhesive bead Low-temperature flexibility Flexible adhesive that is capable of bonding dissimilar substrates Brown color 3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Urethane Adhesive 3532 is a brown, non-sag, two-component polyurethane adhesive. This urethane adhesive has a 10 minute work life for spreading or repositioning. Ideal for bonding dissimilar substrates, such as composites, SMC, FRP, many plastics, ceramic, wood, rubber and metal. Flexible Adhesive Delivers Tough Bonds As compared to one part sealants, 3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Urethane Adhesive 3532 (PDF, 20.79 Kb) is fast-curing, establishes tough bonds and offers low-temperature flexibility. It becomes a non-sag paste upon mixing for accurate and precise handling during application and can be used for bonding dissimilar substrates, such as concrete, ceramic, wood, plastic, rubber and metal. With a 1:1 mix ratio, this urethane adhesive has a 10 minute work life, reaches handing strength in 90 minutes and full cure in 24 hours. Recommended Applications Semi-flexible plastic or composite bonding Flexible for mounting brackets on thin panels or mirrors without read-through Bonding rough fabrics to rubber for conveyor belts Bonding wood, metal or composite door frames to wood or other surfaces

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