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Etching primer P591
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3M™ All Purpose Sealant Primer P591 Details - Promotes adhesion and improves bond integrity - Exceptional performance on acrylics, polycarbonates and polyester - Improves bond durability on medium and low surface energy surfaces - For use with or without 3M™ Adhesion Promoter AP596 3M™ All Purpose Sealant Primer P591 is a black, one-part formulation that helps to improve adhesion of polyurethane and hybrid adhesive sealants. This versatile black primer is an Isocyanate- and solvent-based primer developed initially for acrylics, polycarbonate and polyester bonding applications. Meets FMVSS212 crash test standard. Exceptional Performance on Acrylics, Polycarbonates and Polyester As versatile as it is effective, 3M™ All Purpose Sealant Primer P591 works as well on substrates like metal, glass, plastics, wood and concrete as it does on acrylics, polycarbonate and polyester substrates. This primer is a low viscosity adhesion promoter (PDF, 45.91 Kb) designed for use with the 3M™ 500-Series Polyurethane Adhesives/Sealants and 3M™ Silane Modified Polymer 700-Series Adhesive Sealants, as well as the 3M™ Polyurethane Glass Adhesive Sealant 590 with or without 3M™ Adhesion Promoter AP596. 3M™ All Purpose Sealant Primer P591 prepares surfaces to maximize bonding. Bonding and sealing keeps moisture out and supports structural integrity. For optimum performance, use with 3M™ Adhesive Sealants 550 and 590 on typical substrates like fiberglass, PVC, polycarbonate, aluminum, stainless steel, cold rolled steel and glass.


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