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UV701T Low Viscosity UV Adhesives

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SKU UV701T30

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Contents: 30 g

Description

UV701 is a low viscosity, 100% solids, adhesive that forms resilient, high strength bonds coupled with good elasticity, between materials such as glass, steel, aluminum, stainless steel, and many plastics.

  • Ideal for Production of Glass Furniture
  • Cures within Seconds Upon Exposure to UV Light
  • Capillary Action Acceptable Bondline Gap: 0.5 to 1 mil (.0127 to .0254 mm) Tensile/Shear Strength: 1737 psi

More Details

  • Catalog Number: UV701T30
  • Contents: 30 g

Additional Information

Due to its excellent capillary action (low viscosity) it is ideal for glass-to-glass and tempered glass-to-tempered glass bonding, primarily in the construction of showcases and the efficient production of glass furniture. Reduced clean-up time means glass furniture production cycles are done quickly and efficiently.

Bonds prepared with CRL UV701 are optically clear as well as resistant to moisture and yellowing. The adhesive cures within seconds upon exposure to ultraviolet light. The speed of cure depends on the UV intensity as measured at the product surface, as well as the adhesive depth. Store adhesive away from sunlight.

CRL7528 Cleaner and Degreaser provides for optimum adhesion when used first to prepare the glass by removing any dirt and grease that is present.

Note: When bonding plastics, always test first, as not all plastics can be bonded properly. Do not bond any coated parts (powder coated or galvanized) with this adhesive.

Important Notes

Shelf Life: 18 months from lot # date on label

Technical Documents

Installation Instructions