• Description for 3M 2262

    Quick tack, clear, non-staining • Resists plasticizer migration for bonding many flexible vinyls

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    Application Type Bond
    1 Part or 2 Part 1 Part
    Material Form Liquid
    Substrate Aluminum, Glass, Plastic, Polyester, Steel, Wood, Vinyls, Wood (Maple)
    Manufacturer 3M
    Chemistry Acetone, Synthetic Resin, THF, Methyl ethyl ketone (MEK)
    Cure Method Solvent
    Cure Time (min) 5.00
    Viscosity (cPs) 375 to 675
    Color Clear
    Chemical Resistance Plasticizer migration
    Other Resistance Plasticizer migration
    Density (g/cm³) 7.1 to 7.5 (weight (lbs/gal))
  • Technical Data for 3M 2262

    Overview
    • Application Type
    • 1 Part or 2 Part
      • 1 Part or 2 Part - 1 Part
    • Material Form
      • Liquid
    • Substrate
    • Chemistry
      • Other - Acetone, Synthetic Resin, THF, Methyl ethyl ketone (MEK)
    • Application Method
      • Dispenser - Lamination equipment
    • Cure Method
      • Solvent
    • Color
      • Clear / Transparent - Clear
    Specifications
    Cure Specs
    Application Temperature (°F) 64
    Cure Time (min) 5.00
    Viscosity (cPs) 375 to 675 Test Method
    Tack Free Time (min) Very Quick, 3.00 to 5.00
    Bond Strength
    General Bond Strength (psi) High
    Peel Strength (piw) 7, 8 (1/2) (piw), 8 (1/2) (piw), 7 (1/2 ) (piw), 10 (1/2) (piw), 17, 15, 19, 14 (1/2) (piw), 20, 20, 21, 17, 0, 17, 15, 15, 16, 15 (1/2) (piw), 18, 19, 16, 17 (1/2) (piw), 16, 13, 14, 14, 0, 12, 13, 17 Test Method
    Material Resistance
    Chemical Resistance Plasticizer migration
    Other Resistance Plasticizer migration
    Hardness
    Flexibility Flexible, Rigid
    Other Properties
    Flash Point (°F) -0.4
    % Solids (%) 25 to 28 Test Method
    Density (g/cm³) 7.1 to 7.5 (weight (lbs/gal))
    Business Information
    Shelf Life Details Store product at 60-80°F (15-26°C) for maximum storage life. Higher temperatures reduce normal storage life. Lower temperatures cause increased viscosity of a temporary nature. Rotate stock on a “first-in first-out” basis.;When stored at the recommended conditions in original, unopened containers, this product has a shelf life of 15 months.
    Shelf Life Temperature (°F) 59 to 79
    Shelf Life (mon) 15
  • Best Practices for 3M 2262

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    1. Surface Preparation

      Surfaces must be clean, dry and dust free. Wiping with a solvent such as methyl ethyl ketone (MEK)* will aid in removing oil and dirt.

      *Note: When using solvents, extinguish all ignition sources and follow the manufacturer’s precautions and directions for use.

    2. Application

      Brush a uniform coat of adhesive on both surfaces.

      When the adhesive dries to the tacky stage, you have up to 20 minutes to complete the bond. Combine the surfaces using firm pressure to ensure good contact.

    3. Curing

      Allow adhesive to dry until tacky but does not transfer to knuckle when touched (typically about 5 minutes depending on temperature, humidity, etc).

    4. Clean-Up

      Excess adhesive may be removed with a solvent such as methyl ethyl ketone (MEK),* preferably while the adhesive is still wet.

      *Note: When using solvents, extinguish all ignition sources and follow the manufacturer’s precautions and directions for use.

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Viscosity Test Methods
Viscosity Test Method Temperature
375 to 675 cPs RVF #2 Sp. @ 20 rpm @ 80°F 27°C 27°C
Peel Strength Test Methods
Peel Strength Type Cure Time Cure Temperature Cure Humidity Substrate Test Method
7 piw 180° Peel strength 1,440 min 25°C Steel Bond failed in adhesion to indicated substrate
8 (1/2) (piw) 180° Peel strength 1,440 min 25°C Glass Bond failed in adhesion to indicated substrate
8 (1/2) (piw) 180° Peel strength 1,440 min 25°C Aluminum Bond failed in adhesion to indicated substrate
7 (1/2 ) (piw) 180° Peel strength 1,440 min 25°C Polyester Bond failed in adhesion to indicated substrate
10 (1/2) (piw) 180° Peel strength 1,440 min 25°C Wood (Maple) Bond failed in adhesion to indicated substrate
17 piw 180° Peel strength 10,080 min 25°C Steel Bond failed in adhesion to indicated substrate
15 piw 180° Peel strength 10,080 min 25°C Glass Bond failed in adhesion to indicated substrate
19 piw 180° Peel strength 10,080 min 25°C Aluminum Bond failed in adhesion to indicated substrate
14 (1/2) (piw) 180° Peel strength 10,080 min 25°C Polyester Bond failed in adhesion to indicated substrate
20 piw 180° Peel strength 10,080 min 25°C Wood (Maple) Bond failed in adhesion to indicated substrate
20 piw 180° Peel strength 10,080 min 60°C Steel Bond failed in adhesion to indicated substrate
21 piw 180° Peel strength 10,080 min 60°C Polyester Bond failed in adhesion to indicated substrate
17 piw 180° Peel strength 10,080 min 100 % Steel Bond failed in adhesion to indicated substrate
0 piw 180° Peel strength 10,080 min 100 % Glass Bond failed in adhesion to indicate substrate
17 piw 180° Peel strength 10,080 min 100 % Polyester Bond failed in adhesion to indicated substrate
15 piw 180° Peel strength 1,440 min 25°C Glass Vinyl tore before bond failed
15 piw 180° Peel strength 1,440 min 25°C Aluminum Bond failed in adhesion to indicated substrate
16 piw 180° Peel strength 1,440 min 25°C . Polyester Vinyl tore before bond failed
15 (1/2) (piw) 180° Peel strength 1,440 min 25°C Wood Vinyl tore before bond failed
18 piw 180° Peel strength 10,080 min 25°C Glass Vinyl tore before bond failed
19 piw 180° Peel strength 10,080 min 25°C Aluminum Vinyl tore before bond failed
16 piw 180° Peel strength 10,080 min 25°C Polyester Vinyl tore before bond failed
17 (1/2) (piw) 180° Peel strength 10,080 min 25°C Wood Vinyl tore before bond failed
16 piw 180° Peel strength 10,080 min 60°C Glass Vinyl tore before bond failed
13 piw 180° Peel strength 10,080 min 60°C Aluminum Vinyl tore before bond failed
14 piw 180° Peel strength 10,080 min 60°C Polyester Vinyl tore before bond failed
14 piw 180° Peel strength 10,080 min 60°C 100 % Wood Vinyl tore before bond failed
0 piw 180° Peel strength 10,080 min 100 % Glass Bond failed in adhesion to indicated substrate
12 piw 180° Peel strength 10,080 min 100 % Aluminum Bond failed in adhesion to indicated substrate
13 piw 180° Peel strength 10,080 min 100 % Polyester Vinyl tore before bond failed
17 piw 180° Peel strength 10,080 min Wood Vinyl tore before bond failed
% Solids Test Methods
% Solids Test Method
25 to 28 % By weight
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