• Description for 3M 3755LM

    “Delayed-tack” applied in thin-glue-line ribbon for bonding paper, corrugated, chipboard, P.O.P. displays and exhibits

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    Application Type Bond
    1 Part or 2 Part 1 Part
    Material Form Sticks
    Substrate Fabric, Paper, ChipBoard, Polystyrene Foam, Rigid foam, Polystyrene Foam, Corrugated, Flexible Foam, Uncoated Cardboard, Uncoated Chipboard
    Manufacturer 3M
    Chemistry Hot melt, Jet-melt, Low Melt
    Cure Method Hot melt
    Viscosity (cPs) 13,000
    Color Clear
    High Temperature Resistance (°C) 49
    Key Specifications FDA (U.S. Food & Drug Administration) and/or CFIA (Canadian Food Inspection Agency): FDA 21 CFR 175.105

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