3M 6116 Scotch-Weld Hot Melt Spray Adhesive Chips

3M 6116 Scotch-Weld Hot Melt Spray Adhesive Chips Datasheet
  • Description for 3M 6116 Scotch-Weld Hot Melt Spray Adhesive Chips

    A heat applied, solvent-free, 100% solids, sprayable thermoplastic adhesive. It is a fast, neat alternative to aerosols, contact adhesives and solvent-based adhesives for bonding most foams and many other lightweight materials.

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    Application Type Bond
    1 Part or 2 Part 1 Part
    Material Form Chips
    Substrate Fabrics, light gauge metals, plastics, Polypropylene panel, Steel coupon stock, Fir (wood), Polyester fabric(open weave), ABS Plastic, Polyster fabric (Very smooth, tight) , Polypropylene fabric(open weave) , Nylon fabric(Very tight smooth)
    Manufacturer 3M
    Chemistry Thermoplastic, Solvent-free, Hot melt, Polyolefin
    Cure Method Hot melt
    Viscosity (cPs) 1,300
    Color White
    High Temperature Resistance (°C) Heat Resistance
  • Technical Data

    Overview
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Viscosity Test Methods
Viscosity Test Method Temperature
1,300 cPs Brookfield Thermocel Viscometer in Centipoise using a #27 Spindle @ 20 RPM. 190°C
Work / Pot Time Test Methods
Work / Pot Time Test Method
Peel Strength Test Methods
Peel Strength Type Substrate Test Temperature Test Method
20 piw 180° Peel Strength open weave polyester fabric to Steel coupon 23°C Peel bonds of open weave polyester fabric to various substrates were tested at peel angle of 180° at twelve inches per minute rate at a temperature of 73°F (23°C). The value listed is the average force required to peel the fabric from the substrates in pounds per inch bond width (PIW). As this product is lower in viscosity than other 3M™ Spray-Bond Adhesives, the nozzle size used on our equipment for 3M™ Spray-Bond Adhesive 6116 is 0.8 mm in place of the 1.2 mm that comes standard with our equipment, Adhesive/Fabric Failure
16 piw 180° Peel Strength open weave polyester fabric to Polypropylene panel 23°C Peel bonds of open weave polyester fabric to various substrates were tested at peel angle of 180° at twelve inches per minute rate at a temperature of 73°F (23°C). The value listed is the average force required to peel the fabric from the substrates in pounds per inch bond width (PIW). As this product is lower in viscosity than other 3M™ Spray-Bond Adhesives, the nozzle size used on our equipment for 3M™ Spray-Bond Adhesive 6116 is 0.8 mm in place of the 1.2 mm that comes standard with our equipment, Cohesive Failure
20 piw 180° Peel Strength open weave polyester fabric to ABS Plastic 23°C Peel bonds of open weave polyester fabric to various substrates were tested at peel angle of 180° at twelve inches per minute rate at a temperature of 73°F (23°C). The value listed is the average force required to peel the fabric from the substrates in pounds per inch bond width (PIW). As this product is lower in viscosity than other 3M™ Spray-Bond Adhesives, the nozzle size used on our equipment for 3M™ Spray-Bond Adhesive 6116 is 0.8 mm in place of the 1.2 mm that comes standard with our equipment, Adhesive/Fabric Failure
21 piw 180° Peel Strength open weave polyester fabric to Fir (wood) 23°C Peel bonds of open weave polyester fabric to various substrates were tested at peel angle of 180° at twelve inches per minute rate at a temperature of 73°F (23°C). The value listed is the average force required to peel the fabric from the substrates in pounds per inch bond width (PIW). As this product is lower in viscosity than other 3M™ Spray-Bond Adhesives, the nozzle size used on our equipment for 3M™ Spray-Bond Adhesive 6116 is 0.8 mm in place of the 1.2 mm that comes standard with our equipment, Adhesive/Fabric Failure
20 piw 180° Peel Strength Steel coupon stock to Open weave polyester fabric 23°C Peel bonds of Steel coupon stock to various fabrics were tested at peel angle of 180° at twelve inches per minute rate at a temperature of 73°F (23°C). The value listed is the average force required to peel the fabric from the steel in pounds per inch bond width (PIW), Substrate/Adhesive Failure
5 piw 180° Peel Strength Steel coupon stock to Very smooth, tight polyster fabric 23°C Peel bonds of Steel coupon stock to various fabrics were tested at peel angle of 180° at twelve inches per minute rate at a temperature of 73°F (23°C). The value listed is the average force required to peel the fabric from the steel in pounds per inch bond width (PIW), Substrate/Adhesive Failure
12 piw 180° Peel Strength Steel coupon stock to Open weave, polypropylene fabric 23°C Peel bonds of Steel coupon stock to various fabrics were tested at peel angle of 180° at twelve inches per minute rate at a temperature of 73°F (23°C). The value listed is the average force required to peel the fabric from the steel in pounds per inch bond width (PIW), Substrate/Adhesive Failure
4 piw 180° Peel Strength Steel coupon stock to Very tight smooth nylon fabric 23°C Peel bonds of Steel coupon stock to various fabrics were tested at peel angle of 180° at twelve inches per minute rate at a temperature of 73°F (23°C). The value listed is the average force required to peel the fabric from the steel in pounds per inch bond width (PIW), Substrate/Adhesive Failure
General Bond Strength Test Methods
General Bond Strength Test Temperature
2 lb. 69°C