3M Scotch-Weld Threadlocker Anaerobic Adhesive TL43
Brand Scotch-weld Application Type Bond, Seal, Threadlocker 1 Part or 2 Part 1-Part Material Form Liquid Substrate Commercial aluminum, Copper, Brass, Bronze, Iron, Kovar, Manganese, Monel, Nickel, Zinc, Stainless Steel, Silver, Plated parts, Magnetite Steel, Magnesium, Gold, Galvanized steel, Chemical black oxide, Cadmium, Anodized Aluminum, Pure aluminum Industry General purpose, Medium threaded screws, Nuts, Bolts, Coarse-threaded screws Manufacturer 3M Chemistry Dimethacrylate, Anaerobic Cure Method Anaerobic Cure Temperature (°C) 20 to 25 Room Temperature Cure Time (min) 1,440, Fast Cure Viscosity (cPs) 10,000 to 18,000 Fluorescent Fluorescence Color Blue Torque (psi) Medium, 20-200 (in.lb) High Temperature Resistance (°C) 149 Low Temperature Resistance (°C) -54
Technical Data for 3M Scotch-Weld Threadlocker Anaerobic Adhesive TL43
1 Part or 2 Part
- Mechanical Fastening Parts - Medium threaded screws, Nuts, Bolts, Coarse-threaded screws
- General Purpose
- Other - Threaded assemblies, Wide range of applications
- Acrylic - Dimethacrylate
- Other - Anaerobic
Cure Temperature (°C) 20 to 25 Room Temperature Cure Time (min) 1,440, Fast Cure Viscosity (cPs) 10,000 to 18,000 Test Method Fixture or Handling Strength Time (min) <20, <5.00 Set Time (min) Fast setting Fluorescent Fluorescence
Torque (psi) Medium, 20-200 (in.lb) General Bond Strength (psi) 70-200 (in.lb)
Non-Corrosive Excellent corrosion resistance High Temperature Resistance (°C) 149 Test Method Low Temperature Resistance (°C) -54 Test Method Vibration Resistance/Shock Resistance Excellent vibration resistance, Excellent shock resistance
Shelf Life Details 3MTM Scotch-WeldTM Threadlocker Anaerobic Adhesives have a shelf life of 12 months when stored at 60o to 80oF (16o to 27o C) in the original unopened container. Shelf Life Temperature (°F) 60 to 80 Shelf Life (mon) 12
Not Good For
Don't Use For Piping systems that contain pure oxygen or an oxygen-rich environment, chlorine, or strong oxidizing substances Don't Use With Most plastics due to potential cracking of plastic parts
Best Practices for 3M Scotch-Weld Threadlocker Anaerobic Adhesive TL43
Ensure parts are clean, dry and free from oil, grease and dirt.
For best results, clean and dry parts with solvent or Scotch-Weld™ Activator. (Activator can also be used on inactive surfaces or to accelerate the cure on active surfaces.)
If not sure of surface type, always use activator.
Shake the adhesive bottle well before use.
Avoid touching the metal surfaces with the bottle tip since the metal ions may react with the adhesive upon contact and eventually may clog the bottle tip.
Apply adhesive onto the threaded part where the contact area will be in the final assembly. For larger parts, use more adhesive and rotate the threaded part to spread adhesive evenly around contact area.
For through holes, apply several drops of adhesive onto the bolt at the nut engagement area. For blind holes, apply several drops of the adhesive down the internal threads to the bottom of the hole.
Allow assemblies to set for sufficient time so that handling strength or full cure will occur before further processing or testing.
For Disassembly: Loosen or remove with regular hand tools, If hand tools do not work due to the assembled parts being well tightened, apply localized heat (approx.. 400oF / 254oC) to the nut or bolt and disassemble while parts are still hot. Use extreme caution when working with heat sources (e.g. heat gun, flames, etc.)
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Viscosity Test Methods
|10,000 to 18,000 cPs||Brookfield Viscometer spindle #3 at 2.5 rpm, uncured, The following technical information and data should be considered representative or typical only and should not be used for specification purpose|
High Temperature Resistance Test Methods
|High Temperature Resistance||Test Method|
|149°C||The following technical information and data should be considered representative or typical only and should not be used for specification purpose|
Low Temperature Resistance Test Methods
|Low Temperature Resistance||Test Method|
|-54°C||The following technical information and data should be considered representative or typical only and should not be used for specification purpose|