3M SJ5312

3M SJ5312 Datasheet
  • Description for 3M SJ5312

    The urethane is a durable, resilient elastomer. The aggressive, high tack pressure sensitive adhesive is protected with a release liner making application fast and easy.

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    Brand Bumpon
    Application Type Bond
    1 Part or 2 Part 1 Part
    Material Form Rollstock
    Substrate Plastic: acrylic, Aluminum , stacked glass, Metal, ABS, polycarbonate, Polypropylene , Stainless Steel , Plastic: Polystyrene , Plastic: High Surface Energy Acrylic (A-20), Glass, Plastic: Low Surface Energy Acrylic (A-20)
    Industry Electronic equipment, Transportation: Automotive, Transportation, Electronics: Board rigidity in printed circuit board assembly, Electronics: Keyboards, Desk accessories, Desk top calculators, Bottom of blenders, Computers, Dispensers, Speakers, Clocks, Scales, Foot pedals, Telephones, Electronic cabinetry
    Manufacturer 3M
    Chemistry Acrylic, Plasticizer-free, Polyurethane
    Cure Method Pressure-Sensitive
    Color Black, Brown, Gray, Transparent, True white
    Chemical Resistance Detergent in water, Ammonia in water, Bleach, Hydrochloric Acid, Diesel Fuel, Auto Oil, Isopropyl Alcohol, Heptane
    Relative Solvent Resistance Chemical Resistance: Excellent Solvent Resistance, Chemical Resistance: Toluol, Chemical Resistance: Lacquer Thinner
    High Temperature Resistance (°C) 66, 107
    Low Temperature Resistance (°C) -34
    Other Resistance Excellent skid resistance, marring, staining, Aging resistance
    Elastomeric Resilient Elastomer
    Shore M Hardness 75
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General Bond Strength Test Methods
General Bond Strength Substrate Test Method
Poor Low Surface Energy Acrylic (A-20) Acrylic (A-20) - Used in the construction of 3M™ Bumpon Protective Product Series SJ-5200, SJ-5300, and SJ-5400, this high strength adhesive system provides excellent shear strength properties. The adhesive has the capability of providing excellent adhesion to many high surface energy substrates such as metals, ABS,_x00D_ polycarbonate, and acrylic. When adhesion is required on low surface energy/substrates (e.g., polypropylene, polyethylene, etc.), acrylic-based adhesives do not perform as well as rubber-based adhesives
Fair High Surface Energy Acrylic (A-20) Acrylic (A-20) - Used in the construction of 3M™ Bumpon Protective Product Series SJ-5200, SJ-5300, and SJ-5400, this high strength adhesive system provides excellent shear strength properties. The adhesive has the capability of providing excellent adhesion to many high surface energy substrates such as metals, ABS, polycarbonate, and acrylic. When adhesion is required on low surface energy/substrates (e.g., polypropylene, polyethylene, etc.), acrylic-based adhesives do not perform as well as rubber-based adhesives
Peel Strength Test Methods
Peel Strength Type Substrate Test Method
Poor Low Surface Energy Acrylic (A-20) Acrylic (A-20) - Used in the construction of 3M™ Bumpon Protective Product Series SJ-5200, SJ-5300, and SJ-5400, this high strength adhesive system provides excellent shear strength properties. The adhesive has the capability of providing excellent adhesion to many high surface energy substrates such as metals, ABS,_x00D_ polycarbonate, and acrylic. When adhesion is required on low surface energy/substrates (e.g., polypropylene, polyethylene, etc.), acrylic-based adhesives do not perform as well as rubber-based adhesives
Good High Surface Energy Acrylic (A-20) Acrylic (A-20) - Used in the construction of 3M™ Bumpon Protective Product Series SJ-5200, SJ-5300, and SJ-5400, this high strength adhesive system provides excellent shear strength properties. The adhesive has the capability of providing excellent adhesion to many high surface energy substrates such as metals, ABS, polycarbonate, and acrylic. When adhesion is required on low surface energy/substrates (e.g., polypropylene, polyethylene, etc.), acrylic-based adhesives do not perform as well as rubber-based adhesives
3 (oz. Per 1/2 inch) 90° Peel Adhesion Polypropylene Acrylic A-20, 3M Test Method TM-2011, 72 hour dwell, 1/2 inch wide samples pulled at 12 inches per minute. Testing completed using Bumpon Resilient Rollstock products SJ5816, SJ6016, and SJ6216, which use the same adhesive system as the molded series products.
11 (oz. Per 1/2 inch) 90° Peel Adhesion Polystyrene Acrylic A-20, 3M Test Method TM-2011, 72 hour dwell, 1/2 inch wide samples pulled at 12 inches per minute. Testing completed using Bumpon Resilient Rollstock products SJ5816, SJ6016, and SJ6216, which use the same adhesive system as the molded series products.
25 (oz. Per 1/2 inch) 90° Peel Adhesion ABS Acrylic A-20, 3M Test Method TM-2011, 72 hour dwell, 1/2 inch wide samples pulled at 12 inches per minute. Testing completed using Bumpon Resilient Rollstock products SJ5816, SJ6016, and SJ6216, which use the same adhesive system as the molded series products.
25 (oz. Per 1/2 inch) 90° Peel Adhesion Stainless Steel Acrylic A-20, 3M Test Method TM-2011, 72 hour dwell, 1/2 inch wide samples pulled at 12 inches per minute. Testing completed using Bumpon Resilient Rollstock products SJ5816, SJ6016, and SJ6216, which use the same adhesive system as the molded series products.
25 (oz. Per 1/2 inch) 90° Peel Adhesion Aluminum Acrylic A-20, 3M Test Method TM-2011, 72 hour dwell, 1/2 inch wide samples pulled at 12 inches per minute. Testing completed using Bumpon Resilient Rollstock products SJ5816, SJ6016, and SJ6216, which use the same adhesive system as the molded series products.
Tensile Strength Test Methods
Tensile Strength Test Method
740 psi ASTM-D412, Die A, These properties were run on sheet material from the same materials as the individual Bumpon products
Shear Strength Test Methods
Shear Strength Type Substrate Test Temperature Test Method
Excellent Dynamic shear strength Acrylic (A-20) Acrylic (A-20) - Used in the construction of 3M™ Bumpon Protective Product Series SJ-5200, SJ-5300, and SJ-5400, this high strength adhesive system provides excellent shear strength properties. The adhesive has the capability of providing excellent adhesion to many high surface energy substrates such as metals, ABS,_x00D_ polycarbonate, and acrylic. When adhesion is required on low surface energy/substrates (e.g., polypropylene, polyethylene, etc.), acrylic-based adhesives do not perform as well as rubber-based adhesives.
Excellent Static Shear Strength Acrylic (A-20) 25°C Acrylic (A-20) - Used in the construction of 3M™ Bumpon Protective Product Series SJ-5200, SJ-5300, and SJ-5400, this high strength adhesive system provides excellent shear strength properties. The adhesive has the capability of providing excellent adhesion to many high surface energy substrates such as metals, ABS,_x00D_ polycarbonate, and acrylic. When adhesion is required on low surface energy/substrates (e.g., polypropylene, polyethylene, etc.), acrylic-based adhesives do not perform as well as rubber-based adhesives.
Excellent Static Shear Strength Acrylic (A-20) 49°C Acrylic (A-20) - Used in the construction of 3M™ Bumpon Protective Product Series SJ-5200, SJ-5300, and SJ-5400, this high strength adhesive system provides excellent shear strength properties. The adhesive has the capability of providing excellent adhesion to many high surface energy substrates such as metals, ABS, polycarbonate, and acrylic. When adhesion is required on low surface energy/substrates (e.g., polypropylene, polyethylene, etc.), acrylic-based adhesives do not perform as well as rubber-based adhesives.
Excellent Static Shear Strength Acrylic (A-20) 70°C Acrylic (A-20) - Used in the construction of 3M™ Bumpon Protective Product Series SJ-5200, SJ-5300, and SJ-5400, this high strength adhesive system provides excellent shear strength properties. The adhesive has the capability of providing excellent adhesion to many high surface energy substrates such as metals, ABS, polycarbonate, and acrylic. When adhesion is required on low surface energy/substrates (e.g., polypropylene, polyethylene, etc.), acrylic-based adhesives do not perform as well as rubber-based adhesives.
Abrasion Resistance Test Methods
Abrasion Resistance Test Method
Abrasion resistance ASTM-C501, Taber H18, 1kg) g/1000 cycles
Other Resistance Test Methods
Other Resistance Test Method
Excellent skid resistance
marring
staining 3M-24 hours @ 158°F against white paint 7 days exposed to UV
Aging resistance
Dielectric Strength Test Methods
Dielectric Strength Test Method
Elongation Test Methods
Elongation Test Method
65 % ASTM-D412, Die A, These properties were run on sheet material from the same materials as the individual Bumpon products
Shore M Hardness Test Methods
Shore M Hardness Shore Hardness Test Method
75 Shore M Hardness, ASTM-D2240