• Description for 3M TE100

    Extrudable with medium set time • Bonds wood and selected plastics • Thin bond lines.

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    Application Type Bond
    1 Part or 2 Part 1 Part
    Material Form Liquid
    Substrate Plastic: PolyAcrylic, FRP, Glass, Metal, ABS, Polycarbonate, PVC, Rubber, Maple, Plastic: Polystyrene, Plastics, Wood
    Manufacturer 3M
    Chemistry Polyurethane, Urethane
    Cure Method Moisture
    Viscosity (cPs) Extrudable, Low, 7,000
    Color White/Off-White, White/Off-White
    Other Resistance Highly plasticizer
    Density (g/cm³) 8.8 (lbs/gal)
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Set Time Test Methods
Set Time Test Method
Medium
1.00 min The minimum amount of time required between when the bond is made and when it will support a 5 psi tensile load., Open times and set times are based on a room temperature environment. High temperatures will lengthen open times and set times while lower environmental temperatures will shorten open times and set times.
Viscosity Test Methods
Viscosity Test Method Temperature
Low
7,000 cPs Brookfield viscometer with Thermosel using spindle #27. 121°C
Extrudable
Work / Pot Time Test Methods
Work / Pot Time Test Method
2.00 min The bonding range of a 1/8" bead of molten adhesive on a non-metallic substrate.
Peel Strength Test Methods
Peel Strength Type Cure Time Cure Temperature Substrate Test Temperature Test Method
81 piw 180° Peel strength FRP 23°C Cotton duck failed during test, 180° peel strengths were measured on 1" x 8" pieces of flexible cotton duck (canvas) bonded to rigid 1" x 4" substrates. The rigid substrates were approximately .125" thick and the separation rate of the testing jaws was 2" per minute. All strengths were measured at 73°F (23°C).
77 piw 180° Peel strength Polycarbonate 23°C Cotton duck failed during test, 180° peel strengths were measured on 1" x 8" pieces of flexible cotton duck (canvas) bonded to rigid 1" x 4" substrates. The rigid substrates were approximately .125" thick and the separation rate of the testing jaws was 2" per minute. All strengths were measured at 73°F (23°C).
29 piw 180° Peel strength Polyacrylic 23°C 180° peel strengths were measured on 1" x 8" pieces of flexible cotton duck (canvas) bonded to rigid 1" x 4" substrates. The rigid substrates were approximately .125" thick and the separation rate of the testing jaws was 2" per minute. All strengths were measured at 73°F (23°C).
70 piw 180° Peel strength ABS 23°C Cotton duck failed during test, 180° peel strengths were measured on 1" x 8" pieces of flexible cotton duck (canvas) bonded to rigid 1" x 4" substrates. The rigid substrates were approximately .125" thick and the separation rate of the testing jaws was 2" per minute. All strengths were measured at 73°F (23°C).
70 piw 180° Peel strength PVC 23°C Cotton duck failed during test, 180° peel strengths were measured on 1" x 8" pieces of flexible cotton duck (canvas) bonded to rigid 1" x 4" substrates. The rigid substrates were approximately .125" thick and the separation rate of the testing jaws was 2" per minute. All strengths were measured at 73°F (23°C).
Tensile Strength Test Methods
Tensile Strength Cure Time Cure Temperature Cure Humidity Test Method
4,200 psi 10,080 min 25°C 50 % ASTM D 638, Die C, measured on .011" - .017" thick films cured 7 days at 77°F (25°C)/50% relative humidity (RH), @ Break
Shear Strength Test Methods
Shear Strength Type Cure Time Cure Temperature Cure Humidity Substrate Test Time Test Temperature Test Method
1,910 psi Overlap shear strength Maple 23°C Overlap shear (OLS) strengths were measured on 1" wide 1/2" overlap specimens. These bonds were made individually using 1" x 4" sample coupons. The thickness of the bond line was .003-.006". The thickness of the substrates were: plastics, .125", Maple, .375". The separation rate of the testing jaws was 2" per minute
2,550 psi Overlap shear strength FRP 23°C Overlap shear (OLS) strengths were measured on 1" wide 1/2" overlap specimens. These bonds were made individually using 1" x 4" sample coupons. The thickness of the bond line was .003-.006". The thickness of the substrates were: plastics, .125", Maple, .375". The separation rate of the testing jaws was 2" per minute
2,010 psi Overlap shear strength Polycarbonate 23°C Overlap shear (OLS) strengths were measured on 1" wide 1/2" overlap specimens. These bonds were made individually using 1" x 4" sample coupons. The thickness of the bond line was .003-.006". The thickness of the substrates were: plastics, .125", Maple, .375". The separation rate of the testing jaws was 2" per minute
1,150 psi Overlap shear strength Polyacrylic 23°C Substrate failure, Overlap shear (OLS) strengths were measured on 1" wide 1/2" overlap specimens. These bonds were made individually using 1" x 4" sample coupons. The thickness of the bond line was .003-.006". The thickness of the substrates were: plastics, .125", Maple, .375". The separation rate of the testing jaws was 2" per minute
200 psi Overlap shear strength Polystyrene 23°C Overlap shear (OLS) strengths were measured on 1" wide 1/2" overlap specimens. These bonds were made individually using 1" x 4" sample coupons. The thickness of the bond line was .003-.006". The thickness of the substrates were: plastics, .125", Maple, .375". The separation rate of the testing jaws was 2" per minute
920 psi Overlap shear strength ABS 23°C Substrate failure, Overlap shear (OLS) strengths were measured on 1" wide 1/2" overlap specimens. These bonds were made individually using 1" x 4" sample coupons. The thickness of the bond line was .003-.006". The thickness of the substrates were: plastics, .125", Maple, .375". The separation rate of the testing jaws was 2" per minute
2,100 psi Overlap shear strength PVC 23°C Substrate failure, Overlap shear (OLS) strengths were measured on 1" wide 1/2" overlap specimens. These bonds were made individually using 1" x 4" sample coupons. The thickness of the bond line was .003-.006". The thickness of the substrates were: plastics, .125", Maple, .375". The separation rate of the testing jaws was 2" per minute
380 psi Overlap shear strength Maple 82°C Overlap shear (OLS) strengths were measured on 1" wide 1/2" overlap specimens. These bonds were made individually using 1" x 4" sample coupons. The thickness of the bond line was .003-.006". The thickness of the substrates were: plastics, .125", Maple, .375". The separation rate of the testing jaws was 2" per minute
810 psi Overlap shear strength FRP 82°C Overlap shear (OLS) strengths were measured on 1" wide 1/2" overlap specimens. These bonds were made individually using 1" x 4" sample coupons. The thickness of the bond line was .003-.006". The thickness of the substrates were: plastics, .125", Maple, .375". The separation rate of the testing jaws was 2" per minute
690 psi Overlap shear strength 10,080 min 25°C FRP 600 sec 23°C FRP, Overlap Shear Strength (psi), tested @ 73°F (23°C) at various times after bonding. The FRP was conditioned for 7 days at 77°F (25°C)/50% RH prior to bonding.
1,120 psi Overlap shear strength 10,080 min 25°C FRP 3,600 sec 23°C FRP, Overlap Shear Strength (psi), tested @ 73°F (23°C) at various times after bonding. The FRP was conditioned for 7 days at 77°F (25°C)/50% RH prior to bonding.
2,100 psi Overlap shear strength 10,080 min 25°C FRP 86,400 sec 23°C FRP, Overlap Shear Strength (psi), tested @ 73°F (23°C) at various times after bonding. The FRP was conditioned for 7 days at 77°F (25°C)/50% RH prior to bonding.
2,550 psi Overlap shear strength 10,080 min 25°C FRP 604,800 sec 23°C FRP, Overlap Shear Strength (psi), tested @ 73°F (23°C) at various times after bonding. The FRP was conditioned for 7 days at 77°F (25°C)/50% RH prior to bonding.
Elongation Test Methods
Elongation Test Method
675 % ASTM D 638, Die C, measured on .011" - .017" thick films cured 7 days at 77°F (25°C)/50% relative humidity (RH), at Break
Modulus Test Methods
Modulus Test Method
12,200 psi ASTM D 638, Die C, measured on .011" - .017" thick films cured 7 days at 77°F (25°C)/50% relative humidity (RH)
Shore D Hardness Test Methods
Shore D Hardness Shore Hardness Test Method
61 1Measured on .090" - .110" thick bars
Density Test Methods
Density Test Method
8.8 (lbs/gal) Molten