• Description for Henkel 496

    An ultraviolet light curable adhesive designed for potting, sealing, bonding and encapsulation with very fast cure. The cured adhesive is tough and flexible and has excellent impact resistance, good depth of cure and good humidity resistance.

    Note: This material has been discontinued. Please view the Comparable Materials tab or call us at (262) 293-7970 for additional help.

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    Brand Bondmaster
    Application Type Bond, Encapsulation, Sealing, Potting
    1 Part or 2 Part 1 Part
    Material Form Liquid
    Substrate Plastic, Tinted Polycarbonate, Polyester, Steel, PVC, Polystyrene , Polyurethane, SBR , Glass, Aluminum, Acrylic, ABS, Polycarbonate
    Manufacturer Henkel
    Chemistry Solvent-free, Urethane Acrylate, Urethane Acrylate, Urethane Acrylate
    Cure Method Ultraviolet light
    Cure Time (min) very fast, 0.03 to 0.08
    Viscosity (cPs) 5,500 to 6,500
    Color Clear, Yellow
    Other Resistance Good thermal cycling resistance

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Viscosity Test Methods
Viscosity Temperature
5,500 to 6,500 cPs 25°C
Shear Strength Test Methods
Shear Strength Type Cure Time Cure Temperature Substrate Test Method
450 psi Lap shear strength 25°C Polycarbonate
200 psi Lap shear strength 25°C Acrylic Denotes substrate failure with the bondline still intact
260 psi Lap shear strength 25°C Polystyrene
280 psi Lap shear strength 25°C ABS
260 psi Lap shear strength 25°C PVC
95 psi Lap shear strength 25°C SBR
200 psi Lap shear strength 25°C Polyurethane Denotes substrate failure with the bondline still intact
270 psi Lap shear strength 25°C Glass
380 psi Lap shear strength 25°C Steel
340 psi Lap shear strength 25°C Aluminum
450 psi Lap shear strength 25°C Polycarbonate Denotes substrate failure with the bondline still intact
480 psi Lap shear strength -30°C Polycarbonate
130 psi Lap shear strength 60°C Polycarbonate
50 psi Lap shear strength 80°C Polycarbonate
260 psi Lap shear strength 10,080 min 80°C Polycarbonate
320 psi Lap shear strength 10,080 min Polycarbonate