• Description for Henkel SIP

    Designed to enhance both the quality assurance aspects and the long term durability of bonded joints, without the use of toxic primers. The pretreatment is particularly useful when using acrylic, epoxy or polyurethane adhesives.

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    Brand Bondmaster
    Application Type Primer
    1 Part or 2 Part 1-Part
    Material Form Liquid
    Substrate Aluminum, Ceramic, Composite, Metal, Plastic
    Industry Bonded joints
    Manufacturer Henkel
    Chemistry Solvent-Based
    Can Be Used In Conjunction With These Materials Acrylic, Epoxy, Polyurethane
  • Technical Data for Henkel SIP

    • Application Type
    • 1 Part or 2 Part
      • 1-Part
    • Material Form
      • Liquid
    • Substrate
    • Industry
      • Joints - Bonded joints
    • Chemistry
    • Application Method
      • Brush - Clean Brush
      • Other - Tissue
    • Cure Method
      • None
    • Can Be Used In Conjunction With These Materials
      • Epoxies - Epoxy
      • Acrylics - Acrylic
      • Urethanes - Polyurethane
    • Brand
      • Bondmaster
    Business Information
    Shelf Life Details Bondmaster SIP should be kept in the original containers, firmly closed and away from direct sunlight and heat, at temperatures of between 5-25°C. Under these conditions the shelf life will be 24 months from the date of despatch from Bondmaster.
    Shelf Life Temperature (°F) 41 to 77
    Shelf Life Type From date of despatch
    Shelf Life (mon) 24
  • Best Practices for Henkel SIP

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    1. Surface Preparation

      Before using the kit prepare the surfaces as follows: Slightly dusty, but otherwise clean surfaces should be wiped with a damp cloth. Heavy soiling and oily surfaces should be treated with an appropriate solvent.

    2. Application

      Apply a thin film of primer solution to the surfaces to be bonded using either a clean brush or tissue.

      If the surface is clean enough for bonding then this wet film will remain continuous without any breaks or dry patches. If a continuous film is achieved, wipe off the primer with a clean tissue or cloth and allow the damp surface to dry. The part is then ready to bond (see note 1).

      If the film does not remain continuous, lightly abrade the wet surface with wet or dry paper. Use 320 grade or finer for smooth surfaces. For dimpled or irregular surfaces 100 grade is more appropriate.

      Remove the debris with a clean tissue or cloth and re-apply the primer. A thin continuous wet film indicates adequate preparation. Repeat as necessary until the surface is ready for bonding.

    3. Mixing

      Using the Part C container as the mixing vessel pour in the other two components, replace the lid and then shake to ensure thorough mixing. The mixture is then ready for use.

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