A solvent-based surface treatment used for various vulcanized, thermoset, and thermoplastic polymeric materials. Lord 7701 surface treatment is used in conjunction with a broad range of lord adhesives for bonding cured rubbers, including Lord epoxy and urethane adhesives.;
Bond; 2 Part; Polyurethane Foam; Urethane; Part A/Part B;
A two component, Cream, water blown, 4 lb per cubic foot, MDI based rigid polyurethane foam system. It is designed to cure completely at room temperature. It provides excellent environmental protection and thermal insulation properties.;
Bond; 2 Part; Thixotropic paste; Epoxy; Part A/Part B;
A two part filled epoxy adhesive, room temperature to a tough, semi-rigid material, good wetting to most surfaces and is very thixotropic to resist running and sagging, very good vibration and impact resistance.;
Substrate: Steel; Ceramic; 2024 T3 Aluminum Abraded/Mek wipe; Aluminum; Copper; Fabric; Glass; Metal; Neoprene; Nylon; Other various substrates; Plastic; Polycarbonate; Polyester; Polyvinyl chloride (PVC); Rubber; Stone; Wood
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