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Product Selector Industrial Adhesives, Sealants and Surface Treatment Solutions
Industrial Adhesives, Sealants
and Surface Treatment Solutions
Issue 2
Henkel – Your Expert for Industrial Adhesives, Sealants
and Surface Treatment Solutions
Equipment
Page
Manual hand-held applicators
For 1-component cartridges
142
For 2-component cartridges
143
Manual dispensers
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Peristaltic dispensers
144
Syringe dispensers
144
Accessories – Syringes
144
Accessories – Mixers and Nozzles
145
Dispensing systems
Semi-automatic dispensing systems
146
Hand-held dispensing systems
147
Customised systems
147
Light curing equipment
Flood cure systems
Bulb technology
148
LED technology
148
Semi-automatic light curing equipment
Spot cure systems
Innovative pretreatment technology
to improve your production process
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Bulb technology
149
LED technology
149
AssureCure technology
149
Accessories
For UV
150
Dispensing needles
151
157
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Technical
Consultancy
• Technical advice
(calculation, design
selection)
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engineering
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Metal
Working
Cleaning
• Cutting Fluids
• General Cleaners
• Stamping and
Drawing Fluids
• Cleaning
Specialities
PreTreatment
Bonding
• Conversion
Coatings
• Engineering
Applications
• Surface Preparation
• General Bonding
• Structural Bonding
Find the Right Product!
Sealing
• Engineering
Applications
Filling &
Protecting
Coating
Lubricating
• Filling
• Removal of Paint
• Anti-Seizes
• Protecting
• Functional Coatings
• Dry Film and Oils
• General Sealing
• Greases
Expert
Training
• Tech-days
tailored to customer
needs
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assessment and
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Equipment
• Process Control
• Dispensing & Curing Equipment
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Table of Contents
Engineering Applications
8
Threadlocking Adhesives
14
Thread Sealants
20
Gasketing Products
26
Retaining Compounds
Bonding
32
Instant Adhesives
40
Light Cure Adhesives
48
Hotmelt Adhesives
54
Solvent-based / Water-based Adhesives
Structural Bonding
56
Structural Bonding
58
Epoxies
62
Acrylics
66
Polyurethanes
72
Silicones
76
Silane Modified Polymers
Sealing
80
Butyls
Filling & Protecting and Coating
6
86
Casting Resins
88
Acoustic Coatings
90
Metal-filled Compounds
94
Protective Coatings and Compounds
Cleaning
102 Cleaning
104 Parts and Hand Cleaning
106 Maintenance Cleaning in Workshops
108 Maintenance Cleaners
110 Industrial Cleaners
112 Cleaning, Protecting and Specialities
Lubricating
114 Lubrication
116 Anti-Seizes
118 Dry Film and Oils
120 Greases
122 Cutting, Stamping and Drawing Fluids
Pre-Treatment
124 Surface Preparation
130 Pre-Treatment and Coatings
132 Metal Pre-Treatment
134 Mould Release Agents
Equipment
142 Equipment
142 Manual Hand-Held Applicators
144 Manual Dispensers
146 Semi-Automatic Dispensing Systems
147 Hand-Held Dispensing Systems
148 Light Curing Equipment
149 Semi-Automatic Light Curing Equipment
150 Accessories
152 Index
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Threadlocking Adhesives
Locking of Threaded Fasteners
Why use a Loctite® Threadlocker?
Loctite® threadlocking products prevent self-loosening and secure any threaded fastener against
vibration and shock loads. They are easy-flowing liquids or semi-solid adhesives which completely fill
the gaps between mating threads. When used to assemble threaded fasteners, Loctite® Threadlockers
permanently secure threaded assemblies and eliminate fretting corrosion by creating a unitised
assembly.
Loctite® Threadlockers are much superior to traditional mechanical locking
methods:
• Mechanical devices, e.g. split pins, tab washers: Only used to prevent the loss of nuts and bolts
• Friction devices: add to absolute elasticity and/or increase friction; but will not ensure permanent
threadlocking under dynamic loads
• Locking devices, like tooth flanged and ribbed flanged bolts, nuts and washers: They prevent
self-loosening, but are expensive and need larger flange-bearing surfaces; and they may damage the
surfaces.
Loctite® Threadlockers are single-component liquid and semi-solid adhesives. They cure at room
temperature to a hard solid thermoset plastic when applied between steel, aluminium, brass and most
other metal surfaces. They cure in the absence of air. The adhesive completely fills the gaps between
mating threads to lock threads and joints.
Advantages of Loctite® Threadlockers as compared to traditional mechanical locking devices:
• Prevent unwanted movement, loosening, leaks, and corrosion
• Resist vibration
• Single-component – clean and easy to apply
• Can be used on all sizes of fasteners – reduces inventory costs
• Seal threads – allow through-hole tapping
Choose the right Loctite® Threadlocker for your application:
Loctite® Threadlockers are available in varying
viscosities and strengths and can be used for a
wide range of applications.
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Low Strength:
Medium Strength:
Removable with standard hand tools, good for
adjustment screws, calibration screws, meters
and gauges, for thread size up to M80.
Removable with hand tools, but more difficult
to disassemble; good for machine tools and
presses, pumps and compressors, mounting
bolts, gear boxes, for thread size up to M80.
Bonding
Surface Preparation
Correct surface preparation is the most important factor to assure the total success of any adhesive
performance.
• Degrease, clean and dry threads prior to applying the adhesive – use Loctite® 7063 (see Cleaning
on page 102)
• If the parts were in contact with aqueous washing solutions or cutting fluids which leave a
protective layer on the surface, wash with hot water
• If the adhesive is applied below 5°C, pre-treatment with Loctite® 7240 or Loctite® 7649 is advised
(see Surface Preparation on page 124)
• For locking of plastic fasteners: see Instant Adhesives on pages 32-39
Dispensing Equipment
Loctite® products are used for a wide variety of threadlocking applications. For some jobs it is sufficient to dispense adhesives and sealants manually
from the bottle or cartridge onto the surfaces to be joined. In other cases, however, more precise hand-held or stationary automated dispensing is
required. Loctite® dispensing equipment is specially designed to make application and use of our products fast, precise, clean and economical:
Semi-Automatic Dispensing Equipment
Loctite® 97009 / 97121 / 97201
Loctite® Semi-Automatic Dispensing Equipment combines a controller and reservoir into a single
unit for valve dispensing of many Loctite® Threadlockers. Provides digital timing control, empty and
end-of-cycle signal. Pinch Valve suitable for stationary or hand-held mode. The reservoirs are large
enough to accept up to 2kg bottles, and units can be equipped with low level sensing.
97009 / 97121 / 97201
Hand-Held Applicator
Loctite® 98414 Peristaltic Hand Pump, 50ml bottle
Loctite® 97001 Peristaltic Hand Pump, 250ml bottle
These hand-held applicators mount easily on any anaerobic Loctite® 50ml or 250ml bottle,
converting the bottle into a portable dispenser. They are designed to dispense at any angle in
drop sizes from 0.01 to 0.4ml, without leaks or product waste (suitable for viscosities up to
30,000 mPa·s).
For information on semi- or fully automated dispensing equipment, available valves, spare
parts, accessories and dispensing tips, please refer to page 142 or the Loctite® Equipment
Sourcebook.
97001 / 98414
High Strength:
Wicking:
Non-liquids (semi-solid):
Very difficult to disassemble with standard hand
tools; may require localised heat for removal.
Good for permanent assemblies on heavy
equipment, studs, motor and pump mounts, for
thread size up M80.
Very difficult to disassemble with standard hand
tools; may require localised heat for removal.
For preassembled fasteners, instrumentation or
carburettor screws.
Medium and high strength semi-solid
Threadlocker Sticks that can be used on thread
size up to M50.
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Threadlocking Adhesives
Product table
Are the metal parts already assembled?
Yes
Wicking grade
Medium/High
Low
Liquid
Liquid
Loctite®
290
Loctite®
222
Up to M80
Up to M80
3h
6h
10 Nm
6 Nm
-55 to +150°C
-55 to +150°C
Pack sizes
10ml, 50ml, 250ml, 2lt
10ml, 50ml, 250ml
Equipment2
97001, 98414, 97009, 97121,
97201
97001, 98414
Solution
Size of thread
Functional strength after1
Breakaway torque M10 bolts
Service temperature range
Handy Hints:
• Degrease, clean and dry surfaces prior to applying the adhesive – use Loctite® 7063
(see Cleaning on page 102)
• If the adhesive is applied below 5°C, pre-treatment with Loctite® 7240 or
Loctite® 7649 is advised (see Surface Preparation on page 124)
• For plastic part(s) please refer to Instant Adhesives on pages 32-39
Loctite® 290
• Ideal for locking preassembled
fasteners, e.g. instrumentation
screws, electrical connectors
and set screws
1
10
2
Typical value at 22°C
For detailed information see pages 142-151
Loctite® 222
• Ideal for low-strength
threadlocking of adjusting
screws, countersunk head
screws and set screws
• Good on low strength metals
which could break during
disassembly, e.g. aluminium
or brass
P1 NSF Reg. No.: 123002
Bonding
No
What strength do you require?
Medium
High
Liquid
Liquid
Liquid
Liquid
Loctite®
243
Loctite®
2400
Loctite®
270
Loctite®
2700
Up to M80
Up to M80
Up to M80
Up to M80
2h
2h
3h
3h
26 Nm
20 Nm
33 Nm
20 Nm
-55 to +180°C
-55 to +150°C
-55 to +180°C
-55 to +150°C
10ml, 50ml, 250ml, 2lt
50ml, 250ml
10ml, 50ml, 250ml, 2lt
50ml, 250ml
97001, 98414, 97009, 97121,
97201
97001, 98414
97001, 98414, 97009, 97121,
97201
97001, 98414
Loctite® 243
• Works on all metals, including
passive substrates (e.g.
stainless steel, aluminium,
plated surfaces)
• Proven to tolerate slight
contaminations of industrial
oils, e.g. engine oils, corrosion
prevention oils and cutting
fluids
• Prevents loosening on vibrating
parts, e.g. pumps, gear boxes
or presses
• Permits disassembly with hand
tools for servicing
P1 NSF Reg. No.: 123000
Loctite® 2400
• Leading in health and safety
• No hazard symbols, risk or
safety phrases
• “White” Material Safety Data
Sheet – no entries in sections
2, 3, 15 and 16 of MSDS acc.
to (EC) No. 1907/2006 – ISO
11014-1
• Excellent chemical and thermal
resistance of cured product
• To be used where regular
disassembly with hand tools for
servicing is required
WRAS Approval (BS 6920):
1104507
Loctite® 270
• Suitable for all metal fasteners,
including stainless steel,
aluminium, plated surfaces and
chrome-free coatings
• Tolerates slight contaminations
of industrial oils, e.g. engine
oils, corrosion prevention oils,
cutting fluids
• Ideal for permanently locking
studs on engine blocks and
pump housings
• To be used if regular removal
for maintenance is not required
P1 NSF Reg. No.: 123006
Loctite® 2700
• Leading in health and safety
• No hazard symbols, risk or
safety phrases.
• “White” Material Safety Data
Sheet – no entries in sections
2, 3, 15 and 16 of MSDS acc.
to (EC) No. 1907/2006 – ISO
11014-1
• Excellent chemical and thermal
resistance of cured product
• For applications where
disassembly is not required
WRAS Approval (BS 6920):
1104508
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Threadlocking Adhesives
Product list
Colour
Fluorescence
Max.
thread
size
Service
temperature
range
Strength
Breakaway
torque
Thixotropy
Loctite® 221
Purple
Yes
M80
-55 to +150°C
Low
8.5 Nm
No
Loctite® 222
Purple
Yes
M80
-55 to +150°C
Low
6 Nm
Yes
Loctite® 241
Blue opaque
Yes
M80
-55 to +150°C
Medium
11.5 Nm
No
Loctite® 242
Blue
Yes
M80
-55 to +150°C
Medium
11.5 Nm
Yes
Loctite® 243
Blue
Yes
M80
-55 to +180°C
Medium
26 Nm
Yes
Loctite® 245
Blue
Yes
M80
-55 to +150°C
Medium
13 Nm
Yes
Loctite® 248 Stick
Blue
Yes
M50
-55 to +150°C
Medium
17 Nm
N.A.
Loctite® 262
Red
Yes
M80
-55 to +150°C
Medium/high
22 Nm
Yes
Loctite® 268 Stick
Red
Yes
M50
-55 to +150°C
High
17 Nm
N.A.
Green
Yes
M80
-55 to +180°C
High
33 Nm
No
Loctite® 271
Red
Yes
M80
-55 to +150°C
High
26 Nm
No
Loctite® 272
Red-orange
No
M80
-55 to +200°C
High
23 Nm
Yes
Loctite® 275
Green
Yes
M80
-55 to +150°C
High
25 Nm
Yes
Loctite® 276
Green
Yes
M80
-55 to +150°C
High
60 Nm
No
Loctite® 277
Red
Yes
M80
-55 to +150°C
High
32 Nm
Yes
Loctite® 278
Green
No
M80
-55 to +200°C
High
42 Nm
No
Loctite® 290
Green
Yes
M80
-55 to +150°C
Medium/high
10 Nm
No
Loctite® 2400
Blue
Yes
M80
-55 to +150°C
Medium
20 Nm
Yes
Loctite® 2700
Green
Yes
M80
-55 to +150°C
High
20 Nm
No
Loctite® 2701
Green
Yes
M80
-55 to +150°C
High
38 Nm
No
Product
Chemical
basis
Loctite® 270
Methacrylate
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Bonding
Viscosity in
mPa·s
Fixture time
steel
Fixture time
brass
Fixture time
stainless steel
Pack sizes
100 – 150
25 min.
20 min.
210 min.
250ml
900 – 1,500
15 min.
8 min.
360 min.
10ml, 50ml,
250ml
100 – 150
35 min.
12 min.
240 min.
250ml
Medium strength, low viscosity, small threads
800 – 1,600
5 min.
15 min.
20 min.
250ml
Medium strength, medium viscosity, general purpose
1,300 – 3,000
10 min.
5 min.
10 min.
10ml, 50ml,
250ml, 2lt
Medium strength, general purpose, oil tolerant
5,600 – 10,000
20 min.
12 min.
240 min.
50ml, 250ml
Medium strength, medium viscosity, large threads
Semi-solid
5 min.
–
20 min.
9g, 19g
Medium strength, positioning: MRO/distribution
1,200 – 2,400
15 min.
8 min.
180 min.
250ml
Medium/high strength, general purpose
Semi-solid
5 min.
–
5 min.
19g
High strength, positioning: MRO/distribution
400 – 600
10 min.
10 min.
150 min.
10ml, 50ml,
250ml, 2lt
High strength, general purpose, oil tolerant
400 – 600
10 min.
5 min.
15 min.
50ml
4,000 – 15,000
40 min.
–
–
50ml, 250ml
High strength, high temperature resistant
5,000 – 10,000
15 min.
7 min.
180 min.
250ml, 2lt
High viscosity, high strength, large threads
380 – 620
3 min.
3 min.
5 min.
50ml
High strength, especially for nickel surfaces
6,000 – 8,000
30 min.
25 min.
270 min.
50ml, 250ml
High viscosity, high strength, large threads
2,400 – 3,600
20 min.
20 min.
60 min.
50ml, 250ml
High strength, high temperature resistant
20 – 55
20 min.
20 min.
60 min.
10ml, 50ml,
250ml, 2lt
Medium/high strength, wicking grade
225 – 475
10 min.
8 min.
10 min.
50ml, 250ml
Medium strength, no labelling, white MSDS
350 – 550
5 min.
4 min.
5 min.
50ml
500 – 900
10 min.
4 min.
25 min.
50ml,
250ml, 2lt
Comments
Low strength, low viscosity, small threads
Low strength, general purpose
High strength, low viscosity
High strength, no labelling, white MSDS
High strength, especially for chromated surfaces
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Thread Sealants
Sealing of Threaded Components
Why use a Loctite® Thread Sealant?
Loctite® Thread Sealants, are available in liquid form or as a sealing cord, they prevent the leakage
of gases and liquids. Designed for low and high pressure applications, they fill the space between
threaded parts and provide an instant, low pressure seal. When fully cured, they seal to the burst
strength of most pipe systems.
Loctite® Sealants are much superior to traditional sealant types:
• Solvent-based sealing compounds: Shrink during cure as solvents evaporate. Fittings must be
re-torqued to minimise voids. They lock the assembly by a combination of friction and deformation.
• PTFE tape: Lubricates allowing fittings to loosen under dynamic loads and resulting in loss of
clamping force and leakage. Dynamic loads may accelerate creep, causing leakage over time. The
lubricating effect of PTFE frequently results in over-tightening of fasteners, adding stress or causing
breakage of parts. Application requires good professional skills to avoid stressing fittings or castings.
• Hemp & Paste: Slow to apply and require a lot of expertise, are messy to assemble, and interfere with
the torque needed to obtain the correct pre-stress. Frequently require re-work to achieve a 100%
seal of the assembly.
Advantages of Loctite® Thread Sealants as compared to traditional sealant types:
• Single-component – clean and easy to apply
• Does not creep, shrink or block systems
• Can be used on any size of pipe fitting
• Replaces all types of tape and hemp/paste sealants
• The seal resists vibration and shock loads
• Grades with several approvals, e.g. Loctite® 55 Sealing Cord: Potable water (KTW) and Gas (DVGW) approvals
• Protect mated threaded areas against corrosion
Choose the right Loctite® Thread Sealants for your application:
Sealants must be chosen for reliable long-term sealing performance.
Pipes must remain leak-free under the severest vibration, chemical
attack, heat or pressure surges. When choosing a thread sealant, the
substrates to be sealed are a key criterion. Are we dealing with plastic
threads, metal threads or a combination of both? Plastic threads
usually require a different sealant than metal threads. The following
explanations should help you identify which technology should be
selected for each type of pipe fitting material:
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Anaerobic:
Technology:
Loctite® anaerobic thread sealants cure in the absence of air and
by contact with metals when confined within the threads of pipe
connections.
Application area:
Any type of metal fittings.
Sealing
Surface Preparation
Correct surface preparation is the most important factor to assure the total success of any sealant
performance. Without suitable surface preparation, Loctite® thread sealing applications can fail.
• Degrease, clean and dry surfaces prior to applying the sealant – use Loctite® 7063 (See
Cleaning – page 102)
• If anaerobic sealants are applied below 5°C, pre-treatment with Activator Loctite® 7240,
Loctite® 7471 or Loctite® 7649 is required
• For Sealing Cord Loctite® 55: Clean parts with Loctite® 7063 and roughen smooth threads
Dispensing Equipment
Anaerobic Sealants:
Loctite® anaerobic sealants can be applied by hand or with automatic or semi-automatic equipment.
Excess material can be wiped away.
Hand-Held Applicator
Loctite® 98414 Peristaltic Hand Pump will with stand for the Loctite® 50ml bottle, and
Loctite® 97001 Peristaltic Hand Pump for the Loctite® 250ml bottle. They are designed to dispense at
any angle in drop sizes from 0.01 to 0.4ml with viscosities up to 30,000 mPa·s, without post-dripping
or product waste.
97001 / 98414
Loctite® 97002 Pneumatic Cartridge Dispenser
Hand-held unit for 300ml cartridges tubes. With integrated pressure regulator and quick pressure
relief valve. No run-on.
For information on semi- or fully automated dispensing equipment, available valves, spare
parts, accessories and dispensing tips, please refer to page 142 or the Loctite® Equipment
Sourcebook.
97002
Silicone:
Sealing cord – Loctite® 55:
Technology:
Loctite® silicone thread sealant polymerises at room temperature,
reacting with ambient moisture (RTV = Room Temperature Vulcanising)
Technology:
Loctite® 55 Sealing Cord is a non-curing, coated multifilament cord that
seals out water, gas and most industrial oils. (Potable water (KTW) and gas
(DVGW) approvals)
Application area:
Ideal for use on threaded plastic or plastic/metal substrate combinations
Application area:
Recommended for sealing metal and plastic tapered threads. Loctite® 55
allows for post assembly adjustments.
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Thread Sealants
Product table
Are the parts metal or plastic?
Metal, plastic or a combination of both
Do you need to make post assembly adjustments?
Yes
No
Fine
Cord
Gel
Liquid
Loctite®
55
Loctite®
5331
Loctite®
542
Metal, plastic or both
Metal, plastic or both
Metal
Tested to 4"
3"
3/4"
Low
Low
Medium
Instant low pressure seal
Yes (full pressure)
Yes
No
Service temperature range
-55 to +130°C
-50 to +150°C
-55 to +150°C
Pack sizes
50m, 150m cord
100ml
10ml, 50ml, 250ml
Equipment1
N.A.
N.A.
97001, 98414
Loctite® 55
• General purpose, threaded pipe
and fitting sealant
• Non curing, immediate, full
pressure seal
• For a quick, easy and reliable
seal
WRAS listed, meets BS 6920
for potable water: 0808533
DVGW/KTW approval for gas
and potable water
Tested in accordance with
EN 751-2 Class ARp and DIN
30660 Certified to NSF/ANSI,
Standard 61
Loctite® 5331
• Ideal for use on threaded
plastic or plastic/metal fittings
carrying hot or cold water
e.g. industrial and agricultural
plastic water pipe systems or
drainage systems
WRAS listed, meets BS 6920
for potable water: 0706521
DVGW approval, tested in
accordance with EN 751-1
P1 NSF Reg. No.: 123620
Loctite® 542
• Ideal for fine threads as used in
hydraulic, pneumatic & general
fittings
DVGW approval (EN 751-1):
NG-5146AR0855
Solution
Substrate to be sealed
Maximum pipe size
Disassembly strength
Handy Hints:
• Degrease, clean and dry surfaces prior
to applying the adhesive – use Loctite® 7063 (see Cleaning on
page 102)
• If the anaerobic sealant (Loctite® 542,
561, 572, 577 or 586) is applied below
5°C, pre-treatment with Loctite® 7240
or Loctite® 7649 is advised (see Surface
Preparation on page 124)
1
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For detailed information see
pages 142-151
Sealing
Metal
Are the threads fine or coarse?
Medium
Coarse
Gel
Gel
Gel
Gel
Loctite®
586
Loctite®
577
Loctite®
5776
Loctite®
5400
Metal
Metal
Metal
Metal
2"
3"
3"
3"
Medium
Medium
Medium
Medium
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
-55 to +150°C
-55 to +150°C
-55 to +150°C
-55 to +150°C
Not available in the U.K.
50ml, 250ml, 2lt, 2lt BIB
50ml, 250ml
50ml, 250ml
N.A.
97002, 97124
97002
97002
Loctite® 577
• General purpose sealant for all
coarse metal threads
• Suitable for fast applications at
low temperatures, e.g. outdoor
plant maintenance
P1 NSF Reg. No.: 123001
DVGW Approval (EN 751-1):
NG-5146AR0621
WRAS Approval (BS 6920):
0711506
Loctite® 5776
• General purpose sealant for all
coarse metal threads
• Suitable for fast applications at
low temperatures, e.g. outdoor
plant maintenanc
• Ideal for drinking water
applications up to 60°C
DVGW Approval (EN 751-1): NG5146BU0527
KTW Approval: KA 297/11
Loctite® 5400
• Leading in health and safety
• No hazard symbols, risk or
safety phrases.
• “White” Material Safety Data
Sheet – no entries in sections
2, 3, 15 and 16 of MSDS acc.
to (EC) No. 1907/2006 – ISO
11014-1
• Slow curing, medium strength
thread sealant
• Excellent chemical and thermal
resistance of cured product
Loctite® 586
• Slow curing, high strength
sealant
• Especially suitable for copper
and brass fittings
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Thread Sealants
Product list
Chemical basis
Colour
Fluorescence
Max. thread
size
Service
temperature
range
Disassembly
strength
Breakaway
torque
Loctite® 55
PA-multifilament
White
No
R4"
-55 to +130°C
N.A.
N.A.
Loctite® 511
Methacrylate
White to off-white
No
M80/R3"
-55 to +150°C
Low
6 Nm
Loctite® 542
Methacrylate
Brown
No
M26/R3/4"
-55 to +150°C
Medium
15 Nm
Loctite® 549
Methacrylate
Orange
No
M80/R3"
-55 to +150°C
High
20 Nm
Loctite® 561 Stick
Methacrylate
Orange
No
M80/R3"
-55 to +150°C
Low
2 Nm
Loctite® 567
Methacrylate
Off-white
No
M80/R3"
-55 to +150°C
Low
1.7 Nm
Loctite® 570
Methacrylate
Opaque
Silver brown
No
M80/R3"
-55 to +150°C
Low
5.5 Nm
Loctite® 572
Methacrylate
White to off-white
No
M80/R3"
-55 to +150°C
Medium
7 Nm
Loctite® 577
Methacrylate
Yellow
Yes
M80/R3"
-55 to +150°C
Medium
11 Nm
Loctite® 582
Methacrylate
Blue
Yes
M56/R2"
-55 to +150°C
Medium
8.5 Nm
Loctite® 586
Methacrylate
Red
Yes
M56/R2"
-55 to +150°C
High
15 Nm
Loctite® 5331
Silicone
White
No
M80/R3"
-55 to +150°C
Low
1.5 Nm
Loctite® 5400
Methacrylate
Yellow
Yes
M80/R3"
-55 to +150°C
Medium
19 Nm
Loctite® 5772
Methacrylate
Yellow
Yes
M80/R3"
-55 to +150°C
Medium
11 Nm
Loctite® 5776
Methacrylate
Yellow
Yes
M80/R3"
-55 to +150°C
Medium
9 Nm
Product
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* For detailed information see www.loctite.co.uk
** Measured with cone and plate equipment – corresponds with viscosity of
Loctite® 577 (based on Brookfield)
Sealing
Viscosity in mPa·s
Thixotropy
Approval*
Pack sizes
Comments
Cord
–
DVGW, KTW, NSF
50m, 150m cord
9,000 – 22,000
Yes
DVGW
50ml, 250ml
400 – 800
No
DVGW, WRAS
10ml, 50ml, 250ml
20,000
Yes
–
250ml
Semi-solid
–
NSF
19g
280,000 – 800,000
Yes
UL
50ml, 250ml
16,000 – 24,000
Yes
–
Not available in the U.K.
14,400 – 28,600
Yes
–
50ml, 250ml
16,000 – 33,000
Yes
DVGW, NSF, BAM
50ml, 250ml, 2lt
4,500 – 5,500
No
–
Not available in the U.K.
For metal, medium strength, fast curing
4,000 – 6,000
Yes
BAM
Not available in the U.K.
For metal, high strength, excellent on brass
50,000
Yes
DVGW, WRAS, NSF
100ml
5,000 – 20,000
Yes
–
50ml, 250ml
16,000 – 33,000
Yes
PMUC
50ml
1,000 – 6,000**
Yes
DVGW, KTW
50ml, 250ml
For plastic and metal, esp. gas and water pipes, not curing
For metal, low strength, general purpose
For metal, esp. hydraulic pipes
For metal, high strength, slow curing
Stick, for metal threads, MRO/Distribution
For metal, low strength, coarse threads
For metal, low strength, very slow curing
For metal, slow curing
For metal, general purpose
For plastic and metal
For metal, no labelling, white MSDS
For metal, especially for nuclear power plants
For metal, especially gas and water pipes, fast curing
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Gasketing Products
Sealing of Flanges
Why use a Loctite® Gasketing Product?
Gaskets are used to prevent leakage of fluids or gases by forming impervious barriers. For successful
gasketing, it is necessary that the seal must remain intact and leak-free over a long period of time.
The gasket must be resistant to fluids and/or gases, and withstand the operating temperatures and
pressures to which it is subjected. Loctite® Gasketing products are self-forming gaskets that provide
a perfect seal between components, with maximum face-to-face contact, eliminating flange face
corrosion. A low-pressure seal is formed immediately on assembly, with full cure in 24 hours giving a
joint that won’t shrink, crack or relax.
Loctite® Gasketing Products offer a much higher performance and provide
numerous benefits over traditional sealing systems such as pre-cut gaskets:
The major causes of failure and leakage of compression gaskets are:
• Surface contact: Compression gaskets do not provide total contact between the gasket and the flange
surfaces. Therefore minor leakages may occur (weeping).
• Compression set: Compression gaskets relax under dynamic loads and decrease in thickness, with
subsequent loss of bolt tension in the flange joint resulting in leakage
• Extrusion: Gaskets can be squeezed out between flanges
• Bolt hole distortion: High stresses are transferred to the gasket material under the bolt head, causing
the gasket to crack, tear, rupture or extrude.
Advantages of Loctite® Gasketing Products as compared to conventional pre-cut compression gaskets:
• Single-component – easy and clean to apply
• Replace conventional gaskets – reduce inventory
• Fills all voids
• No need for retorquing
• Excellent instant seal
• High resistance to solvents
• Resists high pressure when fully cured
Choose the right Loctite® Gasket for your application:
Many factors influence gasket choice. Henkel offers a variety of gasketing materials:
Anaerobic products for rigid
flanges:
They remain liquid when exposed to air, but cure
when confined between mating flanges. Loctite®
anaerobic gasketing products are best suited
for rigid metal-to-metal assemblies where the
sealing gap is zero or small.
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Sealing
Surface Preparation
Components should be clean and free from contamination such as grease, oil, gasket and sealant
residues, etc.
• Degrease, clean and dry surfaces prior to applying the sealant – use Loctite® 7063 (See Cleaning
on page 102)
• For maintenance and repair, remove residues of old gaskets with Loctite® 7200 Gasket Remover
and clean surfaces with Loctite® 7063 (see Cleaning on page 102)
• If the anaerobic sealant is applied below 5°C, pre-treatment with Loctite® 7240, Loctite® 7471 or
Loctite® 7649 is advised (see Surface Preparation on page 124)
Dispensing Equipment
Loctite® Cartridge Dispensers are ergonomically designed for the hand delivery of Loctite® sealants.
Whether manual or pneumatic, each item is designed for simple, clean, hand-held dispensing of
Loctite® Gasketing Products:
Cartridge Gun
Staku 142240
• Hand-held, manually operated dispenser for all standard 300ml cartridges
• Rapid loading system to make cartridge changes clean and easy
142240
Cartridge Gun
Loctite® 97002 Pneumatic Cartridge Dispenser
• Hand-held unit for 300ml cartridges and 250ml squeeze tubes
• Integrated pressure regulator
• Quick pressure relief, to minimise run-on effect
For information on semi- or fully automated dispensing equipment, available valves, spare
parts, accessories and dispensing tips, please refer to page 142 or the Loctite® Equipment
Sourcebook.
Silicone products for flexible
flanges:
®
Loctite silicone gasketing materials include
products with specific properties including
excellent fluid resistance and formulations for
high operating temperatures. They are best
suited for large gap applications and assemblies
where flange movement occurs.
97002
Loctite® Gasketing Products:
Loctite® gaskets can be used on almost every
flange type. They are applied as a liquid sealant
to one of the flange surfaces before the parts
are assembled. After the assembly the gasket
spreads and cures between the flanges, filling
gaps, scratches, and surface irregularities to
provide a durable seal.
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Gasketing Products
Product table
What gap must the sealant fill?
Up to 0.25 mm
Metals
Paste
Gel
Paste
Loctite®
574
Loctite®
518
Loctite®
5188
Flange type
Rigid
Rigid
Rigid
Cure method
Anaerobic
Anaerobic
Anaerobic
Oil resistance
Excellent
Excellent
Excellent
Water/Glycol resistance
Excellent
Excellent
Excellent
-55 to +150°C
-55 to +150°C
-55 to +150°C
50ml, 160ml cartridge,
250ml, 2lt
50ml, 65ml,
300ml cartridge, 850ml
50ml, 300ml, 850ml, 2lt
97002, 91124
142240, 97002
142240, 97002, 97124
Loctite® 518
• Ideal for use on
rigid iron, steel and
aluminium flanges
P1 NSF Reg. No.: 123758
Loctite® 5188
• Ideal for sealing all
kinds of rigid metal
flanges, especially
aluminium flanges
• Excellent in demanding
applications
• Excellent chemical
resistance, highly
flexible
• Superior adhesion,
can tolerate slight oil
contamination on the
flange surface
Solution
Service temperature range
Pack size
Equipment1
Handy Hints:
• Remove residues of old gaskets with Loctite® 7200 Gasket Remover
• Degrease, clean and dry surfaces prior to applying the
adhesive – use Loctite® 7063 (See Cleaning on page 102)
• If the anaerobic sealant is applied below 5°C, pre-treatment with
Loctite® 7240 or Loctite® 7649 is advised (See Surface Preparation
on page 124)
Loctite® 574
• Ideal for use on rigid
metal parts, e.g. cast
iron components and
pump housings
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1
For detailed information see pages 142
Sealing
Greater than 0.25 mm
Plastic, metals or combination of both
Gel
Paste
Paste
Paste
Paste
Loctite®
5800
Loctite®
510
Loctite®
5926
Loctite®
5699
Loctite®
5970
Rigid
Rigid
Flexible
Flexible
Flexible
Anaerobic
Anaerobic
Moisture
Moisture
Moisture
Excellent
Excellent
Good
Good
Excellent
Excellent
Excellent
Good
Excellent
Good
-55 to +180°C
-55 to +200°C
-55 to +200°C
-60 to +200°C
-60 to +200°C
50ml, 300ml cartridge
50ml, 160ml, 250ml
40ml tube
80ml, 300ml cartridge,
20lt
300ml cartridge, 20lt
142240, 97002
142240, 97002
N.A.
142240, 97002
142240, 97002
Loctite® 5800
• Leading in health and
safety: No hazard
symbols, risk or safety
phrases
• "White" Material Safety
Data Sheet – no entries
in sections 2, 3, 15 and
16 of MSDS
• Excellent chemical and
thermal resistance of
cured product
Loctite® 510
• Ideal for use on rigid
flanges where high
temperature and
chemical resistance is
necessary
P1 NSF Reg. No.: 123007
Loctite® 5926
• Multi purpose flexible
silicone sealant. Can be
used on metal, plastic
and painted parts
• Resists vibration,
thermal expansion and
contraction
Loctite® 5699
• Ideal for sealing
all types of flanges
including stamped
sheet metal where
water glycol resistance
is required
• Tack-free after 10min.
P1 NSF Reg. No.: 122998
Loctite® 5970
• Replacement for
cork and paper cut
gaskets on flanges and
stamped
• sheet metal covers
Ideal for use where
high vibration or flexing
occurs
• Can be used with
plastic and painted
parts
• Tack-free after 25min.
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Gasketing Products
Product list
Colour
Fluorescence
Service
temperature
range
Strength
Viscosity in mPa·s
Tensile shear
strength in N/mm2
Loctite® 510
Pink
No
-55 to +200°C
Medium
40,000 – 140,000
5
Loctite® 515
Dark purple
Yes
-55 to +150°C
Medium
150,000 – 375,000
6
Loctite® 518
Red
Yes
-55 to +150°C
Medium
500,000 – 1,000,000
7.5
Loctite® 573
Green
Yes
-55 to +150°C
Low
13,500 – 33,000
1.3
Loctite® 574
Orange
Yes
-55 to +150°C
Medium
23,000 – 35,000
8.5
Red
Yes
-55 to +150°C
Medium
11,000 – 32,000
7
Loctite® 5203
Red
Yes
-55 to +150°C
Very low
50,000 – 100,000
1
Loctite® 5205
Red
Yes
-55 to +150°C
Medium
30,000 – 75,000
3
Loctite® 5208
Red
Yes
-55 to +150°C
Medium
12,000 – 27,000
6
Loctite® 5800
Red
Yes
-55 to +180°C
Medium
11,000 – 32,000
7.5
Dark purple
Yes
-55 to +150°C
Medium
300,000 – 1,000,000
6
Product
Loctite® 5188
Chemical basis
Methacrylate
Loctite® 128068
Extrusion rate in
g/min
Loctite® 5699
Grey
No
-60 to +200°C
Low
200
1.7
Loctite® 5900
Black
No
-55 to +200°C
Low
20 – 50
1.2
Loctite® 5910
Black
No
-60 to +200°C
Low
300
1.2
Loctite® 5920
Copper
No
-60 to +350°C
Low
275
1.4
Loctite® 5926
Blue
No
-55 to +200°C
Low
550
–
Loctite® 5970
Black
No
-55 to +200°C
Low
40 – 80
1.5
Loctite® 5980
Black
No
-55 to +200°C
Low
120 – 325
1.5
Silicone
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Sealing
Max. gap
in mm
Fixture time
steel
Fixture time
aluminium
Pack sizes
0.25
25 min.
45 min.
50ml, 160ml, 250ml
0.25
30 min.
30 min.
50ml, 300ml
0.3
25 min.
20 min.
50ml, 65ml,
300ml cartridge, 850ml
For machined, rigid metal flanges – semi-flexible
0.1
9h
12 h
250ml
For machined, rigid metal flanges – slow curing
0.25
15 min.
45 min.
50ml, 160ml cartridge,
250ml, 2lt
For machined, rigid metal flanges – general purpose
0.25
25 min.
10 min.
50ml, 300ml, 850ml, 2lt
For machined, rigid metal flanges – highly flexible
0.125
10 min.
20 min.
300ml
0.25
25 min.
25 min.
50ml, 300ml, 850ml
For machined, rigid metal flanges – semi-flexible
0.125
12 min.
30 min.
250ml
For machined, rigid metal flanges – semi-flexible
0.25
25 min.
20 min.
50ml, 300ml cartridge
0.1
1h
3h
300ml, 850ml
For machined, rigid metal flanges – semi-flexible, very slow curing
Skin over time
Cure through
volume in 24 h
1
30 min.
2.5 mm
80ml, 300ml cartridge,
20lt
For flexible flanges, machined or casted surfaces, metal or plastic,
excellent in water/glycol
1
15 min.
2.5 mm
50ml, 300ml, 20lt
1
40 min.
2.75 mm
300ml cartridge, 80ml
tube
For flexible flanges, machined or casted surfaces, metal or plastic
1
40 min.
2.5 mm
80ml tube,
300ml cartridge, 20lt
For flexible flanges, machined or casted surfaces, high temperature
resistant
1
60 min.
2.5 mm
40ml tube
For flexible flanges, machined or casted surfaces, metal or plastic
1
25 min.
2.5 mm
300ml cartridge, 20lt
For flexible flanges, machined or casted surfaces, metal or plastic
1
30 min.
1 mm
200ml rocep can
Comments
For machined, rigid metal flanges – high temperature resistance
For machined, rigid metal flanges – medium cure speed
For machined, rigid metal flanges – easy disassembly
For machined, rigid metal flanges – no labelling, white MSDS
Thixotropic paste, black, excellent in engine oils
Flange sealant, black, big gaps, label-free
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Retaining Compounds
Cylindrical Assemblies
Why use a Loctite® Retaining Compound?
Loctite® Retaining Compounds secure bearings, bushes and cylindrical parts into housings or onto
shafts. They achieve maximum load transmission capability and uniform stress distribution and
eliminate fretting corrosion. Applied as a liquid, they form a 100% contact between mating metal
surfaces, eliminating the need for expensive replacement parts, time consuming machining or the use
of mechanical methods. Loctite® Retaining Compounds fill the inner space between components and
cure to form a strong precision assembly.
Loctite® Retaining Compounds are much superior to conventional assembly
methods:
• Pins, key/keyway assemblies: Have uneven distribution of mass, an imbalance that can lead to
vibration at high speeds.
• Splines and serrations: They cause high stresses due to the "notch effect" that occurs in the area of
a key. High machining costs.
• Clamp rings, press fits, shrink fits, and taper fits: They rely on friction alone to transmit torque,
therefore they are limited by material, surfaces and design. Close tolerances are needed to obtain
specific load capacities, leading to high production costs. Interference fitting creates stresses in the
components that can lead to failure, particularly when combined with operational stresses.
• Welding and soldering: Only compatible metals can be joined, the parts can be distorted by the
high temperatures required. Heating of the material can lead to residual stresses and structural
degradation. Disassembly can also be difficult or impossible.
Advantages of Loctite® Retaining Compounds as compared to conventional assembly methods:
• High-strength products can carry high loads
• Fill all voids to prevent corrosion and fretting
• 100% contact – load and stress is distributed evenly over the joint
Advantages of Loctite® Retaining Compounds in combination with shrink fits or press fits:
• Higher load transmission and performance with existing design and geometry solutions
• Equal performance by lower interference/lighter construction
Key factors to consider when choosing the right Loctite® Retaining Compound:
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1. Gap size between parts:
2. Temperature resistance:
Typically, low viscosity retaining compounds
(125 to 2,000 mPa·s) are used for gaps up
to 0.15 mm. For gaps greater than 0.15 mm,
retaining compounds with higher viscosities
(>2,000 mPa·s) should be used.
Most Loctite® Retaining Compounds are capable
of withstanding temperatures up to 150°C . For
applications that require resistance to higher
temperatures Henkel has developed a special
range of retaining products that can withstand
up to 230°C .
Bonding
Surface Preparation
Components should be clean and free from contamination such as grease, oil, cutting fluids,
protective coatings, etc.
• Degrease, clean and dry surfaces prior to applying the sealant – use Loctite® 7063 (See Cleaning
on page 102)
• If the adhesive is applied below 5°C, pre-treatment with Activator Loctite® 7240 or Loctite® 7649
is advised (see Surface Preparation on page 124)
• The cure speed of the retaining compound can be increased by use of Activator Loctite® 7649 or
Loctite® 7240 (see Surface Preparation on page 124).
Dispensing Equipment
Loctite® Retaining Compounds can be applied with automated process equipment or dispensed
manually.
Semi-Automatic Dispensing Equipment
Loctite® 97009 / 97121 / 97201
Loctite® Semi-Automatic Dispensing Equipment combines a controller and reservoir into a single
unit for valve dispensing of many Loctite® products. Provides digital timing control, empty and
end-of-cycle signal. Pinch Valve suitable for stationary or hand-held setup mode. The reservoirs are
large enough to accept 2kg bottles, and units can be equipped with low level sensing.
Hand-Held Applicator
Loctite® 98414 Peristaltic Hand Pump, 50ml bottle
Loctite® 97001 Peristaltic Hand Pump, 250ml bottle
These hand-held applicators mount easily on any anaerobic Loctite® 50ml or 250ml bottle,
converting the bottle into a portable dispenser. They are designed to dispense at any angle in
drop sizes from 0.01 to 0.04ml, without leaks or product waste (suitable for viscosities up to
30,000 mPa·s).
For information on semi- or fully automated dispensing equipment, available valves, spare
parts, accessories and dispensing tips, please refer to page 142 or the Loctite® Equipment
Sourcebook.
3. Bond strength:
4. Cure speed:
A high-strength retaining compound is
recommended for applications that require
a permanent bond. If parts will need to be
taken apart for maintenance, it is better to use
a medium strength product because shear
strength is lower.
Many production applications require retaining
compounds with fast cure speed to optimise
production rates. On the other hand, some
applications call for a slower cure so that
adjustments can be made after the parts have
been assembled. Our range of Loctite® Retaining
Compounds offers a wide choice of cure speed
options.
97009 / 97121 / 97201
97001/98414
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Retaining Compounds
Product table
Is the assembly very loose or badly worn?
Yes
Disassembly
required
Up to +230°C
Solution
Diametrical clearance
Strength required
Handling strength after1
Service temperature range
Pack size
Equipment2
Gel
Liquid
Liquid
Loctite® 660
(with Activator 7240 or 7649)
Loctite®
641
Loctite®
620
Up to 0.5 mm
Up to 0.1 mm
Up to 0.2 mm
High
Medium
High
15 min.
25 min.
80 min.
-55 to +150°C
-55 to +150°C
-55 to +230°C *
50ml
10ml, 50ml, 250ml
250ml
142240
97001, 98414
97001, 98414
Handy Hints:
• Degrease, clean and dry surfaces prior to applying the
adhesive – use Loctite® 7063 (See Cleaning on page 102)
• If the adhesive is applied below +5°C, pre-treatment with
Loctite® 7240 or Loctite® 7649 is advised (See Surface Preparation
on page 124)
• Use in conjunction with existing designs to increase their strength
Loctite® 660
• Ideal for repairing worn
coaxial parts without
remachining
• Enables re-use of worn
bearing seats, keys,
splines or tapers
• Suitable for retaining
shims
P1 NSF Reg. No.: 123704
1
At room temperature on steel joints.
For detailed information see page 142
* After heat cure +180°C for 30 min.
2
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Loctite® 641
• Ideal for parts that
need subsequent
dismantling, i.e.
retention of bearings
onto shafts and into
housings
Loctite® 620
• High temperature
resistance
• Ideal for retaining pins
in radiator assemblies,
sleeves into pump housings and bearings in
auto transmissions
DVGW approval (EN
751-1): NG-5146AR0622
Bonding
No
No disassembly required
What service temperature is required?
Up to +175°C
Up to +150°C
Gap ≤ 0.25 mm
Gap ≤ 0.1 mm
Liquid
Liquid
Liquid
Liquid
Liquid
Loctite®
648
Loctite®
6300
Loctite®
640
Loctite®
638
Loctite®
603
Up to 0.15 mm
Up to 0.15 mm
Up to 0.1 mm
Up to 0.25 mm
Up to 0.1 mm
High
High
High
High
High
3 min.
10 min.
24 h
4 min.
8 min.
-55 to +175°C
-55 to +175°C
-55 to +175°C
-55 to +150°C
-55 to +150°C
50ml, 250ml, 2lt
50ml, 250ml
250ml
3ml, 50ml, 250ml, 2lt
10ml, 50ml, 250ml, 1lt
97001, 98414, 97009,
97121, 97201
97001, 98414
97001, 98414
97001, 98414, 97009,
97121, 97201
97001, 98414, 97009,
97121, 97201
Loctite® 648
• Increased temperature
resistance
• Ideal for retaining of
parts with a clearance
or interference fit,
i.e. retaining bushes,
bearings, seals, fans,
and liners
WRAS Approval
(BS 6920): 0808532
Loctite® 6300
• Leading in health and
safety
• No hazard symbols, risk
or safety phrases
• "White" Material Safety
Data Sheet (no entries
in sections 2, 3, 15 and
16 of MSDS)
• Good thermal
resistance
Loctite® 640
• Slow cure
• Ideal for parts with
longer positioning time,
e.g. larger diameters
• Also for active metals,
like brass components
• Heat shrinking
Loctite® 638
• Best resistance to
dynamic, axial and
radial loads
• Ideal for shafts, gears,
pulleys and similar
cylindrical parts
P1 NSF Reg. No.: 123010
DVGW Approval
(EN 751-1): NG5146AR0619
WRAS Approval
(BS 6920): 0511518
Loctite® 603
(improved Loctite® 601)
• Ideal for retaining close
fitting cylindrical parts
• For use on cylindrical
fitting parts where
thorough degreasing is
not possible
• Approved for use on
bearings
P1 NSF Reg. No.: 123003
WRAS Approval (BS
6920): 0910511
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Retaining Compounds
Product list
Colour
Fluorescence
Service
temperature
range
Tensile shear
strength in
N/mm2
Thixotropy
Viscosity in mPa·s
Loctite® 601
Green
Yes
-55 to +150°C
> 15
No
100 – 150
Loctite® 603
Green
Yes
-55 to +150°C
> 22.5
No
100 – 150
Loctite® 620
Green
No
-55 to +230°C**
> 24.1
Yes
5,000 – 12,000
Loctite® 638
Green
Yes
-55 to +150°C
> 25
No
2,000 – 3,000
Loctite® 640
Green
Yes
-55 to +175°C
22
No
450 – 750
Loctite® 641
Yellow
No
-55 to +150°C
> 6.5
No
400 – 800
Green
Yes
-55 to +175°C
> 25
No
400 – 600
Loctite® 649
Green
Yes
-55 to +175°C
> 15
No
550 – 950
Loctite® 660
Silver
No
-55 to +150°C
> 17.2
Yes
150,000 – 350,000
Loctite® 661
Amber
No
-55 to +175°C
> 15
No
400 – 600
Loctite® 662
Amber
No
-55 to +150°C
> 25
No
1,750 – 3,250
Loctite® 675
Green
No
-55 to +150°C
20
No
100 – 150
Loctite® 6300
Green
Yes
-55 to +175°C
> 15
No
250 – 550
Loctite® 121078
Green
Yes
-55 to +175°C
> 20
Yes
3,000 – 5,000
Product
Chemical basis
Loctite® 648
Methacrylate
30
* In combination with activator
** After heat cure +180°C for 30 min.
Bonding
Fixture time
on steel
Maximum
diametrical
clearance
Pack sizes
25 min.
0.1 mm
250ml
8 min.
0.1 mm
10ml, 50ml, 250ml, 1lt
80 min.
0.2 mm
250ml
4 min.
0.25 mm
3ml, 50ml, 250ml
2h
0.1 mm
250ml, 2lt
25 min.
0.1 mm
10ml, 50ml, 250ml
Medium strength, if disassembly is required
3 min.
0.15 mm
50ml, 250ml, 2lt
High strength, good temperature resistance
10 min.
0.1 mm
250ml
High strength, no acrylic acid
15 min.
0.5 mm*
50ml
High strength, gap fill for repair
4 min.
0.15 mm
250ml
High strength, low viscosity, also UV-curing
7 min.
0.25 mm
Not available in the U.K.
45 min.
0.1 mm
250ml, 2lt
10 min.
0.15 mm
50ml, 250ml
High strength, white MSDS, good temperature resistance
3 min.
0.25 mm
250ml, 1lt, 2lt
High strength, good temperature resistance, high viscosity. thixotropic
Comments
High strength, low viscosity, small gaps
High strength, oil tolerant
High strength, high temperature resistance
High strength, general purpose
High strength, good temperature resistance, slow curing
High strength, medium viscosity, also UV-curing
High strength, slow curing
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Instant Adhesives
For small to medium size parts
Why use a Loctite® Instant Adhesive?
Instant adhesives, or cyanoacrylates, cure very quickly when confined between surfaces. Surface
humidity on the substrates triggers the cure reaction, which moves from the substrate surfaces
towards the middle of the adhesive joint. Cyanoacrylates are chosen for bonding small parts to achieve
extremely fast fixturing. Due to their limited gap filling capacity they require close fitting surfaces,
although Loctite® 3090 2 component cyanoacrylate will fill gaps up to 5mm. Their adhesion to most
substrates is excellent and the bonding strength in shear and tensile mode is very good. They should
not be used on float glass or glazed ceramics, but can be used on GRP plastics. Bonds continuously
exposed to water need proper adhesive selection and aging evaluation.
Advantages of Loctite® Instant Adhesives:
• Clean and easy to apply
• Very fast positioning and fixturing of parts
• Joining a wide variety of dissimilar materials
• Excellent adhesion on a wide range of substrates, especially plastics and rubbers. Special
formulations are available for bonding metals or porous substrates. Primer Loctite® 770 offers
improve adhesion on difficult-to-bond materials such as PP, PE, POM, PTFE, or silicone
• High strength on very small bond faces
• Free of solvents
• Do not require complex part geometries, e.g.snap-fits
Choosing the right Loctite® Instant Adhesive:
Loctite® Instant Adhesives come
in a variety of types optimised for
specific application requirements,
e.g. the parts to be bonded,
the loads to be resisted, the
joint geometry, the process
parameters, etc.
The following explanations should
help you identify which technology
is best suited for any particular
application.
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Instant adhesives for
bonding porous or acidic
substrates:
Shock and impact
resistant instant
adhesives:
These formulations are specially
tailored to porous and acidic
substrates, e.g. paper or galvanised
metals, to achieve fast cure and
fixturing.
Elastomer-modified instant
adhesives achieve very good
shock and impact resistance.
In addition, they offer improved
thermal performance and
resistance of metal bonds in humid
environments.
High temperature instant
adhesives:
These instant adhesives are
resistant to temperatures up to
120°C, for short periods even up to
140°C.
Bonding
Surface Preparation
Correct surface preparation is a key factor to assure the total success of any adhesive performance.
• The surfaces to be bonded should be clean, dry and free of grease. If necessary, clean the parts
with Loctite® 7063 or Loctite® 7070 and allow to dry (see Cleaning on page 102)
• For faster fixture time, apply Loctite® Activator to one of the mating surfaces (see Surface
Preparation on page 124)
• To improve adhesion to difficult-to-bond materials (PP, PE, PTFE etc.), coat these bond faces
completely with Primer Loctite® 770 (see Surface Preparation on page 124)
Dispensing Equipment
Loctite® Instant Adhesives are used for a wide variety of bonding applications. For some jobs it is sufficient to dispense the product manually from
bottles designed specifically for easy and accurate dispensing.
In other cases, however, more precise hand-held or stationary automated dispensing is required. Loctite® dispensing equipment is designed to make
application and use of our products fast, precise, clean and economical:
Peristaltic Dispenser Loctite® 98548
The peristaltic motion of the rotor provides volumetric dispensing of the adhesive directly from
the bottle. The unit is designed mainly for manual work stations, but can also be integrated into
automatic production lines. A precise amount of product can be set and high repetition accuracy is
ensured.
Semi-Automatic Dispensing System Loctite® 1388646
The system is suitable for dispensing dots or beads of low to medium viscosity Loctite® Instant
Adhesives. It is designed for integration into automated assembly lines. The diaphragm valve
provides high-resolution stroke adjustment and achieves no-drip dispensing. The controller actuates
valve, reservoir and start of operation via footswitch, keyboard or higher ranking PLC.
98548
For information on semi- or fully automated dispensing equipment, available valves, spare
parts, accessories and dispensing tips, please refer to page 142 or the Loctite® Equipment
Sourcebook.
1388646
Flexible instant
adhesives:
Low bloom, low odour
instant adhesives:
2-component instant
adhesives:
Light curing instant
adhesives:
Where bonded components are
subjected to bending loads, flexible
instant adhesives will reduce
localised stress concentrations or
encourage a more homogeneous
deformation.
Specially formulated low-bloom
instant adhesives are recommended
for cosmetically sensitive
applications and/or very low odour.
Innovative, two-component
technology provides fast cure
independent of gap. This applies
especially for assemblies which are
not a perfect fit, or where excess
adhesive may be present.
Light curing formulations are
recommended for bonding clear and
transparent substrates with good
aesthetic finish, or for curing
of excess fillets (see Light Cure
Adhesives on page 40).
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Instant Adhesives
Product table
Are you bonding “difficult to bond” rubbers or plastics, e.g. PE, PP, PTFE, silicone?
Yes
Undefined gaps?
Is the bond going to be
Yes
Low viscosity
Clear
Black
Bendable joints
Loctite® 406
(with Primer 770)
Loctite®
435
Loctite®
480
Loctite®
4850
2 – 10 sec.
10 – 20 sec.
20 – 50 sec.
3 – 10 sec.
Viscosity
20 mPa·s
200 mPa·s
150 mPa·s
400 mPa·s
Colour
Colourless
Colourless
Black
Colourless
-40 to +120°C
-40 to +100°C
-40 to +100°C
-40 to +80°C
20g, 50g, 500g, 2kg
20g, 500g
20g, 500g
20g, 500g
Loctite® 480
• For applications where
shock resistance is
required or shock or
peel loads are present
• Ideal for bonding metal
to metal, to rubber or
magnets
• Good resistance in
humid environments
Loctite® 4850
• For bonding materials
subjected to bending
or distortion, as well as
flexible components
• For porous and
absorbent substrates
and acidic surfaces
Solution
Fixture time
Service temperature range
Pack sizes
Handy Hints:
• In combination with Loctite®
Instant Adhesives: a) to
improve adhesion of difficult
to bond materials use
Loctite® 770 b) to increase
cure speed use Activator
Loctite® 7458, 7452 or 7457
(see Surface Preparation on
page 124)
• For difficult to bond
plastics (PE and PP) see
Loctite® 3038 on page 63
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Loctite® 406
• Rapid bonding of
plastics, rubbers,
including EPDM, and
elastomers
• Loctite® 770 Polyolefin
Primer improves
bonding on difficult to
bond substrates
Loctite® 435
• High resistance to
impact and shock
loads, high peel
strength
• Bonding of plastics,
rubber, metals,
porous and absorbent
substrates and acidic
surfaces
• Good resistance in
humid environments
Bonding
No
Varying gaps? Larger gaps?
Defined small gaps < 0.15 mm
Gaps up to 5 mm
Subjected to shock or impact loads?
No
Low viscosity
Medium viscosity
Gel, non drip
Low bloom, low
odour
Low bloom
Loctite®
401
Loctite®
431
Loctite®
454
Loctite®
460
Loctite®
3090
3 – 10 sec.
5 – 10 sec.
5 – 10 sec.
5 – 20 sec.
90 – 150 sec.
100 mPa·s
1,000 mPa·s
Gel
40 mPa·s
200 mPa·s
Colourless
Colourless
Colourless
Colourless
Colourless
-40 to +120°C
-40 to +80°C
-40 to +120°C
-40 to +80°C
-40 to +80°C
3g, 20g, 50g, 500g
20g, 500g
10g, 20g, 300g
20g, 50g, 500g
10g, 50g
Loctite® 401
• General purpose
• For acidic surfaces
such as chromated
or galvanised surfaces
• For porous substrates
such as wood, paper,
leather, cork and fabric
P1 NSF Reg. No.: 123011
Loctite® 431
• General purpose
• For acidic surfaces
such as chromated
or galvanised surfaces
• For porous substrates
such as wood, paper,
leather, cork and fabric
Loctite® 454
• General purpose gel
• Ideal when nondripping is required, or
for use on vertical or
overhead surfaces
• Bonding paper, wood,
cork, foam, leather,
card, metals and
plastics
P1 NSF Reg. No.: 123009
Loctite® 460
• For applications where
cosmetic aspects and
low bloom is required
• For low odour during
use
• For porous substrates
such as wood, paper,
leather, cork and fabric
Loctite® 3090
• For applications
with gaps up to 5 mm
or excess of adhesive
• For applications where
cosmetic aspects and
low bloom is required
• For porous substrates
such as wood, paper,
leather, cork and fabric
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Instant Adhesives
Product list
Product
Chemical
basis
Viscosity in
mPa·s
Substrates
Colour
Plastics/
Polyolefines
Rubbers
Metals
Loctite® 382
Ethyl
5,000
Colourless transparent
20 – 40 sec.
• / •*
•
•
Loctite® 401
Ethyl
100
Colourless transparent
3 – 10 sec.
• / •*
•
•
Loctite® 403
Alkoxy ethyl
1,200
Colourless transparent
5 – 20 sec.
• / •*
•
•
Loctite® 406
Ethyl
20
Colourless transparent
2 – 10 sec.
• • / • •*
••
•
Loctite® 407
Ethyl
30
Colourless transparent
5 – 20 sec.
• / •*
•
••
Loctite® 408
Alkoxy ethyl
5
Colourless transparent
5 – 10 sec.
• / •*
•
•
Loctite® 409
Ethyl
Gel
Colourless transparent
20 – 60 sec.
• / •*
•
•
Loctite® 410
Ethyl
3,000
Black
30 – 60 sec.
• / •*
•
•
Loctite® 414
Ethyl
90
Colourless transparent
2 – 10 sec.
• / •*
•
•
Loctite® 415
Methyl
1,200
Colourless transparent
20 – 40 sec.
• / •*
•
••
Loctite® 416
Ethyl
1,200
Colourless transparent
20 – 40 sec.
• / •*
•
•
Loctite® 420
Ethyl
2
Colourless transparent
5 – 20 sec.
• • / •*
•
•
Loctite® 422
Ethyl
2,300
Colourless transparent
20 – 40 sec.
• / •*
•
•
Loctite® 424
Ethyl
100
Colourless transparent
2 – 10 sec.
• • / • •*
••
•
Loctite® 431
Ethyl
1,000
Colourless transparent
5 – 10 sec.
• / •*
•
•
Loctite® 435
Ethyl
200
Colourless transparent
10 – 20 sec.
• • / •*
••
••
Loctite® 438
Ethyl
200
Black
10 – 20 sec.
• / •*
•
••
Loctite® 454
Ethyl
Gel
Colourless transparent
5 – 10 sec.
• / •*
•
•
Loctite® 460
Alkoxy ethyl
40
Colourless transparent
5 – 20 sec.
• / •*
•
•
Loctite® 480
Ethyl
200
Black
20 – 50 sec.
• / •*
••
••
Loctite® 493
Methyl
3
Colourless transparent
10 – 30 sec.
• / •*
•
••
Loctite® 495
Ethyl
30
Colourless transparent
5 – 20 sec.
• / •*
•
•
Loctite® 496
Methyl
125
Colourless transparent
10 – 30 sec.
• / •*
•
••
Loctite® 3090
Ethyl
200
Colourless transparent
90 – 150 sec.
• / •*
••
•
Loctite® 4011Med
Ethyl
100
Colourless transparent
3 – 10 sec.
• / •*
•
•
Loctite® 4014Med
Ethyl
2
Colourless transparent
10 – 30 sec.
• / • •*
•
•
Med = Certified according to ISO 10993 for medical device manufacturing
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Fixture time
•• well suited for
• suited for
* in combination with Primer Loctite® 770
Bonding
Porous and/or
acidic surfaces
Service
temperature
range
Properties
Pack sizes
Low odour/cosmetic
appearance
–/•
-40 to +80°C
••
-40 to +120°C
••
-40 to +80°C
••
Comments
Flexible/impact
resistance
••/••
20g, 500g, 2kg, Kit
General purpose, gel
3g, 20g, 50g, 500g
Universal, low viscosity
20g, 50g, 500g
Low bloom, low odour, medium viscosity
-40 to +120°C
20g, 50g, 500g, 2kg
Plastics and rubber, low viscosity
-40 to +100°C
50g
High temperature, low viscosity
20g, 500g
Low bloom, low odour, capillary
-40 to +80°C
••/••
-40 to +80°C
20g
General purpose, gel
20g
Toughened, black, high viscosity
-40 to +80°C
20g
General purpose, low viscosity
-40 to +80°C
20g, 50g, 500g
Metals, medium viscosity
-40 to +80°C
20g, 50g, 500g
General purpose, medium viscosity
-40 to +80°C
20g, 500g, 2kg
General purpose, capillary
-40 to +80°C
20g, 50g, 500g
General purpose, high viscosity
-40 to +80°C
20g, 500g
Plastics and rubber, low viscosity
••
-40 to +80°C
20g, 500g
Universal, medium viscosity
••
-40 to +100°C
•/••
20g, 500g
Toughened, clear
••
-40 to +100°C
•/••
20g, 500g
Toughened, black, fast
••
-40 to +120°C
••
-40 to +80°C
•/••
-40 to +80°C
••/••
•/••
-40 to +100°C
10g, 20g, 300g
Universal, gel
20g, 50g, 500g
Low bloom, low odour, low viscosity
20g
Toughened, black, slow
-40 to +80°C
50g, 500g
-40 to +120°C
20g, 50g, 100g, 500g
General purpose, low viscosity
-40 to +80°C
20g, 50g, 100g, 500g
Metals, low viscosity
••
-40 to +80°C
••
•/••
Metals, capillary
10g, 50g
Gap filling, 2-component, low bloom
-40 to +80°C
20g, 454g
Universal, low viscosity
-40 to +80°C
20g
Plastics and rubber, capillary
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Instant Adhesives
Product list
Product
Chemical
basis
Viscosity in
mPa·s
Substrates
Colour
Plastics/
Polyolefines
Rubbers
Metals
Loctite® 4031Med
Alkoxy ethyl
1,200
Colourless transparent
20 – 60 sec.
• / •*
•
•
Loctite® 4061Med
Ethyl
20
Colourless transparent
2 – 10 sec.
• • / • •*
••
•
Loctite® 4062
Ethyl
2
Colourless transparent
2 – 5 sec.
• • / • •*
••
•
Loctite® 4204
Ethyl
4,000
Colourless transparent
10 – 30 sec.
• / •*
•
••
Loctite® 4601Med
Alkoxy ethyl
40
Colourless transparent
20 – 60 sec.
• / •*
•
•
Loctite® 4850
Ethyl butyl
400
Colourless transparent
3 – 10 sec.
• • / •*
••
•
Loctite® 4860
Ethyl butyl
4,000
Colourless transparent
3 – 10 sec.
• / •*
•
•
Med = Certified according to ISO 10993 for medical device manufacturing
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Fixture time
•• well suited for
• suited for
* in combination with Primer Loctite® 770
Bonding
Porous and/or
acidic surfaces
Service
temperature
range
-40 to +80°C
Properties
Pack sizes
Low odour/cosmetic
appearance
••/••
454g
-40 to +80°C
20g, 454g
-40 to +80°C
20g, 50g, 500g
•/••
-40 to +120°C
-40 to +80°C
Comments
Flexible/impact
resistance
••/••
20g, 500g
20g
Low bloom, low odour, medium viscosity
Plastics and rubber, low viscosity
Plastics and rubber, capillary
High temperature, good impact resistance
Low bloom, low odour, low viscosity
••
-40 to +80°C
••/–
20g, 500g
Flexible, bendable, low viscosity
••
-40 to +80°C
••/–
20g, 500g
Flexible, bendable, high viscosity
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Light Cure Adhesives
For fast processing
Why use a Loctite® Light Cure Adhesive?
In addition to their excellent bonding characteristics and transparency, light cure adhesives also provide
unique processing advantages and compelling process cost reduction benefits. When exposed to
sufficient light of the appropriate wavelength, they cure very rapidly and allow fast production cycles,
in-line quality control and fast cycling to subsequent process steps. For best performance, light cure
adhesives are available in various adhesive families.
Loctite® Light Cure Equipment is engineered to match the adhesives with respect to intensity and
radiation spectrum, and suit specific part size and manufacturing process requirements.
Loctite® Light Cure Adhesive Technologies
• Light cure acrylics offer the most extensive variety of properties of all light cure chemistries.They
feature a transparency equal to glass or clear plastics, and versatile adhesion
• Light cure silicones, which cure into soft, flexible thermoset elastomers, are excellent for elastic
bonding, sealing and leak proofing
• Light cure cyanoacrylates offer outstanding plastic bonding capabilities combined with rapid cure at
low intensity light irradiation
• Light cure anaerobics show excellent metal bonding capabilities and offer outstanding chemical
resistance combined with shadow cure
Advantages of Loctite® Light Cure Adhesives:
Cure on demand
• Material remains liquid
until exposed to light
systems, then cures in
seconds
• Allows time to align parts
precisely prior to cure
• Choice of cure system
determines cure time
High speed of cure
Optical clarity
• Achieves high process
• Ideal for bonding
speeds for maximum
clear and transparent
throughput
substrates with perfect
aesthetic finish
• Fast cycling to subsequent
process steps
• Greatly expands the
design options
Quality assurance
• Product presence
monitoring by
fluorescence
• Fast snap cure allows
100% in-line inspection
• Monitoring functions for
cure parameters
One part systems
• Automated accurate
dispensing
• No need to measure
or mix, no working life
concerns
• Solvent-free
Choosing the right Loctite® Light Cure Adhesive:
To ensure reliable cure it is essential that the light reaches the adhesive. At least one of the bonded parts must be transparent to the curing wavelength
of the adhesive selected. For UV-stabilised plastics, for example, visible light cure adhesives should be chosen.
Dual cure capability, effected by heat or activator, as moisture or anaerobic cure, can also be provided to cure adhesives in shadowed areas. Dual cure
expands the benefits of light cure technology to non-transparent substrates, other adhesive technologies and application areas.
The targeted radiation wavelength is another key factor. Visible light offers a safer working environment. Light cure adhesives are designed to cure
solely with low energy light in the visible spectrum. This eliminates the need for ventilation, reduces energy usage, and saves money due to fewer
replacements, as well as reduced maintenance and repair.
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Bonding
Loctite® AssureCure® Detecting System
The Loctite® AssureCure® system is a combination of newly developed adhesives, equipment and
software that together allow you to:
• Quickly, accurately and precisely determine that your adhesive is fully cured in your bond line
• Use with a range of Loctite® AssureCure® Adhesives so that your application is matched with the
right adhesive performance specifically for your needs
• Benefit from less scrap, less QC testing time, faster production and the confidence of verified full
cure
Surface Preparation
Correct surface preparation is a key factor to the total success of any adhesive performance.
• The surfaces to be bonded should be clean, dry and free of grease. If necessary, clean the parts with Loctite® 7063 or Loctite® 7070 and allow to dry
(see Cleaning on page 102)
Dispensing Equipment and Light Cure Systems
For some jobs it is sufficient to dispense the product manually from the bottle onto the parts to be bonded. In other cases, however, more precise
hand-held or stationary automated dispensing is required. Loctite® dispensing equipment is specially designed to make application and use of our
products fast, precise, clean and economical:
Semi-Automated Dispensing System Loctite® 1388647
The system is suitable for dispensing dots or beads of low to medium viscosity Loctite® light
cure adhesives, and is designed for integration into automated assembly lines.The reservoir
accommodates up to 1.0 litre Loctite® bottles. The controller actuates the valve, reservoir and start
of operation via footswitch, keyboard or higher ranking PLC. An airline filter/regulator is included to
provide filtered air supply.
1388647
Light Cure Systems
Loctite® Light Cure Systems are available for manual workstatons as well as for production line
integration. Various bulb and LED technologies ensure the wavelength is perfectly matched to the
adhesive selected and the transparency of the parts to be bonded (for more details see Light Cure
Equipment on page 148).
For information on semi- or fully automated dispensing equipment, available valves, spare
parts, accessories and dispensing tips, please refer to page 142 or the Loctite® Equipment
Sourcebook or contact your local equipment engineer.
97055
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Light Cure Adhesives
Product table
Is a shadow area created by a non-transparent substrate? Is a secondary cure needed for
shadow areas?
No
Are you bonding glass?
Glass and other substrates
High strength &
Capillary
Ultra clear
Fast cure
Low viscosity
Loctite®
3081
Loctite®
3491
Loctite®
3494
Loctite®
3922
Chemistry
Acrylic
Acrylic
Acrylic
Acrylic
Viscosity
100 mPa·s
1,100 mPa·s
6,000 mPa·s
300 mPa·s
Clear
Clear
Clear
Transparent, colourless
Yes
No
No
Yes
-40 to +120°C
-40 to +130°C
-40 to +120°C
-40 to +130°C
25ml, 1lt
25ml, 1lt
25ml, 1lt
25ml, 1lt
Solution
Colour
Fluorescence
Service temperature range
Pack sizes
Loctite® 3081
• UV-light curing acrylic
• Low viscosity,
wicking grade for post
assembly applications
• For bonding glass,
plastics, metals, etc.
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* more products with secondary
cure mechanism, please see table
on page 44
Loctite® 3491
• UV-light curing acrylic
• Low yellowing in
sunlight environment
• For bonding glass,
plastics, metals, etc.
Loctite® 3494
• UV-light and/or visible
light curing acrylic
• Low yellowing in
sunlight environment
• For bonding glass,
plastics, metals, etc.
Loctite® 3922
• UV-light and/or visible
light curing acrylic
• Low yellowing in
sunlight environment
• For bonding plastics,
metals, etc.
Bonding
Yes*
No glass
bendable/deformable
High strength
High strength
Highly elastic
High viscosity
Toughened
Very fast
Instant adhesive
Silicone
Loctite®
3926
Loctite®
3525
Loctite®
3555
Loctite®
4304
Loctite®
5091
Acrylic
Acrylic
Acrylic
Cyanoacrylate
Silicone
5,500 mPa·s
15,000 mPa·s
1,000 mPa·s
20 mPa·s
5,000 mPa·s
Transparent, colourless
Clear
Transparent, yellow
Transparent, pale green
Translucent,
slightly milky
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
-40 to +150°C
-40 to +140°C
-40 to +100°C
-40 to +100°C
-60 to +180°C
25ml, 1lt
25ml, 1lt
25ml, 1lt
28g, 1lb
300ml
Loctite® 3555
• Very fast light cure
acrylic
• Cures with UV-light and
visible light
• For bonding plastics,
metals etc.
Loctite® 4304
• UV-light and/or
visible light curing
cyanoacrylate
• Cures in bond gaps by
surface humidity
• For bonding plastics,
metals, paper etc.
Loctite® 5091
• UV-light curing silicone
with secondary RTV
cure
• For elastic sealing and
bonding applications
• Good adhesion on
metals, glass and most
plastics
Loctite® 3926
• UV-light and/or visible
light curing acrylic
• Low yellowing in
sunlight environment
• For bonding plastics,
metals, etc.
• Heat Cure
Loctite® 3525
• UV-light and/or visible
light curing acrylic
• Low yellowing in
sunlight environment
• For bonding plastics,
metals, etc.
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Light Cure Adhesives
Product list
Chemical
basis
Suitable
wavelengths
for cure
Secondary
cure system
Viscosity in
mPa·s
Service
temperature
range in
°C
Depth of
cure in mm
Colour
Fluorescence
Loctite® 322
Acrylic
UV
No
5,500
-40 to +100
4
Transparent,
light amber
No
Loctite® 350
Acrylic
UV
No
4,500
-40 to +120
4
Transparent,
light amber
No
Loctite® 352
Acrylic
UV
Activator
7075
15,000
-40 to +150
4
Transparent,
amber
No
Loctite® 3011Med
Acrylic
UV
No
110
-40 to +100
4
Transparent,
light amber
No
Loctite® 3081Med
Acrylic
UV
No
100
-40 to +120
4
Clear
Yes
Loctite® 3211Med
Loctite® 3103
Acrylic
UV/VIS
No
10,000 thixo.
-40 to +140
>13
Transparent,
amber
No
Loctite® 3301Med
Acrylic
UV/VIS
No
160
-40 to +130
>13
Transparent,
colourless
No
Loctite® 3311Med
Loctite® 3105
Acrylic
UV/VIS
No
300
-40 to +130
>13
Transparent,
colourless
No
Loctite® 3321Med
Loctite® 3106
Acrylic
UV/VIS
No
5,500
-40 to +150
>13
Transparent,
light yellow
No
Loctite® 3341Med
Acrylic
UV/VIS
No
500
-40 to +100
>13
Transparent,
light yellow
Yes
Loctite® 3345Med
Acrylic
UV
No
1,500
-40 to +120
4
Transparent,
light amber
No
Loctite® 3381Med
Acrylic
UV
No
5,100
-40 to +130
4
Translucent,
colourless
No
Loctite® 3491
Acrylic
UV
No
1,100
-40 to +130
4
Clear
No
Loctite® 3494
Acrylic
UV/VIS
No
6,000
-40 to +120
>13
Clear
No
Loctite® 3525
Acrylic
UV/VIS
No
15,000
-40 to +140
>13
Clear
Yes
Product/grade
Med = Certified according to ISO 10993 for medical device manufacturing
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* cured with Loctite® 97055, 100 mW/cm² at 365 nm
** irradiated with 6 mW/cm² at 365 nm
Bonding
Tack-free
Fixturing
time* in sec. time** in sec.
Substrates
Shore
hardness
Glass
Plastics
Metals
Ceramics
Pack sizes
Comments
Fast surface cure
4
10
D 68
•
••
•
•
250ml, 1lt
20
15
D 70
••
•
••
•
50ml, 250ml
High humidity and chemical resistance
17
10
D 60
••
••
••
50ml, 250ml
High humidity and chemical resistance,
toughened
8
10
D 68
••
•
•
Not available in
the U.K.
Fast surface cure
8
10
D 74
••
••
•
•
25ml, 1lt
Fast surface cure
>30
12
D 51
•
••
••
•
25ml, 1lt
For stress-sensitive plastics
>30
12
D 69
•
••
••
•
25ml
For stress-sensitive plastics
>30
12
D 64
•
••
••
•
25ml, 1lt
For stress-sensitive plastics
>30
12
D 53
•
••
••
•
25ml, 1lt
For stress-sensitive plastics
15
8
D 27
••
•
•
1lt
Highly flexible, for soft PVC
30
15
D 70
••
•
••
•
Not available in
the U.K.
>30
30
A 72
•
••
•
•
25ml, 1lt
Highly flexible, high thermal cycle resistance
15
12
D 75
••
••
••
•
25ml, 1lt
High transparency, low yellowing
>30
8
D 65
••
••
••
•
25ml, 1lt
High transparency, low yellowing
10
5
D 60
•
••
••
•
25ml, 1lt
High strength, toughened
High humidity and chemical resistance
•• well suited for
• suited for
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Light Cure Adhesives
Product list
Chemical
basis
Suitable
wavelengths
for cure
Secondary
cure system
Viscosity in
mPa·s
Service
temperature
range in
°C
Depth of
cure in mm
Colour
Fluorescence
Loctite® 3555Med
Acrylic
UV/VIS
No
1,000
-40 to +100
>13
Transparent,
yellow
Yes
Loctite® 3556Med
Acrylic
UV/VIS
No
5,000
-40 to +100
>13
Transparent,
yellow
Yes
Loctite® 3921Med
Acrylic
UV/VIS
No
150
-40 to +130
>13
Transparent,
colourless
Yes
Loctite® 3922Med
Acrylic
UV/VIS
No
300
-40 to +130
>13
Transparent,
colourless
Yes
Loctite® 3924AC
Acrylic
UV/VIS
No
800 – 1,400
-40 to +100
>13
Transparent,
to hazy liquid
Yes
Loctite® 3926Med
Acrylic
UV/VIS
No
5,500
-40 to +150
>13
Transparent,
colourless
Yes
Loctite® 3936Med
Acrylic
UV/VIS
No
11,000
-40 to +140
>13
Transparent,
colourless
Yes
Loctite® 3972
Acrylic
UV/VIS
No
4,600
-40 to +100
>13
Transparent,
light amber
Yes
Loctite® 4304Med
Cyano-acrylate
UV/VIS
Surface
moisture
20
-40 to +100
>13
Transparent,
pale green
No
Loctite® 4305Med
Cyano-acrylate
UV/VIS
Surface
moisture
900
-40 to +100
>13
Transparent,
pale green
No
Loctite® 5083
Silicone
UV
Atmospheric
moisture
Thixo. paste
-60 to +200
5
Translucent,
slightly milky
No
Loctite® 5088 /
Loctite® 5248Med
Silicone
UV
Atmospheric
moisture
65,000
-60 to +200
1.5
Translucent,
straw
coloured
No
Loctite® 5091
Silicone
UV
Atmospheric
moisture
5,000
-60 to +180
4
Translucent,
slightly milky
No
Product/grade
Med = Certified according to ISO 10993 for medical device manufacturing
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* cured with Loctite® 97055, 100 mW/cm² at 365 nm
** irradiated with 6 mW/cm² at 365 nm
Bonding
Tack-free
Fixturing
time* in sec. time** in sec.
Substrates
Shore
hardness
Pack sizes
Comments
Glass
Plastics
Metals
Ceramics
•
••
•
•
25ml, 1lt
Fast cure, for coloured transparent
substrates
••
•
•
25ml, 1lt
Fast cure, for coloured transparent
substrates
10
5
D 77
10
5
D 68
>30
3
D 67
•
••
•
•
25ml, 1lt
For stress-sensitive plastics
>30
5
D 66
•
••
•
•
25ml, 1lt
For stress-sensitive plastics
>60
<5
D 60
••
••
••
>30
3
D 57
•
••
•
•
25ml, 1lt
For stress-sensitive plastics
>30
12
D 55
•
••
•
•
25ml, 1lt
For stress-sensitive plastics
5
5
D 68
••
••
<5
2
D 72
••
•
•
28g, 1lb
High plastic adhesion, low intensity cure
<5
2
D 77
••
•
•
28g, 454g
High plastic adhesion, low intensity cure
20
>30
A 55
••
•
••
••
10.8oz, 18kg
Highly flexible, acetoxy silicone
>30
>30
A 30
••
•
••
••
Not available in
the U.K.
Highly flexible, alkoxy silicone
30
>30
A 34
••
•
••
••
300ml
Highly flexible, acetoxy silicone
Not available in
the U.K
Not available in
the U.K.
Verifiable full cure, high speed production
Fast cure, high adhesion to soft PVC
•• well suited for
• suited for
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Hotmelt Adhesives
Solutions for fast processing applications
Why use a Henkel Hotmelt Adhesive?
Hotmelt adhesives are available in solid form as granules, cubes or sticks. They are based on various
raw material groups, such as ethylene vinyl acetate copolymer (EVA), polyamide (PA), polyolefin
copolymer (PO).
Reactive hotmelt adhesives based on polyurethane (PU hotmelt) undergo an additional crosslinking
reaction after cooling.
• Hotmelts are used for rapid initial strength
• Are applied by means of special equipment or hot melt guns
Hotmelt adhesives were developed to bond a variety of substrates, including difficult-to-bond plastics.
These adhesives can handle today’s toughest applications in a broad range of industries. Hotmelts are
ideal for applications that require high-speed manufacturing, bonding versatility, very large gap filling,
fast green strength, and minimal shrinkage.
Hotmelt adhesives offer many benefits – open times ranging from seconds to minutes, eliminating the
need for clamps or fixtures, long-term durability and excellent resistance to moisture, chemicals, oils,
and temperature extremes.
Hotmelt products are solvent-free.
Advantages Hotmelt in general
• High manufacturing speed (short setting time)
• Process can be easily automated
• Combination of adhesives and sealants
Advantages Polyamide Hotmelts (PA)
Advantages Polyolefin Hotmelts (PO)
• Good resistance against oils
• High temperature resistance
• Good flexibility at lower temperatures
• Good adhesion to PP (without corona or similar pretreatment)
• Good chemical resistance against acids, alcohols
• Higher temperature resistance than EVA
Advantages Polyurethane Hotmelts (PU)
Advantages Pressure-sensitive Hotmelts (PSA)
• Low application temperature
• Long open time
• MicroEmission products available
• Permanently tacky
• Self adhesive coating
• Coating and assembly can be separated
Advantages Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Hotmelts (EVA)
• Low viscosity
• Fast melting
• High application speed
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Bonding
Key factors to consider when choosing the right product
Temperature resistance
Hotmelt systems covering different service temperature ranges. Temperature resistance up to +150°C can be achieved.
Adhesion to different substrates
There are hotmelt systems available for bonding polar and/or non-polar substrates. They will bond different plastics, metals, wood and paper.
Chemical resistance
Hotmelt systems also provide excellent chemical resistance. Products are available for use in contact with oils, cleaners and even battery acid.
Strengths
Thermoplastic hotmelts reach their final strength immediately after cooling. At elevated temperatures they soften again. In addition, they can be used
as resins in hotmelt moulding processes. Polyurethane hotmelts are cross-linked with moisture to form a thermoset plastic that cannot be melted and
re-shaped after it is cured.
Product safety of reactive hotmelts
Purmelt ME (MicroEmission) is a PU hotmelt adhesive innovation. These products do not need to be labeled as hazardous material.
They contain less than < 0.1% of monomeric isocyanate. This is below the limit currently specified as harmful to human health under legislation of the
EU member states.
Purmelt ME is a new PU hotmelt adhesive product line.
Surface Preparation
Surfaces should be clean and free from grease. Corona or plasma pre-treatment will improve adhesion to plastic substrates. Metal substrates can be
preheated to improve adhesion.
Equipment
Glue guns for processing sticks, cartridges or granules offer simple hand-held application solutions.
A wide range of different melting units is available for semi- or fully automated production
environments. Drum unloaders and adhesive extruders are recommended for very high volume
applications. Roller coaters are suitable for applying hotmelt coatings.
Equipment cleaning
• PU and PO: PurMelt Cleaner (2 or 3 or 4) for inside cleaning of equipment
• PA: Macromelt 0062 for inside cleaning of equipment
• Melt-O-Clean (PU, PO and PA) for cleaning machine surfaces, application units and general
machinery
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Hotmelt Adhesives
Product table
Thermoplastic setting
Chemical base
Rubber
Polyamide
Polyolefin
Pressure-sensitive
Wide range of
adhesion
Macromelt
moulding
Primerless PP
adhesion
Technomelt
Q 8707
Macromelt
6238
Macromelt
OM 657
Technomelt
Q 5374
1.0 g/cm³
0.98 g/cm³
0.98 g/cm³
0.95 g/cm³
Softening temperature
+105 to +115°C
+133 to +145°C
+150 to +165°C
+92 to +104°C
Application temperature
range
+150 to +180°C
+180 to +220°C
+180 to +230°C
+160 to +200°C
Pressure-sensitive
Short
Short
Medium
–
–
–
–
–
21,000 – 33,000
–
–
3,200 – 4,800
10,000 – 16,000
8,600
2,250 – 2,950
ca. 15kg carton
(cushion)
20kg bag (granules)
20kg bag (granules)
ca. 13.5kg carton
(cushion)
Solution
Density
Open time
Melt viscosity in mPa·s at
+130°C
Melt viscosity in mPa·s at
+160°C
Melt viscosity in mPa·s at
+180°C
Pack sizes
Technomelt
Q 8707
Technomelt Q 5374
Handy Hints:
To improve adhesion on metal
substrates we recommend to
preheat surfaces.
For further information please
refer to the TDS.
Macromelt 6238
Technomelt Q 8707
• Solvent-free
• Permanently tacky
• Good adhesion to a
variety of substrates
• Good temperature
resistance
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* MicroEmission (ME), contains
less than 0.1% isocyanate
monomer and reduces isocyanate
vapours up to 90%
Macromelt 6238
• Solvent-free
• Good adhesion to
metals and plastics
• Suitable for plasticised
PVC
• Oil resistance
• Based on renewable
raw materials
Macromelt OM 657
Macromelt OM 657
• Solvent-free
• Macromelt moulding
• Oil resistance
• High service
temperature
• Based on renewable
raw materials
Technomelt Q 5374
• Solvent-free
• PP bonder
• Long open time
Bonding
Thermoplastic setting & Chemical post cure
Chemical base
Polyurethane
Ethylene vinyl acetate
Long open time
Short open time
MicroEmission
Standard
Granules
Sticks
Multi purpose
Multi purpose
Fast setting
Technomelt
Q 3113
Technomelt
Q 9268H
Purmelt
ME 4655*
Purmelt
QR 4663
Purmelt
QR 3460
1.0 g/cm³
1.0 g/cm³
1.15 g/cm³
1.13 – 1.23 g/cm³
1.18 g/cm³
+99 to +109°C
+82 to +90°C
–
–
–
+160 to +180°C
+170 to +190°C
+130 to +150°C
+110 to +140°C
+100 to +140°C
Very short
Short
4 – 8 min.
4 – 8 min.
1 min.
17,000 – 23,000
–
10,000
6,000 – 12,000
6,000 – 15,000
6,600 – 8,800
24,000 – 30,000
–
–
–
3,800 – 5,800
–
–
–
–
25kg bag (granules)
10kg stick
(11.3mm diameter)
16kg
2kg candle, 190kg drum
300g cartridge,
2kg candle, 20kg pail,
190kg drum
Purmelt ME 4655
Purmelt QR 4663
Technomelt Q 9268H
Technomelt Q 3113
Technomelt Q 3113
• Solvent-free
• BHT-free
• Low fogging
• Short setting time
• Low shrinkage on
cooling
Technomelt Q 9268H
• Solvent-free
• Hotmelt sticks
• Wide range of adhesion
• Long open time
• Good impact strength
Purmelt ME 4655
• Solvent-free
• Long open time
• Low application
temperature
• High temperature
resistance
Purmelt QR 4663
• Solvent-free
• Long open time
• Low application
temperature
• High temperature
resistance
• Flame retardant
(IMO FTCP Part 5)
Purmelt QR 3460
Purmelt QR 3460
• Solvent-free
• Medium open time
• Low application
temperature
• High temperature
resistance
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Hotmelt Adhesives
Product list
Chemical basis
Colour
Density in g/cm3
(approx.)
Viscosity in mPa·s at
Open time
Macromelt OM 652
Polyamide
Amber
0.98
9,500 at +180°C
Very short
Macromelt OM 657
Polyamide
Black
0.98
8,600 at +180°C
Very short
Macromelt OM 673
Polyamide
Amber
0.98
3,000 at +210°C
Very short
Macromelt OM 678
Polyamide
Lack
0.98
3,300 at +210°C
Very short
Macromelt 6208 S
Polyamide
Black
0.98
3,500 at +210°C
Very short
Macromelt 6238
Polyamide
Amber
0.98
7,000 at +200°C
Very short
Pressure-sensitive
Amber
1
25,000 – 45,000 at
+180°C
Permanently tacky
Technomelt Q 3113
Ethylene vinyl acetate
White
1
3,800 – 5,800 at +180°C
Very short
Technomelt Q 3183
Ethylene vinyl acetate
Yellowish
1
500 – 800 at +180°C
Short
Technomelt Q 4203
Polyolefine
Opaque
0.89
32,000 – 44,000 at
+180°C
Short
Technomelt Q 4209
Polyolefine
Opaque
0.89
27,000 – 39,000 at
+180°C
Short
Technomelt Q 5374
Polyolefine
Amber
0.95
2,250 – 2,950 at +170°C
Short
Technomelt Q 8707
Pressure-sensitive
Amber
1
3,200 – 4,800 at +180°C
Permanently tacky
Technomelt Q 9268 H
Ethylene vinyl acetate
White
1
24,000 – 30,000 at
+160°C
Medium
Purmelt ME 4655*
Polyurethane (reactive)
Yellowish
1.15
10,000 at +130°C
Long
Purmelt QR 3460
Polyurethane (reactive)
Light ivory
1.18
7,000 – 13,000 at +130°C
Short
Purmelt QR 4661
Polyurethane (reactive)
Yellowish
1.15
5,000 – 13,000 at +130°C
Long
Purmelt QR 4663
Polyurethane (reactive)
Light ivory
1.13 – 1.23
6,000 – 12,000 at +130°C
Long
Product
Technomelt PS-M 8783
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* MicroEmission (ME), contains less than 0.1% isocyanate monomer
and reduces isocyanate vapours up to 90%
Bonding
Softening point
Application
temperature
Pack sizes
+155°C
+180 to +230°C
20kg bag
Macromelt moulding, UL- listing (V-O)
+155°C
+180 to +230°C
20kg bag
Macromelt moulding, UL- listing (V-O)
+185°C
+210 to +230°C
20kg bag
Macromelt moulding, UL- listing (V-O)
+185°C
+210 to +230°C
20kg bag
Macromelt moulding, UL- listing (V-O)
+155°C
+180 to +230°C
20kg bag
Wide range of adhesion
+139°C
+180 to +220°C
20kg bag
Wide range of adhesion
+132 to +142°C
+160 to +180°C
8kg carton
Pressure sensitive adhesive, high temperature resistance
+99 to +109°C
+160 to +180°C
25kg bag
Filtration, pleat stabilisation, sealing
+103 to +113°C
+160 to +180°C
25kg bag
Filtration, sealing of sewing holes
+160 to +170°C
+180 to +200°C
20kg bag
Filtration, high temperature resistance
+155 to +165°C
+180 to +200°C
25kg bag
Filtration, high temperature resistance
+99 to +109°C
+160 to +200°C
ca. 13.5kg carton
+105 to +115°C
+150 to +180°C
ca. 15kg carton
+82 to +90°C
+170 to +190°C
10kg stick (11.3 mm diameter)
–
+130 to +150°C
16kg
–
+100 to +140°C
300g cartridge, 2kg candle,
20kg pail, 190kg drum
–
+110 to +140°C
2kg candle, 190kg drum
–
+110 to +140°C
2kg candle
Comments
General assembly, good adhesion to Polypropylene
Pressure sensitive adhesive, good adhesion to rigid PVC
Hotmelt sticks
Panel bonding, MicroEmmision, long open time
General assembly, short open time
Good adhesion to metal
Panel bonding, long open time, IMO approval 653 part 5
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Solvent-based / Water-based Adhesives
Contact adhesive with good initial strength
Solvent-based adhesives
Solvent-based adhesives (polychloroprene) are formulated with raw material groups including natural and synthetic rubbers and suitable resin
combinations (naphthas, ketones, esters or aromatics). Adhesive films will be formed upon evaporation of solvents. Assemblies may be made by contact
bonding (adhesive application to both surfaces) or wet bonding (applied to one of the bond faces).
Most of the contact adhesives are-based on polychloroprene rubber. They display good initial strength and achieve high strengths on numerous substrates.
Terokal 2444
Terokal 2444 can be applied by brush and spatula. It is used to bond rubber to different surfaces e.g.
metal, wood and to itself. Terokal 2444 offers high initial bond strength and contactability. The bondline
is flexible and provides good temperature resistance up to 90°C.
Macroplast B 2140
Macroplast B 2140 is a solvent-based contact adhesive based on polychloroprene. The product
exhibits good high-temperature strength and the ability to bond various substrates to one another.
Macroplast B 2140 is suitable for spray application and is particularly useful when bonds have to
withstand temperatures up to 120°C.
Water-based products with improved bonding characteristics
Water-based or “dispersion adhesives“ contain insoluble resins which are finely distributed as solid particles in water. These adhesives set by evaporation
of water. Crosslinking of the dispersed particles is achieved by adding mainly basic catalysts. As a result, the resistance of the bonded joint to water and
heat is greatly improved.
As a rule, dispersion adhesives do not contain solvents or other problematic chemicals, they are not harmful to the environment and less critical with
regard to health and safety at work. Dispersion adhesives are applied by means of rollers or handguns. Setting of the adhesives can be accelerated by
applying additional heat incl. air ventilation.
Adhesin A 7088
Adhesin A 7088 is a water-based dispersion. It is used for bonding plasticised PVC films and painted
surfaces to paper and cardboard. It also provides good bonding properties on alu-laminated PVDCcoated surfaces as well as polystyrene films.
Adhesin J 1626
Adhesin J 1626 is a water-based dispersion based on acrylic ester. It is a highly concentrated, fast
setting dispersion adhesive and therefore suitable for high line speeds. Adhesin J 1626 is used as
pressure-sensitive adhesives to paper, fabric and plastics films/sheets, for coating aluminium and
plastics signboards, screens and indicating dials for the electrical/phono industries and bonding
aluminium foil to aluminium sheet.
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Bonding
Solvent-based adhesive
Hand application
Water-based adhesive
Spray application
Tack-free
Pressure sensitive
Terokal
2444
Macroplast
B 2140
Adhesin
A 7088
Adhesin
J 1626
Solvent-based adhesive
Solvent-based adhesive
Water-based adhesive
Water-based adhesive
Chemical base
Polychloroprene
Polychloroprene
Dispersion
Acrylate dispersion
Solids contents
ca. 30%
15 – 18%
57 – 61%
65.5 – 68.5%
Viscosity
ca. 3,000 mPa·s
ca. 140 – 300 mPa·s
4,000 – 6,000 mPa·s
2,000 – 3,400 mPa·s
pH-value
–
–
3 – 5
6 – 8
-30 to +90°C (100°C)
-30 to +120°C (130°C)
–
–
Usage
150 – 300 g/m2
150 – 250 g/m2
–
–
Density
ca. 0.89 g/cm3
0.78 – 0.88 g/cm3
–
ca. 1.0 g/cm3
Colour
Beige
Beige
White
White
340g, 5kg
Not available in the U.K.
30kg
Not available in the U.K.
High strength
Solution
Technology
Service temperature
range
Pack sizes
Adhesin A 7088
Terokal 2444
Adhesin J 1626
Handy Hints:
Solvent-based Adhesives
• To improve adhesion on
rubber it`s recommended
to abrade and clean the
surfaces prior to bonding
Water-based Adhesives
• Working tools can be cleaned
with water
Macroplast B 2140
Bonding of insulating honeycombs
to galvanised steel sheet
Terokal 2444
• Good adhesion to
rubber
• High strength
• High contactability
Macroplast B 2140
• Good sprayability
• High temperature
resistance
Polystyrene foam
Laminating of paper to polystyrene
Adhesin A 7088
• Good adhesion to
plasticised PVC and
polystyrene foils
• Soft elastic dry film
Adhesin J 1626
• Good surface tackiness
• High cohesion
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Structural Bonding
For demanding requirements
Why use a Henkel Adhesive for Structural Bonding?
The Henkel range of Structural Bonding products offers a wide choice of solutions to meet the various
requirements and conditions that apply to industrial design and construction.
Bonding:
Adhesive bonding is a process in which two similar or dissimilar materials are permanently joined using
an adhesive.
Adhesives build ”bridges“ between the surfaces of substrates to be joined.
To achieve the optimal bonding result, the following prerequisites must be met:
• Compatibility of the adhesive with the materials to be bonded
• Compatibility of the adhesive with the specified requirements
• Correct application and curing of the adhesive
Advantages of bonding compared to conventional joining methods:
More uniform stress distribution over the entire bond face:
This has a very positive effect on the static and dynamic strength achieved. Where welding and riveting result in localised stress peaks, adhesive
bonding achieves a more uniform distribution of stress loads.
No change in surface and structure of the joined materials:
Welding temperatures may change the structure and therefore the mechanical properties of materials. In addition, welding, riveting and bolting all affect
the visual appearance of the parts.
Weight saving:
Adhesives are particularly popular for light-weight components as the load is spread across the bond area and distortion under load is minmised
Sealed joints:
Adhesives also act as sealants, preventing loss of pressure or liquids, blocking the penetration of condensation water and protecting against corrosion.
Joining dissimilar materials and reducing the risk of corrosion:
The adhesive forms an insulating film to prevent contact corrosion when different types of metals are joined. It also acts as electrical and thermal
insulator.
Choosing the right Henkel Structural Bonding Adhesive:
The following key points should be observed for the design of bonded joints:
• The bond areas and joints geometry should be as large as possible for maximum load transmission capability
• Forces acting on the joint should be distributed across the entire bond line
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Joint designs suitable for adhesive bonding:
Joint designs unfavourable for adhesive bonding:
All designs with shear, tensile or compressive load e.g. single and
double lap joint, single and double cover plate, tapered overlap and
double overlap.
Butt joint, cleavage loading and peel loading.
Bonding
Rigid Bonding
Rigid adhesives are mainly used for high load transmission to replace common mechanical joining methods. Two parts bonded with such an adhesive
could be considered as structurally linked. Mechanical characteristics like high strength, high modulus and high adhesion have proven to be effective for
customer applications in demanding industries like aerospace and automotive.
Rigid bonding offers significant benefits for the users:
• Simplifies construction by increasing strength/rigidity for load transmission
• Prevents material fatigue and failure by achieving more uniform transmission of loads (stress
distribution) and by maintaining the structural integrity (no thermal or mechanical weakening
of parts)
• Saves production costs by replacing conventional mechanical fasteners (screws, rivets or welding)
• Saves material cost and saves weight by reducing material thickness while maintaining load
transmission characteristics
• Allows varied substrate combinations, e.g. metal/plastics, metal/glass, metal/wood etc.
Stress analysis of bonded pipe joint
Elastic Bonding
Elastic adhesives are selected mainly for their capability to elastically absorb and tolerate dynamic stresses, in addition to the load transmission
properties of the adhesive assembly. Besides their elastic properties, many elastic adhesives from Henkel exhibit a high inherent strength (cohesion) and
a relatively high modulus, achieving friction-locked joints which, at the same time, have elastic properties.
Elastic bonding offers significant benefits for the users:
• Simplifies construction by increasing strength/rigidity to withstand dynamic loads
• Prevents material fatigue and failure by achieving uniform transmission of the load (stress
distribution) and by maintaining the structural integrity (no thermal or mechanical weakening
of parts)
• Saves production costs by replacing conventional mechanical fasteners (screws, rivets or welding)
• Allows varied substrate combinations, e.g. metal/plastics, metal/glass, metal/wood etc.
• Reduces and/or compensates stress caused by differential thermal expansion of joint substrates
Photovoltaic module mounting
Available Technologies
Epoxies
Acrylics
Polyurethanes
• Rigid bonding
• 1- or 2-component
• Capability to fill large gaps
• Very high strength
• For small to medium bond surfaces
• Very good chemical resistance
• Rigid to slightly flexible bonding
• 1- or 2-component
• For small bond surfaces surfaces
• Very high strength
• Good chemical resistance
• Slightly flexible bonding
• 1- or 2-component
• Capability to fill large gaps
• High strength
• For medium to large bond surfaces
• Good chemical resistance
Silicones
Silane Modified Polymers
• Flexible bonding
• 1- or 2-component
• Very high temperature resistance
• Very good chemical resistance
• Flexible bonding
• 1- or 2-component
• Bond most substrates
• For medium to large bond surfaces
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Structural Bonding – Epoxies
Product table
What is your focus?
General bonding
High viscosity
Flowable
Clear
Loctite® Hysol®
3423 A&B
Loctite® Hysol®
9483 A&B
Loctite® Hysol®
3430 A&B
2K-Epoxy
2K-Epoxy
2K-Epoxy
Mix ratio by volume (A:B)
1:1
2:1
1:1
Mix ratio by weight (A:B)
100:70
100:46
100:100
Working life
45min.
30min.
7min.
Fixture time
180min.
210min.
15min.
Grey
Ultra clear
Ultra clear
300,000mPa·s
7,000mPa·s
23,000mPa·s
Shear strength (GBMS)
17N/mm²
23N/m²
22N/mm²
Peel strength (GBMS)
2.7N/mm
1.5N/mm
3N/mm
-55 to +120°C
-55 to +150°C
-55 to +100°C
Solution
Description
Colour
Viscosity
Service temperature range
Loctite® Hysol® 3423 A&B
• Non-sag paste
• Medium working life
• Excellent chemical resistance
Loctite® Hysol® 3423 A&B is
a general purpose, 2K-Epoxy
adhesive, suitable for gap filling
and vertical applications. Ideal for
bonding metal components.
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Fast curing
* Gel time @ +120°C
** Cure time @ +120°C or higher: see
technical data sheet
Loctite® Hysol® 9483 A&B
• Flowable
• Ultra clear
• Low moisture absorption
Loctite® Hysol® 9483 A&B is
a general purpose, 2K-Epoxy
adhesive, suitable for bonding
and potting where optical clarity
and high strength are required.
Ideal for bonding decorative
panels and displays.
Loctite® Hysol® 3430 A&B
• Medium viscosity
• Ultra clear
• Toughened
• Water resistant
Loctite® Hysol® 3430 A&B is a
five-minute, 2K-Epoxy adhesive,
suitable for applications requiring
an optically clear bond line. Ideal
for bonding glass, decorative
panels and displays and general
DIY applications.
Bonding
Food contact
High technical performance
Food approved
Toughened
High temperature resistant
Loctite® Hysol®
9480 A&B
Loctite® Hysol®
9466 A&B
Loctite® Hysol®
9514
Loctite® Hysol®
9497 A&B
2K-Epoxy
2K-Epoxy
1K-Epoxy
2K-Epoxy
2:1
2:1
–
2:1
100:46.5
100:50
–
100:50
110min.
60min.
5min.*
3h
270min.
180min.
30min.**
8h
Off-white
Yellowish
Grey
Grey
8,700mPa·s
35,000mPa·s
45,000mPa·s
12,000mPa·s
24N/mm²
37N/mm²
46N/mm²
20N/mm²
0.4N/mm
8N/mm
9.5N/mm
–
-55 to +120°C
-55 to +120°C
-55 to +200°C
-55 to +180°C
Loctite® Hysol® 9480 A&B
• Good chemical resistance
• Toughened
• Good adhesion on stainless
steel
Loctite® Hysol® 9480 A&B is
a food approved 2K-Epoxy
adhesive, suitable for bonding
metals and most of plastic parts
in and around food processing
area.
KTW approval for potable
water, Fraunhofer approval for
incidental food contact
Loctite® Hysol® 9466 A&B
• Medium viscosity
• Low density – SG = 1.0
• High strength
Loctite® Hysol® 9466 A&B is a
toughened, 2K-Epoxy adhesive,
suitable for multi purpose
applications requiring long open
time and high bonding strength.
Ideal for a wide variety of
substrates like metals, ceramic
and most plastics.
Loctite® Hysol® 9514
• Suitable for induction curing
• High shear and peel strength
• Excellent chemical resistance
• High temperature resistant
(+200°C)
Loctite® Hysol® 9514 is a
toughened, 1K-Epoxy adhesive,
suitable for gap filling and
resistance to high operating
temperatures. Ideal for
applications requiring toughness
such as filter and magnet
bonding.
Loctite® Hysol® 9497 A&B
• Medium viscosity
• High thermal conductivity
• High compression strength
• High temperature resistant
(+180°C)
Loctite® Hysol® 9497 A&B is a
thermally conductive, 2K-Epoxy
adhesive for high temperature
filling and bonding applications.
Ideal for heat dissipation.
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Structural Bonding – Epoxies
Product list
Technology
Colour
mix
Viscosity in
mPa·s
Mix ratio by
volume
Working life
Fixture time
Service
temperature
range
Loctite® Hysol® 3421
2K-Epoxy
Clear amber
37,000
1:1
30 – 150min.
240min.
-55 to +120°C
Loctite® Hysol® 3423
2K-Epoxy
Grey
300,000
1:1
30 – 60min.
180min.
-55 to +120°C
Loctite® Hysol® 3425
2K-Epoxy
Yellow / white
1,350,000
1:1
55 – 105min.
240min.
-55 to +120°C
Loctite® Hysol® 3430
2K-Epoxy
Ultra clear
23,000
1:1
5 – 10min.
15min.
-55 to +100°C
Loctite® Hysol® 3450
2K-Epoxy
Grey
35,000
1:1
4 – 6min.
15min.
-55 to +100°C
Loctite® Hysol® 3455
2K-Epoxy
Grey
Pasty
1:1
40min.
120min.
-55 to +100°C
Loctite® Hysol® 9450
2K-Epoxy
Translucent
200,000
1:1
2 – 7min.
13min.
-55 to +100°C
Loctite® Hysol® 9461
2K-Epoxy
Grey
72,000
1:1
40min.
240min.
-55 to +120°C
Loctite® Hysol® 9464
2K-Epoxy
Grey
96,000
1:1
10 – 20min.
180min.
-55 to +120°C
Loctite® Hysol® 9466
2K-Epoxy
Yellowish
35,000
2:1
60min.
180min.
-55 to +120°C
Loctite® Hysol® 9480
2K-Epoxy
Off-white
8,700
2:1
110 – 190min.
270min.
-55 to +120°C
Loctite® Hysol® 9483
2K-Epoxy
Ultra clear
7,000
2:1
25 – 60min.
210min.
-55 to +150°C
Loctite® Hysol® 9489
2K-Epoxy
Grey
45,000
1:1
60 – 120min.
300min.
-55 to +120°C
Loctite® Hysol® 9492
2K-Epoxy
White
30,000
2:1
15min.
75min.
-55 to +180°C
Loctite® Hysol® 9497
2K-Epoxy
Grey
12,000
2:1
165 – 255min.
480min.
-55 to +180°C
Loctite® Hysol® 9514
1K-Epoxy
Grey
45,000
–
–
Heat curing
-55 to +200°C
Loctite® Dubble Bubble
2K-Epoxy
Clear
35,000
1:1
3min.
5min.
-55 to +100°C
Macroplast EP 3032 / 5032
2K-Epoxy
Grey
80,000
1:1
120min.
480min.
-55 to +80°C
Macroplast EP 3250 / 5250
2K-Epoxy
White
45,000
3:1
9min.
12min.
-55 to +150°C
Macroplast EP 3640 / 5640
2K-Epoxy
Light yellow
3,000
2.3:1
120min.
480min.
-55 to +80°C
Macroplast ESP 4108
1K-Epoxy
Silver
170,000
–
–
Heat curing
-55 to +180°C
Terokal 5055
2K-Epoxy
Grey
A: 145,000;
B: 75,000
1:1
75 min
270 min
-55 to +100°C
Product
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Bonding
Tensile
strength
N/mm²
Peel strength
N/mm
Pack sizes
28
2–3
50ml, 200ml, 1kg
24
2–3
50ml, 1kg
27
1.5 – 2.5
50ml, 200ml
36
3
24ml, 50ml, 200ml, 400ml
–
–
25ml
–
–
Not available in the U.K.
17
0.6
50ml, 200ml, 1kg
30
10
50ml, 400ml, 1kg, 20kg
–
7 – 10
50ml, 400ml, 1kg
32
8
50ml, 400ml
Toughened multiple purpose bonder, high bonding strength for all substrates
47
0.4
50ml, 400ml
Multiple purpose bonder, approved for incidental food contact and potable water
47
1.5
50ml, 400ml, 1kg
14
2.2
50ml
31
1.6
50ml, 400ml
Structural adhesive, high temperature resistant
52.6
–
50ml, 400ml
High temperature resistant, thermally conductive, excellent for bonding metal
components (thixotropic)
44
9.5
300ml, 1kg
High temperature resistant, heat resistant bonding, toughened, high mechanical
resistance
–
–
3g
Multiple purpose bonder, very fast (3min.), clear, ideal for small and quick repairs
–
–
25kg, 30kg, 250kg
–
–
40kg, 300kg
–
–
Not available in the U.K.
–
–
7kg
23
4
250ml
Comments
Structural adhesive, general purpose, long open time
Multiple purpose bonder, excellent for metals, good humidity resistance
Multiple purpose bonder, excellent for metals, for large surfaces, thixotropic
Multiple purpose bonder, fast, ultra clear
Structural adhesive, fast cure, ideal for metal repair
Structural adhesive, fast, high viscosity
Multiple purpose bonder, fast (5min.), gap filling, translucent
Structural adhesive, toughened, gap filling
Structural adhesive, toughened, gap filling, fast cure
Multiple purpose bonder, ultra clear, excellent for panels and displays
Structural adhesive, general purpose, extended working life
Multiple purpose bonder, suitable for contact with potable water (approved to the Waters
Byelaws Scheme)
Thixotropic, high temperature resistant, good chemical resistance, cream coloured,
fast set
Multiple purpose bonder, long working life, low viscosity
Free flowing, high chemical resistance, looks like silver solder
Crash resistant structural bonder for car panels
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Structural Bonding – Acrylics
Product table
1-component acrylic
General purpose
General purpose
High temperature
Loctite®
330
Loctite®
F246
Loctite®
3342
No mix
No mix
No mix
7388 or 7386
Ini No. 1, No. 5
7386
–
–
–
Colour
Pale yellow
Off-white
Yellow opaque
Viscosity
67,500mPa·s
30,000mPa·s
90,000mPa·s
Working life
–
–
–
Fixture time
3min.
0.5 – 1min.
1 – 1.5min.
15 – 30N/mm2
35N/mm2
15 – 30N/mm2
+100°C
+120°C
+180°C
50ml kit, 50ml tube,
315ml, 5lt, 200lt
50ml kit, 320ml, 5lt
300ml
Solution
Description
Activator
Mix ratio by volume (A:B)
Shear strength (GBMS)
Service temperature (up to)
Pack sizes
Loctite® 330
• General purpose
product
• Good impact resistance
• Ideal for bonding
dissimilar substrates,
like PVC, phenolic and
acrylic compounds
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Loctite® F246
• General purpose
product
• Very fast curing with
Ini. No.5
• High strength
Loctite® 3342
• High temperature
resistance
• Good impact resistance
• Good humidity
resistance
Bonding
2-component acrylic
Glass bonding
Magnet bonding
General purpose
Clear bond line
Polyolefin bonder
Loctite®
3298
Loctite®
326
Loctite®
3295
Loctite®
V5004
Loctite®
3038
No mix
No mix
Premix
Premix
Premix
7386
7649
–
–
–
–
–
1:1
1:1
1:10
Green-grey
Yellow to amber
Green
Pale mauve, clear
Yellow
29,000mPa·s
18,000mPa·s
17,000mPa·s
18,000mPa·s
12,000mPa·s
–
–
4min.
0.5min.
4min.
3min.
3min.
5 – 10min.
3min.
> 40min.
26 – 30N/mm2
15N/mm2
25N/mm2
21N/mm2
13N/mm2 (PBT)
+120°C
+120°C
+120°C
+80°C
+100°C
300ml
50ml, 250ml
50ml, 600ml
50ml, 20lt
50ml, 490ml
Loctite® 3298
• Very good adhesion on
glass
• High strength
• Good impact resistance
Loctite® 326
• Product for magnet
bonding
• Medium viscosity
(thixotropic)
• Good adhesion to
different types of
ferrites
Loctite® 3295
• 2-component general
purpose product
• Good impact resistance
• Bonding of metals,
ceramics and plastics
Loctite® V5004
• Clear bond line after
curing
• Fast curing
• Medium strength
• Good adhesion to
metals and plastics
Loctite® 3038
• Very good adhesion to
polyolefin substrates
(PP, PE)
• Good impact resistance
• Good adhesion to
e-coated metals
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Structural Bonding – Acrylics
Product list
Description
Activator
Mix ratio by
volume (A:B)
Colour
Viscosity in mPa·s
Working life in
min.
Loctite® 319
No mix
Loctite® 7649
–
Light amber
2,750
–
Loctite® 326
No mix
Loctite® 7649
–
Yellow to amber
18,000
–
Loctite® 329
No mix
Loctite® 7386
–
Light straw
26,500
–
Loctite® 330
No mix
Loctite® 7388
–
Pale yellow
67,500
–
Loctite® 366
No mix
Loctite® 7649
–
Yellow to amber
7,500
–
Loctite® 3038
Premix
–
1:10
Yellow
12,000
4
Loctite® 3295
Premix
–
1:1
Green
17,000
4
Loctite® 3298
No mix
Loctite® 7386
–
Green-grey
29,000
–
Loctite® 3342
No mix
Loctite® 7386
–
Yellow opaque
90,000
–
Loctite® 3504
No mix
Loctite® 7649
–
Amber
1,050
–
Loctite® F245
No mix
Ini No. 1, No. 5
–
Off-white
50,000
–
Loctite® F246
No mix
Ini No. 1, No. 5
–
Off-white
30,000
–
Loctite® V1305
Premix
–
1:1
Off-white
Thixotropic
2
Loctite® V1315
Premix
–
1:1
Off-white
Thixotropic
8
Loctite® V5004
Premix
–
1:1
Pale mauve, clear
18,000
0.5
Product
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Bonding
Fixture time in
min.
Shear strength
(GBMS) N/mm2
Service
temperature
(up to) °C
Pack sizes
1
10
120
Not available in the U.K.
3
15
120
50ml, 250ml
Magnet bonder
1
20
100
315ml, 1lt, 5lt
Fast fixture
3
15 – 30
100
50ml kit, 50ml tube,
315ml, 5lt, 200lt
N.A.
13.5
120
250ml
> 40
13 (PBT)
100
50ml, 490ml
PO bonder
5 – 10
25
120
50ml, 600ml
General purpose
3
26 – 30
120
300ml
Glass bonding
1 – 1.5
15 – 30
180
300ml
High temperature
N.A.
22
120
50ml, 250ml
Additional UV cure
0.5 – 1
25
100
320ml, 5lt
0.5 – 1
35
120
50ml kit, 320ml, 5lt
5
21
120
50ml
Faster version of Loctite® V1315
15
15
120
50ml
Composite/plastic bonding
3
21
80
50ml, 20lt
Comments
Glass-metal bonder
General purpose
Additional UV cure
Low odour
General purpose
Clear bondline
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Structural Bonding – Polyurethanes
Product table
Large surface bonding
Gap variation tolerance
2-component
1-component
General purpose
Fast curing
General purpose
Macroplast
UR 7221
Macroplast
UR 7228
Macroplast
UK 8103
1K-PU
1K-PU
2K-PU
5,500 – 10,500mPa·s
5,500 – 10,500mPa·s
8,000 – 10,000mPa·s
2 – 4h
10 – 15min.
5 – 8h
2d
1d
5 – 7d
> 6N/mm²
> 6N/mm²
> 9N/mm²
Service temperature range (short exposure)
-40 to +80°C (+100°C)
-40 to +80°C (+100°C)
-40 to +80°C (+150°C)
Pack sizes
Not available in the U.K.
30kg jerry can
24kg pail
Macroplast UR 7221
• Long open time
• Multi purpose
• Foaming
• IMO approval
A 1K-PU adhesive which
cures with humidity from
the air or fine water spray
to bond PVC and PU rigid
foams to lacquered or
(Epoxy) coated metal
sheets. It has a good
open time to press time
relation.
Macroplast UR 7228
• Short fixture time
• Foaming
• IMO approval
A 1K-PU adhesive which
cures with humidity from
the air or fine water spray
to bond PVC and PU rigid
foams to lacquered or
(Epoxy-primer) coated
metal sheets. It provides
very fast processing in
panel bonding.
Macroplast UK 8103
• Multi purpose
• Different acceleration
levels available
• Good flow properties
• IMO approval
A general purpose 2K-PU
adhesive, easy to spread
on big surfaces for
bonding coated metals
and PU foams especially
in the shipbuilding
industry.
Solution
Technology
Viscosity
Initial strength
Curing time
Tensile shear strength
Handy Hints:
• Macroplast B 8040 is used for cleaning tanks, pumps, hoses and
mixing heads of metering equipment
• Loctite® 7515 can be used to increase aging resistant of
Polyurethane adhesives on metals in humid conditions. For further
information please refer to the TDS.
• Refill working packs into new buckets to prevent applying unmixed
adhesive from the bottom of the working pack
* Drive away time
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Bonding
Sealing
Structural bonding
Gap filling
1-component
2-component
Low temperature
resistance
Elastic bonding
Primerless adhesion
Good adhesion to
plastics
High strength
Macroplast
UK 8202
Terostat
8597 HMLC
Macroplast
UK 8326 B30
Macroplast
UK 1366 B10
Macroplast
UK 1351 B25
2K-PU
1K-PU
2K-PU
2K-PU
2K-PU
8,000 – 10,000mPa·s
Pasty
250,000 – 310,000mPa·s
400,000 – 500,000mPa·s
400,000 – 500,000mPa·s
8 – 10h
1 h/4h*
3 – 4h
40 – 60min.
1 – 2h
5 – 7d
5 – 7d
5 – 7d
2 – 3d
2 – 3d
> 12N/mm²
> 5N/mm2 at 5mm layer
> 12N/mm²
> 10N/mm²
> 20N/mm²
-190 to +80°C (+150°C)
-40 to +90°C (+120°C)
-40 to +80°C (+150°C)
-40 to +80°C (+100°C)
-40 to +120°C (+150°C)
24kg pail
310ml cartridge,
400ml foil, 570ml foil,
set
3.6kg combi pack
415ml twin cartridge
400ml twin cartridge
W
NE
Macroplast UK 8202
• Good flexibility at low
temperatures
• High strength
A low viscous 2K-PU
adhesive suitable for the
construction of panels
for LNG/LPG tank ships
complying with the
regulations of American
Bureau of Shipping (ABS).
Terostat 8597 HMLC
• High modulus
• Low conductivity
• Elastic
• Stress compensation
An elastic 1K-PU
adhesive which cures
by moisture from the air.
Used for direct glazing in
automotive industry and
in joints where tension
should be leveraged by
the adhesive (elastic
bonding).
Macroplast
UK 8326 B30
• Primerless metal
adhesion
• Good ageing stability
• Sag resistant
A sag-resistant 2K-PU
adhesive which is
suitable for vertical
application combining
primerless metal
adhesion with good
elastic and shock
absorbent properties for
use in trailer production.
Macroplast
UK 1366 B10
• Short fixture time
• Good adhesion to
plastics and metal
• Shock absorbent
A multi purpose,
sag-resistant cartridge
grade 2K-PU adhesive
with a very good
extrusion rate and
outstanding adhesion
to metals and plastics.
Slightly elastic for good
shock absorbance.
Macroplast
UK 1351 B25
• GL approved
• High strength
• No tempering required
A cartridge grade
2K-PU adhesive with high
strength and stiffness
and good compression
strength. It is certified by
Germanischer Lloyd for
bonding in wind power
applications.
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Structural Bonding – Polyurethanes
Product list (2-component)
Technology
Viscosity in mPa·s
Mix ratio by
weight
Working life at
20°C in min.
Initial strength
Tensile shear
strength in
N/mm²
Macroplast UK 1351 B25
2K-PU
400,000 – 500,000
2:1vol.
20 – 30
1 – 2h
> 20
Macroplast UK 1366 B10
2K-PU
400,000 – 500,000
4:1vol.
7 – 13
40 – 60min.
> 10
Macroplast UK 8101*
2K-PU
Liquid
4:1
50 – 70
5 – 8h
>9
Macroplast UK 8103*
2K-PU
8,000 – 10,000
5:1
40 – 70
5 – 8h
>9
Macroplast UK 8115-23*
2K-PU
700 – 1,200
5:1
80 – 105
6 – 8h
>6
Macroplast UK 8126*
2K-PU
300 – 900
100:65
45 – 70
–
> 15
Macroplast UK 8160*
2K-PU
Pasty
5:1
60 – 90
5 – 8h
>7
Macroplast UK 8202*
2K-PU
8,000 – 10,000
4:1
80 – 120
8 – 10h
> 12
Macroplast UK 8303 B60*
2K-PU
200,000 – 300,000
6:1
60 – 75
4 – 5h
> 12
Macroplast UK 8306 B60*
2K-PU
250,000 – 310,000
5:1
55 – 65
4 – 5h
> 12
Macroplast UK 8309*
2K-PU
850,000
5:1
40 – 60
3.5 – 4h
>9
Macroplast UK 8326 B30*
2K-PU
250,000 – 310,000
5:1
25 – 35
3 – 4h
> 12
Macroplast UK 8436*
2K-PU
500 – 900
2:1
90 – 130s
50 – 60min.
–
Macroplast UK 8445 B1 W*
2K-PU
Liquid
100:22
70 – 74s
–
>6
Teromix 6700
2K-PU
Pasty
1:1vol.
10
30min.
> 12
Terostat 8630 2C HMLC
2K-PU
Pasty
100:0.3vol.
25
2h***
> 4 at 5mm
layer
Terokal 9225 SF
2K-PU
Pasty
1:1vol.
~2
6min.
13
Product
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* Macroplast UK 8XXX resins are generally used with hardener component Macroplast UK 5400 or Macroplast UK 5401. For more information, please refer to the TDS.
Bonding
Sealing
Consumption
per m2
Service temperature
range (short exposure)
Pack sizes
–
-40 to +120°C (150°C)
400ml twin cartridge
Pasty/sag resistant, high strength, high compression strength, no
tempering necessary, GL approved as Duromeric Adhesive according to
Rules for Classification and Construction, II, Part 2
–
-40 to +80°C (+100°C)
415ml twin cartridge
Pasty/sag resistant, short fixture time, cartridge grade, good adhesion to
plastics and metal, shock absorbent
200 – 400g
-40 to +80°C (+150°C)
Not available in the U.K.
200 – 400g
-40 to +80°C (+150°C)
24kg pail
200 – 500g
-40 to +80°C (+150°C)
Not available in the U.K.
Low viscous, very long open time, hydrophobic, for large panel
applications
–
-40 to +80°C (+150°C)
Not available in the U.K.
Low viscous, good penetration properties for laminates e.g. in the ski and
snowboard industry
200 – 500g
-190 to +80°C
(+150°C)
Not available in the U.K.
Very pasty, IMO approval for shipbuilding (wheelmark, low flame spread)
200 – 400g
-190 to +80°C
(+150°C)
24kg pail
Liquid, good flexibility at low temperatures, high strength, ABS type
approval (shipbuilding), Bureau Veritas (type approval liquefied Gas Tanks)
200 – 500g
-40 to +80°C (+150°C)
Not available in the U.K.
Multi purpose, pasty/sag resistant, DIN 4102 B1, IMO approval for
shipbuilding (wheelmark, low flame spread)
200 – 500g
-40 to +80°C (+150°C)
Not available in the U.K.
Pasty/sag resistant, high strength and good elasticity, different working
life versions available
200 – 500g
-40 to +80°C (+150°C)
30kg pail
Pasty/sag resistant, good workability used for truck bodies assembly
200 – 500g
-40 to +80°C (+150°C)
3.6kg combi pack**
Pasty/sag resistant, primerless metal adhesion, good ageing stabillity
–
-40 to +80°C (+120°C)
Not available in the U.K.
Good adhesion properties and excellent flowability
–
-40 to +80°C (+150°C)
Not available in the U.K.
Liquid, fast setting for top lid bonding
–
-40 to +80°C (+140°C)
50ml (2 x 25ml) cartridge,
250ml (2 x 125ml) cartridge,
620ml (2 x 310ml) cartridge
–
-40 to +90°C (+120°C)
310ml cartridge, set
–
-40 to +80°C (+140°C)
2 x 25ml twin cartridge
** Combi packs include hardener component Macroplast UK 5400
*** Drive away time
Comments
Low viscous
Low viscous, multi purpose, different acceleration levels available, good
flow properties, IMO approval for shipbuilding (wheelmark, low flame
spread)
Easy to use
Warm applied, high modulus, low conductivity, 2-component material,
2 hours drive away time acc. to European standard
Developed for plastic repair
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Structural Bonding – Polyurethanes
Product list (1-component)
Technology
Viscosity in
mPa·s
Curing time
Tensile shear
strength in N/mm²
Macroplast UR 7220
1K-PU
5,500 – 10,500
4 – 6h
6 – 10h
3d
>6
Macroplast UR 7221
1K-PU
5,500 – 10,500
40 – 60min.
2 – 4h
2d
>6
Macroplast UR 7225
1K-PU
5,500 – 10,500
20 – 25min.
50 – 70min.
1d
>6
Macroplast UR 7228
1K-PU
5,500 – 10,500
7 – 9min.
10 – 15min.
1d
>6
Macroplast UR 7388
1K-PU
3,000 – 5,000
7 – 9min.
10 – 15min.
1d
>6
Macroplast UR 7395 B-21
1K-PU
2,000 – 4,000
12 – 15min.
20 – 30min.
1d
>7
Macroplast UR 7396
1K-PU
2,000 – 4,000
25 – 35min.
60 – 90min.
1d
>7
Terostat 8596
1K-PU
Pasty
25min.
6h*
5 – 7d
> 5 at 5mm layer
Terostat 8597 HMLC
1K-PU
Pasty
20min.
1h / 4h*
5 – 7d
> 5 at 5mm layer
Terostat 8599 HMLC
1K-PU
Pasty
15min.
15min.*
5 – 7d
> 4 at 5mm layer
Terostat 9097 PL HMLC
1K-PU
Pasty
25min.
1h*
5 – 7d
> 5 at 5mm layer
Product
W
NE
Open time
Initial strength
at 23°C, 50% rh
Cleaner:
Macroplast B 8040 (viscosity - 3mPa·s) in 30kg pack. Rinsing and cleaning agent for
1K- and 2K-polyurethane adhesives / high dissolving capacity / low evaporation rate.
For further information please refer to the TDS and MSDS.
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* Drive away time
Bonding
Sealing
Consumption
per m2
Service temperature range
(short exposure)
Pack sizes
100 – 200g
-40 to +80°C (+100°C)
Not available in the U.K.
100 – 200g
-40 to +80°C (+100°C)
100 – 200g
-40 to +80°C (+100°C)
1,000kg container
Medium open time, foaming, IMO approval for shipbuilding (wheelmark,
low flame spread)
100 – 200g
-40 to +80°C (+100°C)
30kg jerry can
Short fixture time, foaming, IMO approval for shipbuilding (wheelmark,
low flame spread)
100 – 200g
-40 to +80°C (+100°C)
Not available in the U.K.
Low viscous, fast setting
100 – 200g
-40 to +80°C (+100°C)
Not available in the U.K.
Low viscous, thermally accelerated, IMO approval for shipbuilding
(wheelmark, low flame spread)
100 – 200g
-40 to +80°C (+100°C)
Not available in the U.K.
Low viscous, thermally accelerated, medium open time
–
-40 to +90°C (+120°C)
310ml cartridge, set
–
-40 to +90°C (+120°C)
–
-40 to +90°C (+120°C)
310ml cartridge, set
Warm applied, high modulus, low conductivity, 15 minutes drive away
time acc. FMVSS
–
-40 to +90°C (+120°C)
310ml cartridge, set
Primerless adhesion, high modulus, low conductivity, 1 hour drive away
time acc. FMVSS
Comments
Very long open time for large panel applications, foaming
30kg jerry can, 200kg drum, Long open time, foaming, IMO approval for shipbuilding (wheelmark, low
flame spread)
6 hours drive away time acc. FMVSS
310ml cartridge, 400ml foil, High modulus, low conductivity, 1 hour drive away time acc. FMVSS,
4 hours drive away time acc. to European standard
570ml foil, set
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Structural Bonding – Silicones
Product table
Do you need a fast fixture / fast cure adhesive?
Yes
Solution
Description
Mix ratio by volume (A:B)
Colour
Mix tip working life (static mixer)
Skin formation time
Fixture time
Elongation at break
Hardness shore A
Shear strength (GBMS)
Service temperature (up to)
Pack sizes
Fast cure
Medium cure
Higher temperature
resistance
Loctite®
5615 A&B
Loctite®
5607 A&B
Loctite®
5612 A&B
2K Alkoxy silicone
2K Alkoxy silicone
2K Alkoxy silicone
2:1
2:1
4:1
Black
Grey
Red
2 – 3min.
5 – 7min.
4 – 5min.
–
–
–
10 – 15min.
50min.
25 – 30min.
230%
140%
180%
34
43
45
1.3N/mm²
1.55N/mm²
2.0N/mm²
+180°C
+180°C
+220°C
400ml, 17lt
400ml, 17lt
400ml, 17lt
Handy Hints:
• To improve adhesion on difficult to bond
materials, we recommend to use cleaner
/ adhesion promoter Terostat 450 or
Corona/Plasma treatment
• Using 2K-silicones with mixing nozzle:
1. After opening the cartridge press
gun until both components come out of
the cartridge. Do this without mounted
mixer!
2. Mount the mixer and waste the first
5 cm of mixed product.
3. Pay attention to the “mix tip pot life”.
Make sure that the applied bead is
smooth. If you see crumbles on the bead
surface the product is already partly
cured and the final properties will not be
reached.
4. Change the mixer when you have not
used the product for a longer time.
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Loctite® 5615 A&B
• Fast cure 2-component silicone
• Suitable mix ratio 2:1
• Good adhesion to a wide range
of substrates
Loctite® 5607 A&B
• Medium cure 2-component
silicone
• Suitable mix ratio 2:1
Loctite® 5612 A&B
• Higher temperature resistant
2-component silicone
• Fast cure
• High elongation
Bonding
Sealing
No
General purpose
Electrical components
Oil resistance
High temperature
resistance
Loctite®
5366
Loctite®
5145
Loctite®
5970
Loctite®
5399
1K Acetoxy silicone
1K Alkoxy silicone
1K Alkoxy silicone
1K Acetoxy silicone
–
–
–
–
Clear
Clear
Black
Red
–
–
–
–
5min.
70min.
25min.
5min.
–
–
–
–
530%
500%
200%
500%
25
25
44
33
2.5N/mm²
3.5N/mm²
1.5N/mm²
3.3N/mm²
+250°C
+200°C
+200°C
+300°C
50ml, 310ml
40ml
50ml, 300ml, 20lt
310ml, 20lt
Loctite® 5970
• 1-component silicone with very
good oil resistance
• Neutral curing
• Also used for gasketing
applications (flange sealing)
Loctite® 5399
• High temperature resistant
1-component silicone
• For bonding and sealing glass,
metal and ceramics e.g.
industrial ovens, stove flues,
etc.
Loctite® 5366
• General purpose 1-component
silicone
• Clear colour
• Suitable for glass, metal,
ceramics, etc.
Loctite® 5145
• Neutral curing 1-component
silicone
• Non corrosive
• Especially for sealing
and protecting electrical
components
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Structural Bonding – Silicones
Product list
Colour
Mix tip working life (static
mixer)
min.
Skin formation
time
min.
Fixture time
min.
–
Clear
–
5
–
1K Acetoxy silicone
–
Clear
–
5
–
Loctite® 5367
1K Acetoxy silicone
–
White
–
5
–
Loctite® 5368
1K Acetoxy silicone
–
Black
–
5
–
Loctite® 5398
1K Acetoxy silicone
–
Red
–
8
–
Loctite® 5399
1K Acetoxy silicone
–
Red
–
5
–
Loctite® 5404
1K Heat curing silicone
–
White to grey
–
–
–
Loctite® 5607
2K Alkoxy silicone
2:1
Grey
5–7
–
50
Loctite® 5610
2K Alkoxy silicone
2:1
Black
1–2
–
5–7
Loctite® 5612
2K Alkoxy silicone
4:1
Red
4–5
–
25 – 30
Loctite® 5615
2K Alkoxy silicone
2:1
Black
2–3
–
10 – 15
Loctite® 5616
2K Alkoxy silicone
2:1
White
2–3
–
10 – 15
Loctite® 5940
1K Acetoxy silicone
–
Black
–
14
–
Loctite® 5970
1K Alkoxy silicone
–
Black
–
25
–
Loctite® 5980
1K Alkoxy silicone
–
Black
–
30
–
Terostat 33
1K Amine silicone
–
Transparent, grey,
black, white
–
10
–
Terostat 58
1K Oxime silicone
–
Black
–
6
–
Terostat 63
1K Acetoxy silicone
–
Dark red
–
10
–
Terostat 140
1K Alkoxy silicone
–
White
–
10
–
Description
Mix ratio by
volume
A:B
Loctite® 5145
1K Alkoxy silicone
Loctite® 5366
Product
Cleaner:
Terostat 450 – alcohol solution designed for cleaning and to improve adhesion (thin fluid,
colourless)
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Bonding
Sealing
Hardness shore A
Shear strength
(GBMS)
N/mm²
Service temperature
(up to)
°C
Pack sizes
500
25
3.5
200
40ml
For electrical components
530
25
2.5
250
310ml
General purpose
500
20
2
250
310ml
General purpose
435
26
2.2
250
310ml
General purpose
200
35
2
300
310ml
Flowable
500
33
3.3
300
310ml
High temperature resistance
65
60
1.3
N.A.
300ml
Thermal conductive
140
43
1.55
180
400ml, 17lt
210
40
1.35
180
400ml
180
45
2.0
220
400ml, 17lt
Higher temperature resistance
230
34
1.3
180
400ml, 17lt
Fast curing
200
30
1.0
180
Not available in the U.K.
500
22
1.8
200
100ml
200
44
1.5
200
300ml, 20lt
290
27
1.4
-55 to +200
200ml
Excellent oil resistance, direct application, gun
not required
250
22
1.2
150
310ml
Primerless on metals
250
40
2
200
Not available in the U.K.
Fast skin formation
430
35
2.8
250
Not available in the U.K.
High temperature resistance
750
10
N.A.
-50 to +120
Not available in the U.K.
Fungicidal properties
Elongation at
break
%
Comments
Medium curing speed
Very fast curing
White version of Loctite® 5615
High elongation
Very good oil resistance
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Structural Bonding – Silane Modified Polymers
Product table
What main function are you looking for?
Elastic sealing
General purpose
High/medium resistance
Terostat
MS 930
Terostat
MS 510
Terostat
MS 935
Colour
White, grey, black
Black
White, grey, black
Consistency
Pasty, thixotropic
Pasty, thixotropic
Pasty, thixotropic
30
45
50
4mm
3 – 4mm
3mm
25 – 40min.
10 – 20min.
10 – 15min.
1.0MPa
1.6MPa
2.8MPa
250%
210%
230%
-50 to +80°C
-50 to +100°C
-40 to +100°C
310ml, 570ml, 18lt
Not available in the U.K.
310ml, 570ml
Solution
Hardness shore A (DIN EN ISO 868)
Depth of cure after 24 hr
Skin formation time
Tensile strength (DIN 53504)
Elongation at break (DIN 53504)
Service temperature range
Pack sizes
Handy Hints:
• To improve adhesion on materials difficult to bond please use
cleaner/adhesion promoter Terostat 450 or Corona/Plasma
treatment
• To increase cure speed all Terostat MS products (except MS 9399)
can be accelerated by using the B-component Terostat MS 9371B
with a mix ratio of 10:1
• Application of Terostat MS products on plastics such as PMMA or
PC may cause stress cracking of the plastic -> suitability for these
materials should be tested prior to use
• Bonding of transparent materials such as glass, PC or PMMA
may require an additional UV protection of the bondline in case
it is directly exposed to intense UV light through the transparent
material
Terostat MS 930
• Soft-elastic
• UV and weathering
resistant sealant
• Multi purpose
FDA Status, BSS 7239,
UL Listing QMFZ2
Terostat MS 510
• Fast processing
with accelerator
Terostat MS 9371
Meets damp heat
test according
IEC 61215/61646/61730
> 3,000 h, UL Listing
QMFZ2
Terostat MS 935
• Elastic sealant/
adhesive
• Easy smoothing
• Good environmental
resistance
• Good overpaintabillity
Sensoric test acc. to
DIN 10955
Declaration of no
objection acc. to
ISEGA DIN EN ISO 846
fungus resistance,
IMO approval
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Bonding
Sealing
Elastic bonding
Self spreading
General purpose
Flame retardant
High modulus
Two component
rapid cure
Terostat
MS 931
Terostat
MS 939
Terostat
MS 939 FR
Terostat
MS 9380
Terostat
MS 9399
White, grey, black
White, off-white, grey,
black
Black
White, grey
White, grey, black
Self-levelling
Pasty, thixotropic
Pasty, thixotropic
Pasty, thixotropic
Pasty, thixotropic
25
55
> 50
> 65
60
3 – 4mm
3mm
3mm
3mm
2K-system
15 – 20min.
10min.
20min.
5 – 10min.
30min. (black)
20min. (white, grey)
0.8MPa
3.0MPa
3.5MPa
4.0MPa
3.0MPa
100%
250%
180%
120%
150%
-40 to +100°C
-40 to +100°C
-40 to +100°C
-40 to +100°C
-40 to +100°C
Not available in the U.K.
310ml, 570ml, 25kg
310ml, 25kg
310ml, 25kg
50ml*, 400ml**
Terostat MS 931
• Self-levelling/pourable
• Sprayable
Sensoric test acc. to
DIN 10955
Terostat MS 939
• Very versatile
• Elastic bonding
adhesive
• High strength
• Good elasticity
Meets damp heat
tests acc. IEC 6125/
61646/61730 > 3,000 h,
UL Listing QOQW 2
Terostat MS 9380
• High modulus
• Fast skin formation
• Gap filling
• High initial strength
GL (Germanischer
Lloyd) approved
elastomeric
adhesive: meets
damp heat test acc.
IEC 61215/61646/61730
> 3,000 h
Terostat MS 9399
• 2-component cartridge
grade
• High initial strength
• Short tack-free time
• Independent from air/
humidity
• Easy handling
2K-system
ASTM E 162/E662,
NF F 16-101 M1,
DIN EN ISO 846
Terostat MS 939 FR
• Elastic bonding
adhesive
• High strength
• Good elasticity
• Flame retardant
Flame retardant
approvals (railway),
DIN 5510 S4,
NF F 16-101 M1,
ASTM E 162/E662
*only available in white color
**available in white, grey,
black
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Structural Bonding – Silane Modified Polymers
Product list
W
NE
Skin formation time
in min
Tensile
strength
(DIN 53504)
in MPa
Product
Colour
Consistency
Terostat MS 510
Black
Pasty,
thixotropic
45
3–4
10 – 20
1.6
Terostat MS 647
White, black
Pasty, thixotropic
60
3
15 – 25
2.8
Terostat MS 930
White, grey, black
Pasty, thixotropic
30
4
25 – 40
1.0
Terostat MS 931
White, grey, black
Self-levelling
25
3–4
15 – 20
0.8
Terostat MS 935
White, grey, black
Pasty, thixotropic
50
3
10 – 15
2.8
Terostat MS 937
White, grey, black
Pasty, thixotropic
50
4
10 – 15
3.0
White, off-white, grey,
Pasty, thixotropic
black
55
3
10
3.0
Terostat MS 939
Terostat MS 939 FR
Black
Pasty, thixotropic
> 50
3
20
3.5
Terostat MS 9302
Grey, brown
Thixotropic
30
3–4
10
1.1
Terostat MS 9360
Black
Pasty, thixotropic
> 50
3
10
3.5
Terostat MS 9380
White, grey
Pasty, thixotropic
> 65
3
5 – 10
4.0
Terostat MS 9399
White, grey, black
Pasty, thixotropic
60
2K-system
Cleaner:
Terostat 450 – alcohol solution designed for cleaning and to improve adhesion (thin fluid,
colourless)
B-Component (Hardener) for 2-component curing:
Terostat MS 9371 B – accelerator paste for Terostat MS adhesives and sealants (pasty,
thixotropic, white)
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Depth of cure
in mm
after 24h
Hardness shore A
(DIN EN ISO 868)
30 (black)
20 (white, grey)
3.0
Bonding
Sealing
Elongation
at break
(DIN 53504)
in %
Service
temperature
range
Pack sizes
210
-50 to +100°C
Not available in
the U.K.
Unique fast curing as 2K, damp heat test acc. IEC 61215/61646/61730 > 3,000 h, UL Listing
QMFZ2
200
-40 to +90°C
Not available in
the U.K.
Unique fast curing as 2K, damp heat test acc. IEC 61215/61646/61730 > 3,000 h
250
-50 to +80°C
310ml, 570ml,
18lt
FDA, BSS 7239, UL Listing QMFZ2
100
-40 to +100°C
Not available in
the U.K.
Sensoric test acc. to DIN 10955
230
-40 to +100°C
310ml, 570ml
Sensoric test acc. to DIN 10955, declaration of no objection acc. to ISEGA, DIN EN ISO 846
fungus resistance, IMO approval
220
-40 to +100°C
310ml, 570ml,
18lt
DIN EN ISO 846 (VDI 6022)
250
-40 to +100°C
310ml, 570ml,
25kg
UL Listing, QOQW2, damp heat test acc. IEC 61215/61646/61730 > 3,000 h
180
-40 to +100°C
310ml, 25kg
250
-50 to +100°C
Not available in
the U.K.
200
-40 to +100°C
310ml, 25kg
ASTM E 662 ASTM E 162 BSS 7239
120
-40 to +100°C
310ml, 25kg
GL (Germanischer Lloyd) approved elastomeric adhesive. Damp heat test acc. IEC
61215/61646/61730 > 3,000 h
150
-40 to +100°C
50ml*,400ml**
Comments / speciality
Flame retardant approvals (railway), DIN 5510 S4, NF F 16-101 M1, ASTM E 162/E662
DIN EN ISO 846 (VDI 6022)
ASTM E 162/E662, NF F 16-101 M1, DIN EN ISO 846
*only available in white colour,
**Available in white, grey, black
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Butyls
Plastic sealants in different shapes
Why use a Henkel Butyl?
Plastic sealants
Like adhesives, sealants are employed in diverse areas of industry and crafts and have been steadily
gaining in significance. Modern sealants ideally complement traditional joining and sealing techniques,
such as the use of solid gaskets, and can often even replace them.
Fundamentals
Butyl and polyisobutylene (PIB) sealants have different chemical structures, but users will detect
practically no differences in their properties when using them. Both groups of plastic sealants are
1-component products. As they need no hardener and no time to cure, their final properties are evident
immediately after application. This, and the characteristics below, make butyl and PIB
sealants interesting solutions for production and maintenance tasks in industry.
Properties
• Excellent adhesion to almost all substrates
• Final properties directly upon application
• Low permeability to water vapour and gases
• Good resistance to water and aging
• High flexibility even at low temperatures
• Self-welding
Due to their inherent tackiness, butyl and PIB sealants adhere to metals, glass, ceramics, mineral
substrates, wood, PS, EPDM and other plastics. They even achieve excellent adhesion to substrates
which are generally difficult to bond, such as PE, PP and POM.
Plastic vs. elastic
An important criterion in the selection of sealants is their mechanical
behaviour under deformation. When exposed to forces, each sealant shows
both a plastic (i.e. deformable) and an elastic (i.e. rubber-like) reaction. If
the plastic reaction is dominant, the sealant is referred to as plastic. Two
important groups of these plastic sealants are the products based on butyl
rubber and/or polyisobutylene.
Plastic sealants
a) Non-stressed
b) Compressed
c) Relieved
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Elastic sealants
Sealing
Plastic sealants
Wherever the term plastic sealants is used on the following pages, it refers to butyl and PIB sealants. Henkel breaks the plastic sealants down
as follows:
• Profiles
The butyls are given their different shapes by means of extrusion at temperatures between 60 and
80°C. They are subsequently applied to backing paper and coiled. The backing paper is removed
immediately before the profile is used. Profiles come in the form of flat profiles (tapes) or round
profiles (cords) with a great variety of dimensions. They are either wound on reels or cut to length
(pre-cut profiles). In order to increase their longitudinal dimensional stability, flat and round profiles
are also available with a core made of cotton or synthetic yarn or with a fabric sheath. Laminating
one side of the tapes to plastic films/sheets, nonwovens or aluminium composite foils achieves
further special properties such as UV and weathering stability, tear resistance, or compatibility with
plasters or paints. No application equipment or particular precautions are required for handling
the profiles. They are easy, safe and clean to use. Thanks to our long experience and the excellent
reliability of our production processes, profiles from Henkel have outstanding dimensional accuracy.
This is ensured by uniform application of material during production, a feature which is constantly
monitored by our Quality Assurance.
• Putties
Putties are easily shapeable sealants based on polyisobutylene. They are given the required shape by
hand and then pressed into gaps, joints or openings. Putties from Henkel easily mould themselves
to any kind of surface geometry. Having good adhesion as well as easy shapeability, they provide an
excellent seal against water, moisture, gases and dust.
• Hotmelt butyls
At room temperature, hotmelt butyl sealants are highly viscous and very tacky. For processing, they
are heated to 80 to 120°C, which considerably reduces their viscosity. As a result, they process
easily and at high speed when applied using heatable equipment. Moreover, hotmelt butyls can be
applied in very thin layers. As highly tacky sealants, these products can be used on a wide variety of
profiles, tapes, foils/films and mouldings. Once applied, the sealant can be covered with a release
paper for transport and storage. Hotmelt butyls remain highly tacky even at low temperatures,
allowing them to be processed at near to freezing point. The products are available in hobbocks and
drums. They can be applied from these containers using equipment with screw extruders, piston
pumps, gear pumps or rotary pumps.
• Gun-grade butyl sealants
Gun-grade butyl sealants are 1-component cold-processable sealants based on butyl rubber. They
can be applied at room temperature. These sealants come in cartridges or foil cartridges for pressure
guns, or in drums requiring suitable applicators. A distinction is made between solvent-free and
solvent-based products. Solvent-based products release their organic solvent after application.
During this process, they set physically, forming a plastic butyl sealant which is resistant to aging.
The solvent-free products cure when exposed to heat.
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Butyls
Product table
How do you want to apply the product?
Manual application
Pre-formed
Cold applied
Can be applied after the release paper / foil has been pulled off
Low tackiness
High tackiness
Medium cohesion
High cohesion
Terostat VII
Terostat 276
Terostat 81
1.69 g/cm3
1.41 g/cm3
1.26 g/cm3
Solids content
100%
100%
100%
Adhesion strength
Low
Very high
Very high
Room temperature
Room temperature
(hot applied: +120 to +140°C)
Room temperature
(hot applied: +80 to +160°C)
-40 to +80°C
-40 to +80°C
-40 to +80°C
Solution
Density
Processing temperature
Service temperature range
Pack sizes on request
Terostat VII
• Easy to remove
• Very good water and aging
resistance
• Good for spacing
• Sound insulation
• Can be overpainted
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Terostat 276
• High tackiness
• Pumpable at elevated
temperatures and also
available as profiled grade
Terostat 81
• High quality sealing tape
• High tackiness and
self-welding
• Very good water and aging
resistance
• No corrosive constituents
Sealing
Automated application
Formed in place
Cold applied
Hot applied
Gun-grade butyls
Hotmelt butyls
Kneadable
Heat conductive
Terostat IX
Terostat 2759
Terostat 6814
Terostat 301
1.7 g/cm3
1.37 g/cm3
1.3 g/cm3
1.25 g/cm3
100%
85%
100%
100%
Low
Medium
Very high
Very high
Room temperature
Room temperature
+120 to +150°C
+120 to +140°C
-30 to +80°C
-30 to +80°C
-40 to +80°C
-40 to +80°C
Terostat IX
• Slight tackiness
• Very good water and aging
resistance
• Good for spacing
• Sound insulation
• Can be overpainted
Terostat 2759
• Easy to dab off
• Very good water and aging
resistance
• Elasto-plastic
Terostat 6814
• High tackiness
• Pumpable
• Soft plastic
Terostat 301
• High thermal conductivity
• Soft formable and hot
extrudable
• Pumpable and also available as
profiled grade
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Butyls
Product list
Characteristic
Colour
Density
in g/cm3
Solids content
in %
Adhesion
strength
Processing
temperature in °C
Terostat VII
Putty
Light grey
1.69
100
Low
Room temperature*
Terostat IX
Putty
Light grey
1.7
100
Low
Room temperature*
Terostat 81
Pre-formed (and hot
applied) butyl
Black
1.26
100
Very high
Terostat 276
Pre-formed and hot
applied butyl
Grey and black
1.41
100
Very high
Hot applied**:
+120 to +140
Composite
Silver black
1.41
100
High
Room temperature*
Terostat 279
Hot applied butyl
Black
1.4
100
Very high
+80 to +160
Terostat 285
Hot applied butyl
Grey, black
1.4
100
Very high
+80 to +160
Terostat 301
Hot applied butyl
Anthracite
1.25
100
Very high
+120 to +140
Terostat 2759
Cartridge grade, room
temperature extrudable
Grey
1.37
85
Medium
Room temperature*
Terostat 2761
Pre-formed butyl
Black
1.3
100
High
Room temperature*
Terostat 2780
Hot applied butyl
Black
1.14
100
Low
+130 to +200
Terostat 2785
Hot applied butyl
Black
1.05
>98
Very high
Hot applied**:
+90 to +130
Terostat 3631 FR
Pre-formed parts
Black
1.4
100
Medium
Room temperature*
Terostat 4006
Cartridge grade, room
temperature extrudable
Grey
1.4
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Low
Room temperature***
Terostat 6814
Hot applied butyl
Black
1.3
100
Very high
+120 to +150
Product
Terostat 276 Alu
Room temperature*
Hot applied**:
+80 to +160
Room temperature*
Room temperature*
* Pack size: tape
** Pack size: drum or hobbock
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*** Pack size: cartridge or sausage
Sealing
Service temperature range
(short exposure)
Penetration
1/10 mm
-40 to +80°C
56
Sealing of metal sheet overlap
-30 to +80°C
75
Kneadable sealant for gap and breakthrough feeling
-40 to +80°C (+200 °C)
65
Very high tackiness, improved performance
-40 to +80°C
55
Multi-purpose, high strength
-40 to +80°C
Not applicable
-40 to +80°C
85
Excellent pumpable hot butyl with high adhesion strength
-40 to +80°C
105
Fungus resistant pumpable hot butyl
-40 to +80°C
70
High thermal conductivity, pumpable hot butyl
-30 to +80°C
N.A.
Gun-grade, solvent-based, excess material, can easily be dabbed off
-40 to +80°C (+160 °C)
50
Vacuum bagging tape for infusion processes up to +80°C mould temperature
-30 to +105°C (+200°C)
Not applicable
-40 to +100°C
55
Good adhesion, high temperature resistance, suitable for flexible photovoltaic modules. PMMA
compatibility Evonik (Plexiglas XT and XT 0A370)
-40 to +105°C
45
Flame retardant tape, high temperature resistance
-20 to +80°C
N.A.
Gun-grade, solvent-based sag-resistant sealant
-40 to +80°C
105
High performance pumpable hot butyl
Comments
Laminated with an aluminium composite foil for excellent weathering and UV resistance, water
vapour diffusion (DIN 53 122): μ = 645,000
High strength, suitable for tank melter application
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Casting Resins
Product table
What kind of Casting?
Air
Liquid
Thixotropic
Dry substrates
Macroplast
UK 8439-21
Macroplast
UK 8180 N
Macroplast
CR 3525
2K-PU
2K-PU
2K-PU
Macroplast UK 5400/
Macroplast UK 5401
Macroplast UK 5400/
Macroplast UK 5401
Macroplast CR 4200
White/Beige
Beige
Yellowish
5:2
5:3
100:75
Working life
4 – 5 min.
4 – 6 min.
23 – 29 min.
Viscosity mixture
800 mPa·s
850 mPa·s
1,300 mPa·s
-40 to +80°C
-40 to +100°C
80°C in process
+150°C
+150°C
+70°C
Part A: 190kg drum /
Part B: 30kg pail,
250kg drum
Part A: 200kg drum,
1,250kg container /
Part B: 30kg pail,
250kg drum,
1,250kg container
Part A: 25kg pail,
180kg drum /
Part B: 30kg pail,
240kg drum
Macroplast UK 8439-21
• Self levelling
• Fast setting
• Broad adhesion
spectrum
Macroplast UK 8439-21
has very good workability
and self levelling
properties. It is designed
for the manufacturing
of particulate air filters.
The product meets the
requirements in HEPA
filter industry.
Macroplast UK 8180 N
• Fast built-in thixotropy
• Short processing time
• Good penetration into
filter media
Macroplast UK 8180N
forms a thixotropic
solution which allows
to have a very fast
inline processing for
the assembly of filter
elements. The product is
suitable for clean room
applications.
Solution
Technology
Hardener (Part B)
Mixed colour
Mix ratio by weight
Service temperature range
Short exposure (1h)
Pack sizes
Casting resins based on epoxy and polyurethane
Possessing versatile characteristics, casting resins based on
epoxy and polyurethane have been steadily gaining ground
over the past decades. They can be chemically engineered
to be very hard and impact resistant or soft and elastic. A
casting resin usually consists of two basic components which
are mixed and react with each other to form a cross-linked
product. Systems of this kind generally display high strength,
are easy to apply, and have very good gap filling properties.
Polyurethane casting resins are compatible with a broad
range of materials and withstand temperatures of up to
120°C (with brief peaks up to 150°C). If higher temperatures
are required (up to 180°C), epoxy casting resins are used.
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Food/Water
Macroplast CR 3525
• Fast setting
• Easy processibility
Macroplast CR 3525 has
low exothermic reaction
and therefore allows fast
processing.
KTW approval
EG 1935 2004, direct
food contact approval
2002/72/EG approval for
the plastic industry
Filling &
Protecting
Electrical
application
Filter application
Medical
Wet substrates
Oil
Medium working life
Long working life
Macroplast
EP 3299
Macroplast
CR 5103 B4
Macroplast
EP 3030
Macroplast
EP 3430
Macroplast
CR 6127
2K-EP
2K-PU
2K-EP
2K-EP
2K-PU
Macroplast EP 5299
Macroplast CR 4620
Macroplast EP 5030
Macroplast EP 5430
Macroplast CR 4300
Amber
Yellowish/Light
Yellowish
Purple
Amber
White
100:35
100:72
100:29
10:1
85:15
6h
220 – 320 sec.
60 min.
16 h
70 – 110 min.
3,000 mPa·s
1,200 mPa·s
600 mPa·s
8,000 mPa·s
2,600 mPa·s
-55 to +80°C
80°C in process
-55 to +80°C
-55 to +100°C
-40 to +80°C
+200°C
+120°C
+200°C
+200°C
+150°C
Part A: 180kg drum /
Part B: 180kg drum
Part A: 180kg drum /
Part B: 250kg drum
Part A: 20kg pail,
230kg drum /
Part B: 20kg pail,
200kg drum
Part A: 20kg pail /
Part B: 18kg pail
Part A: 35kg pail /
Part B: 6kg pail,
30kg pail
Macroplast EP 3299
• Good adhesion
properties
• High processing
temperature resistance
Macroplast EP 3299 has
a very good chemical
resistance and good
adhesion properties
to wet fibers in the
production process.
Macroplast CR 5103 B4
• Allows steam, ETO or
gamma ray sterilisation
• Very good adhesion
Macroplast CR 5103 B4
has very good penetration
properties during
centrifugation. The
product is ISO 10993
compliant for medical
equipment and approved
for dialysers.
Macroplast EP 3030
• Multipurpose filter
applications
• High chemical
resistance
• Low viscosity
Macroplast EP 3030 has
low viscosity and controlled exothermic reaction
in the process. It is wellproven in the production
of membrane filters.
Macroplast EP 3430
• Long working life
• High temperature
stability
• Low shrinkage
Macroplast EP 3430 has
a very good resistance
to hydraulic fluids, fuel
and chemicals. Due to its
long open time it can also
be used for large potting
applications e.g. in gas
separation filters.
Macroplast CR 6127
• Flame retardant acc. to
UL 94 VO
• Elastic properties
• Very good electrical
properties e.g.
dielectric strength or
constant
Macroplast CR 6127 is
qualified for the casting
of telecommunication
articles, transformers or
other electrical/
electronic devices.
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Acoustic Coatings
Soundproofing
Why use Teroson Acoustic Coatings?
Basically, there are two options for controlling noise: It can be insulated or absorbed. As both options
can be applied to airborne and to structure-borne sound, there are in fact four different types of
noise control:
1. Absorption of structure-borne sound
Absorption of structure-borne sound is achieved by converting part of the sound energy into thermal
energy while the sound travels through homogeneous materials attached or bonded to a solid
body. In this way, the structure-borne sound is absorbed before it generates air-borne sound. The
better the absorption properties of such damping materials, the better the structure-borne sound
absorption. The "loss temperature" is a parameter for measuring this effect.
2. Insulation against structure-borne sound
Insulation against structure-borne sound is achieved by attenuating the propagation of sound by
using a flexible material for sound insulation. The softer and more voluminous this material, the
better the structure-borne sound insulation.
3. Absorption of air-borne sound
Absorption of air-borne sound is achieved by converting part of the air-borne sound energy into
thermal energy as the sound penetrates into fibrous or foam materials. The thicker the fibrous or
foam materials, the better the air-borne sound absorption.
4. Insulation against air-borne sound
Insulation against air-borne sound is achieved when part of the sound energy is reflected by a wall.
The remaining sound energy is transmitted through the wall and re-radiated on the opposite side
in the form of air-borne sound. The heavier and more flexible the partitioning wall, the better the
air-borne sound insulation.
Sound Measurement and
Evaluation:
The pressure of air-borne sound waves is
measured by means of a sound level meter with
a microphone. Sound levels are measured in
units of decibels (dB). As the subjective response
to noise as perceived by the human ear is largely
dependent on the frequency or the frequency
spectrum of a sound, level meters are provided
with weighting filters for equalisation. The
A-weighted sound level, expressed as dBA, will
be sufficiently accurate for most comparative
noise measurements.
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Loss factor ”d“:
The acoustic loss factor ”d“ is used as a
measure of the noise absorption capability of a
material. This factor indicates how much of the
sound energy propagated in the form of flexural
waves will be absorbed and converted into heat
energy. The loss factor of a material depends on
frequency and temperature. It does not, however,
provide a meaningful indication of the actual
reduction of noise level which can be achieved.
It must therefore be measured on site. Striking
a reasonable compromise between economic
cost and benefit, a loss factor of approx. 0.1
has been found acceptable for a wide range of
applications.
Air-borne sound absorption
coefficient α:
The absorption capability of a material is
expressed as air-borne sound absorption
coefficient α. It describes the percentage of
incident sound energy which is absorbed and
converted into heat energy. The absorption
coefficient α depends to a great extent on
frequency. The lower (deeper) the frequency, the
thicker the absorbent material to be used!
Coating
Soundproofing
• Highly efficient paste-type soundproofing materials
• Offer outstanding absorption capabilities
• Reduction of structure-borne noise
• Can be coated in any thickness to meet the most exacting requirements for universal structure-borne sound absorption
• Can be applied by spatula or spray gun
• Approved according DIN 5510 Part 2, class S4-SR2-ST2 (Fire behaviour)
Solution
Terophon 112 DB
Terophon 129
Chemical base
Aqueous synthetic resin dispersion
Aqueous synthetic resin dispersion
Density wet/dry
1.4 g/cm3 / 1.2 g/cm3
1.35 g/cm3 / 1.15 g/cm3
Solids contents
65%
70%
Drying time (4 mm wet film)
(DIN EN ISO 291)
24 h
20 h
-50 to +120°C
-50 to +120°C
250kg drum
250kg drum
Terophon 112 DB
• Solvent-free
• Ready to apply from spray guns
• Excellent fire resistance
• Low flammability
• Good thermal insulation properties
Terophon 112 DB is used for secondary noise
and vibration control on thin walled sheet
metal constructions in the manufacture of
vehicles, railway carriages, ship building
as well as plant and equipment building.
In addition, the product is also applied to
ventilation ducts, fan housings, lifts, waste
disposal units, to the rear side of facade
elements as well as to container buildings.
Coatings with Terophon 112 DB must not
be subjected to standing water or direct
weathering.
Terophon 129
• Solvent-free
• Ready to apply from spray guns
• Moisture resistant
• Low flammability
• Good thermal insulation properties
Terophon 129 is used for secondary noise and
vibration control on thin walled sheet metal
constructions in the manufacture of vehicles,
railway carriages, ship building as well as
plant and equipment building. Coatings with
Terophon 129 can be subjected to standing
water for a longer period of time.
Temperature resistance
Pack sizes
Handy Hints:
• Never apply Terophon water-based products
to bare steel sheets because there is a serious
risk of corrosion while the aqueous product
cures on the steel face and afterwards, when
humidity migrates into the Terophon coating.
Non-galvanised steel sheets or non-anodised
aluminium substrates always require a
waterimpermeable primer protection
• The Henkel range includes other soundproofing
products which are available on request
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Metal-filled Compounds
To repair metal parts
Why use a Loctite® Hysol® Metal-filled Compound?
Loctite® Hysol® Metal-filled Compounds offer maintenance solutions to the problems caused by
impingement and mechanical damage, including cracks in housings, worn keyways in shafts and
collars, worn cylindrical shafts, etc.
Loctite® Hysol® Metal-filled Compounds repair, rebuild and restore damaged machinery and equipment
permanently and without the need of heat or welding.
Traditional methods vs modern solutions:
Traditional repair methods such as hard face welding are time consuming and expensive. Alternatively,
Loctite® Hysol® Metal-filled Compounds are easily applied and offer superior compressive strength and
protection qualities.
Loctite® Hysol® Metal-filled Compounds and Loctite® Nordbak® Wearing Compounds help you restore
and rebuild a wide variety of worn parts and put them back in serviceable condition.
Key benefits of Loctite® Hysol® Metal-filled Compounds are:
• Fast repair
• Low shrinkage to reduce stress on components
• Easy to apply
• No need to heat parts
• Make repairs right on the production line
• Match metal colour
• Can be drilled, tapped or machined after cure
• Superior adhesion to metal, ceramic, wood, glass and some plastics
• Excellent resistance to aggressive chemicals to increase part life
• Choice of mild steel, aluminium or non-metallic fillers
• Create durable repairs
• High compression strength for mechanical applications
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Filling &
Protecting
Key factors to consider when choosing the right Loctite® Hysol® Metal-filled Compound
Metal to repair
®
®
Loctite Hysol products for metal repair use
steel or aluminium fillers to obtain properties
as close as possible to the part being repaired.
Non-metal filled products can be used to rebuild
worn areas constantly subjected to cavitation
and wear.
Consistency
Special requirements
Product viscosity must be formulated to
meet customer needs. The range of Loctite®
Hysol® Metal-filled range includes pourable,
putty or kneadable products to answer your
requirements.
As some applications are extremely demanding,
Henkel has developed special products to resist
to high compression loads, high temperature or
abrasion.
Surface Preparation
Correct surface preparation is vital for the successful application of these products.
Good surface preparation will:
• Improve adhesion of Loctite® Hysol® Metal-filled Compounds to parts
• Prevent corrosion between the metal surface and the Loctite® Hysol® Metal-filled Compound
• Extend part life
After surface preparation, parts must be:
• Clean and dry
• Without surface or internal chemical pollution
• Without corrosion
• With a surface profile of 75 μm minimum
Product application
Loctite® Hysol® Metal-filled Compounds are two component epoxies. Products must be mixed
correctly before application, using the proper mixing ratio, until a uniform colour is achieved.
Putty products should be applied in thin layers. Press in place firmly and build up to the required
thickness to fill the gap. Particular attention must be taken to prevent air bubbles forming.
Shaft repair
Use Loctite® Hysol® 3478 for this special application. This product is particularly suitable for rebuild
bearing seats. Please contact your local Technical Support to obtain specific recommendations for
shaft repair solutions.
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Metal-filled Compounds
Product table
Repair or rebuild damaged metal parts?
Steel
Kneadable
High compressive
strength
Putty
Loctite® 3463
(Metal Magic Steel™ stick)
Loctite® Hysol®
3478 A&B
Loctite® Hysol®
3471 A&B
(Superior Metal)
(Metal Set S1)
2K-Epoxy
2K-Epoxy
2K-Epoxy
N/A
4:1/7.25:1
1:1/1:1
Working life
3 min.
20 min.
45 min.
Fixture time
10 min.
Solution
Description
Mix ratio by volume / weight
20 N/mm2
82.7 N/mm2
125 N/mm2
70 N/mm2
-30 to +120°C
-30 to +120°C
-20 to +120°C
114g
453g
500g tub kit
Loctite® 3463
• Emergency sealing
of leaks in pipes and
tanks
• Smoothes welds
• Repairs small cracks in
castings
Sets in 10 minutes.
Steel filled kneadable
Stick. Adheres to damp
surfaces and cures
under water. Chemical
and corrosion resistant.
Can be drilled, filed and
painted.
Loctite® Hysol®
3478 A&B
• Rebuilding keyways
and spline assemblies
• Rebuilding of clamp
connections, tensioning
elements, gear wheels
or bearing seats
Ferro-silicon filled
with outstanding
compression strength.
Ideal for renewing
surfaces subjected to
compression, thrust, impact and harsh
environments.
Loctite® Hysol®
3471 A&B
• Seal cracks in tanks,
castings, vessels and
valves
• Patch non-structural
defects in steel casings
• Resurface worn air
seals
• Repair pitting caused
by cavitation and/or
corrosion
General-purpose
steel-filled, non-sagging
2K-Epoxy. Used to rebuild
worn metal parts.
≥6 N/mm
Compressive strength
Pack sizes
ANSI/NSF Standard 61
92
2
180 min.
17 N/mm
Shear strength (GBMS)
Service temperature range
180 min.
2
Filling &
Protecting
What material are you filling?
Metallic pieces
under friction
Aluminium
Pourable
Fast cure
Multi purpose
High temperature
resistance
Wear resistant
Loctite® Hysol®
3472 A&B
Loctite® Hysol®
3473 A&B
Loctite® Hysol®
3475 A&B
Loctite® Hysol®
3479 A&B
Loctite® Hysol®
3474 A&B
(Metal Set S2)
(Metal Set S3)
(Metal Set A1)
(Metal Set HTA)
(Metal Set M)
2K-Epoxy
2K-Epoxy
2K-Epoxy
2K-Epoxy
2K-Epoxy
1:1/1:1
1:1/1:1
1:1/1:1
1:1/1:1
1:1/1:1
45 min.
6 min.
45 min.
40 min.
45 min.
180 min.
25 N/mm
2
15 min.
20 N/mm
180 min.
2
20 N/mm
2
150 min.
20 N/mm
180 min.
2
20 N/mm2
70 N/mm2
60 N/mm2
70 N/mm2
90 N/mm2
70 N/mm2
-20 to +120°C
-20 to +120°C
-20 to +120°C
-20 to +190°C
-20 to +120°C
500g tub kit
500g tub kit
500g tub kit
500g tub kit
Not available in the U.K.
Loctite® Hysol®
3472 A&B
• Form moulds, fixtures
and prototypes
• Repair threaded parts,
pipes and tanks
Pourable, steel-filled, self
levelling. Recommended
for casting into hard to
reach areas, anchoring
and levelling, forming
moulds and parts.
Loctite® Hysol®
3473 A&B
• Repair holes in tanks,
leaks in pipes and
elbows
• Renew stripped threads
• Rebuild worn steel
parts
Fast curing, steel filled, nonsagging. Ideal
for emergency repair
and repairing worn
metal parts to prevent
downtime.
Loctite® Hysol®
3475 A&B
• Repair aluminium
castings, cracked or
worn aluminium parts
and stripped aluminium
threads
A non sagging, heavily
reinforced, aluminium
powder filled 2K-Epoxy.
Easily mixed and
moulded to form odd
shapes if required.
Cures to a non-rusting,
aluminium-like finish.
Loctite® Hysol®
3479 A&B
• Rebuilding and
repairing worn
metal parts in high
operating temperature
applications.
A non sagging, heavily
reinforced, aluminium
powder filled 2K-Epoxy.
Easily mixed and
moulded to form odd
shapes if required.
Cures to a non-rusting,
aluminium-like finish.
Loctite® Hysol®
3474 A&B
• Ideal for repairing
metallic surfaces under
friction
Steel putty, high wear
resistant. Forms a
self-lubricating surface
to reduce sliding wear on
moving parts.
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Protective Coatings and Compounds
Protection of parts against external attack
Why use a Loctite® Nordbak® Protective Coating or
Compound?
Loctite® Nordbak® Protective Coatings and Compounds offer maintenance solutions to the problems
caused by wear, abrasion, erosion, chemical attack and corrosion.
Typical applications for this product range include for example air ducts, pumps, heat exchangers,
centrifuges, impellers, fan blades, cyclones, pipes, tanks, retention areas etc.
Loctite® Nordbak® Protective Compounds with ceramic fillers provide excellent wear resistance and
superior adhesion. They are designed for specific service conditions and to protect and extend the
service life of a wide range of plant areas and plant equipment. Their key advantage is their capability
to create a sacrificial and renewable working surface, protecting the structural integrity of the original
substrate.
In addition to Protective Compounds which are designed to protect against abrasion by using ceramic
fillers Loctite® has newly launched Protective Coatings which protect against corrosion and chemical
attack. Those do not contain any ceramic fillers which provides a very smooth surface.
Available in trowelable, brushable and sprayable formulations with special fillers for tough conditions,
Loctite® Nordbak® Protective Coatings and Compounds stand up to every corrosion, abrasion, and wear
problem you can encounter, and are ideal for all those large-scale repairs that have to last.
Traditional methods vs modern solutions:
Traditional repair methods such as hard metal welding or flame spraying are expensive and difficult to
use for large surfaces. Alternatively, Loctite® Nordbak® Protective Coatings and Compounds are easily
applied on all surface sizes and offer the extra benefit of corrosion protection. In addition Loctite®
Protective Coatings do not create heat stress during the application.
Loctite® Hysol® Metal-filled and Loctite® Nordbak® Protective Coatings and Compounds help you
restore and rebuild a wide variety of worn parts and put them back in serviceable condition.
Key benefits of Loctite® Nordbak® Protective Coatings and Compounds:
• Restore worn surfaces and extend part life of new as well as old parts
• Increase part efficiency
• Save cost by avoiding part replacement and reducing spare part inventories
• Protect parts against abrasion, erosion, chemical attack and corrosion
• Excellent chemical resistance for effective protection of assemblies
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Coating
Key factors to consider when choosing the right Loctite® Nordbak® Protective Coating or Compound
Particle size
To improve abrasion resistance, particle
sizes of the abrasive materials and of the
Loctite® Nordbak® Protective Coatings and
Compounds should be similar. The range of
Loctite® Nordbak® Protective Coatings and
Compounds offers grades for coarse particles as
well as fine particle protection and some specific
products for pure chemical attack or corrosion
protection. A special product offering high impact
resistance is also included in the range.
Temperature resistance
Chemical and corrosion resistance
®
®
Operating temperatures of Loctite Nordbak
Coatings and Compounds range from -30°C
to +120°C. Some special grades, e.g. Loctite®
Nordbak® 7230 or Loctite® Nordbak® 7229,
can be used up to 230°C. These special grades
require post curing to achieve their ultimate high
temperature performance.
Thanks to the special epoxy matrix of Loctite®
Nordbak® Coatings and Compounds, this range
of products is resistant to most types of chemical
aggression. The products offer good protection
against fresh water and sea water, ammonium
sulphate and sodium hydroxide. Please contact
your local Technical Support for specific
chemicals requirements.
Product Application
Loctite® Nordbak® Protective Coatings and Compounds are two component epoxies. Products
must be mixed correctly before application, using the proper mixing ratio, until a uniform colour is
achieved.
To insure good wetability of Loctite® Nordbak® Protective Coatings and Compounds, it is
recommended to apply a brushable product like Loctite® Nordbak® 7117 as a primer prior to use
coarse particle reinforced Loctite® Nordbak® Protective Coatings and Compounds. For coating thicker
than 25mm, apply material in layers of 25mm at a time, allowing the layer to cool before applying
the next layer.
Surface Preparation
Correct surface preparation is vital for the successful application of these products.
Good surface preparation will:
• Improve adhesion of the Loctite® Nordbak® Protective Coatings and Compounds to parts
• Prevent corrosion between the metal surface and the Loctite® Nordbak® Protective Coatings and
Compounds
• Extend maintenance intervals
After surface preparation parts must be:
• Clean and dry
• Without surface or internal chemical pollution
• Without corrosion
• With a surface profile of 75 μm minimum
• With a blast profile of class 2.5
For large surfaces Loctite® 7515 compatible with Loctite® Nordbak® Protective Coatings and
Compounds should be applied to avoid flash rusting.
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Protective Coatings and Compounds
Product table
Which attack to be resisted?
Pure chemical attack or corrosion
On concrete
On metal
Brushable coating
Sprayable coating
Sprayable ceramic
compound
Loctite®
Nordbak® 7277
Loctite®
Nordbak® 7266
Loctite®
Nordbak® 7255
Blue
Blue
Green
-30 to +95°C
-30 to + 100°C
-30 to +95°C
Mix ratio by volume (A:B)
2.8:1
2.3:1
2:1
Mix ratio by weight (A:B)
100:28
100:34
100:50
Working time
30 min.
30 min.
40 min.
6h
5h
4h
Recommended total layer thickness*
min. 0.5 mm
min. 0.2 mm
min. 0.2 mm
Pack sizes
6.6kg, 23.4kg
1kg, 10kg
900g, 30kg
Loctite® Nordbak® 7277
Brushable non-filled
two-part epoxy for
Loctite® Nordbak® 7266
Sprayable non-filled
two-part epoxy for
• Tanks, reservoirs and
pipes
• Flooring
• Pumps, centrifuges and
pipes
• Gearboxes, engines and
compressors
• Heat exchangers, fans
and casings
• Tanks and reservoirs
Loctite® Nordbak® 7255
Ultra-smooth, ceramic
reinforced two-part epoxy
for
Solution
Colour
Service temperature range (dry)
Cure time
Handy Hints:
1) Apply Loctite® 7515 at the end of surface preparation and before
applying the final coating/compound. Benefit: Temporary corrosion
protection which prolonges the working time of the surface to up to
48h.
2) Badly worn surfaces are rebuilt using Loctite® Nordbak® 7222
Wear Resistant Putty or Loctite® Nordbak® 7232 High Temperature
Wear Resistant Putty, prior to applying protective Loctite® Nordbak®
composite coatings.
Refer to your Henkel Engineer for further information.
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*It is recommended for sprayable and brushable products to
apply minimum two layers to achieve total layer thickness.
• Lining tanks and chutes
• Rudders and pintle
housings
• Heat exchangers
• Condensers
• Cooling pump impellers
Coating
Abrasion or erosion on metal with or without chemical attack
Fine particle
Coarse particle
Brushable ceramic
compound
High temperature
brushable ceramic
compound
Pneu-Wear ceramic
compound
Trowelable ceramic
compound
High temperature
trowelable ceramic
compound
Loctite®
Nordbak® 7117
Loctite®
Nordbak® 7234
Loctite®
Nordbak® 7226
Loctite®
Nordbak® 7218
Loctite®
Nordbak® 7219
Dark grey
Grey
Grey
Grey
Grey
-30 to +95°C
-30 to +205°C
-30 to +120°C
-30 to +120°C
-30 to +120°C
3.38:1
2.6:1
4:1
2:1
2:1
100:16
100:21
100:25
100:50
100:50
60 min.
30 min.
30 min.
30 min.
30 min.
3.5 h
8 h + 3 h post cure
6h
7h
6h
min. 0.5 mm
min. 0.5 mm
min. 6 mm
min. 6 mm
min. 6 mm
1kg, 6kg
1kg
1kg, 10kg
1kg, 10kg
1kg, 10kg
Loctite® Nordbak® 7117
Brushable ceramic filled
two-part epoxy for
Loctite® Nordbak® 7234
Brushable ceramic filled
two-part epoxy for
Loctite® Nordbak® 7226
Ceramic filled two-part
epoxy for
Loctite® Nordbak® 7218
Trowelable, ceramic filled
two-part epoxy for
Loctite® Nordbak® 7219
Rubber modified, ceramic
filled two-part epoxy for
• Impellers, butterfly
valves
• Pump housings
• Cyclones
• Lining tanks
• Exhausters
• Heat exchangers and
condensers
• Lining tanks and chutes
• Butterfly valves
• Dredge pump liners
• Flumes and troughs
• Pump impellers
• Vibrating feeders
• Chutes/hoppers
• Cyclone and separator
bodies
• Dust collectors and
exhausters
• Pump liners and
impellers
• Fan blades and housings
• Chutes and hoppers
• Elbows and transition
points
• Dredge pump liners
• Flumes and troughs
• Pump impellers
• Vibrating feeders
• Chutes/hoppers
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Protective Coatings and Compounds
Product list
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Product
Product description
Particle
size
Colour
Mix ratio by
volume (A:B)
Mix ratio by
weight (A:B)
Working
time
Cure time
Loctite® Nordbak® 7117
Ceramic filled epoxy
compound
Fine
Dark grey
3.38:1
100:16
60 min.
3.5 h
Loctite® Nordbak® 7204
Quartz filled epoxy – Concrete
repair
Small
Grey
1.66:1
100:51.7
45 min.
24 h
Loctite® Nordbak® 7218
Ceramic filled epoxy
compound
Large
Grey
2:1
100:50
30 min.
7h
Loctite® Nordbak® 7219
Ceramic filled epoxy
compound
Large
Grey
2:1
100:50
30 min.
6h
Loctite® Nordbak® 7221
Epoxy coating
Fine
Grey
2.3:1
100:29.4
20 min.
16 h
Loctite® Nordbak® 7222
Ceramic filled epoxy
compound
Small
Grey
2:1
100:50
30 min.
6h
Loctite® Nordbak® 7226
Ceramic filled epoxy
compound
Fine
Grey
4:1
100:25
30 min.
6h
Loctite® Nordbak® 7227
Ceramic filled epoxy
compound
Fine
Grey
2.75:1
100:20.8
30 min.
6h
Loctite® Nordbak® 7228
Ceramic filled epoxy
compound
Fine
White
2.8:1
100:22.2
15 min.
5h
Loctite® Nordbak® 7229
Ceramic filled epoxy
compound
Small
Grey
4:1
100:25
30 min.
6 h + 2 h post
cure
Coating
Recommended
layer thickness
min. 0.5 mm
min. 6 mm
min. 6 mm
min. 6 mm
Hardness
shore D
87
–
90
85
Compressive
strength
N/mm²
105
82.7
110.3
82.7
Shear
strength
N/mm²
23.2
–
–
–
Service
temperature
range
-30 to +95°C
-30 to +66°C
-30 to +120°C
-30 to +120°C
Pack
sizes
Comments
1kg, 6kg
Brushable two-part epoxy that provides a
high gloss, low friction coating to protect
equipment from wear abrasion and
corrosion.
19kg
Trowelable quartz filled two-part epoxy for
repairing of concrete flooring and surfaces
exposed to chemical and mechanical
attacks.
1kg, 10kg
Trowelable, ceramic filled epoxy designed
to protect, rebuild and repair high wear
areas of processing equipment. Suitable
for overhead applications and irregular
surfaces.
1kg, 10kg
Rubber modified, ceramic filled epoxy that
offers high impact resistance. Ideal for
areas exposed to abrasion and impact.
Nonsagging and suitable for overhead
applications and irregular surfaces.
min. 0.5 mm
83
69
17.2
-30 to +64°C
5.4kg
Brushable ceramic filled two-part chemical
resistant epoxy to protect equipment
against extreme corrosion caused by
chemical exposure.
–
89
80
10
-30 to +107°C
1.3kg
Trowelable ceramic filled two-part epoxy
putty for badly worned surfaces exposed to
wear, erosion and cavitation.
Carbid-filled epoxy for protecting processing
equipment from fine particle abrasion. This
trowelable and non-sag epoxy is suitable
for overhead and vertical surfaces.
min. 6 mm
85
103.4
34.5
-30 to +120°C
1kg, 10kg
min. 0.5 mm
85
86.2
24.2
-30 to +95°C
1kg
Brushable ceramic filled two-part epoxy
with self-leveling properties, providing a
high gloss and low friction surface (grey).
min. 0.5 mm
85
86
24
-30 to +95°C
1kg
Brushable ceramic filled two-part epoxy
with self-leveling properties, providing a
high gloss and low friction surface (white).
10kg
Trowelable ceramic filled two-part epoxy
putty with high temperature resistance to
protect against small particles. Suitable for
overhead and vertical surfaces.
min. 6 mm
85
103.4
34.5
-30 to +230°C
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Product list
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Product
Product description
Particle
size
Colour
Mix ratio by
volume (A:B)
Mix ratio by
weight (A:B)
Working
time
Cure time
Loctite® Nordbak® 7230
Ceramic filled epoxy
compound
Large
Grey
4:1
100:25.6
30 min.
7 h + 2 h post
cure
Loctite® Nordbak® 7234
Ceramic filled epoxy
compound
Fine
Grey
2.6:1
100:21
30 min.
8 h + 3 h post
cure
Loctite® Nordbak® 7255
Ceramic filled epoxy
compound
Fine
Green/grey
2:1
100:50
40 min.
4 h
Loctite® Nordbak® 7256
Ceramic tile bonding epoxy
Fine
Off-white
1:1
100:125
60 min.
12 h
Loctite® Nordbak® 7257
Concrete repair – Magnesium
phosphate
Small
Grey
1:5
100:500
3 min.
22 min.
Loctite® Nordbak® 7266
Epoxy coating
–
Blue
2.3:1
100:28
30 min.
5 h
Loctite® Nordbak® 7277
Epoxy coating
–
Blue
2.8:1
100:34
30 min.
6h
Coating
Recommended
layer thickness
Hardness
shore D
Compressive
strength
N/mm²
Shear
strength
N/mm²
Service
temperature
range
Pack sizes
Comments
min. 6 mm
90
103.4
–
-28 to +230°C
10kg
High temperature resistant two-part
ceramic filled epoxy compound to protect
against large particles. Suitable for
overhead and vertical surfaces.
min. 0.5 mm
–
–
–
-29 to +205°C
1kg
Brushable two-part epoxy designed to
protect against turbulence and abrasion
under extreme heat.
min. 0.5 mm
86
106
31
-30 to +95°C
900ml, 30kg
Ultra-smooth, ceramic reinforced epoxy that
provides a high gloss, low friction coating
to protect against turbulence and abrasion.
Seals and protects equipment from
corrosion and wear.
–
88
96.6
34
-29 to +93°C
9kg
High strength two-part epoxy for installing
ceramic tiles quickly and securely. Suitable
for both horizontal and vertical applications.
min. 6 mm
–
Up to 90
–
-26 to +1,090°C
Two-part, rapid setting concrete repair
5.54kg, 25.7kg and grouting system designed for making
reliable, long lasting repairs.
min. 0.2 mm
84
105
17
-30 to +100°C
1kg, 10kg
min. 0.5 mm
–
–
–
-30 to +95°C
6.6kg, 23.4kg
Sprayable non-filled two-part epoxy that
provides corrosion protection and high
chemical resistance. Easy to spray with
standard airless spray gun.
Brushable non-filled two-part epoxy for the
protection of concrete against chemical
attack and corrosion.
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Cleaning
Parts, hands and maintenance cleaning
Why use a Loctite® Cleaner?
Loctite® Cleaners and Degreasers are highly effective and are available in both water-based and
­solvent-­based formulations. When choosing a cleaner or degreaser, the major factor to consider is
the kind of cleaning application. The Loctite® Cleaner portfolio offers cleaners used to clean surfaces
prior to bonding applications, hand cleaners as well as cleaners specifically developed for all kinds of
­maintenance cleaning in industry.
Loctite® cleaners prior to bonding (solvent-based)
Major factors to select the right product are drying time, residue, odour and substrate ­compatibility.
Residue is a particularly important concern: if there is any secondary processing of the part, e.g.
­painting or bonding, a residue could interfere with that process. Substrate c­ ompatibility is a common
concern when dealing with plastics and solvent-based cleaners.
Loctite® cleaners for maintenance applications (water-based)
Covering the main needs in maintenance applications, Loctite® maintenance cleaners are perfect
for any kind of workshop use. Some of them are dedicated cleaners to clean mechanical parts and
machines in different ways (high pressure, spray, dip, manual), others are suitable for light and heavy
floor cleaning by using either floor cleaning machines or high pressure equipment. In addition, the
­portfolio contains a cleaner for the removal of any markings.
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Cleaning
Why use a P3 Cleaner?
P3 cleaners are mainly used for cleaning parts and assemblies in the metalworking industry, in
­workshops, in the railway and boat industries and for maintenance a­ pplications. P3 cleaners are also
­suitable for removing paint from surfaces (graffiti), cleaning hands, floors, car bodies, track vehicles,
boats, awnings, tanks, pipes and many other ­applications.
•P3 combines high quality water-based alkaline, acidic and neutral cleaners. P3 cleaners are suitable
for metal substrates, plastics, concrete, stone, ceramics, glass, painted surfaces etc.
•P3 cleaners can be applied by spraying, dipping, high pressure, ultrasonic, manually or with a
­machine as a final or intermediate cleaning process.
•Good cleaning results can be achieved at temperatures of 5°C up to 100°C.
•P3 cleaners are available as concentrates (mix with water) or as ready-to-use products.
•In addition, cleaners with corrosion protection properties are available.
The cleaning function is removal of residus from the surface to prepare it for subsequent ­operations.
Residues are materials left on the surface from previous operations such as cutting, stamping, drilling,
drawing, ­grinding, etc. or the surface condition of incoming stock.
Residues may generally be divided into three categories:
•Organic residues are typically the lubricants used in metal forming and machining operations or
­corrosion preventive compounds. Mainly alkaline ­cleaners are suitable.
•Inorganic residues include rust, heat and weld scale, smuts and oxides. Acids or acidic cleaners
are designed to remove such kind of soils. Acidic ­cleaners are also used to clean injection-moulded
­thermoset plastic.
•Miscellaneous residues include shop dirt, inks, glove and finger prints. Alkaline or neutral cleaners
could be applied.
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Parts and Hand Cleaning
Product table
Do you need a parts or a hand cleaner?
Parts cleaner
General purpose
General purpose
Plastic parts
Low VOC
Loctite®
7061
Loctite®
7063
Loctite®
7070
Loctite®
7066
Description
Cleaner & degreaser
Cleaner & degreaser
Cleaner & degreaser
Cleaner & degreaser
Pack sizes
400ml aerosol
400ml aerosol, pump,
10lt can, 200lt
400ml aerosol, pump,
10lt
Not available in the U.K.
Loctite® 7063
Cleaner & degreaser
•Solvent-based general
parts cleaner
•Leaves no residue
•Ideal for use prior to
adhesive bonding and
sealing applications
•Removes most greases,
oils, lubrication fluids,
metal cuttings and
fines from all surfaces
Loctite® 7070
Cleaner & degreaser
•Solvent-based general
parts cleaner
•Usable as spray or in
immersion ­cleaning
process at room
­temperature
•Removes special
heavy oils
•For most plastic parts
without the risk of
stress cracks
Solution
Handy Hints:
• If cleaning tissues are required
use Loctite® 7852 Easy Clean.
Hands and parts cleaner for use
without water. Available in a
bucket ­containing 70 wipes.
Loctite® 7061
Cleaner & degreaser
•Solvent-based
­(acetone) general parts
cleaner
•Very fast evaporation
•Removes dirt, ­resins,
lacquer, oils and
greases
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Loctite® 7066
Cleaner & degreaser
•Water-based emulsion
with low VOC
•For use on metals and
plastics
A7 NSF Reg.No.: 138407
Cleaning
General cleaner
General purpose
For ink, paint or
resin on hands
Loctite®
7840
Loctite®
7850
Loctite®
7855
Contact cleaner spray
Cleaner & degreaser
Hand cleaner
Hand cleaner
400ml aerosol
750ml trigger spray,
5lt can, 20lt drum
400ml bottle,
3lt pump dispenser, 10lt
400ml bottle,
1.75lt pump dispenser
Loctite® 7840
Cleaner & degreaser
•Biodegradable
•Solvent-free, non-toxic,
non-flammable
•Diluted with water
•Removes grease, oil,
­cutting fluids and
­workshop grime
Loctite® 7850
Hand ­cleaner
•Natural extract base
•Free of mineral oils
•Biodegradable
•Contains premium skin
conditioners
•Works with or without
water
•Removes ground-in
dirt, grease, grime,
and oil
Gasket remover
Electrical contact
Loctite®
7200
Loctite®
7039
Gasket remover
400ml aerosol
Loctite® 7200
Gasket remover
•Removes cured gasket
sealants and ­traditional
gaskets in 10 to
15 minutes
•Minimal scraping
•Usable on most types
of surfaces
Hand cleaner
Loctite® 7039
Contact cleaner spray
•For cleaning ­electrical
contacts exposed
to ­moisture or other
­contamination
•Does not affect
­insulating varnishes
•Typical application:
cleaning of ­electrical
contacts, relays,
switchgear, etc.
Loctite® 7855
Hand ­cleaner
•Biodegradable
•Non-toxic
•Removes paint, resin
and adhesives
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Maintenance Cleaning in Workshops
Product table
Which type of maintenance cleaning is required?
Cleaning of mechanical parts in workshop
Multi-purpose
­cleaning
Dip cleaning
Fountain cleaning
Loctite®
7010
Loctite®
7012
Loctite®
7013
9
11.3
Neat: 9.5
Service temperature range
5 to 80°C
Room temperature to 40°C
Room temperature
Application concentration
30 to 500 g/l
10 to 500 g/l
Ready-to-use
5lt, 20lt
5lt, 20lt
5lt, 20lt
Loctite® 7010
Multi-purpose
­Workshop Cleaner
•Universal liquid cleaner
for general cleaning of
light contamination
•Biodegradable,
­solvent-free, label-free
•Pleasant odour
Applications:
Manual cleaning of
workshops, tools and
machines.
Loctite® 7012
Dip Cleaner
•General cleaner and
degreaser for heavy
contamination
•Excellent penetrating
action on dirt and easy
dissolution of grease
•Can be applied by
spraying, dipping and
manually
•Solvent-free
Applications:
Cleaning of all metal
mechanical parts, with
or without high pressure.
Also suitable on synthetic
substances, rubbers and
painted surfaces.
Loctite® 7013
Industrial Cleaner for
Fountain Applications
•Water based cleaner to
replace solvents
•Dissolves all kind of
contamination
•Provides temporary
rust protection
•Biodegradable and
environmentally
compatible
•Solvent-free
Applications:
For cleaning ­mechanical
parts using cleaning
tables.
Solution
pH at 10 g/l
Pack sizes
Handy Hints:
• These products cover 90% of the cleaning needs in a ­workshop
• For more specific needs like cleaning in ­spraying machines or
heavy duty floor ­cleaners, we recommend contacting Henkel
­technical support
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Cleaning
Cleaning of graffiti
and markings
Cleaning of floors
Spray cleaning
High pressure
­cleaning
General floor
­cleaning
Heavy-duty floor
cleaning
Graffiti and marking
remover
Loctite®
7014
Loctite®
7018
Loctite®
7860
Loctite®
7861
Loctite®
7862
11.5
10.1
8.7
12.2
Neat: 3.7
50 to 75°C
Room temperature to 35°C
15 to 35°C
15 to 100°C
+10 to +40°C
20 to 60 g/l
5 to 500 g/l
25 to 100 g/l
5 to 20 g/l
Ready-to-use
5lt, 20lt
5lt, 20lt
5lt, 20lt
5lt, 20lt
5lt, 20lt
Loctite® 7014
Spray Cleaner
•Efficient metal cleaner
and degreaser used
in spray cleaning
machines
•Strong detergent
•Contains inhibitor for
light metals
•Solvent-free
Loctite® 7018
High-Pressure Cleaner
•Heavy duty cleaner for
removal of dirt, oil and
grease from washable
surfaces
•Good foaming
­properties
•Suitable for high
­pressure applications
•Temporary corrosion
protection
•Solvent-free,
­biodegradable
Applications:
For heavy duty cleaning
of mechanical parts using
foam machines or high
pressure.
Loctite® 7860
Low Foam Floor Cleaner
•Neutral, low foaming,
perfumed floor cleaner
•Protective and
­dirt-repellent properties
•Ideal for use in floor
­cleaning equipment
•Also suitable for
­manual application
•Solvent-free
Applications:
For daily cleaning of
­sensitive floor materials.
Loctite® 7861
Heavy-duty Floor
Cleaner
•Efficient heavy-duty
cleaner for concrete
floors, applicable with
high-pressure and
steam equipment
•Can be used prior
to concrete repair
­applications
•Removes wide range
of contaminants (fat,
grease, oil, dust) and
provides temporary
corrosion ­protection
•Solvent-free
Loctite® 7862
Graffiti and Marking
Remover
•Very efficient on almost
any type of graffiti
•Particularly active on
bitumen containing
spray paints
•Can be used on vertical
surfaces
•Label-free
Applications:
For the removal of ­graffiti
and markings from all
common substrates.
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Maintenance Cleaners
Product table
Machine and general cleaning
Floor cleaning
General
Heavy soiling
Alkali-resistant
Cleaning equipment
P3
Glin Plus
P3
Grato 3000
P3
Ultraperm 091
P3
Glin Floor
Application
All
All
Spray
Manual / equipment
Appearance
Clear, yellow-green
liquid
Colourless up to
­yellowish liquid
Clear liquid
Clear, yellow-green
liquid
Concentration
30 – 500 g/l
20 – 200 g/l
10 – 20 g/l
20 – 100 g/l
Temperature
10 to 50°C
10 to 50°C
50 to 70°C
Room temperature
P3 Glin Plus
Universal, liquid cleaner
•Combination of
­surfactants, salts of
organic acids and
hydrotropes
•Free of phosphates,
alkali, acids and
­solvents
•Perfumed
•Good demulsifying
effect
•All substrates
P3 Grato 3000
Highly ­concentrated
alkaline cleaner /
degreaser
•Economical in use
•Phosphate, EDTA- and
NTA-free
•Excellent degreasing
properties
•Most efficient all-round
alkaline cleaner
•Perfect vehicle cleaner
P3 Ultraperm 091*
Alkaline cleaner for
membranes
•Alkali, complexing
agents, biodegradable
anionic surfactants
•Excellent emulsifying
and complexing
­properties
•Does not attack
­synthetic material
•Easy removal of organic
soiling and descaling
action in one product
Solution
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Membrane cleaning
* For ­further ­information on the
cleaning range, please contact
your local sales ­engineer.
P3 Glin Floor
Floor cleaner for
automatic & manual
cleaning
•Neutral
•Low foaming for
use in floor cleaning
­equipment
•Slightly perfumed
•Leaves soil-repellent
protection layer
Cleaning
Maintenance cleaning
Marine cleaning
Painting equipment
Graffiti remover
Glass cleaning
Hand cleaning
P3 Grato
­Marine Cleaner
P3
Croniclean 300
P3
Scribex 400
P3
Glin Cristal
P3
Manuvo
Manual / spray
Manual / dip / spray
Manual / spray
Spray
Manual
Colourless liquid
Yellow to brown
Thickened yellow liquid
Blue liquid
Yellow, clear viscous
500 g/l and more
10 – 20 g/l
Ready-to-use
Ready-to-use
Ready-to-use
Room temperature
Room temperature
7 to 30°C
Room temperature
Room temperature
P3 Grato Marine
­Cleaner*
Concentrated cleaning
product for yachts
•Very efficient for
­difficult cleaning
­operations
•Safe product (not
­subject to R or S
phrases)
•Neutral product
P3 Croniclean 300*
For removal of
­water-based paints
•Butylglycol-free
•Ideal for removal of
water-based uncured
paints from nozzles,
guns, etc.
•Free of chlorinated or
petroleum solvents
P3 Scribex 400*
Graffiti remover
•Contains
­environmentally
­compatible raw
­materials
•NMP/terpenes/DMSO
•Not flammable
•Low odour
•Low VOC (8%)
P3 Glin Cristal
Glass cleaner
•Also ideal for cleaning
of plastics
•Self-drying
P3 Manuvo*
Highly efficient, liquid,
solvent-free hand
cleaner
•Hard on dirt but soft
on skin
•In line with EU cosmetic
rules
•­Slightly perfumed
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Industrial Cleaners
Product table
General dip
General spray
High pressure
P3
Galvaclean 20
P3
Industril FA
P3
Grato 80
Application
Dip
Spray
Spray or high pressure
Appearance
Yellow to light brown
liquid
Clear, red-brown liquid
Clear liquid
Concentration
20 – 80 g/l
30 – 100 g/l
5 – 50 g/l
Temperature
40 to 90°C
20 to 50°C
20 to 90°C
P3 Galvaclean 20
All purpose neutral dip
cleaner
•Salts of organic acids,
non-ionic surfactants,
alkanolamine
•Neutral cleaner
•Multi-metal
•Dewatering properties
•Very good corrosion
protection
•For final as well as for
intermediate cleaning
P3 Industril FA
All-round spray cleaner
for heavy soiling
•Contains corrosion
­protection agent
•Also usable in other
­cleaning methods (dip,
HP, manual, etc.)
•For use on all
­substrates
•Environmentally
­compatible alternative
to solvent cleaners
Solution
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P3 Grato 80
Alkaline high pressure
cleaner
•Alkalis, surfactants,
silicates
•All-round alkaline
cleaner
•Inhibited for use on
aluminium
•High degreasing
­performance
•Ideal tank cleaning
product
Cleaning
Industrial cleaning
Parts cleaning
Alkaline
Alkaline
Corrosion protection
Neutral
Acid
P3
Upon 5800
P3
Saxin 5520
P3
Emulpon 6776
P3
Neutracare 3300
P3
Chemacid 3500
Spray
Spray
Dip / spray
All
Dip / spray
Clear colourless liquid
Clear liquid
Clear, yellowish liquid
Clear, light yellowish
liquid
Clear, yellow-brownish
liquid
40 – 80 g/l
20 – 60 g/l
10 – 50 g/l
10 – 30 g/l
Dip: 100 – 300 g/l,
Spray: 10 – 50 g/l
40 to 80°C
50 to 80°C
40 to 80°C
30 to 80°C
50 to 90°C
P3 Saxin 5520
Liquid spray cleaner for
all metals
•Silicate, surfactant
•Inhibited for use on
aluminium
•Low foaming
P3 Emulpon 6776
Cleaning before
­machining and
­corrosion protection
after machining
•Organic corrosion
­protection components,
solubilisers, mineral oil
fractions
•Applicable in
­immersion and spray
process
•All metals
•Corrosion protection for
long term storage
P3 Neutracare 3300
Water-based neutral
cleaner
•Organic corrosion
­inhibitors
•Very high demulsifying
properties
•Multi-metal
•Applicable in all kinds
of processes
•Salt-free
P3 Chemacid 3500
Pickling and derusting
agent for immersion
and spray processes
•Phosphoric acid,
­sulphuric acid, inhibitor
•Fast pickling
•Contains inhibitor
•Ideal for equipment
cleanouts
P3 Upon 5800
Liquid spray cleaner
for degreasing of steel
parts and plastic
•Alkalis, phosphates,
salts of organic acid,
non-ionic surfactants
•High degreasing
­performance
•Usable in all water
qualities
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Cleaning, Protecting and Specialities
Product table
Paint removal
Paint stripping
Hot
Cold
Solvent-based
paints
Novastrip
9210
Turco
6776
P3
Croni 810
Application
Spray
Brushing / dip
–
Appearance
Brown liquid
Green paste / liquid
White liquid
Concentration
300 – 500 g/l
Ready-to-use
100 – 200 g/l
> 80°C
Room temperature up
to 35°C
Room temperature
Solution
Working temperature
Novastrip 9210
Highly alkaline paint
stripper (steel)
•Amine-free
•Solvent-free
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Paint detack
Turco 6776
Acid paint stripper
•Methylenechloride-free
•Turco 6776 LO:
­Thickened for good
adherence
•Turco 6776 Thin: For
dip application
•All metals (incl.
­aluminium)
•Low odour
P3 Croni 810
Neutral paint coagulant
•All-rounder for solvent
based paints
•Neutral
•Contains corrosion
inhibitor
Cleaning
Protecting
Cleaning specialities
Corrosion protection
Neutralising smell
Polishing
Water-based paints
Water-based
Oil-based
P3
Croni 828
P3
Prevox 7400
P3
Gerocor 3
P3
Grato WP
P3 Grato
­ arine Polish
M
–
Spray / dip
Spray / dip
Spray
Manual – wipe
Light brownish powder
Clear, yellowish liquid
Clear, brownish liquid
White liquid
Beige paste
40 – 50 g/l
5 – 20 g/l (steel),
15 – 30 g/l (cast iron)
Ready-to-use
1 – 20 g/l
Ready-to-use
Room temperature
15 to 80°C
Room temperature
Room temperature
Room temperature
P3 Croni 828
Neutral paint coagulant
for solvent and water
based paints
•Special silicates, dust
binding agents
•Neutral
•For both solvent and
water-based paints
P3 Prevox 7400
Passivation of steel
and cast iron for
­subsequent ­temporary
storage in closed
­warehouses
•Organic corrosion
­protection components
•Water-based
•No disturbance of
­following process steps
(painting, bonding, etc.)
P3 Gerocor 3
Passivation of steel
and cast iron for
­subsequent storage or
transport
•Organic corrosion
­protection components
mineral oil fractions
•Flashpoint > 100°C
•3 – 6 months corrosion
protection in closed
warehouse
P3 Grato WP
Smell neutralisation
•Special technology to
neutralise unpleasant
smells
•Low consumption /
high performance
•Part of Windpur range
for neutralising smell
P3 Grato Marine Polish
Ready to use waterbased ­silicone-free wax
emulsion for ­stainless
steel, plastics and
­painted surfaces
•Leaves a water-­
repellent protective
layer on the surface
•Results in a shining
surface
•Part of Grato marine
­maintenance range
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Lubrication
Lubrication and Protection
Why use a Loctite® Lubricant?
Loctite® Lubricants offer protection for industrial plants and ­equipment. This range includes
organic, mineral and synthetic based products meeting the ­requirements of industrial
­applications.
What is the function of a lubricant?
The typical function of a lubricant is to protect against friction and wear. Lubricants are also used to
protect against corrosion by displacing moisture and leaving a c­ ontinuous coating on the part.
What considerations are important when choosing a lubricant?
When choosing a lubricant, it is important to consider the intended application as well as the
­environmental conditions to which the assembly will be exposed. Environmental conditions are critical
to the successful selection of the right lubricant product. Factors including high temperature, harsh
chemicals and contaminants may have an adverse effect on the expected lubricant performance.
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Loctite® Anti-Seize
Loctite® Dry Film Lubricants
Loctite® Anti-Seize products
­provide protection in harsh
­environments and ­operating
­conditions, e.g. extreme
­temperatures and corrosive attack.
They prevent fretting and ­galvanic
corrosion. Can also be used as
running-in lubricant for new
­equipment.
MoS2 and PTFE based Loctite®
Dry Film Lubricants reduce friction,
prevent seizing, ensure protection
against corrosion and enhance the
performance of oils and greases.
Lubricating
Multan® Cutting Fluid Emulsions – New biostable cutting fluids
Henkel patented emulsifier technology
Excellent wetting properties result in:
•High cleanliness of machined parts, machines and tools
•Good run-off characteristics and low drag-out rates
•Minimised replenishment rates
•Excellent anti-corrosion behaviour
•Bactericide-free cutting fluids without bacterial growth – even the addition of bactericides is
unnecessary
•No bactericide costs – even during replenishment / stable also during long idle periods /
­self-repairing
•Bactericide-free formulation ensures very good skin compatibility
•Remarkably little foam formation
•Milky white cutting fluids used for drilling, turning, milling, grinding
•Multi-metal applications (cast iron, steel, aluminium, non-ferrous metals, etc.)
•Multi-machining characteristics (turning, drilling, milling, tapping, grinding, etc.)
•General purpose – A true all-rounder Multan 71-2
•High performance cutting fluid for aluminium / stainless steel machining where high lubricity is
required: the specialist Multan 77- 4
Multan 71-2
Multan 77- 4
Loctite® Lubricating Oils
Loctite® Lubricating Greases
Loctite® Lubricating Oils have
been designed for moving parts in
equipment ranging from big plants
to mini machines. ­Flowability and
surface adhesion ensure good lubrication at both high and low speeds
within the specified ­temperature
range.
Loctite® Lubricating Greases have
been designed to offer the ­following
performance benefits:
•Protect against friction
•Reduce wear
•Prevent overheating
Carefully balanced formulations
and high-quality ingredients help
Loctite® lubricants to meet the
requirements of a wide range of
applications. To match specific
requirements, Loctite® Greases are
made of mineral or synthetic base oils combined with a thickening agent,
e.g. lithium soap or inorganic material such as silica gel. Loctite® Greases
protect against corrosion and withstand extreme pressures.
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Anti-Seizes
Product table
High performance applications
High water
resistance
High purity
Long term
protection
Loctite®
8023
Loctite®
8013
Loctite®
8009
Black
Dark grey
Black
Graphite, calcium, boron
nitride & rust inhibitors
Graphite & calcium
oxide
Graphite & calcium
fluoride
–
–
–
Service temperature range
-30 to +1,315°C
-30 to +1,315°C
-30 to +1,315°C
Pack sizes
454g brush top
454g brush top
454g brush top
Loctite® 8023 brush top
•Anti-Seize with ultimate
wash out resistance
•For stainless steel
American Bureau of
Shipping ­certified
Loctite® 8013 brush top
•High purity metal-free
Anti-Seize
•Excellent chemical
­resistance
•For stainless steel
•Ideal for use in the
nuclear industry
PMUC
Loctite® 8009 brush top
•Metal-free Anti-Seize
•Provides long term
lubrication
•For all metals ­including
stainless steel and
titanium
Solution
Colour
Solid lubricating agent
NLGI class
Handy Hints:
• Loctite® 8065 now offers the same trusted performance in a semisolid stick formula, but clean, fast and easy to apply.
• Special equipment available on request
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Lubricating
Standard applications
High load
Copper anti-seize
Aluminium
­anti-seize
MoS2 assembly
spray / paste
Food grade
­anti-seize
Loctite®
8012
C5-A® Loctite®
8007/8008/8065
Loctite®
8150/8151
Loctite®
8154
Loctite®
8014
Black
Copper
Grey
Black
White
MoS2 & rust inhibitors
Copper & graphite
Aluminium, graphite,
extreme pressure (EP)
additives
MoS2
White oil and extreme
pressure (EP) additives
1
–
1
1
–
-30 to +400°C
-30 to +980°C
-30 to +900°C
-30 to +450°C
-30 to +400°C
454g brush top
400ml aerosol, 454g
brush top, 20g stick
500g, 400ml ­aerosol
400ml aerosol
907g can
Loctite® 8154 aerosol
•Assembly paste with
MoS2
•Facilitates assembly
and disassembly of
cylindrical parts
•Withstands heavy
­operating conditions
•Lubricates and seals
cylindrical parts,
­bearings, gears at low
speed
H2 NSF Reg. No.:
122982
Loctite® 8014
•Food grade metal-free
Anti-Seize
•For stainless steel
­components
•Suitable for wet
­environments
H1 NSF Reg. No.:
123004
Loctite® 8012 brush top
•MoS2 assembly paste
ensures maximum
lubricity
•Gives good resistance
to extremely high loads
•Ideal for protection of
parts during running in
or cold start
C5-A®
Loctite® 8007 aerosol
Loctite® 8008 brush top
Loctite® 8065 stick
•Copper based AntiSeize
•Typical applications:
screws, nuts, pipes,
exhaust bolts, brake
caliper bolts
Loctite® 8150 can
Loctite® 8151 aerosol
•Protects threaded
­connections
•Prevents seizing and
corrosion
•Typical applications:
screws, nuts, pipes,
heat exchangers and
fittings of oil and gas
burners
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Dry Films and Oils
Product table
Dry film lubricant
General purpose
Non-metal surface
Penetrating oil
Chain lubricant
Loctite®
8191
Loctite®
8192
Loctite®
8001
Loctite®
8011
Appearance
Black
White
Colourless
Yellow
Base
MoS2
PTFE
Mineral oil
Synthetic oil
1,100 mPa·s
1,100 mPa·s
4 mPa·s
11.5 mPa·s
-40 to +340°C
-180 to +260°C
-20 to +120°C
-20 to +250°C
N.A.
N.A.
1,200
2,450
400ml aerosol
400ml aerosol
400ml aerosol
400ml aerosol
Loctite® 8191
•MoS2 anti-friction
­coating – aerosol
•Quick drying
•Surface protection
against corrosion
•Enhances the
­performance of oils and
greases
Loctite® 8192
•PTFE coating
•For non-metal and
metal surfaces
•Creates sliding surface
for free movement
•Prevents dust/dirt
­accumulation
•Protection against
­corrosion
•For conveyor belts,
­slideways and cams
H2 NSF Reg. No.:
122980
Loctite® 8001
•Penetrating mineral oil
spray
•Multi-purpose
­penetrating oil for
micro-mechanisms
•Penetrates inaccessible
mechanisms
•Lubricates valve seats,
collars, chains, hinges
and cutting knives
H1 NSF Reg. No.:
122999
Loctite® 8011
•High-temperature chain
oil spray
•Oxidation resistance
­prolongs lubricant
­service life
•Lubricates open
­mechanisms,
­conveyors and
chains at elevated
­temperatures up to
250°C
H2 NSF Reg. No.:
122978
Solution
Viscosity
Service temperature range
Load test 4 ball N
(weld load)
Pack sizes
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Lubricating
Oil
Freeing parts
Silicone oil
Cutting oil
All-round cutting
fluid
General purpose
Loctite®
8040
Loctite®
8021
Loctite®
8030/8031
Loctite®
8035
Loctite®
8201
Amber
Colourless
Dark yellow
Brownish liquid
Light yellow
Mineral oil
Silicone oil
Mineral oil
Emulsifier
Mineral oil
5 mPa·s
350 mPa·s
170 mPa·s
Low
17.5 mPa·s (+50°C)
N.A.
-30 to +150°C
-20 to +160°C
N.A.
-20 to +120°C
N.A.
N.A.
8,000
N.A.
N.A.
400ml aerosol
400ml aerosol
8030: 250ml bottle,
8031: 400ml aerosol
5lt / 20lt bucket
400ml aerosol
Loctite® 8040
Freeze & Release
•Releases rusted,
corroded and seized
components by the
shock-freezing effect
•Wicks directly into the
rust by capillary action
•Released parts
remain lubricated
and ­protected from
­corrosion
Loctite® 8021
•Silicone oil
•Lubricates metal and
non-metal surfaces
•Suitable as release
agent
H1 NSF Reg. No.:
141642
Loctite® 8030 bottle
Loctite® 8031 aerosol
•Cutting oil
•Protects cutting tools in
operation
•Improves surface finish
•Increases tool life
•For drilling, sawing or
­tapping steel, ­stainless
steel and most
­non-ferrous metals
Loctite® 8035
•Water-miscible and
bactericide-free
•With patented
­emulsifier system
•Very good corrosion
­protection and high
­process economy
•For drilling, turning,
­sawing, milling,
­threading, grinding
•Suitable for a broad
range of materials:
steel, high-alloy
steel, cast iron and
non-­ferrous metals,
­including brass and
­aluminium alloys
Loctite® 8201
Five way spray
•Frees assemblies
•For light lubrication of
metals
•Cleans parts
•Displaces moisture
•Prevents corrosion
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Greases
Product table
General purpose
Neutral appearance
Corrosion protection
Loctite®
8105
Loctite®
8106
Colourless
Light brown
Mineral
Mineral
Thickener
Inorganic gel
Lithium soap
Drop point
None
> +230°C
NLGI class
2
2
-20 to +150°C
-30 to +160°C
1,300
2,400
400ml cartridge, 1lt can
400ml cartridge, 1lt can
Solution
Appearance
Base oil and additives
Service temperature range
Load test 4 ball N (weld load)
Pack sizes
Handy Hints:
• Special equipment available on request
Loctite® 8105
•Mineral grease
•Lubricates moving parts
•Colourless
•Odourless
•Ideal for bearings, cams, valves
and conveyors
H1 NSF Reg. No.: 122979
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Loctite® 8106
•Multi-purpose grease
•Lubricates moving parts
•Provides corrosion protection
•For rolling/plain bearings and
slideways
Lubricating
High performance
Special purpose
High temperature
­resistance
Heavy load applications
Plastic part applications
Chains, gears
Loctite®
8102
Loctite®
8103
Loctite®
8104
Loctite®
8101
Light brown
Black
Colourless
Amber
Mineral, EP
Mineral oil, MoS2
Silicone
Mineral oil, EP
Lithium soap complex
Lithium soap
Silica gel
Lithium soap
> +250°C
> +250°C
N.A.
> +250°C
2
2
2/3
2
-30 to +200°C
-30 to +160°C
-50 to +200°C
-30 to +170°C
3,300
3,600
N.A.
3,900
400g cartridge, 1lt can
400g cartridge, 1lt can
75ml tube, 1lt can
400ml aerosol
Loctite® 8102
•High-temperature grease
•Prevents wear and corrosion
•Suitable in humid
­environmental conditions
•Withstands heavy loads at
medium and high speeds
•Lubricates rolling/plain
­bearings, open gears and
­slideways
Loctite® 8103
•MoS2 grease
•For moving parts at all speeds
•Withstands vibration and heavy
loads
•For highly stressed joints, plain
and roller bearings, socket
joints and slideways
Loctite® 8104
•Silicone grease
•Valve and packing grease
•Wide temperature range
•Lubricates most plastic and
­elastomeric components
H1 NSF Reg. No.: 122981
Loctite® 8101
•Chain lubricant
•Adhesive grease for open
­mechanical systems with
­anti-fling properties
•Protects against water ingress
•Excellent wear and high
­pressure resistance
•Lubricates chains, open gears
and worm screws
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Cutting, Stamping and Drawing Fluids
Product table
Grinding
Machining
Grinding
Non-ferrous substrates
General machining
Multan 46-81
Multan 21-70
Multan 71-2
Synthetic
Semi-synthetic
Semi-synthetic
Appearance
Transparent
Emulsion
Transparent
Aluminium
Suitable
Suitable
Suitable
Steel
Preferred
Suitable
Preferred
Cast iron
Preferred
Suitable
Preferred
Stainless steel
Suitable
Suitable
Suitable
Non-ferrous metals
Suitable
Preferred
Suitable
Make-up concentration
3 – 4%
5 – 20%
4 – 8%
Solution
Type
Handy Hints:
Additives for lubricant systems:
• Multan S: system cleaner to extend the
lifetime of emulsions
• Multan AS: defoamer for emulsions
Multan 46-81
•Wide range of grinding
­operations
•Mineral-oil-free
•Excellent foam control
•pH: 9.3
•Inhibited against attack on
­copper alloys
•Resistant to bacterial growth
•No formation of
­nitrosodiethanolamines
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Multan 21-70
•Drilling, turning, milling,
­threading, grinding operations
•Boron- and amine-free
•Free of EP additives (chlorine,
sulphur, phosphorus)
•pH: 9.1
•Mineral oil base
•No staining on aluminium and
non-ferrous metals
•Resistant to bacterial growth
•Suitable for moderate to
extreme water hardness –
20–150 GH
Multan 71-2
•Drilling, turning, milling,
­threading, reaming, grinding
•Bactericide-free
•pH: 9.2
•Low replenishment rates
•Highly resistant to
­micro-organisms, bacteria,
fungi
•Extremely efficient lubrication
resulting in longer tool life and
excellent cooling performance
Lubricating
Stamping and drawing
Sophisticated machining
Heavy duty machining
Stamping
Drawing
Multan 77-4
Multan 233-1
Multan F AFS 105
Multan F 7161
Semi-synthetic
Vegetable oil
Oil
Oil
Milky
Emulsion
Transparent
Transparent
Preferred
Suitable
Preferred
Preferred
Preferred
Preferred
Suitable
Preferred
Suitable
Suitable
Suitable
Preferred
Preferred
Suitable
Suitable
Suitable
Suitable
Suitable
Suitable
Suitable
4 – 8%
2 – 10% (in addition to semisynthetic emulsions)
Ready-to-use
Ready-to-use
Multan 77-4
•Drilling, turning, milling,
­threading, grinding operations
•Bactericide-free
•pH: 9.4
•Novel lubricating component
•Highly resistant to
­micro-organisms, bacteria,
fungi
•High-performance cutting fluid
•Extremely efficient lubrication
resulting in longer tool life
•Contains aluminium inhibitors
Multan 233-1
•Enables the most difficult
machining work, e.g. deep hole
drilling, cutting, drilling
•Part of the HD System
•Dispersible in cutting fluids, e.g
Multan 71-2
•Mineral-oil-free
•Contains EP additives
with excellent lubricating
­performance
•Biodegradable vegetable oils,
good oxidation resistance
Multan F AFS 105
•Low viscosity for low and
medium stamping operations
•Rolling, dipping, spraying,
­pouring application
•Aluminium fin and hair pin
manufacturing
•Evaporating-type product
•Easy to clean
•No staining on aluminium and
copper
•Suitable for manufacturing
parts of air-conditioners
Multan F 7161
•Water-miscible
•Rolling, spraying, brushing,
pouring application
•Compatible with downstream
processes such as cleaning,
pre-treatment, painting
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Surface Preparation
Preparation & Protection
Why use a Loctite® Surface Preparation product?
The Loctite® portfolio of Surface Preparation products offers solutions for all types of surface treatments
or preparations:
1. Protection of welding equipment
Protect shroud and contact tip from welding spatter and ensure uninterrupted welding for a complete
shift
2. Belt dressing
Prevent slippage and increase friction for all types of belts
3. Rust treatment and corrosion protection
Protect surfaces against corrosion by converting rust into a stable base – restoring the protective
coating on galvanised parts – coating parts with a non-drying, tack-free product
4. Leak detection
Detect leaks in gas handling systems
5. Tamper proofing
Visually detect movements in adjusted parts
6. Repair tape
Repair, reinforce, fix, seal and protect with a fabric reinforced tape
All products are easy to use. Some of them are recommended for emergency repairs where fast and
efficient help is needed. Ideal also for maintenance and line production.
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PreTreatment
Why use a Loctite® Activator or Primer?
Loctite® Activators
Loctite® Activators accelerate the cure of Loctite® threadlockers, thread sealants, retaining
compounds, gasketing products and instant adhesives. They are also recommended for applications
at low temperatures (below 5°C) and where large gap filling may be required.
For modified acrylics (Loctite® 329, 3298, 330, F 246, 3342) the activator is mandatory to initiate the
curing process: the activator is applied to one face, the adhesive to the mating face. Curing starts
when parts are assembled.
Loctite® Primers
Loctite® Primers are used to improve adhesion to difficult-to-bond materials, e.g. polyolefins (PP, PE),
POM. Loctite® Primers can only be used with instant bonding adhesives.
Henkel offers a complete range of activators and primers providing solutions for the following Loctite®
adhesive technologies:
1. Loctite® Activators / Primers for Instant Bonding (Cyanoacrylates)
Loctite® Primers are used for improving adhesion to substrates. They are applied before the adhesive.
For low surface energy plastic substrates, e.g. polyolefin, PP, PE, best adhesion will be achieved with
Loctite® 770 / 7701.
Loctite® Activators are used to increase cure speed. Like the primers, activators are mostly applied
before the adhesive. Heptane based activators have good “on-part life” and provide good aesthetic
appearance of the bondline. They are also suitable for use on plastics which are sensitive to stress
cracking. Activators can also be applied after the adhesive, e.g. for curing residual adhesive. They
provide excellent cosmetic appearance by avoiding white staining of instant adhesives.
2. Loctite® Activators for Modified Acrylics
Loctite® Activators for modified acrylics are needed to initiate the curing process. Usually, the
activator is applied to one part and the modified acrylic to the other part. The curing process starts
when the two parts are assembled. Fixture time is dependent on the adhesive, on the substrate and
on the cleanliness of the surfaces.
3. Loctite® Activators for Threadlocking, Pipe and Thread Sealing, Gasketing, Retaining and
Anaerobic Acrylics
Loctite® Activators for this group of adhesives are used to increase the cure speed of the products.
They are recommended for applications on passive metals such as stainless steel, plated or
passivated surfaces. Activators are available as solvent-based or solvent-free formulations.
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Surface Preparation
Product table
Belt dressing
Rust treatment
Corrosion
Protection
of welding
equipment
Drying (varnish)
Ferrous metals
Solution
Description
Colour
Service temperature range
Pack sizes
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Aerodag®
Ceramishield
Loctite®
8005
Loctite®
7500
Loctite®
7800
Ceramic, silicone-free
protective coating
Liquid spray
Rust treatment
Zinc spray
White
Clear yellow
Matt black
Grey
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
-50 to +550°C
400ml aerosol
Not available in the U.K.
1lt can
Not available in the U.K.
Aerodag® Ceramishield
• Prevents adhesion of
welding spatter
• Provides long-term
protection to welding
equipment and ensures
reliable, uninterrupted
processes
• Excellent adhesion to
the surface
• Eliminates the need for
cleaning processes
Loctite® 8005
Belt dressing
• Prevents slippage
• Increases friction for all
types of belts
• Extends belt life
Loctite® 7500
Rust treatment
• Converts existing rust
into a stable base
• Protects surfaces from
corrosion
• Cured product acts
as a primer ready for
painting
• For metal pipes, valves,
fittings, storage tanks,
fences, guard rails,
conveyors, construction
and agricultural
equipment
Loctite® 7800
Zinc spray
• Excellent cathodic
corrosion protection on
ferrous metals
• Restores protection to
galvanised parts
• Typical applications:
Touching-up of metal
parts after welding,
long term protection of
metal assemblies
PreTreatment
protection
Leak detector
Tamper proofing
Tape
Non-drying
General purpose
General industry
Electronic industry
Loctite®
7803
Loctite®
7100
Loctite®
7414
Loctite®
7400
Loctite®
5080
Metal protection coating
Detection of micro and
larger leaks
Detect movements of
parts
Detect movements of
parts
Fabric reinforced tape
White
Colourless
Blue
Red
Metallic grey
-30 to +60°C
+10 to +50°C
-35 to +145°C
-35 to +145°C
Up to +70°C
Not available in the U.K.
Not available in the U.K.
50ml
20ml, 500ml
Not available in the U.K.
Loctite® 7803
Metal protection
coating spray
• Non-drying, tack-free
coating
• Provides long-term
corrosion protection
• For iron, steel, sheet
steel, pipes, moulds,
machines and
installations that have
to be stored outdoors
Loctite® 7100
Leak Detector
• Produces bubbles at
areas where a leak is
present
• Non-toxic
• Non-flammable
• For use with all gases
and gas mixtures
except pure oxygen.
Use also for iron,
copper and plastic
piping
Loctite® 7414
Tamper Proofing
• Visually detect
movement of adjusted
parts
• Use for fittings, studs,
nuts, etc.
• Good adhesion to
metals
• Non-corrosive
• Also for outdoor
applications
Loctite® 7400
Tamper Proofing
• Visually detect
movement of adjusted
parts, mark adjustment
points, or mark
components that have
been set or tested
• Use for electronic
equipment
• Good adhesion to
a wide range of
substrates
Loctite® 5080
Fix & Repair Tape
• Pressure resistance up
to 4 bar (pipe leakage)
• The tape is easy to tear
by hand
• For repairing,
reinforcing, fixing,
sealing and protecting
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Surface Preparation
Product table
What is your application?
Instant bonding
What do you want to do?
Improve adhesion
General purpose
General purpose
Loctite®
7239
Loctite®
770 / 7701*
Loctite®
7458
Loctite®
7455
Primer
Primer
Activator
Activator
Colour
Colourless
Colourless
Colourless
Colourless
Solvent
Heptane
Heptane
Heptane
Heptane
Pre-applied
Pre-applied
Pre- or post-applied
Post-applied
Not available in the U.K.
10g, 300g, 16oz
500ml
25ml, 150ml, 500ml, 20lt
Loctite® 7239
Plastic Primer
• General purpose
• Suitable for use on all
industrial plastics
• Improves the adhesion
of instant adhesives on
polyolefins and other
low surface energy
plastics
Loctite® 770
Loctite® 7701*
Polyolefin Primer
• Only for difficult-tobond plastics
• Provides (best)
adhesion of instant
adhesives to polyolefins
and other low surface
energy plastics
Loctite® 7458
• General purpose
• For all substrates
• Good on-part life – can
be pre- or post-applied
• Low odour
• Minimises post-cure
white discolouring
• Provides good aesthetic
appearance of the
bondline
Solution
Description
Application method
Pack sizes
* For medical applications
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Accelerate
Loctite® 7455
• General purpose
• For all substrates
• Fast fixturing between
close-fitting parts
• For post-application
PreTreatment
Modified acrylics
(329, 3298, 330,
3342)
Threadlocking, pipe and thread sealing,
gasketing, retaining and anaerobic acrylics
What activator is preferred?
Best cosmetic
appearance
Ideal for stress
cracking sensitive
plastics
Solvent-based
Solvent-based
Solvent-free
Loctite®
7452
Loctite®
7457
Loctite®
7386
Loctite®
7471 / 7649
Loctite®
7240
Activator
Activator
Activator
Activator
Activator
Transparent, light amber
Colourless
Transparent, yellow
Transparent, green
Blue-green, blue
Acetone
Heptane
Heptane
Acetone
Solvent-free
Post-applied
Pre- or post-applied
Pre-applied
Pre-applied
Pre-applied
500ml
150ml, 500ml
150ml, 500ml
90ml
Loctite® 7452
• Cures excess adhesive
• Provides excellent
cosmetic appearance
avoiding white
discolouring of instant
adhesive
• Not recommended
on stress cracking
sensitive plastics
Loctite® 7457
• Good on-part life – can
be pre- or post-applied
• Recommended for
use on stress cracking
sensitive plastics
500ml
Loctite® 7386
• Initiate the cure of
modified acrylic
adhesives
• Fixture time and
cure speed depend
on adhesive, bonded
substrate and surface
cleanliness
Loctite® 7471
Loctite® 7649
• Speed up cure on
passive and inactive
surfaces
• For large bond gaps
• On-part life of:
Loctite® 7649:
≤ 30 days,
Loctite® 7471:
≤ 7 days
Loctite® 7240
• Increases cure speed
on passive and inactive
surfaces
• For large bond gaps
• For low (< 5°C)
temperature curing
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Pre-Treatment and Coatings
Corrosion Protection
Why use Bonderite or Aquence surface treatment solutions?
The Bonderite and Aquence product ranges are innovative corrosion protection products for metal pre-treatment
prior to painting.
Technology features:
New-generation Bonderite solutions solve your specific metal pre-treatment demands beyond your expectations.
• Reliable, high quality
• Broad operation window
• Few process steps
• Short process times
• Low maintenance
Aquence is unique: The only organic coating solution able to provide outstanding steel corrosion protection on
sharp metal edges and inside tubes or box sections. Unlike electrocoating and powder coating, Aquence has no
throwing power limitations.
• Coats fully assembled parts
• Parts protected internally and externally
• No electrical contacts required
• No special rack stripping required
Process cost reduction:
By using Bonderite or Aquence, you will generate significant process cost savings coming from both low
investment costs (shorter processes than conventional processes) and low running costs (reduced energy,
manpower, maintenance, waste disposal, water consumption). Capitalising on recognised values such as
reliability and high quality standards, our know-how will help you to optimise your individual metal pre-treatment
processes. We will support you in utilising the advantages of the Bonderite and Aquence solutions and integrating
them into your own production facility. These solutions are supported by advanced equipment technologies.
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Service:
Design:
Profit from Henkel’s market expertise and technical support, allowing
you to capitalise on complete solutions going beyond the mere supply
of chemicals for the pre-treatment process. Henkel laboratories
perform analytical services or corrosion tests to guarantee that your
process always meets the highest quality standards. In case you need
personal assistance contact technical support.
We share our long experience with you whenever processes have to
be re-engineered, optimised or adapted to new materials, machine
equipment, specifications or legislations. Our R&D is continuously
working to develop leading edge technologies that bring the efficiency
and profitability of our metal pre-treatment processes to a superior
level.
Benefits:
Minimum ecological impact:
• External communication and control
• In-depth knowledge of your process parameters
• Assurance of consistently high quality
• Detailed documentation with regard to standards and obligations
All our products are solvent-free, water-based and free of regulated
heavy metals. Gas and electricity resources are conserved since less
equipment is needed and bath and oven-curing temperatures are
lower.
PreTreatment
Coating
PVDC coating
Epoxy-acrylic coating
Solution
Aquence
866
Aquence
930
Application
Dip
Dip
Appearance
Black
Black
Temperature
+20°C
+20°C
Aquence 866
• Outstanding barrier properties
• Low temperature curing (+90°C)
• Flexible coating with high impact resistance
• Water-based
Aquence 930
• Tough and chemical-resistant
• Energy-efficient process
• Water-based, hard coating
• Heat stability
Process Management Systems
Henkel can provide you with a customised multi-channel process control system for exact dosing of surface treatment products:
• Fully automated handling of different chemical measurements and dosage
• One computer to control all the data
• Send all data for the documentation to the Lineguard WatchDog (internet-based database)
For more information please contact your local sales engineer.
Data flow
Multi-channel process control
Lineguard
Supervisor
Dosage systems
Lineguard
LiquidDos
Lineguard
97
Lineguard
PowderDos
Control flow
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Metal Pre-Treatment
Product table
Multi-metal phospating
Zinc phosphate
Manganese
phosphate
Cleaner-coater
Solution
Granodine
958
Bonderite
MN 117
Bonderite
CC
Application
Dip
Dip
Spray / dip
Appearance
Clear liquid, green
Clear liquid, green
Colourless with golden
shades
Concentration
40 g/l
152 g/l
5 – 25 g/l
Temperature
+48 to +55°C
+75 to +85°C
+20 to +55°C
Granodine 958
• Generates a fine
crystalline coating as
excellent foundation
for subsequent paint
coatings
• Provides excellent
adhesion and corrosion
resistance properties
• Robust process
• Suitable for multimetals and automatic
control
Tricationic
zinc-phosphate process
Bonderite MN 117
• Black manganese
phosphate layers on
iron and steel
• Reduces the frictional
resistance and shortens
the running-in period of
machine parts
• Low temperature
application
• Combined with
anticorrosion oils and
waxes the decorative
phosphate layers
provide excellent
corrosion protection
Manganese phosphate
conversion coating,
nickel-free
Bonderite CC
• Cleaner / Coater
process, substitutes
iron phosphating
• Good compatibility
with powder and liquid
paints
• Simple, robust, short
process
• Free of toxic, regulated
heavy metals
Zirconium-based
chemical conversion for
steel, galvanised steel
and aluminium
For traditional processes and special applications, please
contact our sales staff or our technical service people.
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PreTreatment
Metal Pre-Treatment
Nano-ceramic coatings
Light metal conversion coating
Standard lines
High performance
Anodising
Bonderite
NT-1
TecTalis
1200/1800
Alodine
4850-2
Alodine
4830/4831
Almeco Seal
Duo Pro
Spray / dip
Spray / dip
Spray / dip
Spray / dip
Spray / dip
Colourless with golden
shades
Colourless with golden
shades
Liquid, translucent,
light yellow
Clear liquid, slightly
yellowish
Colourless, clear liquid
10 - 50 g/l
30 g/l
5 – 10 g/l
5 – 15 g/l
1 – 3 g/l
+20 to +40°C
+20 to +40°C
+20 to +40°C
+20 to +40°C
> +96°C
Bonderite NT-1
• Substitute for iron
phosphating
• Free of phosphates,
COD, BOD and toxic
regulated heavy metals
• Low temperature
application
• Good compatibility
with powder and liquid
paints
Phosphate-free
conversion coating for
steel, zinc and aluminium
surfaces
TecTalis 1200/1800
• Substitute for zinc
phosphating
• Free of phosphates,
COD, BOD and toxic
regulated heavy metals
• Low temperature
application
Phosphate-free
conversion treatment for
steel, galvanised steel
and aluminium
Alodine 4850-2
• Excellent corrosion
resistance and
adhesion properties
for subsequent paint
coatings
• Low temperature
application
• Qualicoat approval
Chrome-free conversion
of light metals and postpassivation of phosphate
layers
Alodine 4830/4831
• Excellent corrosion
resistance and
adhesion properties
for subsequent paint
coatings
• Generates colourless
conversion coating
layers on aluminium
and its alloys
• Low temperature
application
Chrome-free
2-component liquid
passivation for aluminium
Almeco Seal Duo Pro
• Exerts a slight buffering
effect
• Produces an
outstanding optical
finish on electrolytically
coloured parts
• Substantially extends
sealing bath life
• Fulfills all required
short-time tests
Prevention of sealing
smut during the hot
water sealing of anodised
aluminium
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Mould Release Agents
Semi-permanent Mould Release Technology
World-standard products for release application
Henkel offers highly effective solutions for tough moulding and application challenges. Customers
around the globe turn to Frekote® not just for our unique mould release products, but also for our
expertise in developing “customised” solutions. We take pride in our knowledge, experience, and
responsiveness in providing the best technical service to our customers around the globe.
The Frekote® line offers the broadest range of semi-permanent release agents, mould sealers
and cleaners in the industry. Frekote® mould release agents, backed by over 50 years of research and
development, are the global industry standard for performance, quality and value. By pioneering release
solutions for many of the world’s largest manufacturing organisations, Henkel understands what it takes
to release the most complex materials in the most demanding applications.
Lowest cost per release – Frekote® semi-permanent release agents minimise fouling and ensure
the highest number of releases possible per application. Our customers realise higher productivity
and profitability through reduced downtime; lower reject rates, and higher quality products. Frekote®
products are the industry standard replacement for sacrificial release agents. Unlike sacrificial waxes
or silicones, Frekote® semi-permanent mould release agents do not transfer to your parts; instead they
chemically bond with the mould surface and they provide multiple releases. The parts release cleanly,
and will not stick to the low energy film. Only one touch-up coat is necessary to refresh the mould after
multiple releases. Frekote® products are designed to save your money.
Henkel has designed mould release agents for virtually all composite, plastic and rubber
moulding operations. From jumbo jets to tennis rackets, truck tyres to O-rings, bathtubs to custom
yachts, we have the release agent to fulfill your requirements.
Markets Served
For an initial market overview
Thermoset Plastics
Advanced Composites Epoxy
Systems
• Renewable energies
Wind rotor blades
GRP Composites Polyester, Vinyl
Ester
• Marine GRP
Boats, yachts, jet-skis, etc.
• Aerospace
Aircraft, helicopters, etc.
• Transportation GRP
Panels, roofs, spoilers, etc.
• Recreational
Bicycles, skis, racquets, etc.
• Construction GRP
Wind rotor blades, cultured
marble sinks and countertops,
bathtubs, etc.
• Special
Racing parts, medicals,
electronics, filament windings,
etc.
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Thermoplastics
Rubbers
Rotational Moulding
• Recreational
Kayaks, pedal boats, etc.
Rubber Industry
• Tyre
Treads / side walls
• Construction
Containers, tanks, chairs,
waste bins, etc.
• Technical rubber
Vibration dampers, roller blade
wheels, footwear, custom
moulding, etc.
PreTreatment
How Frekote® release agents work
Solvent-based semi-permanent Frekote® products are moisture-curing, while the resins used in
the Aqualine range are heat-cured or cured at room temperature. Frekote® release agents can
be wiped on or sprayed on. Cured Frekote® release coatings form a solid, non-greasy, durable
film which withstands the shear forces encountered in moulding and demoulding operations. The
maximum film thickness is 5μm. This prevents mould build-up to minimise costly mould cleaning
while achieving excellent part detail and mould geometry retention. Special Frekote® release
agents are available that allow post-mould painting or bonding without the need for any cleaning
of the released parts.
Cured part
Mould
Frekote molecules
Adhesion
Cohesion
Semi-permanent technology coats the mould with a
low energy film.
Sealing
Frekote® sealers are used prior to application of mould release coats to seal mould micro-porosity
and provide a uniform, stable base coat for the release agent. Sealers also improve the durability
of the Frekote® film, ensuring the maximum number of releases per application. Some release
agents contain a mould sealer, for example the water-based Frekote® Aqualine C-600. Previous
release contamination, e.g. sacrificial or semi-permanent release agents, should be removed
before the sealer coat is applied.
Sealer
Release agent
Sealed mould with
release agent
Sealers seal microporosities to achieve a uniform
release coating
Cleaning
For maximum performance, Frekote® release agents should be applied to a completely cleaned
mould. Therefore, mould cleaning is an important preparatory step to ensure that all cured release
agents and other unwanted contaminants left on the mould are removed. Frekote® water-based
and solvent-based cleaners remove all contaminants from composite and metal moulds.
Part
Mould
Contaminant
Frekote molecules
Adhesion
Cohesion
Unwanted contaminants may impair adhesion of the
Frekote® release agent to the mould.
Frekote® Features – Benefits
• Semi-permanent technology – multiple release performance
• Quick room-temperature cure, heat-accelerated cure – reduces process down time
• Spray on, wipe on – easy to apply with cloth or spray gun
• Low or no transfer – reduces post part cleaning
• 5 μm film ensures low mould build-up – reduces post mould cleaning
• Forms a hard durable and dry thermoset film – extended mould life
• Reduced cleaning and application time – lower cost per part
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Mould Release Agents
Product table
Are you releasing composites or rubber?
Epoxy
High gloss
Matt
Sealer FMS
Sealer CS 122
Fast cure at RT
Post bonding /
painting
Water-based
Wipe-on-leave-on
Solution
Frekote®
770-NC
Frekote®
55-NC
Frekote®
C-600
Frekote®
WOLO
Description
Release agent
Release agent
Release agent
Release agent
Appearance
Clear, liquid
Clear, liquid
White emulsion
Clear, liquid
Application temperature
15 to +60°C
15 to +60°C
20 to +40°C
15 to +45°C
Drying time between coats
5 min. at RT
5 min. at RT
15 min. at RT
5 min. at RT
Cure time after final coat
10 min. at RT
30 min. at RT
40 min. at RT
15 min. at RT
Thermal stability
up to 400°C
up to 400°C
up to 315°C
up to 400°C
Frekote® 770-NC
• Fast RT cure
• High gloss and high slip
• Releases most
polymers
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Frekote® 55-NC
• No mould build-up
• No contaminating
transfer
• High thermal stability
Frekote® Aqualine
C-600
• Fast RT application and
cure
• Large parts
• Non-flammable
Frekote® WOLO
• Easy application
• Multiple releases
• High gloss finish
PreTreatment
Cleaner
Rubber
GRP polyester
Water-based
Plastic &
metal moulds
Sealer RS 100
High gloss
Sealer FMS
Rubber-to-metal
bonding
Highly filled
elastomers
Polishing liquid
Spray-on-leave-on
Water-based
General purpose
Highest slip /
special rubbers
Heavy
contaminations
Frekote®
1-Step
Frekote®
C-400
Frekote®
R-120
Frekote®
R-220
Frekote®
915WB
Release agent
Release agent
Release agent
Release agent
Pre-cleaning
Clear, liquid
White emulsion
White emulsion
White emulsion
Beige, pasty, liquid
15 to +45°C
15 to +40°C
60 to +205°C
60 to +205°C
10 to +40°C
Immediate RT
5 min. at RT
Immediate at 60°C
Immediate at 60°C
5 min. at RT
30 min. at RT
30 min. at RT
10 min. at 90°C
4 min. at 150°C
10 min. at 90°C
4 min. at 150°C
N.A.
up to 400°C
up to 315°C
up to 315°C
up to 315°C
N.A.
Frekote® 1-Step
• Easy to use
• High gloss finish
• Minimal mould build-up
Frekote® Aqualine
C-400
• Water-based system
• Fast RT application and
cure
• High gloss finish
Frekote® Aqualine
R-220
• Fast cure
• High slip
• For difficult-to-release
rubbers
Frekote® 915WB
• Water-based
• Polishing liquid
• Removes cured release
agents
Frekote® Aqualine
R-120
• Fast cure
• General purpose
• Low transfer
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Mould Release Agents
Product list
Product
Frekote®
Chemical
basis
Mould
temperature
Drying time
Cure system between coats at
Cure time after final coat
20°C
60°C
20°C
60°C
100°C
150°C
909WB
Pre-cleaner
Water
10 to 40°C
N.A.
1hr
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
913WB
Post-cleaner
Water
10 to 40°C
N.A.
*
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
915WB
Pre-cleaner
Water
10 to 40°C
N.A.
5 min.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
PMC
Post-cleaner
Solvent
15 to 40°C
N.A.
*
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
B-15
Mould preparation
Solvent
15 to 60°C
Moisture
30 min.
5 min.
24 hr
120 min.
N.A.
N.A.
CS-122
Mould preparation
Solvent
13 to 40°C
Moisture
5 min.
N.A.
2 hr
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CS-123
Mould preparation
Solvent
13 to 40°C
Moisture
5 min.
N.A.
2 hr
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
FMS
Mould preparation
Solvent
15 to 35°C
Moisture
15 min.
N.A.
20 min.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
RS-100
Mould preparation
Water
90 to 200°C
Heat
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
1-Step
FRP polyester parts
Solvent
15 to 40°C
Moisture
*
N.A.
30 min.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
44-NC
Advanced composites
Solvent
20 to 60°C
Moisture
15 min.
5 min.
3 hr
30 min.
15 min.
N.A.
55-NC
Advanced composites,
FRP polyester parts
Solvent
15 to 60°C
Moisture
5 min.
3 min.
30 min.
10 min.
N.A.
N.A.
700-NC
Advanced composites
Solvent
15 to 135°C
Moisture
5 min.
3 min.
20 min.
8 min.
5 min.
N.A.
770-NC
Advanced composites,
FRP polyester parts
Solvent
15 to 60°C
Moisture
5 min.
1 min.
10 min.
5 min.
N.A.
N.A.
Aqualine
C-200
Advanced composites
Water
60 to 205°C
Heat
N.A.
*
N.A.
30 min.
10 min.
4 min.
Aqualine
C-400
Advanced composites
Water
14 to 40°C
2°C, room
temperature
5 min
N.A.
30 min.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
Aqualine
C-600
Advanced composites
Water
20 to 40°C
Evaporation
15 min.
1 min.
40 min.
10 min.
N.A.
N.A.
Release agent
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Description
Mould sealer
Mould cleaner
* immediate
30 min. 12 min.
PreTreatment
Resulting
surface
Type of polymer /
elastomer
Pack sizes
Application
technique
1lt
3.7lt
5lt
10lt
18.7lt
Comments
25lt
208lt 210lt
All
Steel, nickel, stainless
steel
Wipe-on
•
Alkaline foam cleaner, removes cured release
agents and other contamination
All
Esters, epoxies, steel,
nickel, aluminium
Wipe-on
•
Antistatic mould cleaner, prevents dust
re-contamination, removes fingerprints
All
Polyesters, epoxies,
steel, nickel
Wipe-on
•
All
Esters, epoxies, steel,
nickel, aluminium
Wipe-on
•
•
Removes dust, dirt, fingerprints, oil
Matt
Epoxies
Wipe-on
•
•
Seals microporosities, provides uniform release
agent coating
Gloss
Epoxies
Wipe-on
•
Seals microporosities, provides uniform release
agent coating, low odour, thicker coating
High gloss
Epoxies
Wipe-on
•
Seals microporosities, provides uniform release
agent coating, low odour, thicker coating
High gloss
Polyester, vinylester
Wipe-on
•
•
Seals microporosities, provides uniform release
agent coating
All
NR, SBR, HNBR, CR,
EPDM
Spray-on
•
•
Seals microporosities, provides uniform release
agent coating
High gloss
Polyester gel-coats
Spray-on
•
•
•
Spray-on-leave-on, no sealer required, high gloss
gel-coat parts
Matt
Epoxies, PA
Wipe-on,
Spray-on
•
•
• •
No mould-build up, non-contaminating transfer,
minimised cleaning before bonding and painting
Satin matt
Epoxies, polyester
non-gelcoat, PA
Wipe-on,
Spray-on
•
•
• •
No mould-build up, non-contaminating transfer
Gloss
Epoxies
Wipe-on,
Spray-on
•
•
• •
High slip, universal for most composites, also for
polyester resins
High gloss
Epoxies, polyester
resin, PE
Wipe-on,
Spray-on
•
•
• •
High slip, high gloss, fast curing, universal for
most composites
Matt
Epoxies, PA, PP, PE
Spray-on
• •
Low mould build up, non-contaminating transfer
High gloss
Polyester gel-coats,
polyester resin
Wipe-on,
Spray-on
•
Room temperature curing, high gloss gel-coat
parts, 2-component system
Matt
Epoxies
Wipe-on,
Spray-on
• •
Removes cured release agents and other
contamination
•
•
Integrated sealer, room-temperature curing
139
Mould Release Agents
Product list
Product
Frekote®
Chemical
basis
Mould
temperature
Drying time
Cure system between coats at
Cure time after final coat
20°C
60°C
20°C
60°C
100°C
150°C
Aqualine
PUR-100
Polyurethane releasing
Water
60 to 205°C
Heat
N.A.
*
N.A.
30 min.
10 min.
4 min.
Aqualine
R-100
Rubber releasing
Water
60 to 205°C
Heat
N.A.
*
N.A.
30 min.
10 min.
4 min.
Aqualine
R-110
Rubber releasing
Water
60 to 205°C
Heat
N.A.
*
N.A.
30 min.
10 min.
4 min.
Aqualine
R-120
Rubber releasing
Water
60 to 205°C
Heat
N.A.
*
N.A.
30 min.
10 min.
4 min.
Aqualine
R-150
Rubber releasing
Water
60 to 205°C
Heat
N.A.
*
N.A.
30 min.
10 min.
4 min.
Aqualine
R-180
Rubber releasing
Water
60 to 205°C
Heat
N.A.
*
N.A.
30 min.
10 min.
4 min.
Aqualine
R-220
Rubber releasing
Water
60 to 205°C
Heat
N.A.
*
N.A.
30 min.
10 min.
4 min.
Frewax
FRP polyester parts
Solvent
15 to 35°C
Moisture
5 min.
N.A.
10 min.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
FRP-NC
FRP polyester parts
Solvent
15 to 40°C
Moisture
15 min.
N.A.
20 min.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
S-50 E
Special product
Water
100 to 205°C
Heat
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
*
*
WOLO
FRP polyester parts
Solvent
15 to 40°C
Moisture
5 min.
N.A.
15 min.
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
Release agent
140
Description
Mould sealer
Mould cleaner
* immediate
PreTreatment
Resulting
surface
Type of polymer /
elastomer
Pack sizes
Application
technique
1 lt
3.7lt
5lt
10lt
•
18.7lt
Comments
25lt
•
208lt 210lt
•
Matt
Rigid PUR
Spray-on
Matt
NR, SBR, HNBR, CR
Spray-on
•
•
High slip, difficult-to-release rubbers, synthetic
rubbers
Matt
NR, SBR, HNBR
Spray-on
• •
•
Low transfer, low mould build up, standard
rubbers
Matt
NR, SBR, HNBR
Spray-on
• •
•
General purpose, standard rubbers, low mould
build up
Matt
NR, SBR, HNBR, CR
Spray-on
• •
•
Low slip, low mould build up, standard rubbers,
rubber-to-metal
Satin matt
NR, SBR, HNBR, CR,
EPDM
Spray-on
• •
•
High slip, difficult-to-release rubbers
Gloss
NR, SBR, HNBR, CR,
EPDM
Spray-on
•
High gloss
Polyester gel-coats,
polyester resin
Wipe-on
•
•
High gloss
Polyester gel-coats,
polyester resin
Wipe-on
•
•
Matt
Silicone rubber
Spray-on
High gloss
Polyester gel-coats,
polyester resin
Wipe-on
•
•
•
High slip, most difficult-to-release rubbers, for
highly filled elastomers, synthetic rubbers
Easy to use, visible, no sealer required, high gloss
gel-coat parts
•
• •
•
For rigid PUR materials
Low mould build-up, high gloss gel-coat parts
For silicone elastomers
•
Wipe-on-leave-on, no sealer required, high gloss
gel-coat parts
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Equipment
Manual hand-held applicators
Manual hand-held applicators for 1-component cartridges
142
Cartridge size
Technology
Mechanical applicator
Pneumatic applicator
30ml
All, including acrylics and
Light cure adhesives
98815
(IDH 1544934)
see Syringe dispenser page 144
50ml
Elastic adhesives and
96005
sealants, gasketing products (IDH 363544)
300ml
Elastic adhesives and
sealants, gasketing products
300ml,
310ml
Elastic adhesives and
sealants, e.g. silicones,
silane modified polymers
310ml
Very high viscosity elastic
adhesives and sealants, e.g.
Terostat 1K-PU
PowerLine II
(IDH 960304)
310ml
Spraying of Terostat 9320*
or Terostat MS 9302*
Multi-Press
(IDH 142241)
Foilpack
400ml, 570ml
Silane modified polymers,
polyurethanes
Softpress
(IDH 250052)
* Special spray nozzle set IDH 547882
97002
(IDH 88632)
142240
(IDH 142240)
97046
(IDH 1047326)
electrical
Manual hand-held applicators for 2-component cartridges
Cartridge size Mix ratio
Technology
Mechanical applicator
Pneumatic applicator
37ml
50ml
10:1
1:1, 2:1
Epoxies,
polyurethanes,
acrylics and silane
modified polymers
96001
(IDH 267452)
97042
(IDH 476898)
50ml
10:1
Acrylics,
cyanoacrylates
IDH 1034026
97047
(IDH 1493310)
for acrylics only
200ml
1:1, 2:1
Epoxies
96003
(IDH 267453)
983437
(IDH 218315)
400ml,
415ml
1:1, 2:1
Epoxies, acrylics,
silicones and
polyurethanes
983438
(IDH 218312)
983439
(IDH 218311)
4:1
Polyurethanes
+ Conversion Kit 984211 (IDH 478553)
+ Conversion Kit 984210 (IDH 478552)
400ml
1:1
Silane modified
polymers
490ml
10:1
Acrylics
985246
(IDH 478600)
985249
(IDH 470572)
2 x 300ml
1:1
Loctite® 3295
2022315 (88747)
1911001
(IDH 307418)
2 x 310ml
1:1
Teromix 6700
1911001
(IDH 439869)
900ml
2:1
Loctite® Nordbak®
7255*
97048
(IDH 1175530)
IDH 1279011**
* For spray application with Hand-Held Applicator, preheat product to T= 50°C. Use heating box IDH 796993
** Available on request
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Equipment
Manual dispensers
Peristaltic dispensers
Pack size
Technology
Mechanical
50ml
Anaerobic Threadlockers,
Anaerobic Thread Sealants,
Retaining Compounds
98414
(IDH 608966)
250ml
Anaerobic Threadlockers,
Anaerobic Thread Sealants,
Retaining Compounds
97001
(IDH 88631)
All pack sizes
All 1K-technologies*
Electrical
98548
(IDH 769914)
* Anaerobic Threadlockers, Anaerobic Thread Sealants, Anaerobic Gasketing, RTV Gasketing, Retaining Compounds, Cyanoacrylates, Gel-Cyanoacrylates, Acrylics, Light Cure
Adhesives
Syringe dispensers
Pack size
Technology
Mechanical
Pneumatic
10ml or 30ml
All 1K-technologies
See hand-held applicators for 1-component
cartridges, page 142
97006
(IDH 88633)
Product
Description
Accessories – Syringes
Pack size
Item no.
10ml
97207 (IDH 88656)
30ml
97244 (IDH 88677)
10ml
97263 (IDH 218287)
30ml
97264 (IDH 218286)
10ml
97208 (IDH 88657)
Clear Syringe Barrel Kit
Black Syringe Barrel Kit for UV and INDIGO
adhesives
Syringe Airline Adapter
30ml
144
97245 (IDH 88678)
Accessories – Mixers and Nozzles
Pack size
Mix
Technology
Item no.
10ml
10:1
Cyanoacrylates
IDH 1453183
50 ml
1:1
Acrylics
8958231 (IDH 1646836)
50ml
1:1, 2:1
Epoxies, polyurethanes and
984569 (IDH 1487440)
silane modified polymers
50ml
1:1
Acrylics
8958234 (IDH 1646832)
50ml
10:1
Cyanoacrylates
8957509 (IDH 1509102)
50ml
10:1
Acrylics
IDH 1034575
2 x 125ml
1:1
Polyurethanes
IDH 780805
200ml
400ml
1:1
2:1
Epoxies
984570 (IDH 1487439)
400ml
1:1, 2:1, 4:1
Silicones
98457 (IDH 720174)
400ml
1:1
Silane modified polymers
IDH 367545
400ml
415ml
2:1
4:1
Polyurethanes
IDH 639381
490ml
10:1
Acrylics
8953187 (IDH 1104046)
2 x 300ml
1:1
Acrylics
IDH 8958238*
2 x 310ml
1:1
Polyurethanes
IDH 253105
900ml
2:1
Epoxies
IDH 1248606
310ml
Silane modified polymers
IDH 547882
(for spraying)
310ml
Silane modified polymers, polyurethanes
IDH 581582
310ml
1K silicone
IDH 546017**
310ml
Silane modified polymers, polyurethanes
IDH 648894
(triangle nozzle)
Foilpack 400ml,
570ml
Silane modified polymers, polyurethanes
IDH 582416
Product
* Y-adapter Manifold (IDH 270517) can be ordered separately
** Available on request
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Equipment
Semi-automatic dispensing systems
The systems are designed for integration into automated assembly lines and can be externally triggered by a PLC or robot control. They are suitable
for dispensing microdots, dots, drops or beads of low to high viscosity products. Each system is equipped with Controller 97152, Reservoir 97108
accommodating up to 1ltr Loctite® bottles, Footswitch 97201 and Airline Filter / Regulator 97120 for combination with the appropriate valve. The valve is
selected to suit the viscosity of the product and the amount to be dispensed. Please see table below.
Viscosity
Microdot
Dot
Drop
Micro bead
Medium bead
Bead
Low*
IDH 1388647
IDH 1388646
IDH 1388648 (not for UVCA)
IDH 1388647
IDH 1388646
IDH 1388648 (not for UVCA)
Medium**
IDH 1388647
IDH 1388646
IDH 1388648 (not for UVCA)
IDH 1388649 (not for UVCA)
IDH 1388651
IDH 1388651
High***
On Request
On Request
IDH 1388650
* Low viscosity up to 2,500 mPa·s
** Medium viscosity approx. 2,500 – 7,500 mPa·s
*** High viscosity over 7,500 mPa·s
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IDH 1388651
• Includes: 97113 Stationary Applicator
Valve 1/4"
• Suitable for all 1-component technologies
IDH 1388650
• Includes: 97114 Stationary Applicator
Valve 3/8"
• Suitable for all 1-component technologies
IDH 1388647
• Includes: 98009 Light Cure Dispensing Valve
• Suitable for light cure adhesives
IDH 1388648
• Includes: 97135 Diaphragm Valve
• Suitable for all low viscosity methacrylates
and acrylic adhesives
IDH 1388649
• Includes: 97136 Diaphragm Valve
• Suitable for all low to medium viscosity
methacrylates and acrylic adhesives
IDH 1388646
• Includes: 98013 (Cyanoacrylate Dispensing
Valve)
• Suitable for all 1-component technologies
except light cure adhesives
1-component technologies: e.g. methacrylates, acrylics, light cure acrylics and cyanoacrylates. For other technologies please contact us.
Hand-held dispensing systems
The systems are designed for single user manual workstations. They are suitable for dispensing dots, drops or beads of low to medium viscosity products.
The systems comprise an Integrated Controller & Reservoir 97009, Footswitch 97201 and Airline Filter / Regulator 97120 for combination with the
appropriate valve. The valve is selected to suit the viscosity of the product and the amount to be dispensed. Please see table below.
Viscosity
Microdot
Dot
Drop
Micro bead
Medium bead
Bead
Low*
On Request
IDH 1388652
IDH 1388652
Medium**
On Request
IDH 1388653
IDH 1388653
High***
On Request
IDH 1388653
on request
* Low viscosity up to 2,500 mPa·s
** Medium viscosity approx. 2,500 – 7,500 mPa·s
*** High viscosity over 7,500 mPa·s
IDH 1388652
• Includes: 97121 Pinch Valve Applicator
• Suitable for all 1-component adhesive
technologies
IDH 1388653
• Includes: 97130 LV Hand-Held Applicator
• Suitable for all 1-component adhesives
technologies, except light cure adhesives
Customised systems
Henkel offers a wide range of stand alone dispensing equipment and turnkey packages for all adhesive and sealant dispensing needs. Systems range from
bulk sealant dispensing pumps to custom built UV cure systems to fully integrated robot and special machine systems. Henkel engineers can support customers with recommendations and specification for custom built equipment.
Contact the Henkel equipment team on 01442 278100
147
Equipment
Light curing equipment
Four major effects must be taken into consideration when designing a successful light cure application: emission spectrum of the cure system, light
intensity, transmission properties of substrate and required cure characteristics. As a manufacturer of both the chemistry and the curing equipment, Henkel
knows how to match light cure adhesives to the correct dispensing and curing system.
Flood cure systems
Bulb technology
1000 W
Loctite® 97055 / 97056
• Loctite® 97055 (IDH 805741) high intensity light cure chamber system for manual loading
• Loctite® 97056 (IDH 838778) tunnel version designed for integration into automated lines
Three different bulbs are available for appropriate emission spectrums
Bulb
IDH No.
Loctite® 97346
870098
®
Loctite 97347
870097
®
870096
Loctite 97348
UV C
UV A
UV Visible
LED technology
LED
Loctite® 97070 / 97071
• Loctite® 97070 high intensity, cool radiation LED system, designed to emit UV A light
• Loctite® 97071 high intensity, cool radiation LED system, designed to emit UV visible light
Mounting stand or cure chamber available on request.
LED head
IDH No.
UV C
Loctite® 97070
1427234
–
Loctite® 97071
1427233
–
UV A
UV Visible
–
–
Medium intensity
High intensity
Very high intensity
1000 W
148
Energy consumption of bulb
LED
LED system
Emission spectrum contains UV C light
Exposure timer
Emission spectrum contains UV A light
Interface for PLC connection, e.g. external
start
Emission spectrum contains UV Visible
light
Internal intensity monitoring
Spot cure system
Flood cure system
Semi-automatic light curing equipment
Spot cure systems
Bulb technology
Loctite® 97057 (IDH 941764)
High intensity light guide system emitting UV A and UV visible. To be combined with appropriate light
guide.
Loctite® 97323 (IDH 376720): Ø 5 x 1,500 mm, Loctite® 97324 (IDH 298849): Ø 8 x 1,500 mm,
Loctite® 97318 (IDH 951637): 2x Ø 3 x 1,500 mm
Loctite® 97034 (IDH 131219)
High intensity light guide system emitting UV C, UV A and UV visible. To be combined with appropriate
light guide.
Loctite® 97326 (IDH 329278): Ø 5 x 1,500 mm, Loctite® 97327 (IDH 376721): Ø 8 x 1,500 mm,
Loctite® 97328 (IDH 352194): 2x Ø 3 x 1,500 mm
LED technology
LED
Loctite® 97079 (IDH 1473952)
High intensity, long lifetime system designed for curing Loctite® UV adhesives and coatings with UV
light. Modern LED technology provides “cool” radiation at narrow bandwidth within UVA range.
AssureCure technology
The Loctite® AssureCure Monitoring System is designed to detect, measure, analyse, record and
provide a degree of cure metric, relative to the transition of specially formulated adhesives from a
liquid to a solid state, ie the cure.
System Components:
Interface Module with LED light source
Measures, analyses and records multiple optical measurements.
Light source Fibre
Transmits light to adhesive bond line (up to 4 points)
Detector Fibre
Directs adhesive's optical response to Optic Module
Optic Module
Analyses multiple optical measurements.
Optic Processor
Accepts input from multiple optic modules and provides output to PC / PLC.
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Equipment
UV Accessories
For UV
Product
Item no.
IDH no.
Loctite® 98787
1390323
Loctite® 98770
1265282
Loctite® 98002
1406024
Description
The Dosimeter-Radiometer measures light dose (energy)
and light intensity of the UV curing equipment and is a
self-contained one channel device. Loctite® 98787 for UV A
light, Loctite® 98770 for UV Visible light.
The Loctite® Spot Radiometer 7020 is a self-contained,
electro-optic instrument designed to measure and display the
UV power density (irradiance) emitted by a UV light guide. For
light guides Ø 3 mm, Ø 5 mm and Ø 8 mm.
UV protection glasses
®
150
Loctite 8953426
1175127
Loctite® 8953427
1175128
Loctite® 8953426: protection glasses grey, best to use for UV A
and UV C light
Loctite® 8953427: protection glasses orange, best to use for UV
Visible light.
Dispensing needles
Dispensing tips are colour coded to indicate the inner diameter of the needle. All dispensing tips have a helical thread and can be attached to all Loctite®
valves via 97233 (IDH 88672) Luer-Lock® Adapter. All needles below are supplied in a pack if 50.
Needle size
Flexible dispensing tips
Polypropylene (PPF)
15 (= Amber) ID 1.37 mm
97229 (IDH 142640)
16 (= Grey) ID 1.19 mm
Tapered dispensing tips (PPC)
Stainless steel dispensing tips
(SSS)
97225 (IDH 88664)
97221 (IDH 88660)
18 (= Green) ID 0.84 mm
97230 (IDH 142641)
97222 (IDH 88661)
97226 (IDH 88665)
20 (= Pink) ID 0.61 mm
97231 (IDH 142642)
97223 (IDH 88662)
97227 (IDH 88666)
22 (= Blue) ID 0.41 mm
25 (= Red) ID 0.25 mm
Kit containing 2 each of the above
tips
97224 (IDH 88663)
97232 (IDH 142643)
97228 (IDH 88667)
97262 (IDH 218288)
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Index
By product name
Product name
Pack size
Adhesin A 7088
30kg
55
Product name
Pack size
Loctite® 245
50ml, 250ml
12
®
Page
Adhesin J 1626
Not available in the U.K.
55
Loctite 248 Stick
9g, 19g
12
Aerodag® Ceramishield
400ml aerosol
126
Loctite® 262
250ml
12
®
Aquence 866
On request
131
Loctite 268 Stick
19g
12
Aquence 930
On request
131
Loctite® 270
10ml, 50ml, 250ml, 2lt
11
®
Almeco Seal Duo Pro
On request
133
Loctite 2700
50ml, 250ml
11
Alodine 4830 / 4831
On request
133
Loctite® 2701
50ml, 250ml, 2lt
12
®
Alodine 4850
On request
133
Loctite 271
50ml
12
Bonderite CC
On request
132
Loctite® 272
50ml, 250ml
12
®
Bonderite MN 117
On request
132
Loctite 275
250ml, 2lt
12
Bonderite NT-1
On request
133
Loctite® 276
50ml
12
®
50ml, 250ml
12
®
®
Frekote 1-Step
1lt, 5lt, 25lt
137
Loctite 277
®
Frekote 44-NC
1lt, 5lt, 25lt, 208lt
138
Loctite 278
50ml, 250ml
12
Frekote® 55-NC
1lt, 5lt, 25lt, 208lt
136
Loctite® 290
10ml, 50ml, 250ml, 2lt
10
®
Frekote 700-NC
1lt, 5lt, 25lt, 208lt
138
Loctite 3011
Not available in the U.K.
44
Frekote® 770-NC
1lt, 5lt, 25lt, 208lt
136
Loctite® 3038
50ml, 490ml
63
Frekote® 909WB
1lt
138
Loctite® 3081Med
25ml, 1lt
42
Frekote® 913WB
1lt
138
Loctite® 3090
10g, 50g
35
Frekote® 915WB
1lt, 10lt
137
Loctite® 3103
25ml, 1lt
44
Frekote® Aqualine C-200
5lt, 10lt
138
Loctite® 3105
25ml, 1lt
44
®
®
Med
®
Frekote Aqualine C-400
5lt
137
Loctite 3106
25ml, 1lt
44
Frekote® Aqualine C-600
5lt, 10lt, 210lt
136
Loctite® 319
Not available in the U.K.
64
25ml, 1lt
44
®
®
Med
Frekote Aqualine PUR-100 3.7lt, 18.7lt, 208lt
140
Frekote® Aqualine R-100
10lt, 210lt
140
Loctite 322
250ml, 1lt
44
Frekote® Aqualine R-110
5lt, 10lt, 210lt
140
Loctite® 326
50ml, 250ml
63
®
Loctite 3211
®
®
Frekote Aqualine R-120
5lt, 10lt, 210lt
137
Loctite 329
315ml, 1lt, 5lt,
64
Frekote® Aqualine R-150
5lt, 10lt, 210lt
140
Loctite® 3295
50ml, 600ml
63
Loctite 3298
300ml
63
Loctite® 330
50ml kit, 50ml tube, 315ml, 5lt,
200lt
62
25ml
44
®
Frekote Aqualine R-180
5lt, 10lt, 210lt
140
Frekote® Aqualine R-220
5lt, 16.7lt, 208lt
137
Frekote® B-15
1lt, 5lt
138
Frekote® CS-122
5lt
138
®
®
Loctite® 3301Med
®
Med
Frekote CS-123
5lt
138
Loctite 3311
25ml, 1lt
44
Frekote® FMS
1lt, 5lt
138
Loctite® 3321Med
25 l, 1lt
44
1lt
44
®
®
Med
Frekote Frewax
1lt, 5lt
140
Frekote® FRP-NC
1lt, 5lt, 25lt
140
Loctite 3342
300ml
62
Frekote® PMC
1lt, 5lt
138
Loctite® 3345Med
Not available in the U.K.
44
®
Loctite 3341
®
®
Med
Frekote RS-100
1lt, 5lt
138
Loctite 3381
25ml, 1lt
44
Frekote® S-50 E
5lt, 10lt
140
Loctite® 3463
114g
92
Frekote® WOLO
1lt, 5lt, 25lt
136
Loctite® Hysol® 3471 A&B
500g tub kit
92
Granodine 958
On request
132
Loctite® Hysol® 3472 A&B
500g tub kit
93
®
®
®
Loctite 121078
250ml, 1lt , 2lt
30
Loctite Hysol 3473 A&B
500g tub kit
93
Loctite® 128068
300ml, 850ml
24
Loctite® Hysol® 3474 A&B
Not available in the U.K.
93
®
®
®
Loctite 221
250ml
12
Loctite Hysol 3475 A&B
500g tub kit
93
Loctite® 222
10ml, 50ml, 250ml
10
Loctite® Hysol® 3478 A&B
453g
92
Loctite® 2400
50ml, 250ml
11
Loctite® Hysol® 3479 A&B
500g tub kit
93
Loctite® 241
250ml
12
Loctite 3491
25ml, 1lt
42
Loctite® 242
250ml
12
Loctite® 3494
25ml, 1lt
42
50ml, 250ml
44
®
152
Page
Loctite 243
10ml, 50ml, 250ml, 2lt
11
®
®
Loctite 350
Product name
Pack size
Loctite® 3504
50ml, 250ml
®
Page
Product name
Pack size
64
Loctite® 5088
Not available in the U.K.
46
®
Page
Loctite 352
50ml, 250ml
44
Loctite 5091
300ml
43
Loctite® 3525
25ml, 1lt
43
Loctite® 510
50ml, 160ml, 250ml
23
®
Med
Loctite 3555
25ml, 1lt
43
Loctite 511
50ml, 250ml
18
Loctite® 3556Med
25ml, 1lt
46
Loctite® 5145
40ml
73
Loctite 515
50ml tube, 300ml cartridge
24
Loctite® 518
50ml, 65ml, 300ml cartridge,
850ml
22
Loctite® 5188
50ml, 300ml, 850ml, 2lt
22
®
Loctite 366
250ml
64
Loctite® 382
20g kit, 500g, 2kg
36
Loctite® 3921Med
25ml, 1lt
46
Loctite® 3922Med
25ml, 1lt
42
®
®
®
®
Loctite 3924 AC
Not available in the U.K.
46
Loctite 5203
300ml
24
Loctite® 3926Med
25ml, 1lt
43
Loctite® 5205
50ml, 300ml, 850ml
24
250ml
24
®
Med
Loctite 3936
®
25ml, 1lt
46
®
Loctite 5208
®
Med
Loctite 3972
Not available in the U.K.
46
Loctite 5248
Not available in the U.K.
46
Loctite® 401
3g, 20g, 50g, 500g
35
Loctite® 5331
100ml
16
Loctite® 4011Med
20g, 454g
36
Loctite® 5366
310ml
73
Loctite® 4014Med
20g
36
Loctite® 5367
310ml
74
®
®
Loctite 403
20g, 50g, 500g
36
Loctite 5368
310ml
74
Loctite® 4031Med
454g
38
Loctite® 5398
310ml
74
®
®
Loctite 406
20g, 50g, 500g, 2kg
34
Loctite 5399
310ml
73
Loctite® 4061Med
20g, 454g
38
Loctite® 5400
50ml, 250ml
17
®
®
Loctite 4062
20g, 50g, 500g
38
Loctite 5404
300ml
74
Loctite® 407
50g
36
Loctite® 542
10ml, 50ml, 250ml
16
®
250ml
18
®
®
Loctite 408
20g, 500g
®
36
Loctite 549
Loctite 409
20g
36
Loctite 55
50m, 150m cord
16
Loctite® 410
20g
36
Loctite® 5607 A&B
400ml, 17lt
72
®
®
Loctite 414
20g
36
Loctite 561 Stick
19g stick
18
Loctite® 415
20g, 50g, 500g
36
Loctite® 5610
400ml
74
®
®
Loctite 416
20g, 50g, 500g
36
Loctite 5612 A&B
400ml, 17lt
72
Loctite® 420
20g, 500g, 2kg
36
Loctite® 5615 A&B
400ml, 17lt
72
®
®
Loctite 4204
20g, 500g
38
Loctite 5616
Not available in the U.K.
74
Loctite® 422
20g, 50g, 500g
36
Loctite® 567
50ml, 250ml
18
Loctite® 424
20g, 500g
36
Loctite® 5699
80ml, 300ml, 20lt
23
Loctite® 4304Med
28g, 1lb
43
Loctite® 570
Not available in the U.K.
18
®
50ml, 250ml
18
®
®
Med
Loctite 4305
®
28g, 454g
46
Loctite 572
Loctite 431
20g, 500g
35
Loctite 573
250ml
24
Loctite® 435
20g, 500g
34
Loctite® 574
50ml, 160ml cartridge, 250ml, 2lt
22
®
®
Loctite 438
20g, 500g
36
Loctite 577
50ml, 250ml, 2lt
17
Loctite® 454
10g, 20g, 300g
35
Loctite® 5772
50ml
18
®
®
Loctite 460
20g, 50g, 500g
35
Loctite 5776
50ml, 250ml
17
Loctite® 4601Med
20g
38
Loctite® 5800
50ml, 300ml cartridge
23
®
®
Loctite 480
20g
34
Loctite 582
Not available in the U.K.
18
Loctite® 4850
20g, 500g
34
Loctite® 586
Not available in the U.K.
17
®
®
Loctite 4860
20g, 500g
38
Loctite 5900
50ml, 300ml, 20lt
24
Loctite® 493
50g, 500g
36
Loctite® 5910
300ml cartridge, 80ml tube
24
®
80ml tube, 300ml cartridge, 20lt
24
®
®
Loctite 495
®
20g, 50g, 100g, 500g
36
Loctite 5920
Loctite 496
20g, 50g, 100g, 500g
36
Loctite 5926
40ml tube
23
Loctite® 5080
Not available in the U.K.
127
Loctite® 5940
100ml
74
®
Loctite 5083
10.8oz, 18kg
46
®
Loctite 5970
300ml cartridge, 20lt
23, 73
153
Index
By product name
Product name
Pack size
Page
Loctite® 5980
200ml rocep can
24, 74
®
Loctite 601
250ml
30
Loctite® 603
10ml, 50ml, 250ml, 1lt
29
®
Pack size
Page
Loctite® 7855
400ml bottle, 1.75lt pump
dispenser
105
Loctite® 7860
5lt, 20lt
107
®
Loctite 620
250ml
28
Loctite 7861
5lt, 20lt
107
Loctite® 6300
50ml, 250ml
29
Loctite® 7862
5lt, 20lt
107
®
®
Loctite 638
3ml, 50ml, 250ml, 2lt
29
Loctite 8001
400ml aerosol
118
Loctite® 640
250ml
29
Loctite® 8005
Not available in the U.K.
126
Loctite 641
10ml, 50ml, 250ml
28
Loctite® 648
50ml, 250ml, 2lt
29
Loctite® 8007/8008/8065
C5-A®
400ml aerosol, 454g brush top,
20g stick
117
Loctite® 649
250ml
30
Loctite® 8009
454g brush top
116
Loctite® 660
50ml
28
Loctite® 8011
400ml aerosol
118
®
454g brush top
117
®
®
®
Loctite 661
®
250ml
30
Loctite 8012
Loctite 662
Not available in the U.K.
30
Loctite 8013
454g brush top
116
Loctite® 675
250ml, 2lt
30
Loctite® 8014
907g can
117
®
®
Loctite 7010
5lt, 20lt
106
Loctite 8021
400ml aerosol
119
Loctite® 7012
5lt, 20lt
106
Loctite® 8023
454g brush top
116
Loctite® 7013
5lt, 20lt
106
Loctite® 8030
250ml bottle
119
Loctite® 7014
5lt, 20lt
107
Loctite® 8031
400ml aerosol
119
®
®
Loctite 7018
5lt, 20lt
107
Loctite 8035
5lt / 20lt bucket
119
Loctite® 7039
400ml aerosol
105
Loctite® 8040
400ml aerosol
119
Loctite 8101
400ml aerosol
121
Loctite® 8102
400g cartridge, 1lt can
121
®
400g cartridge, 1lt can
121
®
®
Loctite 7061
Loctite® 7063
®
400ml aerosol
400ml aerosol/pump spray,
10lt can, 200lt
104
104
®
Loctite 8103
Loctite 7066
Not available in the U.K.
104
Loctite 8104
75ml tube, 1lt can
121
Loctite® 7070
400ml aerosol/ pump, 10lt
104
Loctite® 8105
400ml cartridge, 1lt can
120
®
®
Loctite 7091
Not available in the U.K.
129
Loctite 8106
400ml cartridge, 1lt can
120
Loctite® 7100
Not available in the U.K.
127
Loctite® 8150
500g
117
Loctite® 7200
400ml aerosol
105
Loctite® 8151 aerosol
400ml aerosol
117
Loctite® 7239
Not available in the U.K.
128
Loctite® 8154
400ml aerosol
117
®
®
Loctite 7240
90ml
129
Loctite 8191
400ml aerosol
118
Loctite® 7386
500ml
129
Loctite® 8192
400ml aerosol
118
®
®
Loctite 7388
Not available in the U.K.
129
Loctite 8201
400ml aerosol
119
Loctite® 7400
20ml, 500ml
127
Loctite® Dubble Bubble
3g
60
®
320ml, 5lt
64
®
®
Loctite 7414
®
50ml
127
Loctite F245
Loctite 7452
500ml
129
Loctite F246
50ml kit, 320ml, 5lt
62
Loctite® 7455
25ml, 150ml, 500ml, 20lt
128
Loctite® Hysol® 3421
50ml, 200ml, 1kg
60
®
®
®
Loctite 7457
150ml, 500ml
129
Loctite Hysol 3423 A&B
50ml, 1kg
58
Loctite® 7458
500ml
128
Loctite® Hysol® 3425
50ml, 200ml
60
Loctite® 7471
150ml, 500ml
129
Loctite® Hysol® 3430 A&B
24ml, 50ml, 200ml, 400ml
58
Loctite® 7500
1lt can
126
Loctite® Hysol® 3450
25ml
60
®
®
®
Loctite 7649
150ml, 500ml
129
Loctite Hysol 3455
Not available in the U.K.
60
Loctite® 770 / 7701
10g, 300g, 16oz
128
Loctite® Hysol® 9450
50ml, 200ml, 1kg
60
Loctite® 7800
Not available in the U.K.
126
Loctite® Hysol® 9461
50ml, 400ml, 1kg, 20kg
60
Loctite® 7803
Not available in the U.K.
127
Loctite® Hysol® 9464
50ml, 400ml, 1kg
60
Loctite® 7840
Loctite® 7850
154
Product name
750ml trigger spray, 5lt can,
20lt drum
400ml bottle, 3lt pump dispenser,
10lt drum
105
105
®
®
50ml, 400ml
59
®
®
Loctite Hysol 9480 A&B
50ml, 400ml
59
Loctite® Hysol® 9483 A&B
50ml, 400ml, 1kg
58
50ml
60
Loctite Hysol 9466 A&B
®
®
Loctite Hysol 9489
Product name
Pack size
Loctite® Hysol® 9492
Page
Product name
Pack size
Page
50ml, 400ml
60
Macroplast UK 8101
Not available in the U.K.
68
Loctite Hysol 9497 A&B
50ml, 400ml
59
Macroplast UK 8103
24kg pail
66
Loctite® Hysol® 9514
300ml, 1kg
59
Macroplast UK 8115-23
Not available in the U.K.
68
Loctite Nordbak 7117
1kg, 6kg
97
Macroplast UK 8126
Not available in the U.K.
68
Loctite® Nordbak® 7204
19kg
98
Macroplast UK 8160
Not available in the U.K.
68
Loctite Nordbak 7218
1kg, 10kg
97
Loctite® Nordbak® 7219
1kg, 10kg
97
Macroplast UK 8180 N
86
Loctite Nordbak 7221
5.4kg
98
Part A: 200kg drum, 1,250kg
container / Part B: 30kg pail,
250kg drum, 1,250kg container
Loctite® Nordbak® 7222
1.3kg
98
Macroplast UK 8202
24kg pail
67
Loctite Nordbak 7226
1kg, 10kg
97
Macroplast UK 8303 B60
Not available in the U.K.
68
Loctite® Nordbak® 7227
1kg
98
Macroplast UK 8306 B60
Not available in the U.K.
68
98
Macroplast UK 8309
30kg pail
68
®
®
®
®
®
®
®
®
®
®
®
®
1kg
®
®
Loctite Nordbak 7229
10kg
98
Macroplast UK 8326 B30
3.6kg combi pack
67
Loctite® Nordbak® 7230
10kg
100
Macroplast UK 8436
Not available in the U.K.
68
Loctite Nordbak 7234
1kg
97
Loctite® Nordbak® 7255
900g, 30kg
96
Macroplast UK 8439-21
Part A:190kg drum /
Part B: 30kg pail, 250kg drum
86
Loctite® Nordbak® 7256
9kg
100
Macroplast UK 8445 B1 W
Not available in the U.K.
68
Loctite® Nordbak® 7257
5.54kg, 25.7kg
100
Macroplast UR 7220
Not available in the U.K.
70
Loctite Nordbak 7228
®
®
®
®
Loctite Nordbak 7266
1kg, 10kg
96
Macroplast UR 7221
30kg jerry can, 200kg drum
66
Loctite® Nordbak® 7277
6.6kg, 23.4kg
96
Macroplast UR 7225
1,000kg container
70
®
Loctite V1305
50ml
64
Macroplast UR 7228
30kg jerry can
66
Loctite® V1315
50ml
64
Macroplast UR 7388
Not available in the U.K.
70
Loctite V5004
50ml, 20lt
63
Macroplast UR 7395 B-21
Not available in the U.K.
70
Macromelt 6208 S
20kg bag
52
Macroplast UR 7396
Not available in the U.K.
70
Macromelt 6238
20kg bag (granules)
50
Multan 21-70
On request
122
Macromelt OM 652
20kg bag
52
Multan 233-1
On request
123
Macromelt OM 657
20kg bag (granules)
50
Multan 46-81
On request
122
Macromelt OM 673
20kg bag
52
Multan 71-2
On request
122
Macromelt OM 678
20kg bag
52
Multan 77-4
On request
123
Macroplast B 2140
Not available in the U.K.
55
Multan F 7161
On request
123
Multan F AFS 105
On request
123
Novastrip 9210
On request
112
P3 Chemacid 3500
On request
111
P3 Croni 810
On request
112
P3 Croni 828
On request
113
P3 Croniclean 300
On request
109
P3 Emulpon 6776
On request
111
P3 Galvaclean 20
On request
110
®
Macroplast CR 3525
Part A: 25kg pail, 180kg drum /
Part B: 30kg pail, 240kg drum
86
Macroplast CR 5103 B4
Part A: 180kg drum /
Part B: 250kg drum
87
Macroplast CR 6127
Part A: 35kg pail /
Part B: 6kg pail, 30kg pail
87
Macroplast EP 3030
Part A: 20kg pail, 230kg drum /
Part B: 20kg pail, 200kg drum
87
Macroplast EP 3032 / 5032 Part A: 25kg, 30kg / Part B: 250kg
60
P3 Gerocor 3
On request
113
Macroplast EP 3250 / 5250 40kg, 300kg
60
P3 Glin Cristal
On request
109
P3 Glin Floor
On request
108
P3 Glin Plus
On request
108
P3 Grato 3000
On request
108
P3 Grato 80
On request
110
Macroplast EP 3299
Part A: 180kg drum /
Part B: 180kg drum
87
Macroplast EP 3430
Part A: 20kg pail /
Part B: 18kg pail
87
Macroplast EP 3640 / 5640 Not available in the U.K.
60
P3 Grato Marine Cleaner
On request
109
Macroplast ESP 4108
7kg
60
P3 Grato Marine Polish
On request
113
Macroplast UK 1351 B25
400ml twin cartridge
67
P3 Grato WP
On request
113
Macroplast UK 1366 B10
415ml twin cartridge
67
P3 Industril FA
On request
110
155
Index
By product name
156
Product name
Pack size
Page
Product name
Pack size
P3 Manuvo
On request
109
P3 Neutracare 3300
On request
111
P3 Prevox 7400
On request
P3 Saxin 5520
P3 Scribex 400
Page
Terostat 8597 HMLC
310ml cartridge, 400ml foil,
570ml foil, set
67
113
Terostat 8599 HMLC
310ml cartridge, set
70
On request
111
Terostat 8630 2C HMLC
310ml cartridge, set
68
On request
109
Terostat 9097 PL HMLC
310ml cartridge, set
70
P3 Ultraperm 091
On request
108
Terostat IX
On request
83
P3 Upon 5800
On request
111
Terostat MS 510
Not available in the U.K.
76
Purmelt ME 4655
16kg
51
Terostat MS 647
Not available in the U.K.
78
Terostat MS 930
310ml, 570ml, 18lt
76
Terostat MS 9302
Not available in the U.K.
78
Purmelt QR 3460
300g cartridge, 2kg candle,
20kg pail, 190kg drum
51
Purmelt QR 4661
2kg candle, 190kg drum
52
Terostat MS 931
Not available in the U.K.
77
Purmelt QR 4663
2kg candle, 190kg drum
51
Terostat MS 935
310ml, 570ml
76
Technomelt PS -M 8783
8kg carton
52
Terostat MS 9360
310ml, 25kg
78
Technomelt Q 3113
25kg bag (granules)
51
Terostat MS 937
310ml, 570ml, 18lt
78
Technomelt Q 3183
25kg bag
52
Terostat MS 9380
310ml, 25kg
77
Technomelt Q 4203
20kg bag
52
Terostat MS 939
310ml, 570ml, 25kg
77
Technomelt Q 4209
25kg bag
52
Terostat MS 939 FR
310ml, 25kg
77
Technomelt Q 5374
ca. 13.5kg carton (cushion)
50
Terostat MS 9399
50ml, 400ml
77
Technomelt Q 8707
ca. 15kg carton (cushion)
50
Terostat VII
On request
82
Turco 6776
On request
112
Technomelt Q 9268H
10kg stick
(11.3 mm diameter)
51
TecTails 1200 / 1800
On request
133
Terokal 2444
340g, 5kg
55
Terokal 5055
250ml
60
Terokal 9225 SF
2 x 25ml twin cartridge
68
Teromix 6700
50ml (2 x 25ml) cartridge,
250ml (2 x 125ml) cartridge,
620ml (2 x 310ml) cartridge
68
Terophon 112 DB
250kg drum
89
Terophon 129
250kg drum
89
Terostat 140
Not available in the U.K.
74
Terostat 2759
On request
83
Terostat 276
On request
82
Terostat 276 Alu
On request
84
Terostat 2761
On request
84
Terostat 2780
On request
84
Terostat 2785
On request
84
Terostat 279
On request
84
Terostat 285
On request
84
Terostat 301
On request
83
Terostat 33
310ml
74
Terostat 3631 FR
On request
84
Terostat 4006
On request
84
Terostat 58
Not available in the U.K.
74
Terostat 63
Not available in the U.K.
74
Terostat 6814
On request
83
Terostat 81
On request
82
Terostat 8596
310ml cartridge, set
70
Henkel – Your Expert for Industrial Adhesives, Sealants
and Surface Treatment Solutions
Equipment
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Manual hand-held applicators
For 1-component cartridges
142
For 2-component cartridges
143
Manual dispensers
Nowadays, if you want to create added value, an excellent product portfolio simply is not good enough. You need
a partner who understands your business and your products, who develops new production techniques, optimises
your processes together with you and designs tailor-made system solutions.
A partner who can make a real contribution to long-lasting value creation for you:
Henkel – the worldwide market leader in adhesives, sealants and surface treatment. Get access to our unique and
comprehensive product portfolio, benefit from our expertise and guarantee your highest process reliability. The
General Industry Business fulfils specific industry and maintenance needs from one source.
Peristaltic dispensers
144
Syringe dispensers
144
Accessories – Syringes
144
Accessories – Mixers and Nozzles
145
Dispensing systems
Semi-automatic dispensing systems
146
Hand-held dispensing systems
147
Customised systems
147
Light curing equipment
Flood cure systems
Bulb technology
148
LED technology
148
Semi-automatic light curing equipment
Spot cure systems
Innovative pretreatment technology
to improve your production process
2
High performance engineering
adhesives and sealants
Advanced flexible bonding and
sealing solutions
Partner
Innovation
• Experienced sales and technical engineers are
available around the clock
• Extensive technical support and certified
testing methods provide the most effective and
reliable solutions
• Advanced training programmes tailored to your
specific needs will help you become the expert
• A strong distribution network puts our complete
product range close to your operation, ensuring
a high level of worldwide product availability
• Identify potential cost savings and process
improvements for your operations
• Advanced solutions to increase your innovation
power
• Set new industry standards for sustainability
and health and safety in your processes
• Create the basis for the development of new
product design opportunities
Bulb technology
149
LED technology
149
AssureCure technology
149
Accessories
For UV
150
Dispensing needles
151
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Product Selector
Henkel Ltd
Wood Lane End
Hemel Hempstead
Hertfordshire HP2 4RQ
Tel: 01442 278100
Fax: 01442 278071
www.loctite.co.uk
The data contained herein are intended as reference only. Please contact Henkel Technical Support Group for assistance and recommendation on specifications for
these products.
® designates a trademark of Henkel AG & Co. KGaA or its affiliates, registered in Germany and elsewhere © Henkel AG & Co. KGaA, 2011
Product Selector Industrial Adhesives, Sealants and Surface Treatment Solutions
Industrial Adhesives, Sealants
and Surface Treatment Solutions
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