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Permabond cyanoacrylate adhesives bring a wide variety of performance benefits to the production environment. These benefits include joining dissimilar and hard-to-bond materials, quick curing with very strong adhesion and a wide range of viscosities. Permabond one-part cyanoacrylates are a versatile solution for even the most demanding manufacturing and assembly applications.

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How do Permabond cyanoacrylate adhesives work?
Permabond cyanoacrylate adhesives are one-part adhesives that cure by reacting with minute traces of
moisture on the surface of the material being bonded. Permabond cyanoacrylates cure in seconds at ambien temperatures and have been formulated to bond flexible or rigid surfaces made from a wide range of plastics,
rubbers or metals.

Permabond cyanoacrylates are available in a range of viscosities and material adhesion capabilities. These
adhesives are formulated to bond a variety of porous and non-porous surfaces and to rigid or flexible materials.

Permabond low and medium viscosity cyanoacrylate formulations provide:
• Superior bonding to plastic ,wood and rubber materials
• Excellent bond strength when joining metal to plastic, or rubber to metal
• Inherent corrosion resistance; protects part assembly from degradation

Permabond high viscosity cyanoacrylate adhesives provide:
• Formulations for use in vertical applications,or on porous surfaces
• Gap filling ability up to 0.5mm (.02 in.)
• Fast, 30-second cure time; speeds production rates.
• High-strength adhesion, up to 25MPa; shear strength exceeds that of many substrate materials

Benefits:
• One-part adhesive chemistry speeds application for use in vertical application.
• Join dissimilar materials, such as rubber to metal with no compromise in bond strength.
• Cures in seconds at room temperature; eliminates need for costly jigs or ovens; accelerates assembly rates.
• Gap fill up to 0.5mm (.02 in.)
• Solvent free; non flammable.
• Superior bond strength; often exceeds that of substrate material.
• High-temperature resistance of up to 250°C (480°F)
• Non-blooming, low odour, improves worker comfort
• Impact resistant grades increase durability.

Permabond Primers and Accelerators

• Permabond POP enhances adhesion to polyolefins
• Permabond surface activators pre-treat acidic surfaces to facilitate and speed cure.They can also be used post application to quickly cure any exposed cyanoacrylate to eliminate blooming.

Permabond Cyanoacrylate Adhesives Comparison Chart

Grade Description
Viscosity

MSDS

Description

Viscosity
(mPa.s)

Maximum
Gap Fill
(mm)
Shear
Strength
Steel
(N/mm2)
Handling Times (sec)
Rubber

Handling Times (sec)
Plastic

Handling Times (sec)
Metal

Service Temperature
(°C)
Permabond 101 101 Low viscosity, penetrating grade 1-3 0.05 19-23 2-5 5-10 3-5 -55 to +80
Permabond 102 102 General purpose 70-90 0.15 19-23 5-10 7-10 10-15 -55 to +80
Permabond 105 105 Difficult rubbers (e.g. EPDM) 30-50 0.10 18-22 5-10 5-10 10-15 -55 to +80
Permabond 240 240 High viscosity, slow cure 1500-2500 0.43 21-25 15-20 15-20 15-20 -55 to +80
Permabond 731 731 Flexible, toughened 100-200 0.15 24-30 15-20 30-45 30-50 -55 to +120
Permabond 735 735 Flexible, toughened, black 200-300 0.15 24-30 10-15 10-15 30-50 -55 to +120
Permabond 737 737 Flexible, toughened, black, max. gap fill 2000-4000 0.50 19-23 10-15 10-15 25-30 -55 to +120
Permabond 791 791 Ultra fast cure, wicking type 30-50 0.10 18-22 2-3 2-3 2-3 -55 to +80
Permabond 792 792 Ultra fast cure, general purpose 70-90 0.15 18-22 2-3 2-3 2-3 -55 to +80
Permabond 801 801 High temperature resistance 30-40 0.08 19-23 10-15 10-15 10-15 -55 to +130
Permabond 802 802 High temperature resistance 90-110 0.15 19-23 10-15 10-15 10-15 -55 to +160
Permabond 820 820 High temperature resistance 90-110 0.15 19-23 10-15 10-15 10-15 -55 to +200
Permabond 910 910 Metal bonding 70-90 0.15 23-29 10-15 10-15 10-15 -55 to +90
Permabond 920 920 High temperature resistance 70-90 0.15 19-23 10-15 10-15 15-20 -55 iki +250
Permabond 940 940 Low odour, low bloom 5-10 0.05 16-20 2-5 10-15 10-15 -55 to +80
Permabond 941 941 Low odour, low bloom 20-40 0.08 16-20 2-5 10-15 10-15 -55 to +80
Permabond 943 943 Low odour, low bloom 90-110 0.15 16-20 2-5 5-10 10-15 -55 to +80
Permabond 947 947 Low odour, low bloom 1000-1500 0.25 16-20 2-5 10-15 10-15 -55 to +80
Permabond 2010 2010 Very fast cure, thixotropic 21,000-25,000 0.50 19-23 10-15 10-15 10-15 -55 to +80
Permabond 2011 2011 Non-drip, non sag gel Gel 0.50 20-24 5-10 5-10 5-10 -55 to +80
Permabond 2050 2050 High viscosity, flexible 1000-2000 0.2 16-20 5-10 5-10 10-15 -55 to +80

 

The information given and the recommendations made herein are based on our experience and are believed to be accurate. No guarantee as to, or responsibility for, their accuracy can be given or accepted, however, and no statement herein is to be treated as a representation or warranty. In every case we urge and recommend that purchasers, before using any product, make their own tests to determine, to their own satisfaction, its suitability for their particular purposes under their own operating conditions.

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