Good adhesion properties on a wide variety of substrates
- High initial adhesion
- Quick drying
Easy to use
- Ready to use
- Handy can with brush
- Easy to spread
- Cures to transparent
- Resistant to ageing
- Resistant to the effects of water (including seawater), petrol, dilute acids and alkali solutions
NoticeProtect from exposure to direct sunlight and heat. The profile rubber cement should be kept cool and dry and stored at temperatures between +15°C and +25°C
Typical applications are door and window rubbers, seals, insulating mats and linings in cars, caravans and boats, as well as bonding bases and PU foam sheets. Not suitable for laying carpet!Suitable for bonding rubber profiles, solid rubber, cellular rubber, natural rubber, leather, linen, felt, soft foam, rigid PVC, butyl rubber, various plastics to metals (bare, primed, painted), wood, fibre cement boards, veneers, cork, cardboard and paper.
Please note the processing temperature
- Cool adhesive must be tempered (at least 3 days at +25°C to +35°C) and stirred.
- Adhesives and the surfaces to be adhered should not be processed below +18°C
The surfaces of the workpieces to be adhered must be clean, dry and free of dust and grease
Surfaces such as leather and rubber should be carefully roughened.
- Stir well before use and then evenly and thinly apply to the whole of the surfaces to be bonded using a brush.
On absorbent surfaces (e.g. felt), further adhesive should be applied
- As soon as the surfaces are dry but still slightly sticky to the touch (finger test), the parts must be bonded by briefly and firmly pressing them together.
- Once the flash-off time has been exceeded, the joint components with the adhesive can be heated up to +50°C and then pressed together.
- The pressing force depends on the hardness of the material, the press duration is typically 8 – 15 seconds.
Curing time: approx. 48 hours at room temperature