Product Description- 1K PUR Adhesive
Supex 1K PUR is a one component ready to use moisture curing polyurethane adhesive with gap filling properties. Supex 1K PUR adhesive is a very fast setting adhesive. Initial handling strength is achieved within 30 minutes.
Supex PUR adhesive is designed to adhere wood, MDF, fiberboard, particleboard, metal, laminates, stone, ceramic, brick, foam, fiberglass, marble, plasterboard, masonry, rubber, some plastics and many other substrates. This adhesive can be used in edge to edge joints, I- beam joints. It is suitable for bonding tropical wood, sandwich panels. Typical applications in window, door, pillar. It gives an exceptionally high mechanical strength. It is specially designed for exterior weather condition. The adhesive bond is resistance to cold and hot weather conditions. 1K PUR gives a clear glue line on drying that can be sanded, painted or stained.
- Easy application, low viscosity
- High bond strength
- Fast Curing
- Water resistant (D4-DIN EN204)
- Can be used on slightly humid surfaces
- Resistant to temperature extremes
- Resistant to moisture and chemicals
Basis : Polyurethane prepolymer
Curing system : Moisture curing
Colour : Light brown
Density : 1,10 g/ml ± 0,05 (ASTM D1875)
Viscosity : 5000-15000 cp cps at 20°C (Spindle No 4, 12 rpm)
Tack-Free time : 5-15 min. (23 °C and 50% R.H.) (ASTM C679)
Consumption : Approx. 150 ml/m2
Compression time : At least 15 min*
Water resistant : Excellent (D4-DIN EN204)
Temperature resistance : -30 °C to +100 °C
Application Temperature : +5 C to +35 C
* Pressing time depends on ambiance conditions (temperature, humidity etc.) and porousity of the surfaces to be bonded.
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Uses of 1K PUR Adhesive
- Fixing and gluing wooden elements to other various porous and non-porous elements as wood, metal, concrete, polystyrene foam etc.
- Furniture and boat production.
- Fixing of raised flooring layings in combination with mechanical fixtures.
- All bonding applications that need a high water resistance.
INSTRUCTIONS- How to use
Do not use at temperatures below +5 °C. The elements to be bonded must be properly clean and free from dust and grease. One of the substrates must be porous to ensure better curing. Moistening the substrates slightly will provide stronger adhesion. Apply the adhesive with a brush as thin film to one or both surfaces and join the parts within 2 minutes (minimum after 2 minutes). Press the elements together at least for 15-20 minutes. Uncured adhesive can be cleaned by acetone.
STORAGE : Being a highly reactive moisture curing system, any water contamination of the container will cause problems. Once opened therefore, the glue should be used up as quickly as possible.
HANDLING: Adhesive is based on diphenyl methane-4, 4-di-isocyanate and is therefore classed as harmful. Wear suitable rubber gloves and eye protective while handling. Keep out of reach of children.
SHELF LIFE: Best before nine months from the date of manufacturing in factory sealed container.
PACKING: 500 g, 30 Kg
Good bonding: The main benefit of PU glue is its ability to bond. In many cases, it bonds so strongly that clamps and fixings won’t be needed. This way you can get on with the job without having to wait for the adhesive to dry.
Long-lasting: In general, polyurethane adhesives are durable and flexible. That means they can withstand more wear and tear and won’t crack. Because of this, the bond they provide lasts much longer than many other types of adhesives.
Setting and curing: There are some adhesives you can’t use in damp conditions as they won’t set. Moisture curing polyurethane glue will actually set and cure faster where moisture is present.
Waterproof: Because PU adhesive is waterproof it can be used for exterior projects. It can be used for items that are completely immersed, its resistance to water is very high. You should check the instructions on the brand, as some are more waterproof than others.
Range of materials: Polyurethane glue bonds to a range of porous and non-porous materials, including wood, concrete, glass, and metal. This gives it a major advantage over many other types of adhesives for numerous applications.
Convenience: Unlike epoxy resin, single component polyurethane glue can be used straight from the container without measuring or mixing. It’s also available in a range of easy-to-use dispensers.
Where is PU adhesive used?
Polyurethane adhesives are used in a wide range of industries, from engineering to boat building. The motor industry commonly uses these adhesives for bonding windscreens and on the interiors of vehicles. Meanwhile, heat, chemical and impact-resistant polyurethanes are useful in many industries, both as sealants and adhesives.
Polyurethane-based glue is widely useful in the construction industry. Because it will bond to a wide variety of materials it’s the perfect choice for many tasks. These include bonding plasterboard to wooden joists and carpentry jobs such as cabinets and staircases.