SikaBond TechGrip High Strenght Multipurpose Polyurethane Adhesive Bottle 500g
SikaBond® -TechGrip is a high strength multipurpose, polyurethane glue that provides a super strong bond to almost any substrate and is ideal for woodworking and project work.
SikaBond® -TechGrip can be used on most substrates due to its excellent adhesion. These include:
- Resistant to solvents and chemicals
- Paintable with water based and solvent based paints
- High adhesion strength
Storage and Shelf Life
Store in a cool, dry place with 25C maximum condition. This material will keep for at least twelve (12) months.
Instructions for Use
Surface Preparation Ensure all surfaces are clean, dry, oil and dust free and that one surface is porous. (SikaBond® -TechGrip works best when both surfaces are porous).
Apply sparingly to one surface and bring surfaces together within 15 minutes. Secure/clamp for 3-4 hours. Wipe excess away with a cloth to limit sanding after cure. Allow 24 hours for full cure. As glue will foam a little while curing, wipe off excess with a cloth to limit sanding and painting. Slightly dampen dry timber surfaces to improve bond and accelerate cure. Cleaning Wipe nozzle and cap of bottle after use and dispose of any unused material in accordance with local authority regulations.
Density 1.11 kg/litre approx.
Bond Strength Tensile Strength - 3030kpa
Test Substrate - Timber: End grain to end grain
Avoid contact with skin and eyes.
Wear protective gloves and eye protection during work.
If skin contact occurs, wash skin thoroughly.
If in eyes, hold eyes open, flood with warm water, seek medical attention without delay.
A full Material Safety Data sheet is available from Sika on request.
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Exceptional adhesiveBy: Bill Purcell on 16 April 2020I am highly impressed by this product. It surpasses its own claims. A mug handle broke off and I applied Techgrip to both ends and held it in place by gravity while it cured. Knowing it's a risky idea having a hot beverage in a repaired mug, I gave the handle a solid tap and it held firm. Since then it has been through the dishwasher at 65 degrees water temperature numerous times with no loss of strength. I have had equally good results with the long list of suitable applications (pretty much everything, with a preference that one side be porous). The application advice that it be used sparingly is worth observing, as is the advisability of removing any excess as soon as practical because there is a small measure of foaming. However, if there is some adhesive outside the join after curing, it can be removed with a razor knife. The shelf life of 12 months is a real limit. My bottle formed a hard thick skin after that time, but I was able to puncture it and still use the liquid product with normal results.
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