Spray contact adhesive BOND 90
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Versatile thanks to good material compatibility and high adhesive force
Enables simple, quick working
No thread tension
No contamination of a workpiece
Very long processing time
Ageing, water and heat-resistant for a permanent bond
Silicone-free, dichloromethane-free and toluene-free
Disposal: Do not disconnect hose from the container unless it is depressurised and emptied, and the container valve is closed. Then fully open the valve and puncture at the specified breaking point using a non-sparking tool. Dispose of in accordance with local regulations.
The usage instructions are recommendations based on the tests we have conducted and our experience; carry out your own tests before each application. Due to the wide range of applications and of storage and usage conditions, we cannot guarantee a specific application result. Insofar as our free customer service provides technical information or acts as an advisory service, no responsibility is assumed by this service except where the advice or information given falls within the scope of our specified, contractually agreed service or the advisor was acting deliberately. We guarantee the consistent quality of our products. We reserve the right to make technical changes and further develop products. Please also refer to the technical data sheet and the instructions for use!
Industrial, high-performance spray contact adhesive specially designed for fast and reliable bonding with a high level of adhesive force and high temperature resistance.
The adhesive is supplied in a convenient, portable, maintenance-free pressure vessel and is particularly suitable for mobile use in the workshop. The spray contact adhesive is used where fast and reliable bonding is required.
The droplet-shaped adhesive is especially suitable for high-gloss HPL, as well as for bonding wood, cork, multiplex, plywood, chipboard and decorative chipboard, wooden panels, MDF, painted steel, foam, concrete, glass, most types of plastics (such as polished GFRP, PMMA, ABS etc.), wall coverings, textiles, etc. Not suitable for polyolefin (e.g. PP, PE…), veneers, rubber and materials that contain softeners (e.g. PVC, bitumen, CV coatings, butyl, synthetic leather,…).
After connecting the hose and the gun to the pressure container, fully open the container tap. Hold the spray gun at a distance of approx. 25 cm above the workpieces to be processed. Now apply the adhesive evenly without pooling. If the application gun is too close to the surface, this may result in uneven formation. If the gun is too far away, this may result in not enough adhesive being applied. Adhesive which is too thin or much too thick can lead to bonding failure.
With highly-absorbent substrates (e.g. absorbent chipboard, OSB panels, etc.), a double adhesive application may be necessary. Apply the adhesive on the second surface at 90° (cross-wise) to the first surface.
For edge bonding, mask other areas and wet the edges with adhesive. The adhesive surface should be 100% covered (approx. 30 g/m² (hard material), about 90 g/m² (wet) per side). If necessary, the adhesive quantity should be adapted accordingly.
The drying time must be at least 5 minutes depending on the ambient temperature. The open time of the adhesive is approx. 2 hours. Using your knuckles, test whether the adhesive still has any thread tension at its thickest point (see note).
Air must have been allowed to escape from the full height of the adhesive application before the components are attached. The subsequent adhesion quality may be impaired if the adhesive is not properly ventilated. Briefly push the components together with a pressure of 2.5 – 3 kg/cm². Sufficient pressing force is essential to ensure positive adhesion. Adhesive not under tension can be processed further immediately.
The hardened adhesive joint must not come into contact with solvents or harsh industrial cleaners. The adhesive is completely cured after 24/48 hours depending on the ambient temperature. Bonds which are under tension should therefore remain held in place overnight!
Using your knuckles, test whether the adhesive still has any thread tension at its thickest point. Testing with fingertips may result in contamination of the adhesive surface from grease, dirt etc.! If adhesive remains on the knuckles, the adhesive is still too wet. If no adhesive remains on the knuckles, the components can be connected. The drying time must be precisely observed, as if the solvent has not been fully vaporised, bubbles may form in the coating material. After the drying time the adhesive remains slightly tacky. This is due to the long open setting of the adhesive!
Styrene-butadiene natural rubber
Min./max. processing temperature
15 to 25 °C
Min./max. temperature resistance
-20 to 95 °C
Weight of content
Shelf life from production
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