12 Years Manufacturer SV-312 Polyurethane Sealant for Windshield Glazing to Libya Factory
Description SV-312 is an isocyanate-free, high modulus,non conductive, thixotropic, single component modified polyurethane adhesive, which polymerizes rapidly under the effect of atmospheric moisture. It has been specially designed for bonding of fixed glass in automotive repair. It allows a drive away time of 6 hours in vehicles with or without airbag. *Providing the ambient temperature is at least 23°C and relative humidity 50 %. At lower temperatures and humidities drive away time will be...
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SV-312 is an isocyanate-free, high modulus,non conductive, thixotropic, single component modified polyurethane adhesive, which polymerizes rapidly under the effect of atmospheric moisture. It has been specially designed for bonding of fixed glass in automotive repair.
It allows a drive away time of 6 hours in vehicles with or without airbag.
*Providing the ambient temperature is at least 23°C and relative humidity 50 %.
At lower temperatures and humidities drive away time will be longer.
Where to use
Bonding and sealing for windshield glass, glass fiber reinforced plastic fittings, steel and aluminum board of automobiles.
a. Fast curing under room temperature, no sagging, solvent free
b. High bonding strength,
c. Good chemical and water resistance
d. No conductive
e. Excellent noise, vibration and impaction resistance
f. Automotive OEM quality
Technical data sheet
|Test standard||Test project||Unit||value|
|GB13477||Flow, sagging or vertical flow||mm||0|
|GB13477||surface drying time（25℃，50%R.H.）||min||30|
|GB/T 531.1-2008||Durometer Hardness||Shore A||45|
|GB/T 2793||Non-volatile components||%||≥96|
|GB/T 528||The tensile strength||Mpa||2.5Mpa|
|GB/T 528||Elongation at break||%||≥400%|
|GB/T 528||Tear strength||N/mm||≥5.0|
White, black, grey
300ml plastic cartridges and 600ml in sausage
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