Reliable Supplier SV-312 Polyurethane Sealant for Windshield Glazing for Toronto 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
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If you want the TDS or MSDS or other details, please contact with our sales person.
Process using uv glue for glass and aluminum
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In 2012, the building was featured on an episode of Ghost Adventures. A gothic stone mansion in the shadow of the Hard Rock Cafe and the Rock and Roll McDonald’s, The Castle/Excalibur building sure looks like it ought to be haunted from the outside. Built in the 1890s, using several pieces of material salvaged from pre-fire buildings, it was originally opened as the site of the Chicago Historical Society, which opened its doors in 1896. Over the year’s it’s also been the site of decidedly un-spooky businesses such as a school of design, the WPA, and the Loyal Order of the Moose.
Here are some of the myths surrounding the buildings supposed curse:
1. The building acted as a morgue after the SS Eastland capsized in the Chicago River: Though the 844 bodies from the disaster were taken to several places, the building in question was definitely not one of them. Most likely, the story spread due to confusion: photos of the bodies being identified at the second regiment armory building are sometimes labelled “courtesy of Chicago Historical Society.” Somewhere along the line, someone probably thought that referred to the location, not the organization that supplied the photo. The second regimental armory is actually now part of Harpo Studios (employees also tell ghost stories about).
2. The bones of Jean LaLime were once housed in The Castle: This story is partially true — bones thought to be that of LaLime, an early settler killed by John Kinzie in what appears to have been a drunken brawl — were accidentally unearthed during construction near the Rush Street bridge and presented as a gift to the historical society (who I’m sure were just thrilled). But there’s one problem: the bones weren’t unearthed until a good 20 years after the Great Chicago Fire, and certainly weren’t destroyed in it – in fact, the historical society still has them. The bones were actually on display in the current building once upon a time; an 1896 article in the Tribune about the opening of the new building describes them as being on view in the south room on the second floor, near a chair George Washington gave his children and a collection of bombs and knives the police rounded up after the Haymarket affair. So that’s one possible explanation, though by that logic Old LaLime would probably be just as likely to be haunting the off-site storage facility where his bones are currently stored.
3. A lot of people have died tragically in the building over the years: Beyond the tales of bodies in the building. Stories about people hanging themselves from the ceiling, children dying elevator shafts and other strange happenings.
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