3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Low Odour Acrylic Adhesive DP810 is a two-part - 1:1 mix ratio, toughened structural adhesive.
The DP810 Adhesive has excellent peel strength as well as good impact resistance and durability.
|Work Life||6 - 10 mins|
|Time To Handling Strength||10 mins|
|Full Cure (Days)||1|
MATERIALSIt is able to bond fast to most -
- WoodFEATURES OF THE 3M™ DP810
- Tough, durable bonds
- Low odor acrylic adhesive
- Minimal surface prep
- 10 minute work life
- 20 minute time to handling strength
- 1:1 mix ratio
- Bonds stainless steel
- Excellent shear and peel strengt
HANDLING AND CURING OF THE DP810 ADHESIVE
When using the 50 ml cartridge of DP810:. Place Duo-Pak cartridge in 3M™ EPX™ Applicator. Remove cap. Dispense and discard a small amount of adhesive to assure even ratio and free flow. Clear orifice if necessary. Attach mixing nozzle. Apply adhesive to clean surfaces, join parts, secure until adhesive sets.
HOW DO I EFFECTIVELY PREPARE THE SUBSTRATE I AM USING FOR BONDING USING DP810?
3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Low Odor Acrylic Adhesives can bond oily metal, plastic and other substrates with very little surface preparation. However, for the most consistent results and environmental resistance, all substrates should be clean, dry and free of paint, oxide films, dust, mold release agents and all other surface contaminants.
The following cleaning methods are suggested for common surfaces when using DP810 adhesive -
Steel and Aluminum - 1) Wipe free of dust with oil-free solvent such as acetone or isopropyl alcohol. 2) Sandblast or abrade using clean fine grit abrasives (180 grit or finer). 3) Wipe again with solvent to remove loose particles. 4) If a primer is used, it should be applied within 4 hours after surface preparation (or see instructions pertinent to a specific primer). Note: Aluminum may also be acid etched. Follow the manufacturer’s precautions and directions for this procedure.
Plastic/Rubber - 1) Wipe with isopropyl alcohol.* 2) Abrade using fine grit abrasives (180 grit or finer). 3) Remove residue by wiping again with isopropyl alcohol.*