TENSOL 12 Acrylic Adhesive, 50ml Bottle/Perspex Bonding Glue Cement
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Thoroughly mix the adhesive by stirring, taking care to entrap as little air in the adhesive as possible. The applications, 1 to 2 weeks should be adequate. To obtain the maximum strength more rapidly the bond can Cover the container and allow the mixed adhesive to stand for 5 minutes to allow the larger air bubbles to ANGLOSOL CEMENT 1200 should not be used for outdoor applications and cannot be used with Perspex ME, Perspex SW or Perspex AG grades.Nor is it recommended for laminating cast acrylic (Perspex) sheets as crazing will eventually occur. Tensol 70 is a two component, acrylic adhesive which hardens at room temperature by the polymerisation
ANGLOSOL CEMENT 1200 is a ready-mixed, colourless, solvent based cement.It consists of acrylic polymer and methyl methacrylate monomer dissolved in solvents. sheet can be used if it is suitably annealed prior to bonding. Tensol 12 must not be used with Perspex ME, shrinks on curing allowance must be made for this when making butt joints and fillet joints. When bonding edge to face the edge should have a 10o chamfer to allow a sufficient quantity of adhesive into the joint. petroleum ether or white spirit then washed with water. Extruded or machined parts should be annealed
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Extraction and ventilation is vital. Tensol releases fumes, dangerous to inhale. The fumes can ignite under the wrong circumstances. For this reason, extraction / ventilation is vital. Wear suitable protective clothing.
Tensol 12 is designed for the bonding of cast acrylic sheet intended for interior use only. Extruded acrylic Do not use adhesive that has been mixed for more than 20 minutes as it will be difficult to use and give The bonds obtained using Tensol 70 are of approximately the same strength as the acrylic sheet. Typical SW or AG grades and is not suitable for laminating sheets. Typical bond strengths are 24 MPa for a cold
They should be left twenty four hours before taking out. This glue is very strong as it 'fuses' both Joints will be set sufficiently to be handled after 3 hours but must not be machined for at least 24 hours Once the adhesive has set the final bond strength can be increased by heat curing the material. This can for 3 to 4 hours at 80oC. Thermoformed, highly stretched components may be heated for 4 to 5 hours at Select an adhesive (Tensol), which joins plastics such as acrylic, together permanently. Tensol is also called ‘dichlormethane methyl methacrylate’ and produces a chemical weld between two surfaces. Tensol is applied to the surfaces to be glued and they are pressed together. The surfaces are clamped for 24 hours.
It is versatile, single part cement suitable for general fabrication work which does not need high bond strength, (usually for internal applications). ANGLOSOL CEMENT 1200 is suitable for joining items made from ‘Diakon’ acrylic polymers as well as cast acrylic (Perspex).only be done at least one hour after the adhesive has set. Non-thermoformed components can be heated assembly. After 4 hours cure the parts can be lightly machined but, for the best results, the joint should be