DINITROL 500 WINDSCREEN FITTING BONDING ADHESIVE GLUE SEALANT GLASS OEM 310ML 1206101

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The black coloured product is a humidity-curing and one component polyurethane adhesive for the direct-glazing of automotive glasses. The product provides good adhesion on paints with excellent working characteristics. DINITROL 500 is a low odour, high elasticity, solvent and PVC free, OEM approved product with excellent ageing and weather resistance properties.
BENEFITS
DINITROL 500 1K is a humidity-curing and one component polyurethane for the direct-glazing of automotive glasses. The adhesive DINITROL 500 1K includes the following properties:
Good adhesion on paints
Low odour
Excellent working characteristics
Very good standing properties
Short cut-off string
High elasticity
Solvent and PVC free
OEM approved
Ageing and weather resistant
Together with the corresponding pre-treatments as for example primers and/or activators,
DINITROL 500 1K is designed for the use in replacing polyurethane direct-glazed automotive glass parts and other bondings in vehicle manufacturing.
APPLICATION
The application of the DINITROL 500 1K is done by extrusion out of drums, pails, foil wraps and cartridges. The use of this product is suitable only for experienced users. Pre-tests are recommended for special applications.
STORAGE
Storage temperature between 0°C and 35ºC
TECHNICAL PROPERTIES
Chemical base: Polyurethane
Colour: black paste
Cure mechanism: Humidity-curing
Density (DIN 53217-4): approx. 1’200 kg/m³
Non-sag properties: very good
Application temperature: 10°C – 40°C (product)
Skin formation time1: approx. 30 min.
Open time1: approx. 25 min.
Rate of cure: approx. 3 − 4 mm / 24 h
Shore A hardness (DIN 53505): approx. 55
Tensile strength (DIN 53504): approx. 9 MPa
Elongation at break (DIN 53504): approx. 600%
Tear strength (DIN 53515): approx. 10 N/mm
Lab-shear-strength (DIN EN 1465): approx. 7 MPa
G-modulus (DIN 54451): approx. 1.3 MPa
Volume resistivity (DIN 60093): approx. 106 Ωcm
Glass transition temperature: approx. -40°C