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Polygrip S 709 Synthetic Rubber Adhesive

Polygrip S 709 Synthetic Rubber Adhesive

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Polygrip S 709 Synthetic Rubber Adhesive:

Polygrip S 709 is multipurpose synthetic rubber base adhesive, popularly known as contact adhesive. It possesses outstanding strength coupled with high peel value that makes it useful specially for automobile industries, shoe manufacturing, leather belting, luggage, furniture and mane other industries where material like metal sheet, bonded permanently with high strength to itself or to each other. Useful in Ducting industry.

Chemical Composition: A blend of synthetic polymers and synthetic resin dissolved intoa suitable combination of organic solvents.

Applications: Polygrip S 709 Synthetic Rubber Adhesive is useful for variety of applications like:

Footwear: Sole to leather bonding

Furniture: Bonding of Foam to Rexin, Metal and Plastics in Furniture

Floor Carpeting: Securing PVC / Jute / Rubber carpets to floor

Air Conditioning: Adhesion of insulation material lining

Automobile: Upholstery fixing, seat making, etc

Luggage: Adhesion of interior fabric lining

Technical Specifications

Appearance: TM-01/PG Brown

Density by Hydrometer g/ml TM-03/PG 0.82  0.84

Packing

1Ltr, 5Ltr, 30 Ltr, 200 Ltr drums.

How to apply

Apply Polygrip S 709 Synthetic Rubber Adhesive on both side the substrates by brush or appropriate machine.A second coat may be required on porous substrates e.g. Leather, which can be given after 5-10 minutes of first coat. Allow a minimum of 20-30 minutes open time. The adhesive after drying exhibit tack. The finger test has proven itself to be a reliable method of judging OPEN TIME, whereas the time only serves as a rough indication, as various may occur depending upon room temperature, ventilation, relative humidity, type of substrates etc. In the finger test, the adhesive must feel dry but still slightly tacky. The substrates bonded after prolonged open time and in absence of tack may results in inferior coalescence & bond strength. After appropriate open time ( which is the span between Drying time & Tack retention time, ) bond both the substrates and give adequate pressure on a pressure device. Even though the instant contact bond strength is sufficient to take care of spring back action between sole & upper, the bond strength builds up further in 24 hrs. to 3 days time.


Precautions 

Ensure good ventilation during use

Highly inflammable and must not be used or exposed near naked flame

Keep tin closed when not in use.