LORD® 201 acrylic adhesive when cured with LORD Accelerator 4, 17 or 19 creates an adhesive system that will bond a wide variety of prepared or unprepared metals and plastics. LORD 201 acrylic adhesive in combination with the recommended accelerator replaces welding, brazing, riveting and other mechanical fastening methods.
LORD 201 acrylic adhesive can be cured with either LORD Accelerator 4, LORD Accelerator 17 or LORD Accelerator 19. LORD Accelerator 4 is a no-mix accelerator applied to the substrate before the acrylic adhesive. LORD Accelerators 17 and 19 must be mixed into the acrylic adhesive prior to application. LORD Accelerator 19 is available in off-white or black. For further detailed information on LORD Accelerator 4, LORD Accelerator 17 and LORD Accelerator 19, refer to the applicable data sheet
Features and Benefits
Bonds Unprepared Metals – requires little or no substrate preparation.
Versatile –bonds a wide variety of substrates such as metals, ceramics and plastics; insensitive to minor deviations from correct mix ratio.
Self-Leveling – flows into hard-to-reach places and is excellent for bonding irregular shapes.
Temperature Resistant–performs at temperatures from -40°F to +300°F (-40°C to +149°C).
Environmentally Resistant–resists dilute acids, alkalis, solvents, greases, oils and moisture; provides excellent resistance to indirect UV exposure, salt spray and
UL Rated –when mixed with LORD Accelerator 19, adhesive system is UL 746C certified.