LORD® 403, 406 and 410 acrylic adhesives in combination with LORD Accelerator 19 or 19GB can be used to replace welding, brazing, riveting and other mechanical fastening methods. These adhesives perform particularly well in low-temperature environments and applications that are subject to high impact or high peel loads. LORD 403, 406 and 410 acrylic adhesives provide a range of working times to accommodate a wide variety of process requirements.
LORD 403, 406 and 410 acrylic adhesives, when mixed with LORD Accelerator 19 or 19GB, create adhesive systems that bond a wide variety of prepared or unprepared metals and engineered plastics. These adhesive systems are specifically formulated to provide the highest impact and peel strengths available in a room temperature curing adhesive.
LORD 403, 406 and 410 acrylic adhesives can be mixed with either LORD Accelerator 19 or LORD Accelerator 19GB. LORD Accelerator 19 improves the high temperature resistance of LORD 403, 406 and 410 acrylic adhesives, and is available in off-white or black. LORD Accelerator 19GB allows precise control of the adhesive bondline thickness due to its content of glass beads. LORD Accelerator 19GB is available in off-white, red or grey. For further detailed information, refer to the LORD Accelerator 19 and 19GB data sheet.
Features and Benefits
Versatile–bonds a wide range of unprepared metals with minimal substrate preparation, as well as engineered thermoplastics including XENOY®, polycarbonate, ABS and acrylics
Temperature Resistant– performs at temperatures from -40°F to +300°F (-40°C to +149°C).
Envirnomentally Resistant– resists dilute acids, alkalis, solvents, greases, oils, moisture, salt spray and weathering; provides excellent resistance to indirect UV
Non-Sag–remains in position when applied on vertical or overhead surfaces, allowing for greater process flexibility.
UL Rated–when mixed with LORD Accelerator 19, adhesive system is UL 746C certified.
Surface Preparation–Remove grease, loose contamination or poorly adhering oxides from metal surfaces. Normal amounts of mill oils and drawing compounds usually do not present a problem in adhesion. Most plastics require a simple cleaning before bonding. Some may require abrading for optimum performance.