LORD 410/19GB (4:1) Acrylic Adhesive w/ Glass Beads

LORD 410/19GB
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LORD® 410/19GB 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.

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.

Typical Properties

Appearance Off-White to Tan Paste
Viscosity, cP @ 77°F (25°C) 100,000 - 350,000
Density, lb/gal (kg/m^3) 9.15-9.65 (1096-1156)
Flash Point, °F (°C) 59 (15)


Typical Properties of Adhesive Mixed w/ Accelerator

Mix Ratio by Weight 3.02:1
Mix Ratio by Volume 4:1
Solids Content, % 100
Working Time, min @ 75°F (24°C) 20-45
Time to Handling Strength, min @ 75°F (24°C) 60-120
Mixed Appearance Tan Paste
Cured Appearance Tan to Green


Typical Cured Properties

Tensile Strength at Break, psi (MPa) 
ASTM D638, modified
4650 (32.1)
Elongation, %
ASTM D638, modified
Young’s Modulus, psi (MPa)
ASTM D638, modified
130,000 (896.3)
Glass Transition Temperature, °F (°C)
ASTM E1640-99, by DMA
162 (72)


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