SCIGRIP is a clear, water-thin, fast drying solvent cement. It may be applied by brush, syringe, spray, and most any other method. It forms bonds by the softening and fusion of the two surfaces in contact. Cure is affected by dissipation of the solvent and cures rapidly. Initial bonds take place within a few minutes and is often of sufficient strength to permit handling of the bonded item. Relatively high strength is reached in 24 to 48 hours, and continues to increase for a number of weeks. The joined material will generally have the same rigidity or flexibility and other physical properties as prior to bonding.
SCIGRIP 2354 is recommended for joining ABS, styrene and acrylics to themselves where a water-thin cement is desired. It is suitable and used on both large assemblies and small delicate assemblies. These include a wide variety of items: signs, large displays, lighting fixtures, housewares, electrical assemblies, decorator items and many other fabrications.
SCIGRIP® 2354 is formulated for bonding ABS, styrene (general purpose high impact), acrylics and polycarbonates to themselves. It should not be used for joining dissimilar materials such as: ABS to styrene, ABS to acrylics, ABS to PVC or PVC to styrene.