Permabond a113

Permabond A113 - Anaerobic Threadlocker

Permabond A113 is ideal for use on components that must be disassembled for maintenance. With excellent resistance to vibration, it can be used to replace a wide range of mechanical locking devices. Its excellent chemical resistance makes it suitable for sealing small hydraulic and pneumatic fittings and can dramatically reduce the effects of corrosion.

Permabond A113 - Anaerobic Threadlocker

Designed for locking and sealing metal parts, the Permabond A113 Anaerobic Threadlocker is suitable for joining cylindrical parts and joints where resistance to chemical attacks is required. The high viscosity and thixotropic effect of the material allow for greater tolerances.

Characteristics Permabond A113

  • Excellent resistance to chemical attacks
  • Vibration resistant
  • It can be disassembled with normal tools
  • Provides protection against corrosion
  • WRAS approved for contact with drinking water

Permabond A113 Applications

  • Bond for cylindrical parts and where high-temperature resistance is required
  • Thixotropic effect allows for larger tolerances
  • Ideal for joining metal threads
  • It can also be used to bond a wide variety of materials, such as plastics and composites.

Surface Preparation

  • Although anaerobic adhesives will tolerate a slight degree of surface contamination, the best results are obtained on clean, dry, and grease-free surfaces. The use of a suitable solvent-based cleaner (such as acetone or isopropanol) is recommended.
  • In general, rough surfaces (~ 25μm) give higher bond strengths than polished or ground surfaces.
  • To reduce cure time, especially on inactive surfaces (such as zinc, aluminium, and stainless steel), the use of Permabond A905 or ASC10 can be considered.

Instructions for use

  1. Apply a circumferential bead; preferably the female component.
  2. Assemble by twisting.
  3. For larger components, use thixotropic products to prevent runoff.
  4. Make sure the adhesive does not get into bearings or other solid mechanisms.

 

Resistance Development

Permabond A011 Resistance Development

Cure times are typical at 23 ° C. Copper and its alloys will follow the fastest cure while oxidized or passivated surfaces such as stainless steel will tend toward the slowest curve. Lower temperatures or large gaps will tend to extend the cure time. To reduce cure time the use of Permabond A905, ASC10, or heat can be considered.

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