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betamate 2090 with thatcham approval

Betamate 2090 – Crash Resistant Structural Adhesive

Betamate 2090  is a two component, epoxy adhesive used to increase operation durability, crash performance and body stiffness in vehicles.

Betamate 2090 – Crash Resistant Structural Adhesive

Betamate 2090 is a high performance, structural adhesive with fast green strength.

This adhesive has been developed for applications that require a high glass transition temperature and fast curing. It provides excellent adhesion to steel and pre-treated aluminium.

Thatcham approved product for the automotive industry.

Applications

  • Betamate 2090 is suitable for bus, truck, rail and automotive applications.

Features

  • Excellent adhesion to automotive steels, including coated steels (e-coated or organic coated steel) and pre-treated aluminium.
  • High glass transition temperature
  • Fast curing hand free approx. one hour
  • Helps to increase or restore the stiffness and the crash stability of the entire car body
  • Compatible with other mechanical and thermal joining techniques
  • Thatcham approved

This product is part of the Dupont range

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