Permabond CSA NF Activator

Permabond CSA-NF Cyanoacrylate Activator

Permabond CSA-NF is an activator for cyanoacrylate adhesives.



Permabond CSA-NF Cyanoacrylate Activator

Permabond CSA-NF is a non-flammable and non-blooming activator that promotes a fast cure and improves gap filling. The activator also facilitates the bonding of porous surfaces.

Permabond CSA-NF reduces the whitening effect, commonly found with more active cyanoacrylates.


  • Ideally used in conjunction with Permabond cyanoacrylate adhesives
    For pack sizes, please see Additional Information.


  • Non-blooming
  • Non-flammable
  • Improves adhesive gap fill
  • Activates difficult or porous surfaces

Surface Preparation

  • Surfaces should be clean, dry and grease-free before applying Permabond CSA-NF
  • Brush, wipe, dip or spray Permabond CSA-NF onto one component
  • Allow the CSA-NF to dry completely before assembling the joint
  • Permabond cyanoacrylate adhesive is applied to the untreated surface and the two parts should be brought together.
  • If the gap is larger than >0.5mm, the activator may be applied to both surfaces
  • To achieve the maximum bond strength, allow the adhesive to cure for 24 hours at 23°C

You can read more about Surface Preparation here 

This product is part of the Permabond range

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