Permabond TA4610 Applications
- Adhesion to a wide variety of substrates and surfaces
- Bond untreated polyolefin surfaces to a wide variety of other substrate materials
- Ideal for bonding polypropylene and polyethylene
- It can also be used to bond a wide variety of other materials such as metals and composites
Permabond TA4610 Features
- Rapid cure
- Full cure at room temperature
- Bonds polyolefins
- No primer required
- Good impact strength
- Good chemical resistance
- No need to flame, corona, or plasma treat surfaces before bonding = cost & process saving
- Easy 1:1 mix ratio – can be manually applied or used with automatic dispensing equipment
- Non-hazardous for transport = easier shipping and storage
- Some strength on PTFE
- Slower curing TA4620 grade available on request.
Permabond TA4610 directions for use video
- Surfaces should be clean, dry and grease-free before applying the adhesive.
- Polyolefin surfaces may have traces of mold release agent present – wipe with isopropanol (IPA) solvent and allow to fully evaporate before bonding.
- If bonding to metal: some metals such as aluminium, copper and its alloys will benefit from light abrasion with emery cloth (or similar) to remove the oxide layer.
Directions for Use
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- Surfaces must be clean, dry and grease-free prior to bonding.
- Apply a thin bead of adhesive pre-mixed through a static mixer nozzle.
- Assemble components and clamp.
- Maintain pressure until handling strength is achieved. The time required will vary according to the joint design and surfaces being bonded.
- Allow 24 hours for adhesive to fully cure.
NB: Adhesive outside of a closed joint (i.e. excess material) will cure more slowly and may feel soft due to air contact. Adhesive inside the joint will cure solid.