LORD Signlok 810 (210mL Cartridge) Non-Sag MediumSet 8-12 min MMA adhesive

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SKU: LORD_SIGNLOK_810_210ML_3031523
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LORD Signlok 810 adhesive is a two-component adhesive system designed for bonding metals, such as aluminum, aluminum composite material (ACM), galvanized steel and CRS, and engineered plastics, such as PC-ABS**. LORD Signlok 810 adhesive delivers fast cure speed and strong bonding with minimal bondline read-through (BLRT).

Part Number: Lord Signlok 810 210ml: # 3031523

Low Read-Through Powder Coating*
Glass Beads for Precision Bondline
UV Resistant
Great for bonding:
  • ACM Panel Bonding
  • Thin Gauge Material
  • Bonding
  • Set time is 8-12 min
  • Glossy Material Bonding
  • Flexible Material Bonding

Shelf Life

Shelf life is nine months when stored below 77°F (25°C) in original, unopened container. Storage temperatures of 50-60°F (10-15°C) are recommended. If stored cold, allow product to return to room temperature before using. Protect from exposure to direct sunlight.

LORD Signlok 810 adhesive is flammable. Do not store or use near heat, sparks or open flame.

Features and Benefits

Aesthetics – bonds thin and flexible substrates with little to no bondline read-through.

Convenient – requires little or no substrate preparation for bonding metals and plastics.

Non-Sag – remains in position when applied on vertical or overhead surfaces, allowing for greater process flexibility.

Precise Bondline – allows precise control of the adhesive bondline thickness due to its content of glass beads.

Environmentally Resistant – resists dilute acids, alkalis, solvents, greases, oils and moisture; provides excellent resistance to UV exposure and weathering.

UL Rated – UL 746C certified.

Part A Part B
Appearance: Black Paste Off-white Paste
Viscosity, cP @ 77°F (25°C): 40,000-120,000 200,000-400,000
Density, lb/gal(kg/m3): 7.7-8.0 (920-960) 13.7-14.2 (1640-1700)
Flash Point, °F(°C) 59 (15) >200 (>93)