Araldite 2042 Rapid Cure Polyurethane adhesive for most plastics

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SKU: AR_2042_050ml
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Product details

  • Type Polyurethane
  • Vendor Araldite
  • SKU AR_2042_050ml

Product Description


Araldite® 2042 A/B polyurethane adhesive is a two-part, rapid-curing system that is specifically formulated for bonding plastics including polycarbonate, ABS, nylon, and 1Metton® with minimal substrate preparation. Araldite® 2042 A/B polyurethane adhesive has also been used successfully for bonding materials with differing CTEs, e.g., nylon to stainless steel. Once cured, it features good environmental stability and impact resistance.

Please Note: These cartridges are designed to work best with a 50ml Dispensing dispenser. We advise you use the correct Dispenser to maximize efficiency and minimize waste. If you do not have one, please check out our Dispensers; all are excellent products and have our seal of approval.

If you prefer not to use a Dispenser, there is an option for a manual hand plunger or a caulking dispenser adapter that you can use for fast small jobs.

Features

  • Rapid Cure
  • High Strength
  • Excellent Flexibility
  • Convenient Mix Ratio
  • Bonds a Wide Variety of Materials
  • Impact Resistant
  • Environmentally Stable

Applications

  • Polycarbonate
  • ABS
  • Nylon
  • Metton
  • Bonding Materials With Differing CTEs, e.g. Nylon to Stainless Steel

Storage

When stored in a dry place in their original sealed containers at a temperature within 36°F to 104°F (+2°C and +40°C) both components of Araldite® 2042 A/B have a 1 year shelf-life from date of shipment. Araldite® 2042 A/B should not be exposed to direct sunlight. The temperature of both components should be above 18°C (65°F) prior to mixing. These products are moisture sensitive and are packaged under a blanket of dry nitrogen. After opening a container, re-blanket with dry nitrogen and then tightly reseal containers.

Additional information is available by consulting the Technical Data Sheet (TDS). Just ask for it!