Timco Instant Bond Mitre Kit – Superglue & Activator Spray
- 50g Superglue and 200ml activator spray
- Two part instant adhesive system
- Quick curing and drying
- Instant bonding (10 seconds) for mitre joints and numerous other uses
- Also suitable for MDF, rubber, PVCu, metals etc
Areas For Use
– Multitude of industrial applications: Bonds MDF, wood, chipboard, rubber, plastics, Perspex, uPVC ceramics, aluminium and metals.
– Ideal for all cornice and profile mitres, trims, picture frames, MDF, skirting and architrave joints, worktop end strips, PVCu trims and much more. It is particularly useful for production lines such as electronics assembly and uPVC window trim bonding.
– Ensure surfaces are degreased prior to bonding.
– Do not use on glass
– Do not use in applications involving constant water immersion.
– Do not use on bitumen or tar leaching products.
– Do not use on load bearing applications – Use EVERBUILD ALL PURPOSE WOOD ADHESIVE.
– On wooden/porous surfaces, do not use any other cyanoacrylate except MITRE FAST ADHESIVE. These products are thinner and the soak in will give poor bond strength.
The surfaces to be glued should be clean, dry and free from dust, grease and other contaminants. Materials should be stored in a warm environment prior to bonding to avoid chilling of the glue line, which leads to extended setting times. Where possible, ensure working environment has a relative humidity of 50% +.
– Spray one surface with activator.
– Apply adhesive sparingly to other surface.
– Bring together, position and hold for about 10 seconds.
Specific Data – Mitre Fast Adhesive
Monomeric Ethyl cyanoacrylate
1,100mPas @ 20oC.
Gap Filling Cap.
Up to 0.2mm
1.45 (Cured adhesive)
5.2 @ 1MHZ (cured adhesive)
-20 to +80oc
Specific Data – Mitre Fast Activator
1mps @ 20oC.
Health & Safety
Consult MSDS for full list of hazards.
Store in original unopened containers between 4 and 25oC.
Reseal immediately once used.
Protect activator from sources of ignition.
Twelve months from date of manufacture in original unopened containers, depending on temperature of storage. As low temperature as possible will give maximum shelf life.