Fast tack, fast grab, low soak-in spray adhesive specially formulated to bond polyethylene to itself, concrete block, wood, and many hard-to-bond surfaces.
SuperTak® High Performance Aerosol Adhesive may also be used to bond paper, cardboard, fabric, urethane foam, foil, metal, wood, and most plastics to itself and a variety of other substrates. It may be used for both permanent or temporary bonds.
End Markets: Consumer Products; General Industrial; Pulp & Paper; Wood Products
Attaching carpet, door skins, and fabric in van conversions
Bonding swimming pool liners
Bonding various plastics to each other
Forming permanent bonds between porous and nonporous surfaces
Permanently affixing name plates
Related Applications: Foam & Fabric; Glass & Nonporous; Mechanical Contractors
For the strongest, one-surface bond you can get from a Bostik aerosol adhesive, this is the choice.
Controlled lace spray pattern applies itself precisely where you want it without misting or overspray.
High tack strength speeds product assembly.
Adheres to metals and most plastics.
Does not contain ozone depleting chemicals, methylene chloride or chlorofluorocarbons.
Meets or exceeds all Federal and Local VOC limits.
3-way adjustable nozzle.
Base: Synthetic Resin(s) and styrene butadiene copolymer mixture
Solvent system: Aliphatic (hexane), ketone (acetone), and methyl acetate
Solids: 34% ± 1%
Heat Resistance (Maximum Service Temperature of Cured Adhesive):
Constant Exposure: 120°F (49°C)
Intermittent Exposure: 210°F (99°C)
Physical/Chemical Resistance: Good Resistance to Oxidation, Moisture and UV
Approximate Coverage Rate: 161 square feet
1 surface bond: 4-10 minutes
2 surface bonds: 8-15 minutes
Odor: Strong mint-like when wet, none when dry
Clean Up - suitable solvents: Mineral Spirits
Density: 7.360 lb./gal.
Chemistry: Mineral Oil
Bostik adhesives for the Maintenance, Reliability, and Operation (MRO) space are frequently used in applications for display assembly, general industrial assembly, and arts and crafts. These adhesives can be used on a number of different substrates and are available in both hot-melt and aerosol form.