Axilclad uPVC Cladding Adhesive - 1.3 GALLON BUCKET
Designed for use with uPVC cladding, Axilclad is a two-component adhesive that's easy to use and provides the lasting and trusted results you expect from Chemique's performance-grade adhesives. Axilclad polyurethane adhesives are solvent-free, meeting the exacting industrial standards in a new climate of environmental awareness.
This adhesive was specifically developed for bonding uPVC sheets on site applications. Once mixed the two part adhesive forms a reactive thermosetting polymer with excellent adhesion and good flexibility. This cladding installation adhesive is precision formulated to provide an extremely strong yet flexible bond, allowing for simple application on-site. Axilclad has many varied applications, although the most popular use is for bonding cladding panels & uPVC laminates to internal walls in the cladding industry.
- Chemical Base: Polyurethane
- Viscosity Part A: 250000 - 400000 cps at 68°F Part B: 300 - 600 cps at 68°F
- Solids Content: 100%
- Flammability: Non-flashpoint
- Color Part A: Beige Part B: Dark Brown
- Chemical Resistance: Resistant to water, dilute acids, alkalis and aliphatic oils
- Cure Rate: Approximately 4 - 6 hours at 68°F
- Pot Life: 45 - 60 minutes at 68°F
- Packaging: 14lb kit
- Shelf Life: 9 months in unopened container
Application Temperature 50°F to 86°F Storage Temperature 50°F to 77°F. Lower temperatures can cause permanent damage to product Service Temperature -4°F to 248°F Coverage A 14lb kit will bond 32ft² of uPVC panelling depending on the porosity and uniformity of the base substrate. Only one substrate requires coating with Axilclad, normally the uPVC Bonding Range and Pressure Axilclad is supplied as a pre-weighed kit. The two components are contrasting colors to provide a visual indication of adequate mixing prior to application. The adhesive is conveniently packed with sufficient ullage in the Part A container to mix the whole pack,The Part B is packed in the exact proportion to allow for simple yet accurate mixing.