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Weld Mount AT-2010 Acrylic Adhesive - 10-Pack

Weld Mount AT-2010 Acrylic Adhesive - 10-Pack
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Acrylic Adhesive - 10-Pack
CAN NOT SHIP AIR,UPS GROUND ONLY

AT-2010 is our biggest seller and is a unique adhesive. It has high viscosity and will hold smaller parts without sagging. AT-2010 cures in 5 - 6 minutes, has a 4 minute working time and develops working strength in 15 -20 minutes. This makes AT-2010 the ideal adhesive for applications which require an immediate high strength bond. AT-2010 has a 6 month shelf life when stored at 72 degrees. We recommend that where ever possible this adhesive be refrigerated. Packaged in a 50ml cartridge and can be mixed by hand or by using our AT-300 gun and mixing tips. The 50ml cartridge will bond 150 - 200 parts.
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