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Weld Mount No Slide Metal/Composite Bonder - Case of 10

Weld Mount No Slide Metal/Composite Bonder - Case of 10
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No Slide Metal/Composite Bonder - Case of 10

Revolutionary Metal Bonder will hold heavy parts at application without sliding either on a vertical or overhead surface. AT-8040 will hold 3,500lbs in 40 minutes. No Welding, Drilling or Tapping.

Weld Mount AT-8040 is a solvent free, VOC Compliant, two part methacrylate-based, structural adhesive formulated to bond metals for use in severe environments. It will also bond engineered thermo- and thermosetting plastics, composites to metals or various substrate combinations. It has excellent adhesion to as received metal surfaces including aluminum, stainless steel, galvanized steel, and plated steels. AT-8040 forms a tough, high strength bonds usually with minimal surface preparation developing handling strength in 12 minutes and a functional cure within 45 minutes. Ultimate strength exceeds 3500 psi of tensile shear strength on aluminum with remarkable impact and peel strengths. AT-8040 will hold all Weld Mount parts on a vertical or overhead surface without sagging when properly used.

Features:
  • Revolutionary Adhesive
  • Parts Stay Where Placed Without Sliding
  • For Use Overhead and on Vertical Surfaces
  • No Need for Fixtures
  • Case of 10
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Weld Mount No Slide Metal/Composite Bonder - Case of 10 804010 WELD MOUNT AT-8040 NO SLIDE MULTI BONDER ADHESIVE CASE
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