SG400LSE

Methacrylate Adhesive

RECOMMENDED FOR

Low Surface Energy Substrates

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TECHNICAL DATA

SG400LSE: The High-Strength Adhesive Formulated to Bond LSE Substrates with No Surface Preparation Required

SG400LSE is a two-part translucent, methyl methacrylate adhesive (10:1) product that can bond many low surface energy plastics including polypropylene and polyethylene without surface treatment.  This opens up all-new possibilities for engineers, and allows them to create stronger, lighter, and more durable products. SGSG400 is ideal for a wide range of vehicle and sructural applications, including:

SAVES TIME & MONEY
NO primer & NO PP surface preparation required
Simplifies processes and saves on labor costs by eliminating need for flaming, plasma treatment or other methods
Fast working and fixture times
No sagging, even when vertical
Low exotherm
BONDS STRONG
Bonds polypropylene with substrates failing in tests before the bonds fail, every time
Bonds dissimilar materials, including plastics, FRP, and metals
RECOMMENDED FOR BONDING
PP
Glass filled PP
AI
Talc filled PP
VEFRP
Acrylic
ABS
Nylon 66
Stainless Steel
LDPE

SPECIFICATIONS & AVAILABILITY

Working Times

Adhesive
Gap Fill
Inch (mm)
Working Time
min.
Fixture Time
SG800-05
0.02-0.5 (0.50-12.7)
4-6
10-15
SG800-15
0.02-0.5 (0.50-12.7)
14-16
20-30

Typical Cured Properties

Adhesive
Tensile Strength
psi (MPa)
Shear Strength
psi (MPa)
SG800-05
2,800-3,100 (19-21)
2,600-2900 (18-20)
SG800-15
2,800-3,100 (19-21)
2,600-2900 (18-20)

Typical Physical Properties

Adhesive
Ratio A:B
Volume Weight
SG800-05
10:1
SG800-15
10:1

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