M-Bond 200 catalyst C

M-Bond 200 catalyst C has been specially formulated to control the reactivity rate of M-Bond 200 adhesive. The catalyst should be used sparingly for best results. Excessive catalyst can contribute many problems; e.g., poor bond strength, age-embrittlement of the adhesive, poor glueline thickness control, extended solvent evaporation time requirements, etc. M-Bond 200 catalyst should be applied to the bonding surface of the gage and terminal. M-Bond 200 adhesive will harden without the catalyst, but less quickly and reliably. Very little catalyst is needed, and it should be applied in a thin, uniform coat. Lift the brush-cap out of the catalyst bottle and wipe the brush approximately 10 strokes against the inside of the neck of the bottle to wring out most of the catalyst. Set the brush down on the gage and swab the gage backing. Do not stroke the brush in a painting style, but slide the brush over the entire gage surface and then the terminal. Move the brush to the adjacent tape area prior to lifting from the surface. Allow the catalyst to dry at least one minute under normal ambient conditions of +75°F [+24°C] and 30% to 65% relative humidity before proceeding.

M-BOND 200 Catalyst





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