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What glue does soft silica gel stick with

14 Nov 2019

What glue does soft silica gel use to stick ability to stick firm?After a lot of glue is glued firmly, the glue will harden, affecting the performance of soft silicone.So what kind of glue can bond soft silicone?Today, we offer you a kind of non-white and non-hard glue -- kn-300 series silicone glue, which is room temperature curing silicone rubber with strong adhesive relay

Silicone rubber adhesive KN - 300 series glue is on silica gel and metal, glass, ceramic tile, plastic material and its alloy most solid professional glue adhesive, high and low temperature resistance (50 ~ 200 ℃) with weatherability, heat resistance, cold resistance, and has excellent adhesive, fixed, sealing, electrical, insulation, moisture, shock, resistance to aging performance.

soft silica gel use to stick

Usage:

1. Clean the bonded silicone, metal or plastic board with industrial alcohol.Dry at room temperature after cleaning!

2. Apply glue and brush kn-300 series glue on any side to be bonded surface.As thin and uniform as possible, thickness less than 3mm

3. Apply pressure and glue. For the exhaust of the plate, please roll and extend the plate horizontally from one side to the other.Apply pressure for no less than 30 minutes.Glue for slow drying system, surface dry needs half an hour, 24 hours full solidification.Please do not move the effect until it fully cures.

KANGLIBANG is to creat solution for your problem with bonding silicone, welcome customer inquiry to us.

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