Corp.'s3225-T-SC is a versatile, plastic-bonding adhesive
formulated with DYMAX's See-Cure technology. This material is designed for
rapid bonding, laminating and sealing of most plastics such as PMMA (acrylic),
PC, PVC, ABS, PA, PU, SAN, TPU and aluminum. It can also be considered for
bonding glass, stainless steel and brass substrates in combination with plastic
3225-T-SC is colored bright blue in
the uncured state. The adhesive's high visibility enables automated vision
systems to confirm adhesive placement prior to the cure. During the curing
process, the blue color of the adhesive transitions to clear for visual
confirmation that a full cure has been achieved. 3225-T-SC is designed to cure
tack free and clear in appearance after exposure to DYMAX broad-spectrum curing
equipment in <4 secs at 200 mW/cm2 at 385 nm and in <3 secs
with the DYMAX BlueWave LED Prime UVA system.
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