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SeamPro Surfacing Adhesive

SeamPro Surfacing Adhesive

SeamPro Adhesive formulation makes it great for Solid Surface, Granite and Engineered Stone

If you've ever had a seam fail do to the adhesive not setting up you will appreciate this "why didn't they think of this before" moment. GlueBoss, a leader in Adhesive Manufacturing has put the color in the hardener. A simple idea with cost saving results. 

Using the current method of dispensing adhesives the color is in the large side of the cartridge and the hardener is in the smaller side. As you are dispensing the adhesive an air bubble may be introduced into the tip, especially if you store your cartridges on their sides. That small unnoticed air bubble will stop the hardening process in a small area and you won't know it until it's too late...until now. With this new SeamBoss design if an air bubble does enter the tip you will see a color change immediately giving you an opportunity to remove and replace the ineffective mix.
 
It's Drip-less Too!
If that weren't enough GlueBoss has changed the viscosity of the adhesive so it is absolutely drip-less. It stays put where you place it and actually dispenses more easily. Just think about this for a moment; when you apply clamps to buildups the squeeze out won't drip to the floor, when you need to apply adhesive underneath a counter it won't drip and when you apply adhesive to a shower wall seam it won't run down before you have a chance to fit the panels.
 
With these drastic improvements being made to the GlueBoss product why would you use any other brand?
Oh, I forgot to mention, this new adhesive works on ALL hard surfaces. Granite, stone, engineered stone, solid surface, and concrete can all be seamed and fabricated with a color matched adhesive for a very low cost. Available in 50ml, 250ml and 500ml

SeamPro 10:1 adhesive in 250ml cartridges usable in the 250 ML dispensing gun. 250 ML is enough to easily install one kitchen sink, or two lavatory bowls. Two tips are included. 1. DESCRIPTION SeamPro Adhesives are a two-part methacrylate, ultra violet light stable, non-yellowing surfacing adhesive designed for the seamless bonding of solid surface (acrylic and polyester and blends), engineered stone, and natural stone products. Combined at a ratio of 10:1 (10 parts resin, one part activator), SeamPro adhesives have a working time of 10 to 15 minutes and achieve nearly 90 percent of its ultimate strength in 25 to 30 minutes at room temperature curing. SeamPro adhesives offer a combination of high strength, stiffness, and toughness as well as the ability to bond very strongly to a wide variety of solid surface materials. SeamPro adhesives provide high strength bonds to acrylic solid surface, polyester solid surface (both filled and unfilled), and alloy solid surface (combinations of both acrylic and polyester solid surface resins). SeamPro adhesives give the fastest initial strength (green strength) and quickest routable time from dispensing of any of the contemporary adhesives in the market place. Take the SeamPro challenge and test it for yourself. SeamPro adhesives are the Professionals’ Choice When Seaming Countertops. 2. CHARACTERISTICS: Room Temperature Cure ~ Properties Working Time ~ 10 to 15 minutes Fixture Time ~ 20 to 30 minutes Routable~ 35 to 45 minutes Operating Temp. ~ 65°F to 85°F (18°C to 30°C) Gap Filling ~ .125 inches – 5 mils (thousands) for countertops Mixed Density ~ 8.6 lbs/gal (.98 g/cc) Flash Point ~ 51°F (11°C) – See MSDS for more safety information 3. CHEMICAL RESISTANCE: Excellent Resistance to: ~ Susceptible to: Hydrocarbons ~ Polar Solvents Acids and Bases ~ Super Strong Acids and Bases Vinegar Wine and Condiments Most Household Foods 4. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES: Uncured: ~ Adhesive ~ Activator Viscosity(cps) ~ 15,000 – 25,000 ~ 15,000 – 25,000 Color ~ Clear/Various Colors ~ Creamy Off-White Paste Density (lbs/gal) ~ 8.4 ~ 9.0 Mix Ratio (wt or vol) ~ 10.0 ~ 1.0 Mixer Recommendation ~ Cartridge (50ml): MBHX 05-16T – Sulzer 16 element Cartridge (250ml): MFHX 08-18T – Sulzer 18 element Cartridge (500ml): MFHX 08-18T – Sulzer 18 element 5. MECHANICAL PROPERTIES: Tensile Strength (ASTM D638) ~ Substrate ~ Results ~ Failure Type Strength, psi ~ Acrylic Solid Surface ~ 2,500 - 3,000 ~ Cohesive Strength, psi ~ Polyester Solid Surface ~ 2,500 - 3,000 ~ Substrate 6. HANDLING AND APPLICATION: SeamPro adhesive (Part A) and activator (Part B) are flammable. Contents include Methacrylate ester and acids, and peroxide. Keep containers closed after use. Wear gloves and safety glasses to avoid skin and eye contact. Wash with soap and water after skin contact. In case of eye contact, flush with water for 15 minutes and get medical attention. Harmful if swallowed. Keep out of the reach of children. Keep away from heat, sparks, and open flames. Do not smoke cigarettes or anything else while handling or near the product. Refer to the SeamPro Material Safety Data Sheet for more complete safety instruction. To assure maximum bond strength, surfaces must be mated together within the specified working time, and all clamps affixed within that time. Use sufficient material to ensure that the joint is completely filled when parts are mated and clamped. Avoid over clamping parts, which may cause a dry joint or a joint starved of adhesive. All adhesive application, part positioning, fixturing, and clamping should occur before the working time of the adhesive has expired. After the indicated working time, parts must remain undisturbed until the fixture time is completed. Sheet, adhesive, and shop temperature can have a significant effect on the work and fixture time of the adhesive. Application of SeamPro adhesive at temperatures between 65°F and 85°F (18°C and 30°C) will ensure proper cure. Temperatures below 65°F (18°C) will slow cure and fixture speed. SeamPro adhesives will still react, but will take longer. Temperatures above 85°F (18°C and 30°C) will increase cure and fixture speeds, and there’s a risk that the adhesive will be hardened or too thick to pull a tight seam. The viscosities of SeamPro adhesives are affected by temperature. NOTE: Because of the rapid curing features of SeamPro adhesives, large amounts of heat are generated when large masses of material are mixed at one time. The heat generated by the exothermic reaction resulting from mixing large amounts of adhesive can result in a boiling of the monomer in the adhesive (methyl methacrylate), resulting in the release of trapped air, steam and volatile gasses. To prevent this, use only enough material as needed for use within the working time for the product, and confine the gap or spread out the material to no more than .125 inches. 7. HANDLING AND STORAGE The shelf life of SeamPro is two (2) years from the date of manufacture based upon continuous storage at room temperature (77°F or 25°C). Storage of SeamPro in refrigerated compartments will extend the shelf life even more. Do not store SeamPro or any other adhesives in a refrigerator which has food or lunch products in them. Be sure to bring SeamPro adhesives to room temperature for 24 hours before use, otherwise longer cure and fixture times may be expected. Long-term storage at temperatures above room temperature will shorten the shelf life of SeamPro adhesives, especially the activity of the catalyst. Storage at temperatures above 100°F or 38°C could shorten the shelf life to less than one month. SeamPro adhesives contain no water, so freezing of the adhesive for short periods is permissible, but is not encouraged. 8. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION NOTE: All information on this data sheet is based upon laboratory testing and is not intended for design purposes. GlueBoss Adhesive Company makes no representations or warranties of any kind concerning this data. Due to the variance of storage, handling, and application of these materials, GlueBoss Adhesive Company cannot accept liability for results obtained.

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