Industrial Bonding Adhesive

429

Optically Clear Structural Adhesive for Glass Bonding


Dymax 429 glass adhesive cures in seconds upon exposure to UV/Visible light for the fast assembly of metal to glass, potting critical components, and large-area bonding. This high-impact product is resistant to yellowing and thermal shock and also designed for applications where a flexible glass-bonding adhesive is required.

429 is recommended for potting, sealing, and bonding of ABS, PVC, and glass, as well as for metals in limited applications.

Dymax materials are solvent-free and cure upon exposure to light. Their ability to cure in seconds results in lower processing costs. When cured with Dymax UV light curing spot lamps, focused beam lamps, flood lamps, or conveyor systems they deliver optimum speed and performance for maximum efficiency. Dymax lamps offer the ideal balance of UV and visible light for the fastest, deepest cures.

429 is in full compliance with the RoHS2 Directives 2015/863/EU.
 

Features

  • Cures with UV/Visible light
  • Optically clear adhesive
  • UV resistant
  • High impact
  • Resistant to yellowing & thermal shock
  • Structural bonder for glass, plastic, and metal
  • Single component
  • Flexible for applications requiring impact resistance
  • Exceptional tensile strength
  • Solvent free

Typical Properties

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Property Values
Viscosity (nominal) 2,500 cP
Cured appearance Clear
Cured durometer hardness D60
Recommended substrates Glass; Metal; ABS; PVC

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