Solvent Based Spray Adhesives bond lightweight, porous, and non-porous surfaces. Allows for repositionable and permanent bonds. Fast drying; won’t shrink or bleed. The performance of solvent-based adhesives is largely determined by the polymer system in the formulation. The choice of adhesive type depends on the specific substrates and environmental resistance needed – temperature resistance, oil and plasticizer resistance, etc. Most solvent based adhesives contain flammable solvents which require proper precautions for safe handling. Once the adhesive is applied, solvent evaporates relatively quickly causing an increase in viscosity of the adhesive film. Bonds can be made immediately after adhesive application or after some solvent has evaporated but before the adhesive has dried to the point where it will no longer wet (open time). Waiting for some evaporation prior to bonding (set time) increases the initial strength of the adhesive bond and allows assemblies to be processed more quickly.
|Manufacturer||Product Name||Color||Upper Temperature Limit||Use On:|
|Loctite®||Maximum Strength Headliner Adhesive||Clear||170ºF||Foam, carpet, fabric, plastics, and rubber.|
|Loctite®||All-Purpose Spray Adhesive||Clear||120ºF||Foam, carpet, fabric, plastics, and rubber.|
|3M™||Super 77™||Clear||150ºF||Foil, carpeting, foam, paper, cardboard, felt, cloth, metal, wood and hardboard.|
|3M™||Scotch-Weld™ Hi-Strength 90||Clear||150ºF||Fabric, felt, cork, foam, leather, rubber, metal, some plastics, wood and hardboard.|
|3M™||Scotch® Spray Mount™ Repositionable Adhesive 6065||Clear||120ºF||Bonds most acetate, foils, fabrics, light tissues, and newsprint.|