IPS 10 4oz.

SKU: IPS10-4oz.
Sales Unit: EA
Weld-On® 10™ 4 oz. kit
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SUBSTRATE RECOMMENDATIONS WELD-ON 10 is formulated for large PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) pipe and fittings, but has been found to bond many other plastics and non plastics. Preliminary tests show good bond strength with PVC (vinyl) – rigid and flexible (with low plasticizer content), ABS, polycarbonate, styrene, acrylics, butyrate, hard rubber and possibly others not yet tested. It also bonds well to steel (plastics to steel or steel to itself), aluminum (not anodized) and other metals, concrete, and other substrates. It does not bond well to Neoprene or other synthetic rubber, Delrin, Celcon, and a few other plastics.

BONDING RECOMMENDATIONS WELD-ON 10 is recommended for a variety of applications due to its high strength and versatility as a structural adhesive. It is used in the sign assembly industry, for bonding different metals to itself, or a variety of plastics. It also has many uses in other fabrication industries that bond ABS, acrylic, polycarbonate, PVC, as well as other plastics and substrates.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION WELD-ON 10 is a two-part, white, high strength adhesive. It cures by the reaction of Component A (Base Resin) with Component B (Catalyst).

BOND STRENGTH Lap joint bond strength is based on using ” substrate with 1 square inch bonding area.

SUBSTRATE MATERIAL  2 Hours      24 Hours     1 Week                             2 Hours      24 Hours   1 Week Acrylic (Cast & Extruded)    2000 PSI    2300 PSI    2700 PSI   ABS                1200 PSI   1600 PSI   1800 PSI PVC                                    2400           2900           3000         Polycarbonate  700            1700          2200 PETG                                  2000           2100           2200

ADHESIVE PROPERTIES AND CHARACTERISTICS COLOR: White WORKING TIME: 25 minutes VISCOSITY: 40,000 cps FIXTURE TIME: 1 Hour REACTIVITY: 35 minutes ± 5 @73°F 80% STRENGTH: 24 Hours SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.03 ± .040 COVERAGE: 10mil: 29sq. ft/Pint 230sq. ft/Gallon 20mil: 14sq. ft/Pint 115sq. ft/Gallon

DIRECTIONS FOR USE • METHOD (A) -- WELD-ON 10 is packaged in pre-measured kits so that catalyst “B“ may be mixed directly into base resin A and used at once. The ratio is 100 parts of A to 13 parts “B“ by weight, so smaller mixes may be made up. After mixture, pot life is about 30 minutes at 70ºF. Cure of an applied film is about 4 hours at 70ºF. Higher strength is reached in 24 to 48 hours. Cure may be speeded up in some applications either by applying heat to the glue line, about 150ºF, or by using additional catalyst. A mixture of 100 parts “A” with 25 parts “B” by weight will substantially decrease both cure time and pot life. However, where highest strength is more important than speed of cure, we would recommend the mixture as given.

• METHOD (B) -- A unique property of WELD-ON 10 is its ability to cure by simple contact of Component “A “ with Component “B”. This means that the user may apply a coat of A to one substrate and a coat of B to the other, then assemble the parts ensuring good contact of “A” with “B” throughout the glue line. Use of this method eliminates pot life limitations. Coat film of B on nonporous substrate. Part “A” (resin) may be used more generously on the other substrate, porous or nonporous. Where a large gap is to be filled, apply catalyst to both surfaces before applying “A”. For ABS or Styrene after coating “B” (catalyst), allow it to dry for about 5 minutes before applying “A “(resin).

• NOTE: Where METHOD “B” is chosen, be sure that catalyst “B” will have sufficient adhesion to the surface coated by it because the film of catalyst B can prevent good contact by resin A. In general, the “A” method of pre-mixing will provide faster cure and higher strength.

• PREPARATION OF SUBSTRATES: Where there are hard, glossy surfaces such as glass, metal, Bakelite (phenolic) enamel or ceramic, abrading (sanding) and priming with a degreasing solvent are recommended and in some cases are essential to good adhesion. Chlorinated solvents, MEK, acetone, or even rubbing alcohol (iso-propyl) may be used for removing grease or dirt.

SHELF LIFE When components are stored between 45ºF and 75ºF, 12 months shelf life can be expected in unopened containers.

SHIPPING Shipping Information for Containers Larger than One Liter: DOT Shipping Name: Adhesive. DOT Hazard Class: 3. ID #: UN1133. Packaging Group: II. Label: Flammable Liquid. Normally shipped as a kit under UN1133, Adhesive. If components are shipped separately, see MSDS for shipping instructions.

Shipping Information for Less than One Liter: DOT Shipping Name: Consumer Commodity. DOT Shipping Class: ORM-D

SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS WELD-ON 10 is a flammable reactive adhesive. It is considered a hazardous material. In conformance with Federal Hazardous Substances Labeling Act, the following hazards and precautions are given. Purchasers who may repackage this product must also conform to all local, state, and federal labeling, safety and other regulations.

DANGER! - FLAMMABLE - VAPOR HARMFUL - MAY BE HARMFUL IF SWALLOWED MAY IRRITATE SKIN OR EYES Keep out of reach of children. Do not take internally. Keep away from heat, spark, open flame and other sources of ignition. Keep container closed when not in use. Store in the shade between 45ºF and 75ºF. Use only with adequate ventilation. Avoid breathing vapors. Atmospheric levels should be maintained below established exposure limit values. See Section II of MSDS. If airborne concentrations exceed these limits, use a supplied air respirator. Do not use a chemical cartridge respirator. For emergencies and other conditions where short-term exposure may be exceeded, use an approved positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus. In confined areas, use a positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA). Do not smoke, eat or drink while working with this product. Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothing. Do not smoke, eat or drink while working with this product. May cause eye injury. Protective equipment such as gloves, safety goggles and impervious apron should be used. Carefully read Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all precautions. Component “A” contains Methyl Methacrylate Monomer (80-62-6). Component “B” contains Methyl Ethyl Ketone (78-93-3 and Benzoyl Peroxide (94-36-0). Do not use this product for other than intended use. "Title Ill Section 313 Supplier Notification": This product contains toxic chemicals subject to the reporting requirements of Section 313 of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986 and of 40CFR372. This information must be included in all MSDS’s that are copied and distributed for this material.

FIRST AID Inhalation: If ill effects from inhalation, remove to fresh air. If not breathing, give artificial respiration. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen. Call physician.

Eye or Skin Contact: Flush with plenty of water for 15 minutes. If irritation persists, get medical attention. Ingestion: If swallowed, do not induce vomiting. Contact physician immediately.

QUALITY ASSURANCE Every batch of this cement is checked to assure that consistent quality is maintained. An infrared absorption curve is recorded for each batch to ensure that this cement is properly formulated. Samples are taken from all batches and kept for a period of at least one year. A batch identification code is stamped on each can.

IMPORTANT NOTICE This product is intended for use by skilled individuals at their own risk. These suggestions and data are based on information we believe to be reliable. Users should verify by test that this product, as well as these methods, are suited to their application. Since specific use, materials and handling are not controlled by IPS, our warranty is limited to the replacement of defective IPS products.