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For more information, please download the TDS available in PDF format below.BLUESIL PRIM PM 826 may be stored for up to 12 months from its date of manufacturing.Please consult the Safety Data Sheet of this product.

BLUESIL PRIM PM 826

Bluesil™ PRIM PM 826 is a dilute solution of a reactive silicone resin in decamethylcyclopentasiloxane used as an adhesion promoter with Elkem Silicones industrial grade products. The primer is used to help promote adhesion to difficult-to-bond substrates. The product is supplied as a one-component, ready-to-use material.

Adhesion;Primer

2 Part RTV

Fluid

​Bonding industrial grade silicones various substrates.

Asia Pacific;Central and South America;Europe Middle East Africa;North America

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​1. Thoroughly clean and degrease the substrate surface to be primed by solvent cleaning with a non-polar solvent.

 2. Rinse all cleaning agents off the substrate surface with a polar solvent (i.e.: isopropyl alcohol, acetone or methyl ethyl ketone).

 3. Elkem Silicones primers may be applied by dipping, brushing, wiping, or spraying. In most cases a thin film of primer will provide the best adhesion. Use the color appearance as an indicator to roughly estimate the thickness of the primer coating. With Bluesil™ PRIM PM 826, the correct thickness should result in a pinkish tinted film. The applied film will cure to a smooth, resinous state. Some chalking may occur. The coating should be free of all foreign matter such as lint, dust, or dirt. Unsized and new cheesecloth is recommended when wiping primer on a substrate.

 4. Allow applied primer coating to cure by air drying for 60 to 120 minutes at room temperature, preferably at 50-60% relative humidity. If used in a low humidity environment, longer drying time will be required. The best method of determining drying time for a specific application is by experimentation.

 5. Apply mixed sealant/compound and cure according to recommended cure schedules. Heat curing provides the best adhesion.

​1. Thoroughly clean and degrease the substrate surface to be primed by solvent cleaning with a non-polar solvent. 2. Rinse all cleaning agents off the substrate surface with a polar solvent (i.e. isopropyl alcohol, acetone or methyl ethyl ketone). 3. Elkem Silicones primers may be applied by dipping, brushing, wiping, or spraying. In most cases a thin film of primer will provide the best adhesion. Use the color appearance as an indicator to roughly estimate the thickness of the primer coating. With Bluesil™ PRIM PM 826, the correct thickness should result in a pinkish tinted film. The applied film will cure to a smooth, resinous state. Some chalking may occur. The coating should be free of all foreign matter such as lint, dust, or dirt. Unsized and new cheesecloth is recommended when wiping primer on a substrate. 4. Allow applied primer coating to cure by air drying for 60 to 120 minutes at room temperature, preferably at 50-60% relative humidity. If used in a low humidity environment, longer drying time will be required. The best method of determining drying time for a specific application is by experimentation. 5. Apply mixed sealant/compound and cure according to recommended cure schedules. Heat curing provides the best adhesion.

 

 

​1. Thoroughly clean and degrease the substrate surface to be primed by solvent cleaning with a non-polar solvent.

 2. Rinse all cleaning agents off the substrate surface with a polar solvent (i.e.: isopropyl alcohol, acetone or methyl ethyl ketone).

 3. Elkem Silicones primers may be applied by dipping, brushing, wiping, or spraying. In most cases a thin film of primer will provide the best adhesion. Use the color appearance as an indicator to roughly estimate the thickness of the primer coating. With Bluesil™ PRIM PM 826, the correct thickness should result in a pinkish tinted film. The applied film will cure to a smooth, resinous state. Some chalking may occur. The coating should be free of all foreign matter such as lint, dust, or dirt. Unsized and new cheesecloth is recommended when wiping primer on a substrate.

 4. Allow applied primer coating to cure by air drying for 60 to 120 minutes at room temperature, preferably at 50-60% relative humidity. If used in a low humidity environment, longer drying time will be required. The best method of determining drying time for a specific application is by experimentation.

 5. Apply mixed sealant/compound and cure according to recommended cure schedules. Heat curing provides the best adhesion.

​1. Thoroughly clean and degrease the substrate surface to be primed by solvent cleaning with a non-polar solvent. 2. Rinse all cleaning agents off the substrate surface with a polar solvent (i.e. isopropyl alcohol, acetone or methyl ethyl ketone). 3. Elkem Silicones primers may be applied by dipping, brushing, wiping, or spraying. In most cases a thin film of primer will provide the best adhesion. Use the color appearance as an indicator to roughly estimate the thickness of the primer coating. With Bluesil™ PRIM PM 826, the correct thickness should result in a pinkish tinted film. The applied film will cure to a smooth, resinous state. Some chalking may occur. The coating should be free of all foreign matter such as lint, dust, or dirt. Unsized and new cheesecloth is recommended when wiping primer on a substrate. 4. Allow applied primer coating to cure by air drying for 60 to 120 minutes at room temperature, preferably at 50-60% relative humidity. If used in a low humidity environment, longer drying time will be required. The best method of determining drying time for a specific application is by experimentation. 5. Apply mixed sealant/compound and cure according to recommended cure schedules. Heat curing provides the best adhesion.

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