1. Working Conditions
Ensure to work in a well-ventilated work space. The working temperature should range between 5 and 30 °C.
2. Preparation of the substrate
The substrate must be clean, dry and free from grease. It is recommended to clean the surface with acetone. Roughening or structuring the surface will improve the adhesion. In some cases a corona or plasma treatment will lead to remarkable improvements in adhesion.
3. Application of the primer
The primer should be applied as a very thin film using a soft brush or a lint-free cloth. A coat weight of 40 – 60 g/m² is recommended depending on the roughness and absorbency of the ground.
4. Curing of the primer
The Primer has to be heated for at least 30 minutes at 50 °C.
After the primer treatment the surface should be well protected from any dust or contamination. The adherent should be applied soon – a maximum open time of 6 hours should be respected.
5. Application of the adherent
Apply and vulcanise the silicone elastomer mixture as recommended in the respective Technical Data Sheets.
|BLUESIL PRIM PS 810 E may be stored at a temperature between -10 °C/ 14 °F and 30 °C/ 86 °F for up to 12 months from its date of manufacturing.||Please consult the Safety Data Sheet of this product.||RoHS;WEEE|
BLUESIL PRIM PS 810 E
BLUESIL PRIM PS 810 E and BLUESIL PRIM PS 810 E CONC are one component bonding agents to improve the adhesion of silicones to various substrates.
BLUESIL PRIM PS 810 E CONC is the concentrated version of BLUESIL PRIM PS 810 E.
The primers are supplied as low viscous solutions of the active ingredients. They cure without the addition of any further additive.
- Easy one component application
- Environmentally friendly silicone solvent with reduced flammability
- Economical in use
- No hazardous substance / good
- Contains no substances with acute oral toxicity, skin or eye irritation (see separate toxicological summary)
Adhering Pt catalysed silicones onto various substrates such as:
- PU films
- Other silicones
- Reinforced epoxy resins and other polymers
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