3M™ PB923 High Temp Non-Chlor Adhesive creates a strong bond for attaching decorative laminate, headliners and soft foams. This high strength adhesive is often used in construction, woodworking, RV, manufactured housing and specialty vehicle applications.
Features Longer Open Time and More Aggressive Tack
3M™ PB923 High Temp Non-Chlor Adhesive is used in marine and specialty vehicle applications to install carpet, rubber or synthetic flooring. Temperature resistant to above 200ºF (93ºC), the formula's aggressive tack offers a fast grab with sufficient open time to position and adjust materials before bonding. With a solids weight percentage of 35, it provides high coverage with less waste and helps create a uniform hold.
About 3M™ Adhesives
3M™ Adhesives are designed to meet the stringent requirements of today’s regulatory and operating environments. This broad line of adhesives include products that meet the most demanding needs of state or federal EPA, OSHA, or local fire regulations. 3M™ Adhesives are the professional’s superior choice for the Woodworking, Furniture, RV and Manufactured Housing industries in the U.S. and much of the world.
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