3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Low Odor Acrylic Adhesive DP8725NS

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KEY SUBSTRATES: Bonds to plastics, composites, painted surfaces, aluminum, stainless steel, and active metals

VERSATILE USE: Made for applications in transportation, rail, signage, sporting goods repair, and a variety of other industries

MINIMAL SURFACE PREPARATION: Bonds to subrstates without in-depth surface preparation, including slightly oily surfaces

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  • KEY SUBSTRATES: Bonds to plastics, composites, painted surfaces, aluminum, stainless steel, and active metals
  • VERSATILE USE: Made for applications in transportation, rail, signage, sporting goods repair, and a variety of other industries
  • MINIMAL SURFACE PREPARATION: Bonds to subrstates without in-depth surface preparation, including slightly oily surfaces
  • HIGH-PERFORMANCE: Maintains structural strength in a temperature as low as -40 °C (-40 °F)
  • OPEN TIME: Allows approximately 23 minutes for project adjustment
  • FAST-HANDLING: Offers handling strength in 25-30 minutes
  • A FULL CURE: Completely cured in 24 hours at a temperature of 73 °F (23 °C)
  • KEY SPECIFICATIONS: Nonflammable classification and low-odor formulation
  • DIGITAL DISPENSING ASSISTANT: Help reduce setup time using a free automation tool for time-pressure automated systems
  • PRODUCT OPTIONS: Available in bulk form or a Duo-Pak (DP)

3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Low Odor Acrylic Adhesive DP8725NS is a black, non-sag, low odor, two-part structural acrylic adhesive with non-flammable classification. 8725 is an improved version of 3M's low odor acrylic adhesives, providing enhanced impact strength, peel resistance, flexibility, low temperature performance and enhanced workplace safety. It has a 23 minute work life with 25 minute time to handling strength.

3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Digital Dispensing Assistant

Get improved adhesive processing results when using Time-Pressure Dispensing Equipment. Be confident you’re dispensing the right amount of adhesive to reduce waste and rework. Temperatures affect adhesive flow rates and disrupt repeatable processing which can lead to poor bonding outcomes. Calibrating time-pressure dispensing systems every time the temperature changes can be a lengthy process. The 3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Digital Dispensing Assistant uses extensive laboratory testing data and 3M materials science expertise to make it easy to predict the recommended pressure setting. It is free to use and accounts for variables such as temperature, aging, and lot control. After a simple, guided dispenser calibration, just enter the lot code information from the adhesive cartridge as well as the current temperature and desired flow rate. The Digital Dispensing Assistant will recommend the ideal pressure setting.

When using a Dispensing Equipment, rely on Bonding and Assembly for convenient and accurate metering, mixing, and dispensing.

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