3M™ Polystyrene Insulation Adhesive 78 Bulk is our high strength, industrial grade spray adhesive with a bond time of up to 15 minutes. It is effective for bonding most types of insulation such as fiberglass and expanded polystyrene foam (EPS) onto numerous kinds of materials including plastics, metals, wood, paper substrates and more.
Safe and Easy Insulation Attachment with an Extended Open Time
3M™ Polystyrene Insulation Adhesive 78 Bulk is designed to be a high-solids, high-coverage formula designed for bonding many types of insulation. A lace spray pattern optimized for foam bonding helps bond expanded polystyrene foams (EPS) to themselves and other surfaces, including concrete. This spray is engineered so it won't dissolve or degrade foam when used according to 3M instructions. It has a bonding range of one to 15 minutes to let you position parts.
Your Polystyrene Adhesive
3M™ Polystyrene Insulation Adhesive 78 Bulk is capable of bonding polystyrene foam onto a wide array of materials, including paper, cardboard, plastic, metal, wood and much more. This spray adhesive has been proven to work well for projects both large and small.
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