3M™ PB FRP Panel Bond Adhesive is a high strength, industrial grade spray adhesive designed for bonding expanded polystyrene foam as well as most types of panel materials.
Ideal for Bonding Foam Lamination
3M™ PB FRP Panel Bond Adhesive features a high-coverage formula designed for bonding exterior grade substrates to foam. The lace-spray pattern, combined with its high tack, strong bond and clean appearance, makes it ideal for bonding foam lamination and attaching foam and fabric to wood and other substrates. A high-solids content supports its low soak-in property, giving you time to position parts for best fit.
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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3M industrial and occupational products are intended, labeled, and packaged for sale to trained industrial and occupational customers for workplace use. Unless specifically stated otherwise on the applicable product packaging or literature, these products are not intended, labeled, or packaged for sale to or use by consumers (e.g., for home, personal, primary or secondary school, recreational/sporting, or other uses not described in the applicable product packaging or literature), and must be selected and used in compliance with applicable health and safety regulations and standards (e.g., U.S. OSHA, ANSI), as well as all product literature, user instructions, warnings, and other limitations, and the user must take any action required under any recall, field action, or other product use notice. Misuse of 3M industrial and occupational products may result in injury, sickness, death, or property damage. For help with product selection and use, consult your on-site safety professional, industrial hygienist, or other subject matter expert.