Probond Liquidbond

Liquidbond is a adhesive for the construction industry, ideal for sub floors and timber.

PROBOND LIQUIDBOND is a high strength contact adhesive that will not slump on vertical surfaces. It can be used either as a one way liquid adhesive, or a two way contact adhesive. It offers adhesion to most common surfaces.
Conforms to Australian Standard AS 2329-80 (Mastic Adhesives for fixing Wallboards)

 

 

 

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Description

PROBOND LIQUIDBOND is a high strength contact adhesive that will not slump on vertical surfaces. It can be used either as a one way liquid adhesive, or a two way contact adhesive. It offers adhesion to most common surfaces.
PROBOND LIQUIDBOND conforms to Australian Standard AS 2329-80 (Mastic Adhesives for fixing Wallboards)

ADVANTAGES

  • Fast grab
  • One part ready to use
  • Fast drying
  • High strength
  • Safe for polystyrene foam
  • Easy application

 

APPLICATIONS

  • Floor and Wall panels.
  • Wood, Plasterboard, and Chipboard.
  • Leather, cardboard etc
  • Aluminum, Iron, and Steel.
  • Concrete, Cement sheeting, and Masonry
  • And many other common substrates.
  • Liquid Bond is also safe to use on foamed Polystyrene and mirror backed tiles
  • Highly Flammable, Flammable Liquid 3

TECHNICAL

SPECIFICATIONS 
Initial Bond Strength240 kpa
Tensile Shear Web Sub1.9 mpa
Non Volatiles>72%
Slumpless than 6mm
Application Temp5°C to 30°C
UsesInternal / External

 

SUBSTRATES

PROBOND LIQUIDBOND will have excellent adhesion to many substrates. Admil Adhesives always recommends to conduct “Pre-Adhesion” Tests on substrates to ensure adequate bond is achieved.

  • Glass
  • Aluminium
  • Galvanised steel
  • Concrete
  • Wood
  • Steel
  • Flooring
  • Timber
  • Polystrene

 

SURFACE PREPARATION

All surfaces must be clean, dry, sound, and free from dust, oil, rust, or any other contamination.

Metals should be cleaned with a non-oily solvent soaked clean cloth, such as PROSIL CLEANER 1. Excess solvent should be wiped from the surface with a clean dry cloth. When used on remedial work all existing sealant must be removed. In some instances further cleaning or etching maybe required.

 

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