CH 06

CH 06

Chemitac 6 is a heat reactive adhesive for bonding elastomers as AEM (VAMAC) and FKM with steel, aluminum, aramid, textile fibers and glass by vulcanization process. The textile fibers can be: Cotton, cellulose, polyamide, polyester, and aramid. Chemitac 6 is a heavy metals free product.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION

Resins and catalysts stabilized in alcohol solvents.

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