CH 11 A

CH 11 A

Chemitac 11A is a one-coat heat reactive primer for bonding elastomers as NBR, ACM and solid PU with steel, aluminum, aramid, textile fibers and glass by vulcanization process. The textile fibers can be: Cotton, cellulose, polyamide, polyester, and aramid. Chemitac 11A is also used in two coats systems together with an adhesive to bonding NR, SBR, BR, CR, NBR, HNBR, IIR, CIIR, BIIR, CSM and EPDM. Chemitac 11A is a heavy metals free product.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION

Polymers and fillers stabilized in aromatic and ketone solvents.

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