CH 22

CH 22

Chemitac 22 is a heat reactive adhesive used with the primer Chemitac 11, for bonding elastomers as NR, SBR, BR, CR, NBR, HNBR, IIR, CIIR, BIIR, CSM and EPDM with steel, aluminum, aramid, textile fibers and glass by vulcanization process. In bonding applications for textile fibers with pretreatment RFL (Resorcinol, Formaldehyde and Latex), Chemitac 22 is applied without primer. The textile fibers can be: Cotton, cellulose, polyamide, polyester and aramid. Chemitac 22 is a heavy metals free product.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION

Polymers and fillers stabilized in aromatic solvents.

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