HIGH TACK
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HIGH TACK

Den Braven

REF 10860-2844

HIGH TACK

The one and only original adhesive with extremely high initial tack

Zwaluw High Tack is a high quality professional adhesive with an extremely high initial tack based on hybrid technology. It cures under influence of humidity to form a durable elastic rubber.

BENEFITS

  • Extremely high initial tack
  • No mechanical support required during curing
  • High mechanical resistance, end strength and E-modulus
  • Free of isocyanates, phthalates, solvents and silicones
  • Permanently elastic
  • No shrinkage and bubble free
  • Non corrosive towards metals
  • Neutral curing, almost odourless
  • Resistant to moisture and weather
  • Adheres perfectly without primer on most, even damp, surfaces

Colours : White - Black

AREAS OF APPLICATION : Zwaluw High Tack was specifically developed as a universal adhesive for bonding many building materials such as: stone, concrete, mirrors, glass, plasterboard, PU, PVC, hard plastics, enamel, ceramic, copper, lead, zinc, tin, aluminium, metals, alloys, stainless steel, HPL and cement fibre panels (1), wood and paintsystems.

Remark (1)
For bonding HPL and cement fibre panels see Technical Bulletins in the Knowledge Base on our website www.denbraven.com.

CHARACTERISTICS : Shelf life Store between +5°C and +25°C and in shaded conditions. Shelf life is 18 months when stored as recommended in original unopened packaging.

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