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Monolith SE 131-1

Flexible epoxy adhesive, rubber hardness approx. 70 Shore-A. It has high elongation and flexibility, meets the requirements for stresses caused by impact, peeling when bonding materials with different coefficients of thermal expansion.

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Monolith® SE 131-1 is a two-component, modified epoxy adhesive intended for bonding and sealing. It has excellent adhesion to Nylon, ABS, polycarbonate and other plastics, as well as many different metals. Soft and flexible. Cures at ambient temperature. The shelf life is 10-20 minutes, and hand strength is achieved in less than an hour and a half.
Monolith® SE 131-1 provides excellent resistance to thermal shock. It shows no shrinkage, therefore no surface pits or tensile stresses are observed under these conditions.
It has high elongation and flexibility, meets the requirements for stresses caused by impact, peeling when bonding materials with different coefficients of thermal expansion. Monolith® SE 131-1 has excellent resistance to environmental factors and remains very flexible.

Successor to the Monolith 105-1.

Opakowania:

  • 50 ml - minikartusz
  • 400 ml - kartusz
E3821007PB

Data sheet

Color
black
Consistency
pasty
Mixing ratio (by volume - A: B)
2:1
Thermal resistance [°C]
-40 / +100
Maximum gap [mm]
5 mm
Pot life after mixing [min]
20-50
Time to achieve initial strength at RT
105-120 min.
Time to reach final strength at RT
72 hrs.
Application area
flexible glue

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Monolith SE 131-1

Flexible epoxy adhesive, rubber hardness approx. 70 Shore-A. It has high elongation and flexibility, meets the requirements for stresses caused by impact, peeling when bonding materials with different coefficients of thermal expansion.

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