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High-strength 2-component epoxy resin system for bodywork repairs
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High-strength epoxy resin adhesive
Glass particle technology
An adhesive layer thickness of 0.7–1.2 mm is guaranteed even after heavy pressing
Glue will not run on vertical surfaces (thixotropic)
Outstanding corrosion protection
Can be planed/painted
Silicone and VOC-free
Not suitable for load-bearing bodywork parts (e.g. A-pillars, longitudinal chassis beams etc.). If bodywork parts are only partially replaced, do not glue on visible surfaces as shadow seams may appear. Observe the repair instructions provided by the vehicle manufacturer.
Structural adhesive for steel, aluminium, stainless steel and glass fibre-reinforced plastics (GFRP, CFRP). For bonding bodywork parts such as side walls, wheel arches, roof and door sheets.
The substrate must be capable of bearing loads and must be clean, dry and free from grease and rust. Old adhesive residues must also be removed. The CDP coating on new bodywork parts must be roughened. Clean the bonding surfaces thoroughly with acetone or IPA cleaner, roughen them and clean them again. Use Metalyt to protect areas where no adhesive is being applied against corrosion.
Discard 1 cm of adhesive then screw on the mixer nozzle and discard another 3–5 cm of adhesive. After this point, the adhesive can be evenly applied to all parts to be bonded and distributed using a spatula (on bare areas). This ensures that these parts are protected against corrosion. Apply a second adhesive bead to the new bodywork part, approx. 5 mm from the edge, to create a force fit. Points at which welding will be carried out at a later point should be excluded.
Press on the new bodywork part with moderate pressure. The new part should not be removed after this point. At the corner points of the bonding and in areas where strain may occur, the parts that have been pressed together are fixed in place approx. every 20 cm using locking pliers. To seal the adhesive seam, any adhesive that escapes during pressing can be redistributed using a plastic spatula. The welding points can be set in line with the manufacturer's specifications. The adhesive must fully penetrate when in its hardened state (within the processing time).
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