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Liquid Cement Glue
What is Liquid Cement Glue?
Liquid cements are ideal for a number os uses such as: Sign making, Model making, Structural engineering and acrylic sheet repair, General fabrication work, Manufacture of internal signs from cast acrylic sheet, Suitable for joining items made from: Diakon acrylic polymers, as well as Perspex, Cementing acrylic sheet to itself; but, it will bond acrylic sheet to other materials such as: wood, along with many other similar applications.
These adhesives are sourced from one of the leading global adhesive manufacturers.
Third Party Video's of Contact adhesive in use
Please note: These videos are for informational purposes only, and the adhesives used may be different variations than the ones we directly supply.
Our liquid cements come in 2 main variations. These being:
500ml EVO-PLAS Tensol 70 Two Component Acrylic Cement
500ml EVO-PLAS Tensol 70 Two Component Acrylic Cement is ideal for: Sign making, Model making, Structural engineering and acrylic sheet repair, along with lots of similar applications.
500ml Tensol 12 Single Component Solvented Cement
500ml Tensol 12 Single Component Solvented Cement is ideal for: the manufacture of internal signs from cast acrylic sheet & is suitable for: joining items made from: 'Diakon' acrylic polymers, as well as 'Perspex' - and General Fabrication.
How to use Liquid Cements
Although liquid cements were developed so that rapid evaporation and skinning are minimal, the following techniques will reduce problems further:
Limit exposure to air before applying the cement
Dispense the cement directly into the joint, using a small flexible polyethene bottle with a suitable nozzle or a hypodermic syringe. This should have a wide-bore needle.
Use a dispenser that holds no more cement than is required for the job, and prevent the nozzle or needle from becoming clogged - by inserting a steel wire or pin whenever the dispenser is not in use.
Reduce the evaporation that occurs between applying the cement & assembling the parts
Refrigerate the cement for at least 12 hours before use. A domestic refrigerator is suitable (5° - 10°C). If this is not possible, an alternative is to cool the cement containers in cold water - although this is less effective.
The quantity of cement needed for the following day or shift should be placed in the refrigerator approx. 12 hours before use. Ready filled dispensers should also be kept cool by returning them to the refrigerator after use.
Joints will be hardened after about 3 hours at room temperature; but, should not be machined for at least 24 hours. The bonds will reach their maximum strength after approx. 3 weeks at room temperature; however, for most applications 1 - 2 weeks should be adequate.
To obtain maximum strength more rapidly, simply leave the joint to harden at room temperature for at least 24 hours then heat for 8 hours at: 80°C.
Bulk buying options available
If you are looking to buy these liquid cements in bulk, every option we have on offer comes with bulk buying options.
Liquid cemnet Uses
These adhesive and glues are ideal for being used for / as / with:
- Sign making
- Model making
- Structural engineering and acrylic sheet repair
- General fabrication work
- Manufacture of internal signs from cast acrylic sheet
- Suitable for joining items made from: Diakon acrylic polymers, as well as Perspex
- Cementing acrylic sheet to itself; but, it will bond acrylic sheet to other materials such as: wood
- Similar applications
Who are Pressure Sensitive Adhesive Solutions?
PSA Solutions Ltd, are: Liquid Cement suppliers, based in Leicestershire, UK.
We have a large range of: liquid cement in our Leicester warehouse, ready to be dispatched - normally - within 2-3 days.
So if you can not see the adhesive you are looking for contact our friendly sales team for free advice.
Where can I find out more about Adhesive Glue?
To find out even more technical information about contact adhesives please see this Wikipedia page.