Two-component contact adhesive for rubber, rubber-to-metal, textiles for textiles and for connecting and repairing conveyor belts.
1. Rubber to rubber
Both glued surfaces must be rubbed and brushed with dust residue before bonding. After grinding, avoid any contact between the abraded surfaces and the solvent. Prepare a mixture of glue and hardener. The mixing ratio is 30 g of hardener per 750 ml of VVV-FIX 2000 adhesive without chlorinated solvents. Apply the mixture to both glued surfaces and allow to dry for about 1 hour. Then apply the second layer of the mixture and allow to dry for about 20 minutes (until the surface is slightly sticky). Push both glued surfaces together and push firmly (wring or press).
2. Rubber to Metal
Prepare the metal surface by grinding or sanding, and also grind the gum. Apply first layer of rubber / metal mixture, allow to dry for approx. 1 hour. To achieve better strength, it is recommended to paint the metal surface with Metal-Primer before applying the first layer of adhesive. Apply the second layer of the mixture to the rubber and metal and let it dry for about 20 minutes (until the surface is slightly sticky). Stick the two glued surfaces together and push the joint firmly (roll or press).
Glued rubber joint can be fully mechanically stressed after 24 hours. Partially, this joint can be mechanically strained after 8 hours, reaching approximately 80% of the conveyor belt's strength.
VVV-FIX 2000 without chlorinated solvents is stored in the original packaging in the designated areas. The room temperature should be from + 5 ° C to + 20 ° C.
Subject to storage conditions, the manufacturer guarantees quality for up to 24 months from the date of manufacture.
Safety and Health protection during work
VVV-FIX 2000 is a highly flammable liquid, toxic and dangerous for the environment. During use it is forbidden to eat and drink, avoid contact with skin, wear suitable protective equipment.
Disposal of content and packaging
Collect empty can to the packaging waste collection point. Packaging with the rest of the product should be disposed of at the designated location for disposal of hazardous waste or handed over to a person authorized to handle such waste.
These data are the result of practical experiments. Because of the variety of materials and unacceptable working conditions, we recommend a sufficient number of tests. No warranties can be inferred from the above.