LIQUI-MOLY LIQUIMATE 8100 1K-PUR Grey,300ml
Liquimate 8100 1K-PUR
High-grade 1-component PUR adhesive/sealing compound for permanently flexible bonding jobs. OEM quality. Can be overpainted with 2-component paint. Rigid. Can be applied with a brush and spatula. Can be overpainted with primers and fillers after thorough curing.
Is used during vehicle repairs, for instance for sealing. For top seams and normal seams on front and rear bumpers, rear wall, engine compartment, trunk floor, floor in passenger compartment, sidewall, wheel housings, vehicle underbodies, filler pipes, fenders, edging-fold sealing.
A 1-component, paste-like polyurethane-based adhesive/sealant which is cross-linked (cured) by the moisture from the air to form a rubbery-elastic material. The skinning and curing times are both dependent on the humidity of the air and the temperature but the curing time is also dependent on the depth of the joint. These times can be shortened by raising the temperature and humidity. Low temperatures and humidities have a retarding effect.
- Extremely high UV resistance
- High bond strength
- Can be painted over after skin formation (preliminary tests recommended)
- Permanently elastic after curing
All external seams should be painted over. Before the adhesive/sealant has cured, joints must be temporarily held with adhesive tapes or spacers. LIQUI mate 8100 1C PUR offers a great advantage in that it both seals and bonds the material. LIQUI mate 8100 1CPUR is not suitable or is only suitable to a limited extent for structural bonds .
Areas of application
LIQUI mate 8100 1C PUR is used for elastic sealing/adhesion, particularly for seam sealing and the sealing of narrow joints in the following areas of use:
-Body manufacture and vehicle manufacture
-Wagon building and container manufacture
-Motor vehicle body building ship and boat building
-Metal and sheet-metal working
-Bonding of custom parts such as spoilers and decorive trims for both interior and exterior applications.
Note on working with adhesive sealants In general, the material is ready to be over coated following skin mation time.
- Do not work with the product in temperatures below 10 °C.
- For temperatures between 10 °C and 15 °C, drying takes approx. 2 – 3 hours.
- The optimal processing temperature is between 15°C and 25 °C
For safety reasons, check to see that there is skin formation prior to over coating!
As sealants are not completely dry following skin formation time, the vehicle should be parked in a room whose temperature is above 15 °C for at least 24 hours after sealing, if the outside temperature is below 10 °C.