Devcon High Strength Epoxy
Devcon Epoxy Glues have been manufacturing for 50 years, Made in U.S.A.
Devcon epoxy adhesives cure and join things together by a chemical reaction between the resin and hardener. This reaction results in high strength bonds that are resistant to most chemicals. Use Devcon epoxy adhesive for industrial craft household or for any job that requires a high-quality bond.
Devcon have two types of dispenser systems normal two tube squeeze even amounts and mix or easy flow syringe with snap open cap reseals for storage.
Directions for two tubes
1. For best results: clean dry and thoroughly roughen surfaces to be joined or repaired.
2. Remove caps. Pierce end of tubes. Squeeze equals length of harder and resin onto a clean, discardable surface. Squeeze with equal pressure from bottom of tubes so that bead diameters are uniform.
3. Mix thoroughly
4. Apply to surface(s) to be repaired or joined together. When storing, clean caps and tube threads. Replace caps to original tube (colour coded), or hardening may occur in the tube nozzles
Directions for easy flow syringe
1. For best results: roughen, clean and dry all surfaces to be bonded or repaired
2. Remove plastic mixing paddle from centre black plunger. Turn nozzle end up and pull plunger back slightly (1/8"). Allow air bubbles to rise to top. Snap off and save storage cap.
3. Push plunger evenly to dispense equal amounts of hardener and resin onto a discardable surface such as a piece of cardboard or plastic container on the front of this package. Pull back plunger to stop flow.
4. Mix thoroughly with paddle provided and apply to surface. Bond sets in 5 minutes and item can be handled in 15 minutes. Full strength in 1 hour.
5. Wipe nozzle clean. Storage cap saps on one way only.
Note: not recommended for use above 200°F (93°C). If temperature is below 40 f (5 c) the hardening time is considerably longer
Devcon is the easy choice!
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