Loctite 40104 3 Gram Medium Viscosity Prism Instant Adhesive

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Item #: 40104 by Loctite

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Loctite 40104 3 Gram Medium Viscosity Prism Instant Adhesive

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Item #: 40104 by Loctite

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  • Fast Curing Gel Bonds Non-Porous and Porous Surfaces
  • Highly Resistant to Solvents, Weathering, and Temperature Extremes

Description

Medium Viscosity Gel

Net Weight

0.1 Oz. (3 g)

Case Qty

30

Color

Clear

Brand

Loctite

Use CRL Loctite® Prism® in places where you could never use instant adhesives before. On hard-to-bond surfaces like lightweight composites or porous surfaces, Prism® goes beyond typical cyanoacrylate adhesives to perform on wood, leather, ceramic, paper, foam, rubber, fabric, metal, plastic or elastomeric materials. Prism® also works on acidic surfaces, such as freshly plated or coated metal parts.
Prism's® two formulas will accommodate most bonding applications: 401 gel is a medium viscosity adhesive for most situations; 454 gel is a high viscosity adhesive suited for situations such as bonding vertical surfaces where adhesive run-off is a problem. Both formulas are 100% solids based, and are clear in color. The rate of cure will depend on the bond line gap. High cure speed is favored by thin bond lines. In general, one drop spreads over one square inch.
Apply firm hand pressure to mated surfaces until adhesive sets. The thinner the bond line, the quicker the set and the stronger the bond. Excess adhesive can be dissolved with acetone. Important Notes: Not recommended for bonding glass.