SikaTack UltraFast II Urethane

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Sika 26924P SikaTack UltraFast II Urethane

Item #: 26924P by Sika Corporation

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  • Meets FMVSS212/216 in as Little as 30 Minutes
  • Formula for Faster Curing and Higher Initial Strength
  • Pre-Cured by Heat


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Tensile Strength

800 to 900 psi

Lap Shear Strength

600 to 700 psi

Elongation at Break

500 to 600%





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CRL SikaTack®-Ultrafast II Urethane is a formula that provides faster curing with higher initial strength than the original Ultrafast Urethane. CRL SikaTack®-Ultrafast II Urethane will meet FMVSS 212/216 strength requirements in as little as 30 minutes, depending upon temperature and humidity. SikaTack®-Ultrafast II utilizes a dual curing system. The material is pre-cured by heat which gives it the unique high initial strength and unsurpassed non-sag properties. Final cure is through ambient moisture. Tensile Strength: 800 to 900 psi.
SikaTack® Ultrafast-II is packaged with 17 Sika Aktivator Pads 6H12S per case, and Aktivator Pads can be reordered separately.
Apply Sika-Aktivator 60D960 very sparingly to the ceramic coating around the edge of the glass, if the glass is supplied without a ceramic coating, apply Sika-Primer S1KA206GP. For bonding to EDPM/PVC moldings use Sika-Primer S1KA21530. 110 VAC SOV110 and 12 VDC SikaTack® Ovens SOV12 are the recommended preheating ovens for this product.
Minimum order of CRL SikaTack®-UltraFast is 24 each 10.1 fl oz (300 ml) cartridges.
Product Warning:
Once opened, cartridges should be used same day. This Urethane should not be used with primers or glass conditioners from other urethane systems. Do not store at temperatures in excess of 75°F (24°C).