Silicone Glue - Bostik ISR 70-05

600 ML (900 Gr.)


This product is NEW TECHNOLOGY this is SMP based, SMP is the best now.


SMP uses the good parts of Silicone and PU, below is the comparasion:




Product
Simson ISR 70-05 AP sskf is a Silyl Modified Polymer (SMP) based adhesive with a high tensile strength
and is suitable for making elastic constructive joints but can also be used as a sealant. ISR 70-05 AP sskf
has been tested and certified to the International Maritime Organisation Fire Test Procedures for Surface
Flammability, resolution A.687 and is approved for bonding deck materials onto steel or aluminium.
ISR 70-05 AP sskf used with the Dual SMP
® technology guarantees an increased and controlled cure speed
and reliability in the production process and extends the application possibilities.


Applications

  • Elastic bondings and sealings in e.g. bus-, caravan-, train- and yacht construction.
  • Bonding of roofs on busses, trains, trucks.
  • Bonding of corner profiles of aluminium or polyester on trailers.
  • Bonding of polyester parts on metal frames.
  • Bonding of floor systems.


Features

  • Solvent-, isocyanate- and PVC free.
  • Very good UV-resistance and ageing properties.
  • In general good adhesion on several substrates without the use of a primer.
  • Permanently elastic in a temperature range of -40°C to +120°C.
  • Neutral, odourless and fast curing.
  • Paint compatible with most industrial paint- or lacquer systems, both alkyd resin and dispersion based
    (due to the large scale of different types of industrial paints a paint compatibility test is recommended).
  • Paintable after skin forming (wet on wet); this will not significantly influence the curing speed.


Adhesion
In general ISR 70-05 AP sskf adheres well without primer on clean, dry, dust- and grease free substrates
of aluminium, stainless steel, galvanised steel, zinc, copper, brass, powder coated metal, most lacquered
metal surfaces, glass, PVC, polyester (GRP), painted and lacquered wood, etc. No adhesion on untreated
polyethylene, polypropylene and teflon. In those cases where, due to great thermal or physical loads
and especially under wet conditions, high adhesion demands are needed, the use of Simson Prep M
is recommended. Prep M degreases and prepares the surface of the substrate in one step. On plain,
untreated wooden surfaces and other porous substrates Simson Prep P is recommended. For more details
concerning Prep M and Prep P consult the specific Technical Data Sheets. For not mentioned substrates
and additional information consult Bostik.


Method of use
ISR 70-05 AP sskf can easily be extruded with a hand- or air pressure gun at temperatures between +5°C
and +35°C. In sealing applications ISR 70-05 AP sskf should be tooled or smoothened within 20 minutes
(at 20°C/50% R.H.) with a spatula or putty knife, occasionally moistened with a soap solution. Avoid soap
solution penetrating between joint sides and sealant, because this will create loss of adhesion
  In bonding applications the substrates have to be assembled within 30 minutes (at 20°C/50% R.H.) after applying ISR 70-05 AP sskf. In general an adhesive thickness of 2 mm is recommended. At a temperature of +20°C and a relative humidity of 50% ISR 70-05 AP sskf can be painted with the most industrial paints already 10 minutes after application. Best adhesion of paint coats is generally obtained if painted within 4 hours after applying ISR 70-05 AP sskf. Cleaning tools or removing uncured residue of ISR 70-05 AP sskf can be done with a clean colourless cloth, wetted with Simson Liquid 1. It is recommended to make a trial first to check possible attack of the substrate by Liquid 1.


Technical data

Basic material                              Silyl Modified Polymer (SMP)

Curing method                            Moisture

Specific gravity                            ca. 1.5 g/ml

Skin forming time                       ca. 20 min.          (20°C/50% R.H.)

Open time                                    < 30 min.             (20°C/50% R.H.)

Curing speed after 24 hrs        ca. 3 mm               (20°C/50% R.H.)

Shore A hardness                     ca. 60                      (DIN 53505)

Volume change                        < 3%                         (DIN 52451)

Tensile stress (100%)              ca. 2.3 MPa             (DIN 53504/ISO 37)

Tensile stress at break           ca. 2.9 MPa             (DIN 53504/ISO 37)

Elongation at break                ca. 250%                 (DIN 53504/ISO 37)

Shear stress                             ca. 2.4 MPa            (DIN 53283/ASTM D1002)

                                                 (Alu-Alu; adh. thickness 2 mm, test speed 50 mm/min.)

Tear propagation                  ca. 16 N/mm            (DIN 53515/ISO 34)

                                                  (Type C, test speed 500 mm/min.)

E-Modulus(10%)                    ca. 5.5 MPa               (DIN 53504/ISO 37)

Solvent percentage               0%

Isocyanate percentage         0%

Temperature resistance      -40°C till +120°C

Application temperature    +5°C till +35°C

UV- and weather resistance    excellent

Colours (standard)                    white, black, grey

Packaging                               290 ml cartridges, 400 ml and 600 ml sausages, other packaging on request


Storage stability

ISR 70-05 AP sskf can be stored for 12 months in an original, unopened container in a dry place at temperatures between

+5°C and +30°C (cartridges 18 months).


Further information

The following publications are available on request:

  • Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)


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Silicone Glue - Bostik ISR 70-05

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