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3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Neoprene High Performance Rubber And Gasket Adhesive 1300

3M Product Number  1300     
3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Neoprene High Performance Rubber And Gasket Adhesive 1300 is a yellow solvent type synthetic rubber based adhesive
  • High immediate strength
  • Fast-Drying and heat resistant for rubber and metal
  • Meets MIL-M-81288 and MMM-A-121
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Overview

High immediate strength and good heat resistance. It is a general-purpose adhesive that can be used for bonding most rubber and gasketing materials to most metal, baked enamel, wood, plastics and neoprene, SBR and butyl rubber.

Specifications

Application MethodFlow, Spray, Brush
ApplicationsWall Lining and Flooring, Rubber & Vinyl Floor Bonding, Bond Rubber Gaskets to Metal
Bonding Range (One Surface)Up to 12 minutes, Up to 8 minutes
Bonding Range (Two Surfaces)Up to 12 minutes, Up to 8 minutes
BrandScotch-Weld
ColorYellow
ConsistencyMedium liquid
FlammabilityFlammable
Heat Resistance<230 Degree Fahrenheit
IndustriesGeneral Industrial
Meets SpecificationsMMM-A-121, Mil-M-81288
Net Weight1 Dry Quart (US), 5 Gallon, 5 oz, 1 Gallon, 54 Gallon, 1 Dry Pint
Product FormPint, Quart, Gallon, Tube
Size5 oz.
Solids Weight Percent (Approximate)29.1 Percent, 23.6 to 43.8 Percent
Strength RequirementsHigh Strength
Sub-CategoriesNon-Structural Adhesives
Substrate 1Rigid Foam (Beadboard Styrene), Flexible Foam (Latex, Urethane), Fabric, Felt, Cork & Fibrous Glass, Rigid Foam (Urethane), Leather, Plastics (ABS, PVC, Acrylic), Metal, Paper & Cardboard, Glass & Ceramics, Wood & Hardboard, Rubber (Except EPDM)
Substrate 2Rigid Foam (Beadboard Styrene), Flexible Foam (Latex, Urethane), Fabric, Felt, Cork & Fibrous Glass, Rigid Foam (Urethane), Leather, Plastics (ABS, PVC, Acrylic), Metal, Paper & Cardboard, Glass & Ceramics, Wood & Hardboard, Rubber (Except EPDM)
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)667 Grams Per Litre, <=706 Grams Per Litre