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Fügefest heat-resistant
Fügefest heat-resistant - 1
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Fügefest heat-resistant

For fastening bushings and bearings exposed to high temperatures.

  • Chemical basis: Dimethacrylic acid ester
  • Colour: Green
  • Density: 1.1 g/cm³
  • Suitable for max. thread: M36
  • Max. gap-filling ability: 0.20 mm
  • Min./max. initial strength: 30-40 min
  • Min./max. functional strength: 60-180 min
  • Min./max. final strength: 12 h-24 h
  • Min./max. viscosity /conditions: 10000-16000 mPas / at 25°C, Brookfield RVT, spindle 4/20 rpm
  • Min./max. compressive shearing strength: 30-35 N/mm²
  • Compressive shearing strength conditions: in accordance with DIN 54452
  • Min./max. processing temperature: 5 to 35 °C
  • Min./max. temperature conditions: -55 to 200 °C
  • Min. flashing point: 90 °C
  • Shelf life from production/conditions: 12 Month / at room temperature
  • Weight of content: 50 g

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Art.-no. Chemical basis Colour Density Suitable for max. thread Quantity PU
Dimethacrylic acid ester Green 1.1 g/cm³ M36
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  • Maximum joint filling capacity of 0.2 mm

  • Prevents frictional corrosion

  • Strength at 100°C still 85% of maximum strength

  • Fast curing

  • Resistant to a large number of bases, gases, solvents, oils and fuels

  • Silicone and solvent-free

The following plastics can be affected in the event of prolonged exposure: ABS, celluloid, polystyrene,

polycarbonate (Makrolon), PMMA (Plexiglas), Polysulfone, SAN (lurane, Tyril), Vinidur, vulcanised fibre and painted surfaces. We always recommend that you conduct your own tests.