Loctite 660 high strength cylindrical holding glue fill gap shaft pin wear repair glue
Notes for Loctite 660 Glue:
1. This product is not suitable for use in pure oxygen and/or oxygen-rich environment, and cannot be used as a sealing material for chlorine gas or other strong oxidizing substances.
2. This product is not recommended for use on plastics (especially thermoplastics, which may cause cracking). It is recommended that the product be tested for material compatibility before application.
3. When using cleaning agent to clean the surface of the material, the compatibility of the cleaning agent and glue should be checked. In some cases, the cleaning agent used may affect the curing and performance of the glue.
Loctite 660 glue for disassembly: Local heating to 250℃ for assembly. Disassembly is performed while heating.
Locate660 glue clarity: The intercom is immersed in solvent or mechanically polished using tools such as a steel brush.
Storage conditions of Loctite 660 Glue: The product is stored in unopened original packaging in a cool and dry place. The storage method is marked on the outer package of the product. The ideal storage condition is: 8℃-21℃.
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Loctite 660 adhesive product introduction:
Chemical type: ethyl carbamate methacrylate
Appearance (uncured) : metallic gloss grey paste
Composition: Single component – no mixing required
Curing mode: anaerobic
Secondary curing: accelerant
Product characteristics of Loctite 660 adhesive (before curing) :
Specific gravity @25℃ : 1.13
Viscosity: 250000/1500 0000 cP
Curing time: 20min/ 24h
Maximum interstitial degree: 0.5mm
Heat resistance: 150°C
Shear strength: 23 n / ㎟
Application of Loctite 660 GLUE: Typical use Paul fills tight fit press fit parts, gaps between key groove and spline, assembly bearings and bushings, and makes press fit bond holding strength higher.
Curing properties of Loctite 660 glue
A: Relationship between curing speed and substrate: Curing speed depends on the substrate used.
B: Relationship between curing speed and gap: Curing speed depends on the size of the gap.
C: Relationship between curing speed and temperature: Curing speed depends on temperature.
D: Relationship between curing speed and accelerators: When curing speed is very slow or the gap is large, the application of accelerators can accelerate the curing speed.