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Steinel Low Melt Glue Sticks 11mm 20pcs - 052409

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Steinel Low Melt Glue Sticks 11mm 20pcs - 052409

Glue with low application temperature for heat-sensitive materials, solvent-free. Firm after a maximum of 80 seconds, strong bond after approx. 40 seconds. For use with the GluePRO 400 LCD Glue Gun.

1 pack of 20 sticks
Excl. VAT: £14.18 Incl. VAT: £17.02
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Low Melt Glue Sticks by Steinel - Size 11mmØ Clear Glue Sticks

For temperature-sensitive materials.

Its low melting temperature makes the Low-Melt adhesive particularly suitable for heat-sensitive materials, such as PU foam and polystyrene. With an application temperature of only 130°C, it protects the base surface it is applied to. The material is firm after a maximum of 80 seconds, with a strong bond being provided after approx. 40 seconds. (Times and recommended adhesive are rough guides only).

Firm after a maximum of 80 seconds, strong bond after approx. 40 seconds.

For use with the GluePRO 400 LCD Glue Gun.


Box Contains

20pcs Clear Glue Sticks

 

Applications
Suitable for: Paper, Card / cardboard boxes, Rubber, Rubber (CR), ABS, POM, Rigid PVC, PU foam, Polystyrene
Specifications

Melt Temperature: 130°C
Suitable for: Paper, Card / cardboard boxes, Rubber, Rubber (CR), ABS, POM, Rigid PVC, PU foam, Polystyrene
Glue reaches final strength after: 12h
Thermally Stable: 5 - 50°C
Open Time: 40s
Setting Time: 80s
Solvent-free: Yes
Version: 20 ea. (600g)

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