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Permabond TA4610

PERMABOND® TA4610 is a 2-part, 1:1 toughened acrylic adhesive. It has been developed to bond low surface energy plastics such as polypropylene and polyethylene – with no primer or surface treatment required. It can also be used to bond a wide variety of other materials such as metals and composite materials and is ideal for bonding dissimilar surfaces.

Features & Benefits

  • Adhesion to a wide variety of substrates
  • Full cure at room temperature
  • Bonds polyolefins
  • No primer required
  • Good impact strength
  • Good chemical resistance

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