Designed for the locking and sealing of metal parts, Permabond® A130 is ideally suited for use on components that need to be dismantled for maintenance. Giving outstanding vibration resistance it can be used to replace a wide range of mechanical locking devices. Its excellent chemical resistance makes it suitable for sealing small hydraulic and pneumatic fittings and can dramatically reduce the effects of corrosion.
Features and Benefits
Excellent chemical resistance
Lubricates threads for easier assembly
Provides corrosion protection
WRAS listed for contact with wholesome (potable) water
Surface Preparation Prior to Using Permabond A130 Though the anaerobic adhesives will tolerate a slight degree of surface contamination, best results are obtained on clean, dry and grease free surfaces. The use of a suitable solvent-based cleaner (such as acetone or isopropanol) is recommended.
In general, roughened surfaces (~25μm) give higher bond strengths than polished or ground surfaces.
To reduce the curing time, especially on inactive surfaces (such as zinc, aluminum, and stainless steel), the use of Permabond A905 or ASC10 can be considered.
Directions for Use of Permabond A130 1) Prevent the tip from touching metal surfaces during application.
2) When working with through holes, dispense a bead of material across the contact length of the threads.
3) When working with blind holes, apply several drops down the threads to the bottom of the hole.
4) Assemble and torque the parts as necessary.
5) Replace lid to bottle to avoid contamination of remaining liquid adhesive.
For more information download the Technical Data Sheet