3M 1300 Neoprene High Performance Rubber and Gasket Adhesive Yellow 5 gal Pail

Part number: 1300 5 GALLON PAIL Manufacturer SKU: 7000121200
3M 1300 Neoprene High Performance Rubber and Gasket Adhesive Yellow 5 gal Pail
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1 $892.86 892.860000000 USD New Available 1300 5 GALLON PAIL
2 $764.54 764.540000000 USD New Available 1300 5 GALLON PAIL
3+ $716.42 716.420000000 USD New Available 1300 5 GALLON PAIL
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  • A Made in the USA
  • D Haz Class 3
  • O California Sales Restriction

3M Neoprene High Performance Rubber and Gasket Adhesive 1300 Yellow, formerly known as Scotch-Grip, is a medium viscosity, polychloroprene adhesive that is used for bonding wood, butyl rubber, plastics, metal, and neoprene. It is high strength, heat resistant, and can be applied by brushing and spraying methods. 5 gal Pail.

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<p>3M Neoprene High Performance Rubber and Gasket Adhesive 1300 Yellow, formerly known as Scotch-Grip, is a medium viscosity, polychloroprene adhesive that is used for bonding wood, butyl rubber, plastics, metal, and neoprene. It is high strength, heat resistant, and can be applied by brushing and spraying methods. 5 gal Pail.</p> <p><span style="color: #ff0000;"><span>This product has special restrictions. Please view the Special Information tab for more details.</span></span></p>
Typical Use: Used to bond metal, wood, most plastics, and neoprene, reclaim, SBR, and butyl rubber.
Chemical Composition: Polychloroprene
Color: Yellow
Components: 1 part
Cure System: Room Temperature
Flash Point: -26 °C
Peel Strength: 18 to 52 lb/in depending on temperature.
Service Temperature: -34 to 149 °C
Shear Strength: 85 to 549 depending on temperature.
Specific Gravity: 0.88
Viscosity: 1,500 to 4,000
Working Time: &lt;12min

This item cannot be sold to customers within the Southern California South Coast Air Quality Management District. To view South Coast District regulations, click here. Other districts within California may enforce similar regulations. To review other districts, click here or consult your local Air Quality Management office for current regulations.

 

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