Pegacril DS1 glue is a viscous glue indicated for joining acrylic (PMMA) for extrusion and casting.
Viscosity approx.: Up to 1100 mPa-s (Brookfield system No. II / 6 / 20ºC)
Density: 1,46 gr./ cm3
Color: colorless to slightly yellow.
Store in a closed container, in a cool place and away from sources of heat.
It has no flash point.
Expiration: more than three years under normal conditions.
Hardening of the product by dissolution, absorption and evaporation of the treated pieces.
High resistance once the drying is finished.
For bonding and bonding extrusion and casting polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) materials.
The parts to be treated must be free of tension, thus avoiding microcracks due to the action of the solvent.
Tests can also be carried out for gluing other plastic materials.
Gluing with Pegacril DS1 glue is carried out indistinctly in extrusion and casting acrylic. The union is carried out by evaporation of the solvent, leaving the polymer adhered to the pieces.
The edges to be glued must be perfectly flat to avoid the formation of bubbles.
Pegacril DS1 is applied with a small bottle or syringe provided with a cannula or needle, on the edges of the pieces to be joined, exerting a small pressure on them. The gluing time is a few minutes and after this, Pegacril DS1 offers a colorless finish.
It does not fill in the gaps completely. Pegacril DS1 should not be used if there is condensation of moisture, as it can whiten the bond.
The transport and movement of the piece after gluing must take place after four hours. The pieces must be dried in the open air and without wrapping so that the solvent evaporates. Complete evaporation of residual solvent will take place after 48 hours in the open air.
To clean greases and static charges, it is recommended to use Netacril PT.
Minimum training in occupational risk prevention is recommended for the personnel who will handle this product, in order to facilitate the understanding and interpretation of this safety data sheet, as well as the labeling of the product.
Directive 67/548 / EC and Directive 1999/45 / EC:
Contains chloroform and acrylic polymer (PMMA) UN 2810
The product classification has been carried out in accordance with RD 363/1995 (Directive 67/548 / CE) and RD255 / 2003 (Directive 1999/45 / CE), adapting their provisions to Regulation (CE) nº1907 / 2006 (REACH Regulation) according to RD 1802/2008. Carc. Cat 3: R40 - Possible carcinogenic effects, R22: Harmful if swallowed.
Regulation No. 1272/2008 (CLP):
H302 - Harmful if swallowed. H351 - Suspected of causing cancer. H319 - Causes serious eye irritation. H336 - May cause drowsiness or dizziness.