Zucchini MS deck bonding

Zucchini MS deck bonding is een elastische lijm voor kleine en grote dekken. - 1 component dus makkelijk te verwerken. - Geen krimp bij uitharding. - Geheel Isocyanaat(zuurrest) vrij. - Geheel oplosmiddel vrij. - Zeer goede elasticiteit, zonder schuren, bij thermische expansie van ondergronden. - Grote akoestische isolatie. - Uitstekende hechting op vele ondergronden.

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MS DECK BONDING N is a moisture curing one-part adhesive sealant based on MS POLYMER
Solventless, isocyanate free, virtually no schirinkage, after curing it shows high cohesion,
permanent elasticity, very good resistance to moisture and adhesion to substrates.
• Solventless and isocyanate free.
• Flexible at low (–40°C) and high (+ 100°C) temperatures.
• Neutral, odourless, safety in use.
• Fast curing.
• Good adhesion to wood, metals, GRP.
• Good resistance to ageing and moisture, sound and vibration dampening.

Typical uses:
• MS Deck Bonding N is suitable for bonding teak decks to iron, aluminium, GRP and wood

Method of use:

Adhesion and surface preparation: the surfaces must be dry, clean and degreased. Metal surfaces should be free from oxidation
and treated with anticorrosive protection.
Onto treated metals, the use of a suitable Primer may be required, so previous testing is always recommended.
Onto dry and deoxidated metal surfaces use Primer WP.
Wood free from dust, dry and degreased should be treated with Primer LM/BV.
GRP free from dust should be cleaned with acetone.
Application of adhesive: the adhesive can be extruded by using a hand operated gun or an air gun and tooled by using a putty knife
to obtain, after the lying of the laths, an uniform thickness not lower than 2 mm.
Within 30’ minutes from the application and in any case before skin formation, lay down the wooden laths.
It is recommended to work at a temperature over than 5°C.
Chemical resistance: Ms Deck Bonding N shows a good resistance to water based cleaners.
Previous resistance testing is recommended if cleaners are orderly used.
It can come in contact, for a short period and temporarily, with fuels.