BETASEAL U-418 CARTRIDGE

Item #: ESU-418CT

Product Info

DDP SPECIALTY ELECTRONIC MATERIALS US, INC.

BETASEAL™ U-418


BETASEAL™ U-418 speeds installations – eliminates the glass priming step.



BETASEAL U-418 provides primerless-to- glass convenience with excellent workability, sag resistance and convenient drive-away times. BETASEAL U-418 is easy to use and does not require heating. It is available in cartridges.



Product benefits include:



  • Primerless to auto glass

  • FMVSS crash proven

  • Meets all long-term durability

  • requirements

  • Ready to use – no heating required


Applications



  • Structurally bonded or direct glazed automotive glass, such as windshields, backlites, quarter glass and other stationary glass

  • Other uses such as attaching hardware to glass and backfilling to install reveal moldings or other trim


Adhesive system requirements



BETASEAL™ U-418 is an adhesive system. When applied according to the installation instructions, BETASEAL U-418 helps restore windshield structures to their original strength. The complete system includes the following products:



BETACLEAN™ GC-800 Glass & Surface Cleaner effectively removes contamination from the windshield. It evaporates quickly to ensure a residue-free bonding surface.



BETAPRIME™ 5404A Pinchweld and Encapsulation Primer promotes adhesion to the vehicle body. It inhibits rust in small nicks and scratches. It also activates PAAS (Pre-Applied Adhesive System), promotes adhesion to PVC and RIM substrates and prepares PVC trim for bonding.



BETAPRIME 5201TF Bare Metal Etch Primer (if required) primes bare metal areas larger than 1/2” (1.3 cm) square



BETACLEAN U-424 Urethane Adhesive Cleaner safely removes excess uncured urethane adhesive. It does not harm most automotive finishes, vinyl roof fabrics or unpainted dashboards.


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Item Specifications

  • 1.16 lbs per EA

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