LOCTITE EA 9628 K AERO .060 FILM ADHESIVE
LOCTITE EA 9628 AERO is a modified epoxy film adhesive designed for structural bonds requiring toughness. LOCTITE EA 9628 AERO is available with two carrier fabrics: a knitted nylon (LOCTITE EA 9628K AERO) or a non-woven nylon mat (LOCTITE EA 9628NW AERO). LOCTITE EA 9628 AERO has excellent resistance to most environments.
FEATURES of Loctite EA 9628.060
- Good Toughness
- 235 – 250°F/113 – 121°C Cure
- Bonds Many Materials
- Excellent Durability
This product is in film form and is ready to use as received. The adhesive should be removed from cold storage and allowed to warm to room temperature. All moisture should be removed from the protective packaging before opening. The adhesive film has a protective liner(s) on it that must be removed prior to parts assembly (see “Applying” below). The liner(s) will always be a contrasting color from the adhesive to allow the user easy confirmation of removal.
Storage Life – LOCTITE EA 9628 AERO requires refrigerated storage. Store
0°F/-18°C or below for maximum storage life. Warranty life 0°F/-18°C is 12 months from date of shipment. Store only in sealed containers to prevent moisture contamination. Allow all moisture to evaporate from container before opening for use.
Applying – Bonding surfaces should be clean, dry and properly prepared. For optimum surface preparation consult the LOCTITE Surface Preparation Guide. The adhesive film, with one liner left on it, may be tacked to the detail part for cutting to shape and size. The liner should remain with the adhesive until just before assembly of the detail to the other faying surface. This will minimize contamination of the adhesive bond. The bonded parts should be held in contact until the adhesive has cured. Usually 25 to 50 psi /170 to 340 kPa is sufficient to assure proper mating.
Open Assembly Time – LOCTITE EA 9628 AERO may be used within the following schedule after removing from cold storage:
77°F/25°C at least 20 days 90°F/32°C at least 10 days
Curing – LOCTITE EA 9628 AERO may be cured for 1 hour
250°F/121°C or 90 minutes 235°F/113°C. Heat up rate to the cure temperature is not critical, but should be between 4° and 7°F (2.2° and 4°C) per minute. Pressure should be applied before heating the parts to be bonded and maintained until cool down of the assembly.
36IN X106FT = 501 SQUARE FEET (ROLL)
0.16 lbs per SQ FEET