Metal Putty 56g

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  • Metal Putty 56g
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Metal Putty 56g

LIQUI MOLY Metal 2-Component Epoxy Putty 56g

2-component epoxy putty which bonds to all materials. Stable in the presence of salt solutions, dilute aqueous acids and dilute alkalis. Mechanical processing can be performed after approx. 20 minutes.

For repairing cracks in housings and refurbishing damaged tapped holes.

Adherent 2-component epoxy resin putty with very good chemical resistance. Ideally suited for permanent quick repairs such as sealing cracks or repairing damaged threaded holes in iron, cast iron and other surfaces. Also suitable for magnesium. After curing, the repaired site can be machined, ground and painted over.

  • Outstanding chemical resistance
  • Rapid curing
  • Permanent quick repairs
  • After curing, suitable for machining
  • Can be ground and painted over
  • Cures even under water

    Base: 2-c-epoxy resin metal filled
    Color / appearance: dark grey
    Processing time: ca. 3-4 min
    Initial strength: 8-10 min
    Final strength: 24 h
    Processing temperature: +10 to +30 °C
    Curing temperature: +6 to +30 °C
    Combined tension and shear resistance: 4,5 N/mm² DIN 53283
    Mixing ratio: 1:1
    Shore D hardness: 87
    Operating temperature range: -50°C to +180°C ( short term to +300°C))
    Shrinkage: ca. 0,05 %
    Thermal conductivity: 0,60 W/m·K
    Capacity for electrical breakdown: 3,0 kV/mm
    Bridging of adhesive gap: 15 mm
    Shelf life in original sealed container: 36 months
    Recommended storage temperature: 20 °C


    For sealing cracks in housings, for repairing damaged threaded holes and for securing stud bolts, etc.

    To obtain the optimum adhesion, the area to be treated should be free from dirt, grease and oil residues. Use a knife to cut off the required length of metal putty from the roll and knead it well.
    Note: The two components are mixed together by kneading them together and the metal putty begins to cure. Processing should be performed within 3–4 minutes. The mechanical processing can be performed after approx. 20 minutes.

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