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CONTENTS CONCRETE REPAIR CORROSION CONTROL GROUTS & ANCHORS PROTECTIVE COATINGS INDUSTRIAL FLOORING SURFACE TREATMENTS JOINT SEALANTS CONCRETE JOINTING JOINT FILLERS WATERPROOFING WATERSTOPS ROOFING TIMBER FLOORING ALPHABETICAL INDEX Technical Data Sheet Application Instructions Surface preparation All surfaces must be clean and dry, free from any dust, grease, oil or other contaminants. Surfaces should mate well, without gaps or ridges, and as far as practicable there should be minimal stresses on the joint in service. Initial adhesion trials are always recommended on plastics, and on any nonstandard substrates to ensure that the adhesive is suitable for its intended use. Application Apply evenly to both surfaces, using a brush or a notched contact adhesive spreader. Where surfaces are different, apply adhesive first to the more porous surface, as solvent evaporation will be slower due to some solvent absorption. Allow solvents to evaporate completely (test by rubbing gently with a dry finger - generally this takes from 10 to 30 minutes depending on spread and surface porosity) then bring the two surfaces together in the desired alignment until fully in contact with each other. Apply pressure with a hammer and padded block, small roller, or other device, from the centre outwards to exclude air bubbles. Once this stage is completed, the assembly can be put into service. Cleaning Equipment should be cleaned using Solvent 10. Note that the longer an adhesive has been allowed to dry, the more difficult cleaning up will be. Hands should be washed thoroughly with soap and water. Adhesive spilled on the skin will require use of a suitable industrial hand cleaner. Use of a barrier cream on hands is recommended. Limitations Not suitable for use with expanded polystyrene. Use plasticised vinyl, polyethylene and some other plastics. Supply Product Code: 900006 - 20 litre Coverage: 2 - 5 m² per litre depending on 547 Fosroc® Adhesive A901 Uses Adhesive A901 is a general purpose brush applied contact adhesives. Based on polychloroprene, Adhesive A901 is formulated for fast, efficient bonding of decorative laminates to timber substrates. Adhesive A901 is also suitable for bonding most rubber, timber, leather and metallic materials to themselves or each other. The principal application is bonding decorative laminates to particle board. Advantages „ Apply using scraper or brush „ Easy and economical to apply „ Eliminates the need for screws, nails or clamping „ Provides a tough permanent bond „ Bonds to most materials used in joinery or cabinet making Description Adhesive A901 is based on a carefully formulated blend of polychloroprene rubbers and synthetic resins borne in organic solvents. Adhesive A901 has high solids and medium viscosity to allow easy application by stiff brush or notched spreader. Technical Support Parchem offers a comprehensive range of high performance, high quality repair, maintenance and construction products. In addition, the company offers a technical support package to specifiers, end-users and contractors, as well as on-site technical assistance. Properties Form: Medium viscosity liquid Colour: Yellow Drying time: 10 - 30 minutes Permissible open time: Normally up to 2 hours. Open times more than 30 minutes may require higher pressures applied after combining. Bonds may be reactivated by applying heat or by solvent wiping Service temperature range: Up to 100°C (note: maximum range resistance is developed after 1 - 2 weeks) Adhesion: Excellent initial bond, increasing in strength with age November 2012 Page 1 application Storage 12 months in unopened container stored in a cool, dry place. November 2012


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