Toolbox High tack is a one=part, high modulus hybrid adhesive with superior wet-grab strength that makes it ideally suited to bonding heavy objects such as metal signs to vertical surfaces. Toolbox High Tack also exhibits superior grab in overhead applications, making is especially suitable for bonding various ceiling components. In addition, Toolbox High tack provides an efficient seal when compressed between substrates. Toolbox High Tack is considered non-hazardous according to GHS regulations.
Free of phthalate plasticisers
Cures to form a strong bond
Rapid skinning and curing
Non-corrosive -does not attack substrates
High viscosity - excellent green strength
Very low odour
Permanently flexible in temperatures between -40°C and +100°C
Paintable wet on wet with waterbased paints
Resistant to water, dilute alkalis, cleaning agents, lime water and mould
* Not suitable a a joint sealant or adhesive for a permanent immersion in chlorinated water
* Not suitable for glazing
* Not suitable for joints required to accommodate a large amount of movement
* Bonding metal signs used in sign-writing
* Automotive assembly, including caravan construction
* General assembly where a high level of bond strength and vibration resistance is required
* Applications where a very high level of green bond strength is required
* Installation of ceiling components, including soffit and other composite panels used in shop fit-out
Cut tip off cartridge. Screw nozzle on to cartridge. Apply to one surface to be bonded with the cartridge verical above the surface having the adhesive applied to it.
Before product skins, mate with other surface.When bonding sheet or panel to a large flat surface, apply beads every 30-40cm along the entire length. Press into position and brace until set if required.
Bond will develop dependent upon thickness of adhesive and ambient conditions. Higher humidity and warmer temperatures will hasten bond development. Minimum film thickness for bonding applications is approx. 2mm. Where a perimeter seal is required apply sufficient Toolbox High Tack relatively close to the edge of the substrate being bonded, so that the adhesive squeezes out to fill the gap between the mated materials. Tool off any excess with a spatula before Toolbox high tack skins.
Toolbox High tack should be applied between 5°C and 35°C. Ensure that the substrates are clean and dry when Toolbox High tack is applied and do not apply where conditions may interfere with good bonding/sealing eg do not apply if frost or ice is present.
Water Based Construction Adhesive
Heavy Duty Construction Adhesive (NZ only)
Solvent based cleaner