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AmberHot Melt Glue Stick 1/2" Diameter, 10" Length, 374, PK
- Item # 21R555
- Mfr. Model # UX101210
- UNSPSC # 31201609
- Catalog Page # 3110
- Shipping Weight 22.95 lbs.
- ItemHot Melt Glue Stick
- For Use WithMfr. No. HB 220, HB 700KD Extrusion, HB 710 Extrusion, HB 710 Spray, HB 710 HT
- Temp. Range325 to 390 Degrees F
- Application Time2 min.
- Full Cure10 min.
- Peel StrengthNot Specified
- Shear Strength250 psi
- Tensile Strength275 psi
- SubstratesFinished Concrete, Multiple Plastics, Foam (polyurethane, Polystyrene, Melamine, Wood, Fiberglass, Pvc, Metal, Epdm Rubber, Glass, Ceramic Tile, Bricks, Multiple Fabrics, and Etc.
- CharacteristicsUX 101210 has a long open time with 150F heat resistance and bonds securely to a wide variety of difficult substrates.
Compliance and Restrictions
- Item # 21R554PAM FASTENING
Price $360.00 / pkg. of 374
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