Uralane 5774 Aerospace Adhesive


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20 Min Gel Time | 4 Hour Handling Strength
Uralane 5774 A/C is a two component, self-extinguishing, polyurethane adhesive which cures at room or elevated temperature to form tough, impact resistant bonds to thermoplastics or metal substrates.

Uralane 5774 A/C is perfect for circumstances in which a high strength bond is required for difficult to bond to substrates such as Declar T or Kydex, especially when self-extinguishing characteristics are required.

Due to vendor restrictions, this product is only available in Canada. Please call us or request a quote for details.

Catalog Number Description   Qty  
417240 Uralane 5774 A/C DS-50 Cart SO
417240BOE Uralane 5774 A/C DS-50 Cart SO
417245 Uralane 5774 A/C 3 Qt System SO

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