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C-Tec Super Fast Plus Extra Strength Precision Industrial Bonding Glue £4.13
C-Tec SuperFast Plus is an extra-strength bonding glue formulated from solvent-free an ethyl-cyanacrylate monomer designed to withstand incredible strain when bonded to virtually any material. (exludes polyethylene, polypropylene and fluorine containing plastic materials)
Resistant against solvents, oils, benzene, temperatures between -30 - 100 degrees celcius, and atmospheric changes, joints bonded with Superfast Plus have outstandingly high tensile shear strength and show no shrinkage.
Superfast Plus can easily bond:
ABS, Aluminium, Bakelite, Bronze, Buthyl, Celluloid, Choroprene, Chrome, Delrin, Glass, Copper, Natural rubber, NBR, Neoprene, Nitril, Nylon, Phenol, Polycarbonate, Polystyrene, Porcelain, Hard PVC, Stainless steel, Steel
For porous materials we reccomend using C-Tec Super Fast Plus Activator
Bonds in seconds
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There are 3 reviews with an average rating of 5.00
olson from United Kingdom20 October 2016 15:24
Watched the video and thought yeah right but i need some supper glue so lets give it a go! As per video its super super glue! awesome stuff
Anonymous from United Kingdom03 November 2016 18:12
Arrived on time and works well does what it claims
Alberto from Spain18 December 2018 20:22
Pego perfectamente la caja del frigorifico que es de plastico y tambien la correo de reloj que es de una especie de goma.
Ed from United Kingdom asks
I was wondering if you C-Tec Bonding Glue is Conductive. Will it work as a solder on low voltage DC circuits and wires?
Andy from United Kingdom (Ex.NI) asks
Once opened, how quickly does this glue go off in the bottle? Usually with 20/50ml bottles of super glue you buy it, get a couple of uses out of it then it's gone hard in bottle or the nozzle is completed blocked solid and you end up throwing it away = massive wastage. Is it any better than other glues in this respect? Thx