|Material is heated above||100C|
|Temperatures as low as||90C|
Heat cured adhesives can be either one-part or two-part products. Typically, cure and the development of adhesion are not achieved until the material is heated above 100C. Newly developed formulations cure more quickly at temperatures as low as 90C. At these temperatures, the adhesives will generally cure in about an hour. For all the heat cure adhesives higher temperatures will result in the faster cure. Limitations on cure speed are generally dependent on the temperatures that the unit and components are able to withstand.
|Air-Flow Direction||Vertical Down Airflow|