Hot Stuff Stone Repair Instant Glues
- Satellite City
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CA Glue from Satellite City
Woodworkers, dental laboratories, furniture repair shops, musical instrument manufacturers, hobbyists, jewelry makers, and many others have known for decades that Satellite City adhesives are the CA glue that can be trusted to perform reliably, even in difficult situations and when time is limited.
Why should I use Satellite City instant glue instead of some other brand?
Which CA glue should I use?
Use the thinnest glue that will fill the gap between the pieces you are bonding. For example, if you are repairing a broken piece of china which was cleanly broken, using Hot Stuff Original will allow you to make the best repair because it is very thin and the pieces fit perfectly together. If you use Special T instead, the thickness of the glue will create space between the parts, and while it will certainly bond them together, it will look ugly. Conversely, if you are gluing together two pieces of unsanded wood, use Super T or Special T, depending on the gap between the pieces, because Hot Stuff Original simply will not fill in the gap and will not create a bond.
Why do I need solvent?
Can I use acetone as a solvent?
WARNING! SUPER SOLVENT Debonder can expose you to chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer. Learn more P65.govNitromethane
WARNING! NCF QUICK Accelerator can expose you to chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer. Learn more P65.gov
WARNING! NCF Stone Accelerator can expose you to chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive harm. Learn more P65.gov
Hot Stuff Original thin CA glue strength after 24 hours at 22 C
|Lap Shear Strength, ISO 4587:|
|Steel (grit blasted)- 2,175 to 3,770 psi||15 to 26 N/mm|
|Aluminum (etched)- 1,740 to 2,755 psi||12 to 19N/mm|
|Zinc dichromate- 870 to 1,885 psi||6 to 13 N/mm|
|ABS- 870 to 2,900 psi||N/mm 6 to 20|
|PVC- 870 to 2,900 psi||N/mm 6 to 20|
|Polycarbonate- 725 to 2,900 psi||N/mm 6 to 20|
|Phenolic- 725 to 2,175 psi||N/mm 5 to 20|
|Neoprene- 725 to 2,175 psi||N/mm 5 to 15|
|Nitrile- 725 to 2,175 psi||N/mm 5 to 15
|Tensile Strength, ISO 6922:|
|Steel- 1,740 to 3,625 psi||N/mm 12 to 25|
|Buna-N- 725 to 2,175 psi||N/mm 5 to 15
|"T" Peel Strength, ISO 11339:
|Steel (degreased)- <2.8 lb/in||N/mm <0.5
|After 10 seconds @ 22 C
|Tensile Strength, ISO 6922:
|Buna-N- ≥870 psi|
|N/mm ≥6.0 LMS|