Active Play AS H 8006 (Polyurethane adhesive)

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Chemische naam
Prepolymer based on diphenylmethane diisocyanate
Universeel product Universeel product
Individuele vragen
MSDS Algemene verkoopvoorwaarden
Certificaat van gezondheidskwaliteit Certificaat van gezondheidskwaliteit ISO 14001 ISO 14001 ISO 9001 ISO 9001
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Active Play AS H 8006 is the sixth in a row, one-component pre-polymer adhesive based on diphenylmethane diisocyanate (MDI). Alike previous versions of the adhesive, its technology is based on aromatic isocyanates. It is essential that although the adhesive is the product ready for use, it is not resistant to UV radiation. Therefore, it is suggested that surface layer produced made using the adhesive should be precisely secured, for instance by an additional layer of UV resistant product. Most often it is the sunlight that causes colour degradation, especially in the case of using brighter colours of granulate. It is worth stressing that the adhesive in this version has a wider application as regards the open time which amounts from 6 to 12 hours (time measured after using water mist from the atomiser). Alike previous versions, the adhesive can be used to produce elements from rubber granulates on the basis of both hot and cold formed SBR and EPDM.

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Eigenschappen en toepassingen
  • Flexible rubber slabs
  • Surface slabs for playgrounds, fitness rooms, gyms (outdoor and indoor) etc.
  • Sport surfaces (e.g. for football pitches, tennis courts)
  • Rubber Surface for safe playgrounds for kids

Markten en toepassingen
GEVAL / Lijmen
Sport en recreatie / Oppervlakken voor speeltuinen, Sportoppervlakken

GEVAL / Lijmen


Consumentenproducten en verpakkingen
Polyurethaan / Poliurethaan systemen

alternatieve namen
Prepolymer based on diphenylmethane diisocyanate, Polyurethane, Polyurethane systems, PU, PUR

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