Kestopur 200/50 is a two-component polyurethane adhesive for the gluing of metal, wood and insulation materials, as well as fibre composites in sandwich panel constructions for the transportation industry.
- Strong, durable
- Suitable for automatic application
Kestopur 200/50 gives a strong, yet elastic bond. Ideal for both manual and automatic application. Suitable for the gluing of e.g. wood, metal, insulation materials, PVC, polystyrene, glass fibre and concrete. Used in conjunction with Kestopur 200/S hardener. Adhesive is compliant with M1 Emission Classification of Building Materials.
|Package Size||Product Code|
|Kestopur 200/50 300 kg/200 l suoras.||T1390.333|
Resin: 1.6 g/cm³, hardener: approx. 1.2 g/cm³
SS 11 N/mm² (28 d 23°C, 50 % RH)
4 N/mm² (DIN 53504)
50 % (DIN 53504)
Shore D 60
5 weight parts Kestopur 200/50 resin + 1 weight part Kestopur 200/S hardener
Resin approx. 14 000 mPas, Hardener: approx. 200 mPas (Brookfield RVT +20°C)
approx. 6,200 mPas (Brookfield RVT +20°C)
approx. 50 min (120g, 20°C, 50 % RH)
max. 1 h 30min (23 °C, RH 50 %)
200–600 g/m² depending on materials
Min. 4 h 30 min / 20 °C
Unopened at +10–25 °C in a container (1000 l) for 6 months, in smaller containers 12 months. After long storing, stir before use.
The surfaces to be bonded must be clean and dry. Remove oxides by sanding, and grease and other dirt with Kiilto Cleaner 303. The properly cleaned surface can be sanded and primed to improve adhesion. Remove the sanding dust carefully prior to adhesive application. Stir Kestopur 200/50 resin before use. Add Kestopur 200/S hardener to the resin and mix until a uniform colour is achieved. Apply the adhesive on one or both sides of the materials to be bonded. Fresh adhesive stains are removed with a dry cloth and surfaces are wiped with Kiilto Cleaner 303 or Kiilto Cleaner 302. Hardened adhesive can only be removed by mechanical means. We recommend gluing at room temperature. The open time of the adhesive depends on temperature and air humidity. However, the gluing can be carried out at lower temperatures (even at +10 °C), but then the pressing time will be significantly longer and spreading properties will suffer. A higher pressing temperature will shorten the pressing time.
The information given in this product data sheet is based on our tests and our practical knowledge. The technical data is defined in standard conditions. Variations in local working conditions will affect the product performance and result. The result is also strongly affected by working methods. We guarantee the high quality of our products according to our Quality Management System. No liability can be accepted from incorrect use of the product or prevailing conditions, over which we have no control. Thus, we cannot be held responsible for the final result. The user of the product must test the product’s suitability for the intended application.