Kestopur PL 100/10
1-component polyurethane adhesive

Kestopur PL 100/10 is a one-component polyurethane adhesive for the gluing of metal and insulation materials in sandwich panel constructions in the shipping industry.




Kestopur PL 100/10 is a fast-curing, fire classified moisture curing, one-component polyurethane adhesive. Builds some amount of foam while curing. Kestopur PL adhesives are fire classified according to IMO FTPC (IMO Resolution MSC.61(67) Part 5) and have an MED certificate (Wheelmark). Kestopur PL 100/10 is used for the gluing of e.g. wood, steel, aluminium, various insulation materials and plastics. Retains its elasticity also at low temperatures.

Package Size Product Code
Kestopur PL 100/10 Schütz cont T1161.996
Density/specific weight

Approx. 1.50 kg/dm³



Lap shear strength

-SS/SS 5 N/mm²
-sheet metal coated with epoxy paint 12 N/mm²


9 000 mPas (Brookfield, RVT 20 °C)

Open time

max. 15 min.


200–400 g/m² depending on materials

Pressing time

3 h / 20 °C (water spray 20–30 g/m²)

Package sizes

200 l drum, 1 000 l steel container


Unopened (+10–+20) °C for 6 months. Note! During the summer months, when the weather is warmer and air humidity higher, the shelf-life can be significantly shorter, even 3 months. Max. storing temperature +30 °C.

Instructions for use

The surfaces to be bonded must be clean and dry. Remove oxidations, grease and other impurities using solvent or by sanding, depending on the case. Apply the adhesive in an even layer on one of the surfaces. A thin layer of water sprayed on the adhesive layer shortens the pressing time. Remove fresh adhesive stains with a dry cloth and clean the surfaces with acetone or xylene. Hardened adhesive can only be removed by mechanical means. We recommend using adhesive at room temperature. However, the gluing can be carried out at lower temperatures (even at +5–10°C), but then the curing time will be much longer.

Environment and safety

Avoid unnecessary skin contact with and exposure to the fresh product: use safety gloves. Refer to material safety data sheet. For information on product and package disposal, visit