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SEM Introduces Transparent Urethane Adhesive for Multiple Substrate Bonding

Published on 2019-02-12. Author : SpecialChem

TAGS:  Polyurethane Adhesives    

SEM-clearpuSEM Products builds upon its 70-year heritage of providing profitable, labor-saving solutions to collision centers with the introduction of Dual-Mix Quick Set 50 – Clear. Dual-Mix Quick Set 50 – Clear is a transparent, two-component, urethane adhesive, with a 50 second set time, designed for plastic repair and general bonding for virtually any substrate.

Dual-Mix Quick Set 50 – Clear : Multiple Properties and Advantages


Dual-Mix Quick Set 50 – Clear is ideal for technicians seeking increased versatility, speed and convenience when mounting emblems and trim components, or completing tab repairs and other general purpose bonding.

It offers transparent color, a 45 second working time, and fast cure that is ready to sand in five minutes. In addition to this new color option, all Dual-Mix Quick Set adhesives now offer an expanded range of suitable substrates, including glass, concrete, and wood.

Adding Convenience to Tab Repair Process


Larry Trexler, SEM’s Marketing Manager, Technical Services & Training, says, “The new Dual-Mix Quick Set 50 – Clear increases the versatility of the already popular, Dual-Mix Quick Set 50 – Black. Not only are we expanding the suitable substrates and broadening the range of applications, we are adding convenience to the tab repair process. The transparent color allows technicians to see the original tab for easy and accurate tab shaping and hole placement.”

Dual-Mix Quick Set 50 – Clear is the newest addition to the market’s most comprehensive cartridge line. Dual-Mix has been trusted for over 25 years with each cartridge covered by the Dual-Mix Forever Warranty and bearing an OEM Recommendation.


Source: SEM
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