Alpha 8010 Adhesive Rv Rubber Roofing Glue 1 Gallon

Alpha 8010 Adhesive Rv Rubber Roofing Glue 1 Gallon
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  • Item #: 8010
  • Condition: New
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Alpha Systems 8010 Adhesive Features:

  • 1 Gallon
  • 8010 is a technically advanced scientific formula of water base adhesive designed for use as a bonding adhesive for single ply roofing membranes.
  • DESIGNED TO BOND: EPDM, PVC, and Hypalon to wood fiberboard, plywood, EPS, any typical polyisocyanurate insulation, gypsum, concrete, etc.
  • 8010 may be applied by spray, roll coating, or by brush.
  • Grows stronger and adhears more with age.
  • Remains flexible to compensate for expansion and contraction of the membrane itself.
  • COLOR: White (Adhesive will turn from white to clear when it is dry.)
  • Water Based


Alpha Systems 8010 Adhesive Specifications:

  • 1 Gallon
  • SOLVENT: Water Based
  • ADHESIVE TYPE: Modified Acrylic
  • COLOR: White
  • COVERAGE: 160-200 sq ft/gal (1side @ 8-10 mil)
  • NET WEIGHT: 8.50 lbs/gal
  • SOLIDS CONTENT: 68%
  • VISCOSITY: 10,000-15,000 cps (Brookfield RVF)
  • 8010 may be applied by spray, roll coating, or by brush.
    (When using spray application an Aro 650095 4.25 inch air motor with a 30:1 ration pump @ 80 psi using a 651-500 gun equipped with #651551 quick clean and spray tip #T.C. 1565 with 0.015 orifice or similar equipment is recommended).
  • For maximum bond strength a two-sided application is recommended.
    If one surface is porous, such as plywood or fiberboard, it is acceptable to wet laminate the membrane to the substrate.
    If both surfaces are non-porous, such as EPS or ISO apply the adhesive to both surfaces 4 - 5 mils and allow to dry approximately 20 - 30 minutes, depending on conditions.
  • Adhesive will turn from white to clear when it is dry.
  • Apply membrane to roof deck and roll or broom down sheet to assure 100% contact area.
  • DO NOT FREEZE - KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

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