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Millennium Single-Ply Primer
Description/Overview:

Millennium Single-Ply Primer is a translucent polymer based
roofing primer. Unlike thin primers that run and puddle the
high viscosity formulation promotes uniform coverage on both
horizontal and vertical surfaces. Millennium Single-Ply Primer
does not react with atmospheric moisture allowing it to be
opened and resealed for use at a later date.

Links:
Adhesion Development Rate
Appearance of Primer Prior to Application

Usage/Application Notes:

Millennium Single-Ply Primer is used to prime EPDM and TPO
roofing membrane to provide improved adhesion to the Millen-nium family of EPDM tapes, laminates, and sealants as well as
ADCO’s Cool Cover™ line of TPO tapes, laminates, and sealants.
Millennium Single-Ply Primer is an excellent choice for priming
concrete, OSB, plywood, and metal surfaces.

Packaging:

Millennium Single-Ply Primer is available in the following package:

Pail Size Part # Packaging
1 gallon (3.8L) CN-0195 6 pails/case
3 gallon (11.4L) BK-5557-PA 30 pails/pallet

Coverage rate will be approximately 200-250 sq. ft. per gal-lon (18.6-23.2 sq. m.per liter).

Millennium Primer 240
Product Number: Millennium Primer 240
Description/Overview:

Description
Millennium Primer 240 is a translucent polymer-based primer
used to prepare the surface of single-ply TPO and EPDM
roofing membranes for improved adhesion to seam tapes,
cover tapes, and flashing tapes. Primer 240 has been
formulated with VOC exempt solvents for use in regulated
markets where other solventborne primers can not be used.
This primer does not react with atmospheric moisture allowing
it to be opened and resealed for use at a later date.

Usage/Application Notes:

All work surfaces should be clean, dry, free of dirt, dust, debris,
oils, un-adhered coatings, deteriorated membrane and other
contaminants that may result in a surface that is not sound or is
uneven. If necessary, clean the surface with an approved EPDM
or TPO membrane cleaner prior to application of Millennium
Primer 240.

Packaging:

Millennium Primer 240 is available in the following package:

Pail Size Part # Packaging
1 gallon (3.8L) CN-5781 6 pails/case
3 gallon (11.4L) BK-5781-3 30 pails/pallet

Coverage rate will be approximately 200-225 sq. ft. per
gallon (18.6-20.9 sq meter per liter.) 

HelioBond® PVA 900HM
Description/Overview:

HelioBond® PVA 900HM is a hot-applied synthetic elastomer based
adhesive/sealant that bonds to various substrates and creates a permanent
seal against moisture, dust, and air intrusion. 

HelioBond® PVA 900HM has excellent adhesion to glass, EPDM, TPO, PVC, polyethylene and
various paint systems.

HelioBond® PVA 900HM is extremely resistant to both interior and exterior environmental conditions and has a one-year
minimum shelf life.

Color:  Black

 
Technical Data:
Service Temperature -40° F - 250° F (-40°C - 121°C
Application Temperature 250° F - 300° F (121° C - 150° C)
Shelf Life 1 year

 

Features & Benefits:

HelioBond® PVA 900HM is typically used for bonding and sealing sub-strates in the Solar, Industrial and Automotive Markets.

It provides excellent adhesion to many polar and nonpolar materials

Usage/Application Notes:

Application Instructions
HelioBond® PVA 900HM can be processed with standard hot-melt pump-ing equipment at a temperature of 250°F - 300°F (120°C - 150°C).
 

Packaging:

5 - gallon pail (36 lb.)
55 - gallon drum (385 lb.)


This material can also be supplied in pre-extruded tape form for prototype
evaluations

Storage & Handling:

No assembly application clean up required. If disassembly of Helio-Bond® PVA 900HM is desired, the compound may be remove by pulling rapidly from the substrate.

Residual traces can be removed with an ali-phatic solvent (mineral spirits) or a 50/50 alcohol/water solution.

ADCOSEAL® BX-043
Description/Overview:

ADCOSEAL®  BX-043  is  a  flexible  concrete  construction  joint sealant tape that provides a positive seal by expanding upon contact with moisture.
ADCOSEAL®  BX-043  is  a  special  blend  of  butyl  rubber  poly-mers  and  bentonite  clay  that  provides  superior  expansion characteristics in concrete construction joints.
 

Usage/Application Notes:

ADCOSEAL®  BX-043  is  designed  to  be  used  in  non-moving concrete joints and is ideal for most below grade precast and cast-in-place  joints.   
Typical  applications  are  in  foundation slabs, below grade walls, pipes, and burial vaults. 

HelioSeal® PVS 800
Description/Overview:

HelioSeal® PVS 800 is a hot melt, pumpable elastomer based material designed for use as a back hole and J-Box pottant adhesive/
sealant. HelioSeal® PVS 800 is compatible with standard J-Box plastics such as Lexan, Noryl, Xyron. HelioSeal® PVS 800 provides
a “Best in Class” moisture barrier, superior electrical insulation properties, excellent instant green strength, avoiding long cure
times, and proven excellent adhesion to glass, rubber, plastics, and metals without the use of primers. HelioSeal® PVS 800 can be
applied through existing hot melt manufacturers’ equipment to enable a robust process solution. HelioSeal® PVS 800 has superior
resistance to environmental conditions and maintains good adhesion throughout the temperature extremes -40° F to 220° F (-40°
C to 105° C).

ADCOSEALâ„¢ KORAPOP 216
Description/Overview:

ADCOSEAL™ KORAPOP 216 is a MS polymer based sprayable seam sealer designed for use in the manufacture of vehicles, vehicle bodywork and containers, air conditioning and heating equipment, metalwork, etc. ADCOSEAL™ KORAPOP 216 provides excellent UV performance as well as an extended painting window of up to 5 days.

Features & Benefits:

Features

Benefits

Excellent Adhesion to a Variety of Substrates.

Flexibility/Adhesion to Substrates with Dissimilar Coefficients of Expansion

Instant Paintability. up to 5 Days

No Manufacturing Down Time

Can be used without primer on most materials

Reduced Surface Preparation

Solvent-free

Environmentally Safe

Excellent UV Stability

Extended Elasticity and Appearance Integrity

Shock Resistance and Vibration Damping

Seal, Bond, and Reduce Noise in One Application

Fast Curing

Assembly Time Reduction

AT 3 White Translucent
Chemical Name:

COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

                                                                                                       

                    

 Chemical Name  C.A.S. No Weight 
 Ethylhexyl Acrylate  103-11-7  2 -6
 Acrylic Acid, Glacial   79-10-7    0.1 - 1 
 Octyl/Decyl Acrylate  2156-96-9  0.02 – 0.4
(See Section 8.0, "Exposure Controls / Personal Protection", for exposure guidelines)               

Description/Overview:

CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY INFORMATION 
Manufacturer's Name:  ADCO Products, Inc.                
Manufacturer's Address
  
4401 Page Ave., P.O. Box 457            
Michigan Center, MI    49254                                                         (CHEMTREC) 
Business Phone No:
1-517-764-0334                          
Emergency Phone No:
18004249300                                                     
                                                                                                            Product Name:  AT-3 White Translucent

 
Technical Data:

CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

PHYSICAL STATE:                               Solid
APPEARANCE & ODOR: 
  Various colors, solid, acrylic ester odor.
BOILING POINT:
                                   Not applicable
SPECIFIC GRAVITY:
                             1.0
EVAPORATION RATE: 
                        Not applicable
PERCENT VOLATILES:
                        0%
SOLUBILITY IN WATER:
                      Insoluble
VAPOR PRESSURE:
                             NOT APPLICABLE
VAPOR DENSITY (AIR = 1):
                 Not applicable
PERCENT SOLIDS BY WEIGHT:           100%

MELTING POINT:                                 Not applicable


Features & Benefits:
  • Pressure sensitive bonding
  • Stain resistant after aged contact
  • Solid composition for easy cutting
  • Moisture resistant
  • Excellent weathering properties
  • Reduces and dampens vibration and shock
  • Maintains adhesion at sub-zero temperatures
  • Hardening or brittle resistant with age
  • Solid acrylic core for superior strength
  • Flexible, moldable, compressible – conforms to intricate shapes
  • Approved to GM specification GM3802M TYPE 14
  • Approved to Chrysler specification MS-CH59-C
  • Approved to Ford specification WSB-M3G138-B
Usage/Application Notes:

ACRYLIC TAPE AND ADHESION PROMOTER
APPLICATION GUIDE

1.     Substrate Evaluation

Acrylic adhesive is suitable for bonding a variety of substrates, including many plastics composites, sealed wood and metals.  Low energy surface materials such as polyethylene, polypropylene, silicones and Teflon can be a problem bonding.  Thorough evaluation is recommended when bonding to any questionable surface.  An adhesion promoter (primer) for use with pressure sensitive acrylic adhesives may be necessary to facilitate proper bonding and is available from ADCO Products.

2.     Preparation of Substrate

The substrate to be bonded should be cleaned with an appropriate solvent, preferably IPA (Isopropanol) no more that 15 minutes prior to bonding of acrylic adhesive backed part.  To ensure removal of all contaminants without leaving any residue, use a clean, lint-free wiping cloth or disposable wipe (never recycled rags).  Other solvents such as hexane, heptane or methanol may be suitable for cleaning various substrates after thorough evaluation.  The substrate must be thoroughly dry through evaporation of the solvent with radiant heat, hot air dryers or with time before bonding acrylic adhesive backed parts.  Insure optimum substrate temperature, never below 60°F. (15°C) at application time.  Assure application temperature of 50°F to 100°F (10°C to 38°C).

3.     Adhesive Promoter Application – If necessary

Apply the ADCO AP-1 Adhesive Promoter to the substrate(s) either with a lint-free applicator or foam brush.  Apply the Adhesion Promoter in a “wet” laydown thickness range of 1-8 mils.  Allow the Adhesion Promoter to dry approximately (5) minutes.  Don’t touch the Adhesion Promoter.

4.  Application of Adhesive Backed Part to the Substrate

Remove the protective release liner from the acrylic tape immediately prior to applying the part to be bonded, being careful not to contaminate the acrylic adhesive.  Apply within 15 minutes after the adhesion promoter has been applied.  Apply the part to be bonded without entrapping air between the tape and the substrate with a recommended minimum application pressure of 15 pounds per inch of tape width to achieve adhesive to substrate contact and maximum bond strength.                                  

 

 

Storage & Handling:

HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING: Keep away from ignition sources (e.g., heat, sparks, or open flames).
STORAGE:
      Store in a cool dry area.

EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION  
EYE:None required; however, use of eye protection is good industrial practice.
SKIN:
None required; however, good industrial hygiene should be practiced.
INHALATION:  Not required: however, use of adequate ventilation is good industrial practice.
 
EXPOSURE GUIDELINES: 
     

COMPONENT        CAS #                   EXPOSURE LIMITS
Ethylhexyl Acrylate       103-11-7            5mg/m3           
Acrylic Acid, Glacial      79-10- 7            10ppm           
Octyl/Decyl Acrylate     2156-96-9          NA                                  

Health & Safety:

HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION 

EMERGENCY OVERVIEW: This product has been evaluated and does not require any hazard warning on the label under OSHA criteria.

POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS:

EYE CONTACT Foreign body - irritation
SKIN CONTACT: No significant health hazard identified

INHALATION No significant health hazard identified

INGESTION:    No significant health hazard identified

HMIS CODE (Health : 0) (Flammability : 1)  (Reactivity : 0)

NFPA CODE(Health : 0)  (Flammability : 1)  Reactivity : 0)

 

FIRST AID MEASURES

EYEFlush eye with plenty of water.  Seek medical assistance for mechanical removal of foreign bodies from the eye. 

SKIN: Clean skin with soap and water or waterless hand cleaner.

INHALATION:  If adverse effects occur, remove to fresh air.
INGESTION:  If a large amount is swallowed, get medical attention.
NOTE TO PHYSICIANS:  There are no known adverse effects caused by this product.


FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES
 
Flashpoint:       > 200oF
UEL:    Not determined.
LEL:    Not determined.
AUTOIGNITION TEMPERATURE:  Not determined.

FLAMMABILITY CLASSIFICATION: None
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA:Agents approved for Class B hazards (e.g., dry chemical, carbon dioxide, foam,
steam) or water fog.
UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS: 
 None identified.
FIRE-FIGHTING EQUIPMENT: 
Firefighters should wear full bunker gear, including a positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus.
PRECAUTIONS:
There are no special requirements for this product.
HAZARDOUS COMBUSTION PRODUCTS: Incomplete burning can produce carbon monoxide and/or carbon dioxide and other harmful products

ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
Remove mechanically or with scraper and shovel and place in a container for disposal.

HelioBond® PVA 205
Description/Overview:

HelioBond® PVA 205 is an easily applied, neutral curing, one-part silicone sealant that reacts with atmospheric moisture to form a durable and flexible seal. HelioBond® PVA 205 has a high modulus and elasticity for the manufacture of dual seal insulating glass that can be exposed to direct UV as in flush glazed IG Units. HelioBond® PVA 205 adheres to clean surfaces such as glass, aluminum and galvanized steel. May be used with HelioSeal® PVS 101, 107, 110 in air gap units.

For MSDS, please a request to msds@adcocorp.com

Features & Benefits:

Features

  • Excellent adhesion on most float, tinted and coated glasses and to plastic and metal spacers
  • One-part, ready to use
  • Good gunnability at low and high temperatures
  • High extrusion rate allows use on high-speed automatic assembly lines such as Lenhardt and Lisec
  • Remains flexible at low and high temperatures
  • Excellent weatherability and resistance to UV radiation and to the effects of water and moisture
  • Almost odorless curing/Non-sag/Solvent-free
  • Non-corrosive with respect to metals and plastics
  • Compatible with PVB layers of safety glass
  • Quickly forms a skin
  • UL Listed

HelioBond® PVA 400
Description/Overview:

HelioBond® PVA 400 is a 1-component moisture cure hybrid polymer used in photovoltaic bonding and sealing applications. HelioBond® PVA 400 is solvent free, isocyanate free, UV stable and will provide a long lasting elastic structural bond to a wide range of substrate materials. HelioBond® PVA 400 is ideal for bonding PV module frames and junction boxes.

 
Technical Data:

 

Color White/Gray
Density (ASTM D1475) 12 LB per Gallon
Cure Speed (ASTM C679) 24 hours (1/8”)
Skin Formation 25 minutes
Peel Adhesion (ASTM C794) 110 pl

 

Shore A Hardness (ASTM C661) 42
Change in Weight (ASTM C733) 1% after 14 days
Elongation (ASTM D612) 650%
Tensile Strength (ASTM D412) 476 psi
Tear Strength (ASTM D624) 114 pli
Application Temperature 40°F - 85°F  (4°C – 29°C)
Service Temperature -40°F - 175°F (-40°C – 79°C)
Shelf Life stored at 77°F 9 months
Values are typical performance properties and characteristics based on laboratory testing.  This is intended as a guide for comparison purposes and does not constitute a specification or specification range.

 

Features & Benefits:
Adhesion Bonds to a wide variety of substrates without need for primer
Flexibility Elastic adhesion to substrates with dissimilar coefficient of expansion – Provides shock and vibration resistance at typical PV use temperatures
UV Stability Extended product life with excellent appearance
Solvent free Environmentally safe

 

Usage/Application Notes:

Basic Uses
HelioBond® PVA 400 is used for general PV bonding and sealing.

 

Application Instructions 
HelioBond® PVA 400 is typically applied via platen-type pump from 5 gallon pail or 55 gallon drum at room temperature.  For small volume applications material can be applied via blade or caulking gun.  The application thickness depends on the types of materials to be bonded.  Join the second substrate within 10 minutes.  All surfaces must be clean and dry.

 

Packaging:

310 ml (10.5 fl oz) PE cartridge
600 ml (20.3 fl oz) sausage pack

5 gallon pail52 gallon drum

Storage & Handling:

Clean-Up
Remove excess material and clean tools immediately after use with petroleum solvent.  Cured material can only be removed mechanically.

Health & Safety:

For all ADCO products, and for other products used in conjunction with ADCO products, users must follow individual Product Data Sheet and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) instructions.

 

 

Caution
All statements and technical information in this document are based on tests or data that ADCO believes is reliable.  However, ADCO does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this information.  The user has sole knowledge and control of factors that can affect the performance of ADCO’s products in the user’s intended application.  It is the user’s responsibility to conduct tests to determine the compatibility of ADCO’s product with the design, structure, and materials of the user’s end product and the suitability of ADCO’s product for the user’s method of application and intended use.  The user assumes all risk and liability arising out of such use.

 

HelioSeal® PVS 101
Reactive Desiccated Solar Edge Sealant
Description/Overview:

HelioSeal® PVS 101 is a synthetic polymer based sealant with integrated desiccant for dehydrating the airspace in photovoltaic and thermal module constructions.  HelioSeal® PVS 101 provides exceptional adhesion to glass surfaces in addition to providing an excellent barrier to water vapor and gas permeation. HelioSeal® PVS 101 can be used as a single seal in thermoset or thermoplastic encapsulated photovoltaic modules. 

 
Technical Data:
Base Synthetic polymer, solvent free
Color Black
Consistency Tape or bulk compound, recommended dispensing temperature of 110ºC -157ºC (230ºF - 315ºF)
Stability Functionality over a large range of temperatures from -40ºC - 90ºC (-40ºF - 194ºF)
Density 1.35 g/cm3
MVTR < 0.01 g/m2▪ day
Volume Resistivity 1010 >Ohm ▪ cm
Features & Benefits:

HelioSeal® PVS 101 offers the following benefits over other edge sealing products:

Optimum adhesion to glass Superior module life
Good adhesion to common module substrates Can be used for a variety of frontsheet / backsheet combinations
Very low water vapor and gas permeability Maximum protection for water sensitive components
Very good UV resistance Long module life, improved lifetime output
Modules meet UL 1703,      IEC 61215 and IEC 61646 Proven performance in demanding applications
High productivity due to fully automated application Can be applied either as tape or dispensed from bulk
UL Listed Listed under QIHE2 - Photovoltaic Polymeric Materials - Component
Usage/Application Notes:

Basic Use
The surfaces must be dry, clean and free from dust and grease. Suitable glass washing machines must be used for cleaning glass substrates. HelioSeal® PVS 101 is supplied in a “ready-to-use” state but must be heated to 110ºC - 157ºC (230ºF - 315ºF) when dispensed from drum packaging. Additional detailed application instructions for HelioSeal® PVS 101 are available on request.   HelioSeal® PVS 101 was specially developed for sealing and bonding of photovoltaic and solar thermal panels.  Users are advised to confirm adhesion and compatibility of HelioSeal® PVS 101 to substrates and materials which will come in contact with it before application.  Care should be taken with plastics which show a tendency to stress crack.  For further information, please contact our Customer Service Department.

Packaging:

55 gallon steel drum

5 gallon steel pail

Also available as a tape in custom dimensions 

Storage & Handling:

Shelf-life Properties

Storage Store in tightly closed drums or sealed metalized bags if in extruded form.
Shelf-life At least 9 months when stored unopened in original packaging
Health & Safety:

Consult Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) before using. 

Caution
All statements and technical information in this document are based on tests or data that ADCO believes is reliable.  However, ADCO does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this information.  The user has sole knowledge and control of factors that can affect the performance of ADCO’s products in the user’s intended application.  It is the user’s responsibility to conduct tests to determine the compatibility of ADCO’s product with the design, structure, and materials of the user’s end product and the suitability of ADCO’s product for the user’s method of application and intended use.  The user assumes all risk and liability arising out of such use.

HelioSeal® PVS 107
High Speed, High Strength Solar Glass Laminating Sealant
Description/Overview:

HelioSeal® PVS 107 is designed for use as the primary moisture barrier in solar glass laminations. HelioSeal® PVS 107 offers high application rates without sacrificing strength performance.  

Like all HelioSeal® PVS sealants, HelioSeal® PVS 107 exhibits low gas permeability and inherently low moisture vapor permeability.  They may be used with HelioBond® PVA 200 secondary sealant. 

 

 

 

Availability/Cost
Availability and cost may be obtained from your ADCO representative by calling 800-248-4010.

 

 
Technical Data:

Physical Properties 

Solids Content 100%
Specific Gravity  (ASTM D71) 1.08
Weight Per Gallon 9.00 lb.

 

Typical Performance Properties 

Moisture Vapor Transmission     ASTM F1249, 0.080” thickness 0.2 g/m2/24 hr.
Press Flow Extrusion Viscosity      ASTM D2452, 230°F (110°C), 0.34”  orifice 7 seconds
Shear Strength     Glass/Aluminum, 0.020” 25 psi cohesive failure
Cone Penetration     ASTM D217, 150 g added load 50 dmm
Dielectric Breakdown Greater than 9000V
Resistance Infinite at 2000V
Features & Benefits:

Easily dispensed

Improved dispensing viscosity will support increased production rates without sacrificing strength performance.
Reduced application temperatures Reduced energy required to apply primary seal.
Low MVTR(moisture vapor transmission rate) Increased unit life expectancy.
Good resistance to weathering Will not degrade upon exposure to environmental conditions.
Good adhesion Adheres to glass, stainless steel, aluminum, tin-plated steel.
Performance Standards ASTM E773/E774, ASTM 2188/2190, CAN CGSB 12.8-97
Ultra low volatile content Meets ASTM E774, ASTM  2189 / 2190 and CAN / CGSB-12.8-97 fog requirements.No degradation of PV materials, no loss of performance.
Non-Acidic  Maintains high cell efficiencies over the life of the module.
Non-Conductive Allows direct contact with conductors, maintains long term performance.
Usage/Application Notes:

Clean Up
Equipment and tools can be cleaned with mineral spirits immediately after use.  Provide adequate ventilation and avoid any sources of ignition when using flammable solvents. Refer to MSDS sheets from solvent manufacturer for safe handling of solvents used.

APPLICATION RECOMMENDATIONS FOR POLYISOBUTYLENE LAMINATING SEAL 

Surface Preparation Glass –
Glass surface must be thoroughly cleaned by machine or hand with non-sudsing, non-film forming detergent and thoroughly rinsed with clean hot water.  Glass must be fully dry and free of any contaminants or fingerprints It is important to realize that in some cases, glass may visually appear clean, and yet still have contaminants or foreign materials on the surface.  These contaminants can interfere with the bonding of all insulating glass sealants, thereby, resulting in reduction of the service life of the insulating glass unit.  In particular, the use of deionized or water softening equipment for glass washers is endorsed in geographical areas with above average water hardness. Please consult prime glass manufacturer for proper cleaning recommendations for glass.  

Application Equipment
The amount of HelioSeal® PVS 107 required for a specific bead size is determined by regulating the pressure and temperature of the extruder.  The normal working temperature range of the extruder is between 230°F -284°F (110°C -140°C). Results may vary by equipment.  

Application
The rate at which the spacers pass the extrusion nozzles, at any set temperature and pressure, will determine the amount of PVS deposited per unit of length. Cavities, depressions, fingerprints, surface contamination and other defects in the sealant surface should be avoided. Depressions in the bond line can lead to air bubbles in the sealing compound.  This entrapped air will be compressed on assembly of the unit under pressure. If this happens after the secondary sealant has been applied to the PV module, it may result in an air bubble (blister) in the edge seal, which will have an adverse effect on seal quality.  

Position of Sealant Application
Gaps between the secondary seal and the compressed PVS bead should be avoided.  The PVS compound should be applied to the glass so that after application of the secondary seal there will be no gap between the compressed PVS and the secondary seal.  There is a risk of condensation occurring in such a gap so that in extreme cases, the function of the primary sealant may be affected.

 

Basic Use HelioSeal® PVS 107 is formulated to provide a primary moisture barrier for laminated glass PV units.  The products are designed for application on automated linear extruders. 

Application Properties 

Service Temperature

-49°F - 185°F  (-45°C -  85°C)
Suggested Application Temperature 100 - 130°C   (212 - 265°F)

 

Packaging:

HelioSeal PVS® 107 is available in the following standard packages:                                    

55 gallon steel drum 

 

5 gallon steel pail 

  

Storage & Handling:

Shelf-life Properties 

Storage Store indoors below 100°F (38°C) in dry environment away from all sources of heat.
Shelf-life 2 years from the date of manufacture.
Health & Safety:

A complete Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) is available from ADCO for health and safety precautions.

 

 

Caution

All statements and technical information in this document are based on tests or data that ADCO believes is reliable.  However, ADCO does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this information.  The user has sole knowledge and control of factors that can affect the performance of ADCO’s products in the user’s intended application.  It is the user’s responsibility to conduct tests to determine the compatibility of ADCO’s product with the design, structure, and materials of the user’s end product and the suitability of ADCO’s product for the user’s method of application and intended use.  The user assumes all risk and liability arising out of such use.

 

 

HelioSeal® PVS 110
High Speed, High Strength, Desiccated Solar Glass Laminating Sealant
Description/Overview:

HelioSeal® PVS 110 is designed for use as the primary moisture barrier in solar glass laminations. HelioSeal® PVS 110 offers high application rates without sacrificing strength performance.  Like all HelioSeal® PVS sealants, HelioSeal® PVS 110 exhibits low gas permeability and inherently low moisture vapor permeability.  They may be used with HelioBond® PVA 200 secondary sealant. 

 
Technical Data:

Typical Performance Properties

Moisture Vapor Transmission     ASTM F1249, 0.080” thickness <0.1 g/m2/24 hr.
Press Flow Extrusion Viscosity      ASTM D2452, 230°F (110°C),       0.34” orifice 10-20 seconds
Dielectric Breakdown Greater than 7000V
Resistance Infinite at 2000V
Features & Benefits:
Easily dispensed Improved dispensing viscosity will support increased production rates without sacrificing strength performance.
Reduced application temperatures Reduced energy required to apply primary seal.
Low MVTR(moisture vapor transmission rate) Increased unit life expectancy
Good resistance to weathering Will not degrade upon exposure to environmental conditions.
Good adhesion Adheres to glass, stainless steel, aluminum, tin-plated steel.
Ultra low volatile content Meets ASTM E774, ASTM  2189 / 2190 and CAN / CGSB-12.8-97 fog requirements.No degradation of PV materials, no loss of performance.
Non-Acidic  Maintains high cell efficiencies over the life of the module.
Non-Conductive Allows direct contact with conductors, maintains long term performance.
Usage/Application Notes:

Basic Use 
HelioSea PVS 110 is formulated to ensure a desiccated interior air space and maintain the 30 year performance needed for laminated glass PV units.  The products are designed for application on automated linear extruders.Service Temperature-50°F - 185°F (-45°C -  85°C)Suggested Application Temperature

212°F - 265°F (100°C - 130°C)

 

Availability/Cost
Availability and cost may be obtained from your ADCO representative by calling 800-248-4010.

Packaging:

HelioSeal® PVS 110 is available in the following standard package:

55 gallon steel drum  

5 gallon steel pail  

Storage & Handling:

Physical Properties

Solids Content 100%
Specific Gravity  (ASTM D71) 1.07
Weight Per Gallon 10 lb./Gallon

 Shelf-life Properties

Storage Store indoors below 100°F (38°C) in dry environment away from all sources of heat.
Shelf-life 2 years from the date of manufacture.
Health & Safety:

A complete Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) is available from ADCO for health and safety precautions.

 

 

Caution
All statements and technical information in this document are based on tests or data that ADCO believes is reliable.  However, ADCO does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this information.  The user has sole knowledge and control of factors that can affect the performance of ADCO’s products in the user’s intended application.  It is the user’s responsibility to conduct tests to determine the compatibility of ADCO’s product with the design, structure, and materials of the user’s end product and the suitability of ADCO’s product for the user’s method of application and intended use.  The user assumes all risk and liability arising out of such use.

 

Millennium Hurricane Force® Universal Sealer
Click for the Millennium Hurricane Force® Universal Sealer Technical Bulletin (Millennium_Hurricane_Force_Universal_Sealer_0034-0411.pdf)
Description/Overview:
Millennium Hurricane Force® Universal Sealer is a fast setting, solvent free, multi-use universal sealer that becomes waterproof within minutes of application.
 
  
Features & Benefits:

 

Ready to use

Requires no mixing, reduces labor costs

No temperature restrictions

Fast curing even in cold climates

One Step™ technology

Easy to apply

Solvent free

VOC free, no odors

Elastomeric

Remains flexible, absorbs stresses

 

Usage/Application Notes:

Millennium Hurricane Force® Universal Sealer is a multi-purpose sealer that finds application in:

  • Filling penetration pockets and Millennium Lockin’ Pocket®

  •  Repairing splits, cracks, holes, and other membrane defects

  • Attaching lightning protection

  • Repairing shingles

  • All purpose sealing Millennium Hurricane Force® Universal Sealer eliminates the need for asphalt kettles and solvent based cements. In addition, the low odor, quick setting, solvent free formula offers significant advantages over high odor, slow setting, solvent based adhesives. Hurricane Force® Universal Sealer is designed for use in all temperatures.

    Application

With a utility knife, remove the molded tips at the groove from the One Step™ mixing head.

Attach a One Step™ mixing nozzle to the threaded mixing head.Place the cartridge into the appropriate One Step™ applicator.

Dispense an initial amount of Millennium Hurricane Force® Universal Sealer into a waste container to ensure a proper mix, then discard.

Apply Hurricane Force® Universal Sealer directly to the substrate. If needed, use a small trowel to work the material into the required opening or defect.

When used as a penetration pan filler: When filling the Millennium Lockin’ Pocket® with Hurricane Force® Universal Sealer, the entire pocket must be filled, no grouts or fillers will be accepted. Approved pitch pans must be filled with a minimum of 2" (5.1cm) of Hurricane Force® Universal Sealer and in accordance with all of ADCO Roofing Products’ current application instructions. However, should a filler be utilized, the material must be installed according to the manufacturer’s written guidelines. The filler should always be allowed to dry completely and any dust or residue from the filler should be wiped with a damp rag from the penetration and inside walls of the penetration pocket to ensure proper adhesion.

Unused material can be applied at a later date by simply plugging the cartridges (with provided half moon plugs) and using a new One Step™ mixing nozzle.

Approved Substrates

  • Structural roof decking: concrete, gypsum, cemetitious wood fiber, wood, steel or lightweight insulating concrete

  • Base sheets

  • Granule surfaced modified bitumen membranes

  • Smooth built-up roof surface (re-roof applications)

  • Gravel surfaced built-up roofs

  • EPDM

  • TPO

For a complete list of approved substrates, or for additional information, contact our Technical Department.

Color

Black

Surface Preparation

All work surfaces should be clean, dry, and free of dirt, dust, debris, oils, loose and/or embedded gravel, un-adhered coatings, deteriorated membrane and other contaminants that may result in a surface that is not sound or is uneven. For applications on granule surfaced modified bitumen membranes, remove all loose granules from the surface of the membrane prior to installing Millennium LPS.

When Hurricane Force® Universal Sealer is to be used in a Lockin’ Pocket® installed on a single ply membrane, the surface of the membrane must be prepared according to the single ply manufacturer’s recommendations. As a general guideline the following methods of surface preparation shall apply:

• EPDM: Clean with splice wash or surface cleaner and prime.

• TPO: Clean with surface cleaner and prime.

• Gravel BUR’s: Remove gravel surfacing down to plies.

For applications over existing weathered asphalt or coal tar pitch BUR, apply Millennium Universal Primer prior to the application of Hurricane Force® Universal Sealer. For applications over fresh and/or non-oxidized asphalt, coal tar or plastic film membranes, apply Millennium Surface Treatment prior to the application of Hurricane Force® Universal Sealer.

Equipment

The fast and dependable One Step™ applicators make applying Millennium Hurricane Force® Universal Sealer simple:

• Battery Powered Single Bead

• Pneumatic Single Bead

Packaging:

Millennium Hurrican Force® Universal Sealer is available in the following package:

Cartridge Size                  Part #                Cartridges/case

1.5 Liter                      HF-US15-04                       4

Each cartridge will produce approximately 125-150 lin ft (38m-46m) of a 1/2" (1.3cm) wide bead.

When used as a penetration pan filler, one case of four (4) cartridges will yield approximately 367 cubic inches of filler.

Storage & Handling:
Keep temperature of contents between 65°F-85°F (18°C-29°C) 24 hours prior to use. Do not store in direct sunlight or temperatures higher than 90°F (32°C).
Health & Safety:

Safety
Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

 

CAUTION: All statements and technical information in this document are based on tests or data that ADCO believes is reliable. However, ADCO does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this information. The user has sole knowledge and control offactors that can affect the performance of ADCO’s products in the user’s intended application. It is the user’s responsibility toconduct tests to determine the compatibility of ADCO’s product with the design, structure, and materials of the user’s end product and the suitability of ADCO’s product for the user’s method of application and intended use. The user assumes all risk and liability arising out of such use.

 

Millennium LPS Sealant
Description/Overview:

Millennium LPS is a single component elastomeric polyurethane sealant that is isocyanate free.

Millennium LPS cures rapidly under the effect of atmospheric air and moisture to form a flexible and resistant joint with very good adhesion on most materials.

Product Information Sheet (French)
Product Information Sheet (German)
Product Information Sheet (Spanish)
Product Information Sheet (Dutch)

Features & Benefits:

 

Single component

No mixing, consistent material quality

Isocyanate free

Enhanced safety

Elastomeric

Remains flexible, absorbs stresses

No solvents

No flame hazards

 

Usage/Application Notes:

Millennium LPS is a multi-use sealer that can be used for:

• Adhering Millennium Lockin’ Pocket® to approved substrates

• Sealing around penetrations prior to Lockin’ Pocket® installation

• Repairing splits, cracks, holes and other membrane defects

• Mid-level construction grade adhesive and sealant

• Lightning protection attachment

• Shingle repairs

• All purpose sealer

Cut nozzle to desired size and puncture seal inside the nozzle.

Refer to Millennium Lockin’ Pocket® Inter-Locking Pitch Pocket System product data sheet for complete application instructions.

Gun/pump Millennium LPS around base of penetration to prevent Millennium Hurricane Force® Universal Sealer from flowing through the openings.

Apply a liberal bead of LPS to the substrate where the Lockin’ Pocket® will be placed.

Apply a liberal bead of LPS to the locking joint of the Lockin’ Pocket®.

Set Lockin’ Pocket® onto bead of LPS and apply equal pressure to assure postitive contact with the substrate.

Strike away excess LPS from base of placed Lockin’ Pocket®.

Surface Preparation

The substrates must be clean, even, dry, free of dust, oil, grease and any contaminants that could inhibit bonding. All traces of poorly adhered paints or coatings should be removed prior to the application of LPS. For applications on granule surfaced modified bitumen membranes, remove all loose granules from the surface of the membrane prior to installing Millennium LPS.

If the substrates need to be cleaned, solvents such as methylethylketone (MEK) or acetone may be used. Check the compatibility of the solvent used with the substrates. Allow the substrate to dry after cleaning.

Caution:

When using solvents, extinguish all sources of ignition and carefully follow the safety and handling instructions given by the manufacturer or supplier.

For applications over existing weathered asphalt or coal tar pitch BUR, apply Millennium Universal Primer prior to the application of Millennium LPS. For applications over fresh and or non-oxidized asphalt, coal tar or plastic film membranes, apply Millennium Surface Treatment prior to the application of Millennium LPS.

Packaging:

 Approved Substrates

• Granule surfaced Modified Bitumen

• EPDM

• TPO

• Metal

• Smooth surfaced asphalt

• Built-Up Roofs (BURs)

• Gravel surfaced BUR

• Asphalt coal tar pitch (BUR)

• Concrete

• Wood

• Aluminum

Stone

For a complete list of approved substrates, or for additional information, contact our Technical Department.

Packaging and Coverage

Millennium LPS is available in the following package:

Cartridge Size                        Part#                         Cartridges/case

10.1 fl. oz. (300 mL)           LP-S10.1-12                              12

Each cartridge will produce approximately 20 - 25 lineal feet (6 - 8 meters) of 1/2" (1.3cm) wide bead. Coverage rates will be determined by use and may vary when used over irregular surface.


Storage & Handling:

Equipment

• Professional 10 oz. (300ml) manual, pneumatic, or battery powered caulk gun

Storage

Shelf life is 12 months in unopened original packaging when stored at or below 80°F (27°C).

Color

• Black

Health & Safety:

Safety

Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

Limitations

• Do not apply to a wet surface.

• Requires atmospheric air and moisture to properly cure.

CAUTION:

All statements and technical information in this document are based on tests or data that ADCO believes is reliable. However, ADCO does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this information. The user has sole knowledge and control offactors that can affect the performance of ADCO’s products in the user’s intended application. It is the user’s responsibility toconduct tests to determine the compatibility of ADCO’s product with the design, structure, and materials of the user’s end product and the suitability of ADCO’s product for the user’s method of application and intended use. The user assumes all risk and liability arising out of such use.
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Millennium Surface Treatment
Click for the Millennium Surface Treatment Technical Bulletin (Millennium_Surface_Treatment_0038-0411.pdf)
Description/Overview:

European MSDS

Millennium Surface Treatment is a spray, brush or roller applied compound developed for use with Millennium brand adhesives and sealants when bonding to difficult substrates such as plastic films, smooth APP modified bitumen membranes, very fresh non-oxidized (glossy surfaced) asphalt or coal tar.

Features & Benefits:

One part

Easy to apply, no mixing

Solvent based

Dries quickly

Unique formulation

Promotes adhesion to fresh asphalt surfaces

Usage/Application Notes:

Millennium Surface Treatment works as an interface between the difficult substrate and the adhesive or sealant to provide an exceptional bond.

For additional information, contact our Technical Department.

All work surfaces should be clean, dry, free of dirt, dust, debris, oils, loose unadhered coatings, deteriorated membrane and other contaminants that may result in a surface that is not sound or may prevent a firm bond.

Brush, spray, or roll apply Millennium Surface Treatment over the entire prepared surface.

Remove all heavy or puddled areas to ensure proper drying. Allow Millennium Surface Treatment to dry to the touch.

Within one hour after Millennium Surface Treatment has been applied, apply Millennium adhesive or sealant in accordance with current product application instructions.

Do not apply Millennium Surface Treatment to substrate that will not receive adhesive or sealant within one hour or on the same day.

Packaging:

Color
Colorless

Millennium Surface Treatment is available in the following package:

Pail Size              Part #           Pails/Pallet

5 gallon (18.9 L)    ST-PR5P-01           36

Covers 400 - 500 sq.ft. (37m2 - 46m2 ) per gallon. Coverage rates my be slightly higher over irregular surfaces.

Storage & Handling:

Surface Preparation

All work surfaces should be clean, dry, and free of dirt, dust, debris, oils, loose and/or embedded gravel, un-adhered coatings, deteriorated membrane and other contaminants that may result in a surface that is not sound or is uneven.

Equipment

Approved application equipment:

  • Pressurized garden sprayer

  • Brush

  • Paint roller

Storage
Millennium Universal Primer can be stored at room temperature where it
will have a shelf life of one year. Store at temperatures above 35°F

Health & Safety:

Safety

Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

Limitations

  • Do not apply to a wet surface, all surfaces must be dry prior to application.

  • Do not use with polystyrene or applications that utilize polystyrene as a component within the system.

  • This product will produce an odor similar to mineral spirits. Take necessary precautions (cover air intakes) to avoid disruption to building occupants.

AT 1 Clear
Very High Bond Acrylic Tapes
Description/Overview:

ADCO AT-1 is a pressure sensitive, water-clear, solid acrylic tape system designed to provide a superior bond between a wide variety of substrates. Because of its transparent appearance, ADCO AT-1 is often used in adhesive applications involving glass or other clear materials. The tape possesses a uniform high-tack acrylic adhesive on both surfaces and will bond to most clean, dry, oil-free substrates.  The tape is formulated to withstand a wide range of weathering and temperature conditions without losing adhesion.

 
ADCO AT-1 can be used in a variety of applications including auto trim attachment, signs, graphics, skin to frame assembly, furniture, appliances, and many other manufacturing and construction applications to replace mechanical fasteners and welds.  ADCO AT-1 offers numerous advantages including a waterproof bond, ease of application, the ability to withstand thermal movement, and sound deadening properties.  

 
Technical Data:

Tape Color

 

Clear

Tape Thickness

 

0.010, 0.020, 0.025, 0.030", 0.040, and 0.060 in.

0.254, 0.508, 0.635, 0.762, 1.016, and 1.524mm

Tape Width

 

0.25 - 18 in.

6.35 - 457.2mm

Tensile Strength

ASTM D412 Die C

150 psi

0.1054 kg/mm2

Elongation

ASTM D412 Die C

1000%

Peel Adhesion

ASTM D3330

10 pli

1.751 NLMM

Cleavage Peel Strength

ASTM D1062

20 psi

0.0141 kg/mm2

Dynamic Shear Strength

ASTM D3163

60 psi

0.0422 kg/mm2

Shelf Life

Installation Temperature

 

Constant Temperature Limit

 

2 years minimum

50°F - 100°F
10°C - 38°C

 

-30°F - 200°F
-34°C - 93°C

 

Features & Benefits:
  • Pressure sensitive bonding
  • Stain resistant after aged contact
  • Solid composition for easy cutting
  • Moisture resistant
  • Excellent weathering properties
  • Reduces and dampens vibration and shock
  • Maintains adhesion at sub-zero temperatures
  • Hardening or brittle resistant with age
  • Flexible, moldable, compressible – conforms to intricate shapes

Usage/Application Notes:

ACRYLIC TAPE AND ADHESION PROMOTER
APPLICATION GUIDE

 

1.  Substrate Evaluation

 

Acrylic adhesive is suitable for bonding a variety of substrates, including many plastics composites, sealed wood and metals.  Low energy surface materials such as polyethylene, polypropylene, silicones and Teflon can be a problem bonding.  Thorough evaluation is recommended when bonding to any questionable surface.  An adhesion promoter (primer) for use with pressure sensitive acrylic adhesives may be necessary to facilitate proper bonding and is available from ADCO Products.

 

2.  Preparation of Substrate

 

The substrate to be bonded should be cleaned with an appropriate solvent, preferably IPA (Isopropanol) no more that 15 minutes prior to bonding of acrylic adhesive backed part.  To ensure removal of all contaminants without leaving any residue, use a clean, lint-free wiping cloth or disposable wipe (never recycled rags).  Other solvents such as hexane, heptane or methanol may be suitable for cleaning various substrates after thorough evaluation.  The substrate must be thoroughly dry through evaporation of the solvent with radiant heat, hot air dryers or with time before bonding acrylic adhesive backed parts.  Insure optimum substrate temperature, never below 60°F. (15°C) at application time.  Assure application temperature of 50°F to 100°F (10°C to 38°C).

 

3.  Adhesive Promoter Application – If necessary

 

Apply the ADCO AP-1 Adhesive Promoter to the substrate(s) either with a lint-free applicator or foam brush.  Apply the Adhesion Promoter in a “wet” laydown thickness range of 1-8 mils.  Allow the Adhesion Promoter to dry approximately (5) minutes.  Don’t touch the Adhesion Promoter.

 

4.  Application of Adhesive Backed Part to the Substrate

 

Remove the protective release liner from the acrylic tape immediately prior to applying the part to be bonded, being careful not to contaminate the acrylic adhesive.  Apply within 15 minutes after the adhesion promoter has been applied.  Apply the part to be bonded without entrapping air between the tape and the substrate with a recommended minimum application pressure of 15 pounds per inch of tape width to achieve adhesive to substrate contact and maximum bond strength.                                  

Millennium Hurricane Force® 1-Part Membrane Adhesive
Click for the Millennium Hurricane Force® 1-Part Membrane Adhesive Technical Bulletin (Millennium_Hurricane_Force_1-Part_Membrane_Adh_0040-0411.pdf)
Description/Overview:

Millennium Hurricane Force® 1-Part Membrane Adhesive is a highly elastomeric, one-part asphalt modified urethane adhesive that is VOC free and does not require mixing.

 

Features & Benefits:

Single component

Requires no mixing

Solvent free

VOC free, no odors

Elastomeric

Remains flexible, absorbs stresses

 

Surface Preparation

All work surfaces should be clean, dry, and free of dirt, dust, debris, oils, loose and/or embedded gravel, un-adhered coatings, deteriorated membrane and other contaminants that may result in a surface that is not sound or is uneven.

For re-cover applications over weathered asphalt BUR or smooth surfaced SBS modified bitumen, apply Millennium Universal Primer prior to the application of Millennium Hurricane Force® 1-Part Membrane Adhesive. For applications over fresh and/or non-oxidized asphalt or plastic film membranes, apply Millennium Surface Treatment prior to the application of Millennium Hurricane Force® 1-Part Membrane Adhesive.

Usage/Application Notes:

Millennium Hurricane Force® 1-Part Membrane Adhesive is designed for use as an adhesive for bonding approved base sheets, vapor retarders, and membranes to approved substrates.

Millennium Hurricane Force® 1-Part Membrane Adhesive forms a strong bond to most substrates, does not soften or damage the membrane, and provides outstanding wind uplift protection.

 Approved Substrates

• Concrete

• Base sheets ( sanded or granule surfaced)

• Smooth built-up roof surfaces (re-roof applications)

• Modified Bitumen (sanded or granule surfaced only)

Approved Insulation

• Fiber Glass

• Isocyanurate

• Perlite

• Wood fi ber

• Gypsum cover board

For a complete list of approved substrates, or for additional information, contact our Technical Department.

 

Application

Equipment

• 1/4” (0.6 cm) notched or serrated squeegee.

  1. Ensure that the substrate is suitable for bonding and is clean, dry, and free of defects. For dusty surfaces prime the substrate using Millennium Universal Primer at a rate of 150 -250 sq.ft. (14 m2-23m2) per gallon. Allow primer to dry.
  2. Apply Millennium Hurricane Force® 1-Part Membrane Adhesive in full coverage with a 1/4” (0.6 cm) notched or serrated squeegee directly to the substrate. Application rate shall be 1.5 to 2 gallons per 100 sq. ft. (9 m2). Coverage rates may vary over irregular surfaces.
  3. Follow roof membrane manufacturers recommendations for installing the membrane into the adhesive. For modified bitumen membranes, unroll the sheet and allow to relax prior to setting into the adhesive.
  4. Immediately place the roofing membrane into the freshly applied Millennium Hurricane Force® 1-Part Membrane Adhesive. Do not allow the adhesive to skin over. Broom or roll the membrane surface to ensure full contact.
  5. A continuous bleed-out of adhesive should be present along all membrane side laps and head laps.
  6. For multi-ply applications remove loose sand from the base ply surface and repeat steps 2-5.

Limitations

• Do not apply to wet or damp surfaces. This includes primers. Allow solvent based primers to completely dry before using the adhesive.

• Do not apply when surface temperatures are below 40oF.

Packaging:

Packaging and Coverage

Millennium Hurricane Force® 1-Part Membrane Adhesive is available in the following package:

Pail Size                   Part#                    Pails/Pallet

5 gallon (18.9L)       HF-MA5P-01               36

Coverage rate is 1.5 to 2 gallons per 100 sq. ft. (9 m2) when applied with a 1/4” notched or serrated squeegee. Coverage rates may vary when used over irregular surfaces.

Storage & Handling:

Storage and Shelf Life

Store material in original unopened packaging at temperatures between 40°F-100°F (4°C-38°C). For best results store material at temperatures between 60°F-80°F (15°C-27°C) just prior to use. Shelf life is 6 months when stored as recommended.

Health & Safety:

 Safety

Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

CAUTION:

All statements and technical information in this document are based on tests or data that ADCO believes is reliable. However, ADCO does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this information. The user has sole knowledge and control of factors that can affect the performance of ADCO’s products in the user’s intended application. It is the user’s responsibility to conduct tests to determine the compatibility of ADCO’s product with the design, structure, and materials of the user’s end product and the suitability of ADCO’s product for the user’s method of application and intended use. The user assumes all risk and liability arising out of such use.

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Millennium Hurricane Force® 1-Part Flashing Adhesive
Click for the Millennium Hurricane Force® 1-Part Flashing Adhesive Technical Bulletin (Millennium_Hurricane_Force_1-Part_Flashing_Adh_0041-0411.pdf)
Description/Overview:

Millennium Hurricane Force® 1-Part Flashing Adhesive is a highly elastomeric, one-part asphalt modified urethane adhesive that is VOC free and does not require mixing.

Features & Benefits:

Single Component

Requires no mixing

Solvent free

VOC free, no odors

Elastomeric

Remains flexible, absorbs stresses

Usage/Application Notes:

Millennium Hurricane Force® 1-Part Flashing Adhesive isspecially formulated for use as a vertical grade flashing adhesive for bonding approved base sheets, vapor retarders and membranes for low slope roof applications. Millennium Hurricane Force® 1-Part Flashing Adhesive can also be used to seal head laps in modifi ed bitumen roof membranes.

Millennium Hurricane Force® 1-Part Flashing Adhesive forms a strong bond to most substrates and does not soften or damage the membrane.

Approved Substrates

• Concrete

• Cinder and masonry block

• Base sheets (sanded or granule surfaced)

• Approved insulations

• Plywood

Approved Membranes

• SBS Modifi ed Bitumen

• Base sheets

• Mineral Surfaced Cap sheets

For a complete list of approved substrates, or for additional information, contact our Technical Department.

Surface Preparation

All work surfaces should be clean, dry, and free of dirt, dust, debris, oils, un-adhered coatings, deteriorated membrane or other contaminants that may result in a surface that is not sound or is uneven.

Application

  1. Ensure that the substrate is suitable for bonding and is clean, dry, and free of defects.
  2. Apply Millennium Hurricane Force® 1-Part Flashing Adhesive with a 1/4” (0.6 cm) notched trowel directly to the backside of the flashing membrane (as shown) or to the bonding substrate.
  3. Embed the flashing membrane into the freshly applied adhesive. Do not allow the adhesive to skin over. Apply pressure across the entire membrane surface to ensure full contact with the adhesive removing all wrinkles and air pockets.
  4. A continuous bleed-out of adhesive should be present along all membrane side laps and tie-ins.
  5. For multi-layer flashing applications repeat steps 2-4.

Equipment

• 1/4” (0.6 cm) notched trowel.

Limitations

• Do not apply to wet or damp surfaces. This includes primers. Allow solvent based primers to completely dry before using the adhesive.

• Do not apply when surface temperatures are below 40oF.

Packaging:

Millennium Hurricane Force® 1-Part Flashing Adhesive is available in the following package:

Pail Size                  Part#                  Pail/Pallet

5 gallon (18.9L)     HF-LF5P-01            36

Coverage rate is approximately 12-15 sq. ft. (1.1-1.4 m2) per gallon when applied with a 1/4” notched trowel which results in an approximately 1/8” (0.3 cm) thick layer of adhesive.

Coverage rates may vary when used over irregular surfaces.

Storage & Handling:

Storage and Shelf Life

Store material in original unopened packaging at temperatures between 40°F-100°F (4°C-38°C). For best results store material at temperatures between 60°F-80°F (15°C-27°C) just prior to use.

Shelf life is 6 months when stored as recommended.

Health & Safety:

Safety

Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

CAUTION:

All statements and technical information in this document are based on tests or data that ADCO believes is reliable. However, ADCO does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this information. The user has sole knowledge and control of factors that can aff ect the performance of ADCO’s products in the user’s intended application. It is the user’s responsibility to conduct tests to determine the compatibility of ADCO’s product with the design, structure, and materials of the user’s end product and the suitability of ADCO’s product for the user’s method of application and intended use. The user assumes all risk and liability arising out of such use.

BX-033
Description/Overview:

BX-033 is an elastomeric, butyl rubber based, pressure sensitive tape.  The material can be supplied in a variety of pre-extruded sizes to conform to specified dimensional tolerances.

 

BX-033 has excellent adhesion to a variety of surfaces such as ABS, acrylic, aluminum, brick, concrete, epoxy, fiberglass, glass, steel, wood, rubber and painted substrates.  Also, it has exceptional performance in low temperature environments.

 

All surfaces must be clean, dry and free of foreign contaminants such as dust, oil and loose paint before application of ADCO BX-033.

Features & Benefits:

BX-033 has the following features:

·         Easy to Use – Instant Pressure Sensitive Bonding

·         No Messy Clean-up

·         Excellent Weathering Properties

·         Can Be Painted Immediately

AT-3
Description/Overview:

ADCO AT-3 is a pressure sensitive, structural grade, solid acrylic tape system designed to provide a superior bond between a wide variety of substrates.  The tape possesses a uniform high-tack acrylic adhesive on both surfaces with an integral core of solid acrylic polymer.  The tape will bond to most clean, dry, oil-free surfaces and is formulated to withstand a wide range of weathering and temperature conditions without losing adhesion.

ADCO AT-3 can be used in a variety of applications including auto trim attachment, signs, graphics, skin to frame assembly, furniture, appliances, and many other manufacturing and construction applications to replace mechanical fasteners and welds. ADCO AT-3 offers numerous advantages including a waterproof bond, ease of application, the ability to withstand thermal movement, and sound deadening properties. 

Features & Benefits:
ADVANTAGES
·         Pressure sensitive bonding
·         Stain resistant after aged contact
·         Solid composition for easy cutting
·         Moisture resistant
·         Excellent weathering properties
·         Reduces and dampens vibration and shock
·         Maintains adhesion at sub-zero temperatures
·         Hardening or brittle resistant with age
·         Solid acrylic core for superior strength
·         Flexible, moldable, compressible – conforms to intricate shapes
·         Approved to GM specification GM3802M TYPE 14
·         Approved to Chrysler specification MS-CH59-C
·         Approved to Ford specification WSB-M3G138-B

AT-2
Description/Overview:

ADCO AT-2 is a pressure sensitive, gray, foamed core, acrylic tape system designed to provide a superior bond between a wide variety of substrates. The tape possesses a uniform high-tack acrylic adhesive on both surfaces and will bond to most clean, dry, oil-free substrates.  The tape is formulated to withstand a wide range of weathering and temperature conditions without losing adhesion.

ADCO AT-2 can be used in a variety of applications including window muntin bar attachment, automotive trim attachment, signs, graphics, furniture, appliances, and many other manufacturing and construction applications to replace mechanical fasteners and welds. ADCO AT-2 offers numerous advantages, including increased compressibility, a waterproof bond, ease of application, the ability to withstand thermal movement, and sound deadening properties. 

Features & Benefits:

ADVANTAGES

·         Gray appearance

·         Compressibility with foamed core

·         Pressure sensitive bonding

·         Stain resistant after aged contact

·         Moisture resistant

·         Excellent weathering properties

·         Reduces and dampens vibration and shock

·         Adhesion at sub-zero temperatures

·         Hardening or brittle resistant with age

·         Flexible, moldable, compressible – conforms to intricate shapes

AT-1
Description/Overview:

ADCO AT-1 is a pressure sensitive, water-clear, solid acrylic tape system designed to provide a superior bond between a wide variety of substrates. Because of its transparent appearance, ADCO AT-1 is often used in adhesive applications involving glass or other clear materials. The tape possesses a uniform high-tack acrylic adhesive on both surfaces and will bond to most clean, dry, oil-free substrates.  The tape is formulated to withstand a wide range of weathering and temperature conditions without losing adhesion.

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Features & Benefits:

ADVANTAGES

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Acrylic Tapes AT 1 Clear
Very High Bond Acrylic Tapes
Chemical Name:

COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

 

 Chemical Name    C.A.S. No.   Weight
 2-Ethylhexyl Acrylate    103-11-7  2-6
 Acrylic Acid, Glacial  79-10-7  0.1-1
 Octyl/Decyl Acrylate    2156-96-9  0.02-0.4

(See Section 8.0, "Exposure Controls / Personal Protection", for exposure guidelines)  

Description/Overview:

ADCO AT-1 is a pressure sensitive, water-clear, solid acrylic tape system designed to provide a superior bond between a wide variety of substrates. Because of its transparent appearance, ADCO AT-1 is often used in adhesive applications involving glass or other clear materials. The tape possesses a uniform high-tack acrylic adhesive on both surfaces and will bond to most clean, dry, oil-free substrates.  The tape is formulated to withstand a wide range of weathering and temperature conditions without losing adhesion.

 
ADCO AT-1 can be used in a variety of applications including auto trim attachment, signs, graphics, skin to frame assembly, furniture, appliances, and many other manufacturing and construction applications to replace mechanical fasteners and welds.  ADCO AT-1 offers numerous advantages including a waterproof bond, ease of application, the ability to withstand thermal movement, and sound deadening properties.  

 

 
Technical Data:

Tape Color

 

Clear

Tape Thickness

 

0.010, 0.020, 0.025, 0.030", 0.040, and 0.060 in.

0.254, 0.508, 0.635, 0.762, 1.016, and 1.524mm

Tape Width

 

0.25 - 18 in.

6.35 - 457.2mm

Tensile Strength

ASTM D412 Die C

150 psi

0.1054 kg/mm2

Elongation

ASTM D412 Die C

1000%

Peel Adhesion

ASTM D3330

10 pli

1.751 NLMM

Cleavage Peel Strength

ASTM D1062

20 psi

0.0141 kg/mm2

Dynamic Shear Strength

ASTM D3163

60 psi

0.0422 kg/mm2

Shelf Life

Installation Temperature

 

Constant Temperature Limit

 

2 years minimum

50°F - 100°F
10°C - 38°C

 

-30°F - 200°F
-34°C - 93°C

 

Features & Benefits:
  • Pressure sensitive bonding
  • Stain resistant after aged contact
  • Solid composition for easy cutting
  • Moisture resistant
  • Excellent weathering properties
  • Reduces and dampens vibration and shock
  • Maintains adhesion at sub-zero temperatures
  • Hardening or brittle resistant with age
  • Flexible, moldable, compressible – conforms to intricate shapes
Usage/Application Notes:

ACRYLIC TAPE AND ADHESION PROMOTER
APPLICATION GUIDE

1.     Substrate Evaluation

Acrylic adhesive is suitable for bonding a variety of substrates, including many plastics composites, sealed wood and metals.  Low energy surface materials such as polyethylene, polypropylene, silicones and Teflon can be a problem bonding.  Thorough evaluation is recommended when bonding to any questionable surface.  An adhesion promoter (primer) for use with pressure sensitive acrylic adhesives may be necessary to facilitate proper bonding and is available from ADCO Products.

2.     Preparation of Substrate

The substrate to be bonded should be cleaned with an appropriate solvent, preferably IPA (Isopropanol) no more that 15 minutes prior to bonding of acrylic adhesive backed part.  To ensure removal of all contaminants without leaving any residue, use a clean, lint-free wiping cloth or disposable wipe (never recycled rags).  Other solvents such as hexane, heptane or methanol may be suitable for cleaning various substrates after thorough evaluation.  The substrate must be thoroughly dry through evaporation of the solvent with radiant heat, hot air dryers or with time before bonding acrylic adhesive backed parts.  Insure optimum substrate temperature, never below 60°F. (15°C) at application time.  Assure application temperature of 50°F to 100°F (10°C to 38°C).

3.     Adhesive Promoter Application – If necessary

Apply the ADCO AP-1 Adhesive Promoter to the substrate(s) either with a lint-free applicator or foam brush.  Apply the Adhesion Promoter in a “wet” laydown thickness range of 1-8 mils.  Allow the Adhesion Promoter to dry approximately (5) minutes.  Don’t touch the Adhesion Promoter.

4.  Application of Adhesive Backed Part to the Substrate

Remove the protective release liner from the acrylic tape immediately prior to applying the part to be bonded, being careful not to contaminate the acrylic adhesive.  Apply within 15 minutes after the adhesion promoter has been applied.  Apply the part to be bonded without entrapping air between the tape and the substrate with a recommended minimum application pressure of 15 pounds per inch of tape width to achieve adhesive to substrate contact and maximum bond strength.                 

Storage & Handling:

HANDLING AND STORAGE
HANDLING: Keep away from ignition sources (e.g., heat, sparks, or open flames).
STORAGE: 
 Store in a cool dry area.

EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION  
EYE: None required; however, use of eye protection is good industrial practice.
SKIN:
               None required; however, good industrial hygiene should be practiced.
INHALATION:   Not required; however, use of adequate ventilation is good industrial practice.
 
EXPOSURE GUIDELINES: 
     

COMPONENT         CAS #         EXPOSURE LIMITS
 
2-Ethylhexyl Acrylate     103-11-7       5mg/m3              
Acrylic Acid, Glacial       79-10-7      10ppm            
Octyl/Decyl Acrylate     2156-96-9        NA                                  

Health & Safety:

HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION 

EMERGENCY OVERVIEW: This product has been evaluated and does not require any hazard warning on the label under OSHA criteria.

POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS:

EYE CONTACT      Foreign body - irritation

SKIN CONTACT:        No significant health hazard identified

INHALATION         No significant health hazard identified INGESTION:            No significant health hazard identified

HMIS CODE     Health : 0) (Flammability : 1)  (Reactivity : 0)

NFPA CODE    (Health : 0)  (Flammability : 1)  Reactivity : 0)


FIRST AID MEASURES

EYE: Flush eye with plenty of water.  Seek medical assistance for mechanical removal of foreign bodies from the eye. 

SKIN:  Clean skin with soap and water or waterless hand cleaner.

INHALATION:  If adverse effects occur, remove to fresh air. 
INGESTION:
 If a large amount is swallowed, get medical attention.
NOTE TO PHYSICIANS: There are no known adverse effects caused by this product.

 
FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES  
Flashpoint:       > 200oF

UEL:  Not determined.

LEL:  Not determined.

AUTOIGNITION TEMPERATURE: Not determined.

FLAMMABILITY CLASSIFICATION:  None
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: Agents approved for Class B hazards (e.g., dry chemical, carbon dioxide, foam,
steam) or water fog.
UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS: 
None identified.
FIRE-FIGHTING EQUIPMENT:
Firefighters should wear full bunker gear, including a positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus.
PRECAUTIONS: 
There are no special requirements for this product.
HAZARDOUS COMBUSTION PRODUCTS: Incomplete burning can produce carbon monoxide and/or carbon dioxide and other harmful products.
  

ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES  
Remove mechanically or with scraper and shovel and place in a container for disposal.

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HelioBond® PVA 303AT
Description/Overview:

HelioBond® PVA 303AT is a pressure sensitive, structural grade, solid acrylic tape system designed to provide a superior bond between a wide variety of substrates.  The tape possesses a uniform high-tack acrylic adhesive on both surfaces with an integral core of solid acrylic polymer.  The tape will bond to most clean, dry, oil-free surfaces and is formulated to withstand a wide range of weathering and temperature conditions without losing adhesion. HelioBond® PVA 303AT can be used in a variety of applications including module and frame assembly, junction box attachment, and many other manufacturing and construction applications to replace mechanical fasteners and welds. HelioBond® PVA 303AT offers numerous advantages including a waterproof bond, ease of application, the ability to withstand thermal movement, and sound deadening properties.

 
Technical Data:

 

Tape Color   Translucent
Tape Thickness   0.025, 0.030, 0.045, 0.060, and 0.080 in.0.635, 0.762, 1.143, 1.524, and 2.032 mm
Tape Width   0.25 - 18 in.6.35 – 457.2 mm
Tensile Strength ASTM D412 Die C 200 psi0.1406 kg/mm2
Elongation ASTM D412 Die C 500%
Peel Adhesion ASTM D3330 15 pli2.626 N/mm
Cleavage Peel Strength ASTM D1062 30 psi0.0211 kg/mm2
Dynamic Shear Strength ASTM D3163 90 psi0.0633 kg/mm 2
Shelf LifeInstallation Temperature  Constant Temperature Limit   2 years minimum 50°F – 100°F (10°C – 38°C)-30°F – 200°F (-34°C – 93°C)

 

Features & Benefits:
  • Pressure sensitive bonding        
  • Stain resistant after aged contact        
  • Solid composition for easy cutting        
  • Moisture resistant        
  • Excellent weathering properties        
  • Reduces and dampens vibration and shock        
  • Maintains adhesion at sub-zero temperatures        
  • Hardening or brittle resistant with age        
  • Flexible, moldable, compressible – conforms to intricate shapes
Health & Safety:

Caution
All statements and technical information in this document are based on tests or data that ADCO believes is reliable.  However, ADCO does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this information.  The user has sole knowledge and control of factors that can affect the performance of ADCO’s products in the user’s intended application.  It is the user’s responsibility to conduct tests to determine the compatibility of ADCO’s product with the design, structure, and materials of the user’s end product and the suitability of ADCO’s product for the user’s method of application and intended use.  The user assumes all risk and liability arising out of such use.

AT 5 Black
Chemical Name:

COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

 

 Chemical Name   C.A.S. No.   Weight
Ethylhexyl Acrylate   103-11-7  60-90
Acrylic Acid, Glacial  79-10-7  5-20
Octyl/Decyl Acrylate   2156-96-9   1-10

(See Section 8.0, "Exposure Controls / Personal Protection", for exposure guidelines)  

Description/Overview:

CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY INFORMATION 
Manufacturer's Name: ADCO Products, Inc.  

Manufacturer's Address
  
4401 PageAve.,P.O.Box457 
Michigan Center,MI  49254    (CHEMTREC)   
 
     
Business Phone No:       1-517-764-0334   
Emergency Phone No: 1-800-424-9300  

Product Name: AT-5 Black
MSDS No. M457

 
Technical Data:

CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

PHYSICAL STATE:                               Solid
APPEARANCE & ODOR: 
Various colors, solid, acrylic ester odor.
BOILING POINT:
                                   Not applicable
SPECIFIC GRAVITY:
                             1.0
EVAPORATION RATE: 
                        Not applicable
PERCENT VOLATILES:
                        0%
SOLUBILITY IN WATER:
                      Insoluble
VAPOR PRESSURE:
                             NOT APPLICABLE
VAPOR DENSITY (AIR = 1):
                  Not applicable
PERCENT SOLIDS BY WEIGHT:           100%

MELTING POINT:                                 Not applicable

Usage/Application Notes:

STABILITY AND REACTIVITY 
STABILITY:                                          Stable
CONDITIONS TO AVOID:
                     None identified
MATERIALS TO AVOID: 
                     None identified
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION:
         None identified.  Incomplete burning can produce carbon monoxide and / or carbon dioxide and other harmful products.
HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION:
        Will not occur.  

TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION  
ACUTE TOXICITY DATA:    
EYE IRRITATION: 
   Testing not conducted.  See other Toxicity Data.
   
SKIN IRRITATION:    Testing not conducted>  See other Toxicity Data.
   
DERMAL LD50: Testing not conducted.  See other Toxicity Data.
   
ORAL LD50:             Testing not conducted.  See other Toxicity Data.
   
INHALATION LC50:   Testing not conducted.  See other Toxicity Data.
 
OTHER TOXICITY DATA: No component of this product at levels greater than 0.1% is identified as a carcinogen by ACGIH or the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IRAC).No component of this product present at levels greater than 0.1% is identified as a carcinogen by the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP) or the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA).

ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
ECOTOXICITY TEST DATA:                  Testing not conducted.
BIODEGRADATION POTENTIAL:
         Testing not conducted.
BIOCONCENTRATION POTENTIAL:      Testing not conducted.

DISPOSAL INFORMATION
Disposal must be in accordance with applicable federal, state, or local regulations.  Determine waste classification at time of disposal.  Conditions of use may render the spent product a hazardous waste.  Under normal conditions of use, the product is classified as a non-hazardous material.  

TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION
U.S. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION                       
Shipping Name                         Not Regulated
                        Hazard Class                            Not Applicable                        Identification                             Not Applicable                        Packing Group                         Not Applicable
 

INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION
           
SEA (IMO/IMDG)
                       
Shipping Name                      Not Regulated
                        Class                                    Not Applicable                        Packing Group                      Not Applicable
                       
UN Number                                    Not Applicable

Air (ICAO/IATA)                       
Shipping Name           Not regulated for non-bulk shipments 
 
          
EUROPEAN ROAD/RAIL
(ADR/RID)                          Not Determined
 
           
Canadian Transportation of Dangerous Goods

Shipping Name                         Not Regulated

 

Storage & Handling:

HANDLING AND STORAGE
HANDLING: Keep away from ignition sources (e.g., heat, sparks, or open flames).
STORAGE:  Store in a cool dry area

EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION  
EYE: None required; however, use of eye protection is good industrial practice.
SKIN:
None required; however, good industrial hygiene should be practiced.
INHALATION: Not required: however, use of adequate ventilation is good industrial practice.
 

EXPOSURE GUIDELINES: 
     

COMPONENT         CAS #             EXPOSURE LIMITS
 2-Ethylhexyl Acrylate      103-11-7                                     5mg/m3                                                         
Acrylic Acid, Glacial                             79-10-7                                    10ppm                                                         
Octyl/Decyl Acrylate                        2156-96-9                                         NA   

Health & Safety:

HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION 
EMERGENCY OVERVIEW: This product has been evaluated and does not require any hazard warning on the label under OSHA criteria.

POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS:
EYE CONTACT:        Foreign body - irritation
SKIN CONTACT: No significant health hazard identified INHALATION:No significant health hazard identified INGESTION:  No significant health hazard identified
HMIS CODE:(Health : 0) (Flammability : 1)  (Reactivity : 0)
NFPA CODE:(Health : 0)  (Flammability : 1)  Reactivity : 0)

FIRST AID MEASURES
EYE: Flush eye with plenty of water. Seek medical assistance for mechanical removal of foreign bodies from the eye. 
SKIN: Clean skin with soap and water or waterless hand cleaner. INHALATION: If adverse effects occur, remove to fresh air. 
INGESTION:  If a large amount is swallowed, get medical attention.
NOTE TO PHYSICIANS: There are no known adverse effects caused by this product.


FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES  
Flashpoint:       > 200oF
UEL:    Not determined.

LEL:    Not determined.
AUTOIGNITION TEMPERATURE: Not determined.
FLAMMABILITY CLASSIFICATION:  None
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA:  Agents approved for Class B hazards (e.g., dry chemical, carbon dioxide, foam, steam) or water fog.
UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS: None identified.
FIRE-FIGHTING EQUIPMENT: Firefighters should wear full bunker gear, including a positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus.
PRECAUTIONS:  There are no special requirements for this product.
HAZARDOUS COMBUSTION PRODUCTS:
  Incomplete burning can produce carbon monoxide and/or carbon dioxide and other harmful products.

ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES  
Remove mechanically or with scraper and shovel and place in a container for disposal.

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ADCOSEALâ„¢ KORAPOP 330
Description/Overview:

ADCOSEAL KORAPOP 330 is a one-component rapid hardening elastic sealing compound with excellent high initial tack.

Features & Benefits:

Features

Excellent Adhesion to a variety of metals (zinc, aluminum, steel)

Good resistance to humidity, weathering and temperatures from -40F – 176F (-40C – 80C). For short intervals, resistant up to 248F (120C)

Good adhesion to painted and primed surfaces, wood, duroplastics and some thermoplastics (except PE, PP, PTFE) and

D18 221
Elastomeric (Butyl) Tape Compound
Description/Overview:

D18-221 (TT-0200 tape part number series) is a group of elastomeric (butyl), pressure sensitive tapes that are black in color.  The material is extruded to conform to specified dimensional tolerances and, unless otherwise specified, is protected on one side with a removable release liner.  D18-221 has good adhesion to both polar (ABS, acrylic, aluminum, glass, painted and steel substrates) and non-polar (EPDM, polyethylene, polypropylene and TPO substrates) surfaces.  Also, it has exceptional performance in low temperature environments.

 
Technical Data:

Technical Data

Properties

Typical Values

Test Method

Base polymer

Butyl

FT-IR

Color

Black

Visual

Density

1.10

ASTM D 1564

Tensile Strength

55 kPa

ASTM D 412, Die C

Elongation

1100%

ASTM D 412, Die C

Cone Penetration Hardness

75 dmm

ASTM D 217,

150 gram load

Release Liner Removal Force

0.2 N/mm

ASTM D 1000

Peel Adhesion

2.0 N/mm

FLTM BU 112-02, Method A

Adhesive Strength

1.5 N/mm

FLTM BU 112-02, Method C

Yield Strength

6.0 psi

Chrysler

LP463CB-10-01

Weatherstrip Peel Strength

1.4 N/mm

GM3601M

Cleavage Peel Strength

1.4 N/mm

GM9758P

Pluck Strength

45 N

GM9758P

Creep Resistance

1.5 mm

GM9758P

Cold Shock Resistance

Passes 10 slams

@ -29ºC

GM9773P

Fogging Resistance

80

SAE J1756

Burn Rate

0.99 inches / minute

FMVSS 302

Application Temperature Range

 

20º F  to 120º F  (-3º C to 49º C)

Service Temperature Range

 

-40º F to 190º F  (-40º C to 88º C)

Storage Stability

 

2 years minimum in unopened containers, when stored at 68° F  to 122° F 

(20° C to 50° C)

NOTE:  The foregoing information is published as general information only.  The listed properties and performance characteristics are approximate values and are not part of the product specification.

Features & Benefits:
Features

Benefits

Adheres to polar & non-polar surfaces

Attach or seal a broad range of dissimilar substrates

Low temperature flexibility

Great for transportation vehicle applications

Aggressive tack

Rapid surface wet-out yields faster components assembly

Packaging:

Contact your ADCO representative for specific sizes.
Thickness Ranges from 0.5 to 12 mm (0.1970 to .4728 in)
Width Ranges from 4 to 300 mm (0.1576 to 11.82 in)

Health & Safety:

For all ADCO products, and for other products used in conjunction with ADCO products, users must follow individual product data sheet and Material Safety Data Sheets (M.S.D.S.)

Always use protective eyewear.
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HelioBond® PVA 200
Solar Structural Sealant
Description/Overview:

HelioBond® PVA 200  is a silicone adhesive for bonding glass and providing additional edge strength or protection to laminated glass PV modules.

 
Technical Data:
Base Silicone Rubber, 2- part
Color Part A: BeigePart B: Black
Consistency Paste, No Slump
Mix Ratio-          By Weight-          By Volume  Part A: Part B = 10: 1Part A : Part B = 10:1
Density Part A:  1.37 g/mlPart B: 1.37 g/ml
Pot Life 15 minutes
Tack Free time 90 minutes
Hardness, Shore A 50
Tensile Strength 2.85 N/mm2
Elongation at Break 250%
Modulus at 100% Elongation 1.53 N/mm2
Features & Benefits:
 
High Strength and elasticity 
High Modulus 
Very High UV Resistance 
Adhesion to clean surfaces such as glass, aluminum, stainless  steel, galvanized steel, wood, and plastics.  Depending on type of substrate pre-treatment may be required. 
Usage/Application Notes:

Mixing Instructions 
The product should be mixed in suitable mixing and dispensing equipment.  The mix ratio must be set at 10 parts base to 1 part hardener.  The mix ratio is the same by weight and volume.  At 23ºC(74ºF) ambient temperature the pot life is approximately 15 minutes. Mix ratio variation may not exceed +/- 5%.

Preparation
The substrates must be dry, clean, and free from dust and grease. As a cleaning agent we recommend Korasolv GL.  Due to the diversity of substrates, preliminary tests are recommended.  Users are advised to confirm adhesion and compatibility of HelioBond®  PVA 200 to substrates with their own tests.  Users are also encouraged to carry out adhesion testing on a regular basis to account for any changes in the substrate characteristics. Curing HelioBond® PVA 200 should be applied between 18ºC to 30ºC (64ºF to 86ºF).  The curing speed of HelioBond® PVA 200 depends on the ambient temperature during curing.  Higher temperatures will accelerate cure rate, lower temperatures will delay the curing reaction. Cleaning Korasolv GLClean tools immediately after use.  Cured material can only be removed mechanically.

Storage & Handling:

Shelf-life Properties
Storage: Store in cool, dry location with tightly closed containers
Shelf-life (Original closed packaging) Part A: 12 months  Part B: 9 months

Note: Part B is sensitive to humidity.

Availability/Cost
Availability and cost may be obtained from your ADCO representative by calling 800-764-0334.

 

Health & Safety:

Caution 
All statements and technical information in this document are based on tests or data that ADCO believes is reliable.  However, ADCO does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this information.  The user has sole knowledge and control of factors that can affect the performance of ADCO’s products in the user’s intended application.  It is the user’s responsibility to conduct tests to determine the compatibility of ADCO’s product with the design, structure, and materials of the user’s end product and the suitability of ADCO’s product for the user’s method of application and intended use.  The user assumes all risk and liability arising out of such use.

Health & Safety 
A complete Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) is available from ADCO for health and safety precautions. 

 

Millennium One Step™ Night Seal®
Description/Overview:

Millennium One Step™ Night Seal® is a highly elastomeric, solvent free, quick setting, foam sealer. The unique formulation results in a foam that has a weatherproof "skin". Millennium One Step™ Night Seal® sets in minutes, and is designed for use with our One Step™ application process.

Our One Stepapplication process eliminates error due to poor mixing. Application is quick and easy, resulting in significant labor savings for the contractor. No expensive specialty pumps or spray rigs are required.

Features & Benefits:

Ready to use

Requires no mixing, reduces labor costs

No temperature restrictions

Suitable for all climates

One Step™ technology

Easy to apply

Solvent free

VOC free, no odors

Elastomeric

Remains flexible, absorbs stresses

Low rise foam

Accommodates minor surface irregularities

Unique weatherproof "skin"

Waterproof tie-ins within minutes

Usage/Application Notes:

Millennium One Step™ Night Seal® is designed for use as a quick and reliable sealer at temporary tie-in locations between new roof covers and existing roof systems. Millennium One Step™ Night Seal® eliminates the need for messy asphalt mastics and bitumens or less reliable porous surface foams.

With a utility knife, remove the molded tips at the groove from the One Step™ mixing head.

Attach a One Step™ mixing nozzle to the threaded mixing head.Place the cartridge into the appropriate One Step™ applicator.

Properly prepare existing membrane and/or substrate at temporary tie-in location. Surface to receive Millennium One Step™ Night Seal® must be dry, clean, and free of loose material. All loose gravel must be removed. Apply Millennium One Step™ Night Seal® directly to the prepared substrate. Apply a continuous bead (minimum 3/4" width) approximately 1-1/2" from where the roof covers leading edge will fall. As the sealer is applied immediately place edge of the roof cover into the wet material. Do not allow the material to skin over.

Roll the outside edge of the roof cover to ensure positive contact with the substrate and to create a sufficient "bleed out" of sealer. Millennium One Step™ Night Seal® will expand and seal the leading edge of the roof cover.

Un-used material can be applied at a later date by simply plugging the cartridges (with provided half moon plugs) and using a new One Step™ mixing Nozzle.

Equipment

The fast and dependable One Step™ applicators make applying Millennium One Step™ Night Seal® simple:

Battery Powered Single Bead

• Pneumatic Single Bead
• Stand Up Single Bead
• Ultra Drive Manual Applicator
• Heavy Duty Manual Applicator 
Surface Preparation

All work surfaces should be clean, dry, and free of dirt, dust, debris, oils, loose and/or embedded gravel, un-adhered coatings, deteriorated membrane and other contaminants that may result in a surface that is not sound or is uneven.

Limitations

• Do not apply to wet or damp surfaces.
• Not intended for insulation attachment.

Packaging:

Millennium One Step™ Night Seal® is available in the following package:

Cartridge Size                  Part#                    Cartridges/Case

1.5 Liter                      OS-NS15-04                           4

Covers 300 - 400 lin ft (91m - 122m) per case. Coverage rates are based on an application of one continuous ribbon approximately 3/4" (1.9cm) in width. Coverage rates will vary depending on surface conditions. Extremely irregular surfaces may require the use of a larger bead of material.

Color: Black

Storage & Handling:

Storage

Keep temperature of contents between 65°F-85°F (18°C-29°C) 24 hours prior to use. Do not store in direct sunlight or temperatures higher than 90°F (32°C).

Health & Safety:

Safety

Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

CAUTION:

All statements and technical information in this document are based on tests or data that ADCO believes is reliable. However, ADCO does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this information. The user has sole knowledge and control offactors that can affect the performance of ADCO’s products in the user’s intended application. It is the user’s responsibility toconduct tests to determine the compatibility of ADCO’s product with the design, structure, and materials of the user’s end product and the suitability of ADCO’s product for the user’s method of application and intended use. The user assumes all risk and liability arising out of such use.

Millennium Universal Primer
Click for the Millennium Universal Primer Technical Bulletin (Millennium_Universal_Primer_0037-0411.pdf)
Description/Overview:

European MSDS

Millennium Universal Primer is an all-purpose water-based primer designed for use with the entire Millennium family of products. The primer is easy to apply and requires no mixing. A red tint offers easy recognition of areas of applied primer.

Features & Benefits:

One part

Easy to apply, no mixing

Water based

Soap and water clean up

Solvent free

VOC free, no flame hazards

Quick application

Applies in one coat

Usage/Application Notes:

Millennium Universal Primer is specially formulated for use as a film former that will enhance adhesion to most surfaces. It is approved for use over the following roof types:

  • Built-up systems
     
  • Modified Bitumen
     
  • Metal

For additional information, contact our Technical Department.

All work surfaces should be clean, dry, free of dirt, dust, debris, oils, loose gravel, unadhered coatings, deteriorated membrane and other contaminants that may result in a surface that is not sound.

Brush, spray, or roll Millennium Universal Primer over the entire prepared surface. Applies in one coat. Allow primer to dry. Remove all heavy or puddled areas to ensure thorough drying.

Limitations

  • Millennium Universal Primer should not be applied to a wet surface, all surfaces must be dry prior to application.

  • Millennium Universal Primer should not be applied to PVC roof membranes.

  • Millennium Universal Primer should not be applied when material or surface temperatures are below 40°F (4°C).

  • Millennium Universal Primer should not be applied over silicone base coatings. 

Color
Red

Surface Preparation

All work surfaces should be clean, dry, and free of dirt, dust, debris, oils, loose and/or embedded gravel, un-adhered coatings, deteriorated membrane and other contaminants that may result in a surface that is not sound or is uneven.

Equipment

Approved application equipment:

  • Pressurized garden sprayer
     
  • Brush
     
  • Paint roller
Packaging:

Millennium Universal Primer is available in the following package:

Pail Size                       Part #               Pails/Pallet

3.5 gallon (13.2 L)     UP-3.5P-01                 36

Covers 150 - 250 sq ft (14m2 - 23m2) per gallon. Coverage rates my be slightly higher over irregular surfaces.

 

Storage & Handling:

Storage

Millennium Universal Primer can be stored at room temperature where it will have a shelf life of one year. Keep from freezing.

Health & Safety:

Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

CAUTION:
All statements and technical information in this document are based on tests or data that ADCO believes is reliable. However, ADCO does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this information. The user has sole knowledge and control offactors that can affect the performance of ADCO’s products in the user’s intended application. It is the user’s responsibility toconduct tests to determine the compatibility of ADCO’s product with the design, structure, and materials of the user’s end product and the suitability of ADCO’s product for the user’s method of application and intended use. The user assumes all risk and liability arising out of such use.

Millennium Water Block Mastic
Product Number: CT-0304-GR
Click for the Millennium Water Block Mastic Technical Bulletin (Millennium_Water_Block_Mastic_0021-0411.pdf)
Description/Overview:

Millennium Water Block Mastic is a gray colored, high performance, low VOC, non-curing, permanently flexible gun grade mastic. It maintains a positive seal by remaining flexible and adhered to all approved substrates.

 
Technical Data:
Typical Physical Properties and Characteristics

 

Typical Values

Test Method

Base Polymer

Synthetic Rubber

 FTIR

Adhesion

Excellent to most clean, dry surfaces

ASTM C 794

Water Resistance

No adhesion loss, no
shrinkage, no chalking

 

Flash Point

105ºF (40ºC)

ASTM D 56

VOC Content

<150 g/L

ASTM D 3960

Solids Content

85% Minimum

ASTM C 681

Weight/Gal

10.5 lbs.

ASTM D 1475

Application Properties

ServiceTemperature

 -40ºF to 200ºF

 ASTM D 3359

 Application Temp.

 Application Temp.

 ASTM D 3359

NOTE:
The foregoing information is published as general information only.  The listed properties and performance characteristics are typical values and are not to be interpreted as manufacturing specifications.

Features & Benefits:
Features Benefits
Low VOC formula (<150 g/L) Suitable for use in VOC regulated markets
Excellent adhesion to clean and dry substrates. No primer required Adheres to concrete, masonry, gypsum, metal, glass, plastic and wood surfaces
Excellent gunnability at low temperatures Wide application temperature range
Water resistant, even under
immersion conditions
Long term moisture barrier
Non-skinning and non-curing Permanently flexible even at low temperatures
Usage/Application Notes:

Basic Use
Millennium Water Block Mastic is a non-curing, non-skinning secondary sealant designed for unexposed waterproofing applications.  Millennium Water Block Mastic can be used:

  • Behind termination bar
  • Under roof drains
  • Acoustical sealant
  • Roof panel rib sealant
  • Vapor barrier sealant

Surface Preparation
All work surfaces should be clean, dry, free of dirt, dust, debris, oils, un-adhered coatings, deteriorated membrane and other contaminants that may result in a surface that is not sound or is uneven.  If necessary, clean the surface to receive the Millennium Water Block Mastic with an approved surface cleaner.

Application

  1. Cut nozzle on cartridge to allow proper bead installation.
  2. Apply an approximately 1/2” (1.3cm) size bead (or appropriate size bead to completely seal void) of Millennium Water Block Mastic between the objects to be sealed.
  3. Install product and fasten accordingly.  Note:  Millennium Water Block Mastic is not intended to be used as a structural sealant or to replace mechanical fastening.  It is intended for waterproofing only.
  4. For drain applications, install a continuous bead of Millennium Water Block Mastic in between roof membrane and drain bowl.  Install drain clamping ring according to drain manufacturers recommendations.
  5. Note:  This is a non-skinning, non-curing sealant and is intended for unexposed applications only.

Limitations

  • Talc, dust, oil, ice, snow, or wet conditions inhibit good adhesion. Clean and dry surfaces are necessary for proper installation of this product.
  • Not recommended for direct contact with insulating glass sealants.
  • Not to be used in locations exposed to direct UV light.
  • Not to be painted.
  • Use only in unexposed areas.
Packaging:

Millennium Water Block Mastic is available in the following package:

Cartridge Size  Part # Cartridges/Case
10.3 fl.oz. (305mL) CT-0304-GR 30

Coverage rate will be approximately 10-12 lineal feet (3.0 - 3.7m) for a 1/2” (1.3cm) bead.

Storage & Handling:
Store material in original unopened packaging at temperatures between 40°F-110°F. Shelf life is 24 months when stored as recommended.
Health & Safety:

Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

 

CAUTION: All statements and technical information in this document are based on tests or data that ADCO believes is reliable. However, ADCO does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this information. The user has sole knowledge and control of factors that can affect the performance of ADCO’s products in the user’s intended application. It is the user’s responsibility to conduct tests to determine the compatibility of ADCO’s product with the design, structure, and materials of the user’s end product and the suitability of ADCO’s product for the user’s method of application and intended use. The user assumes all risk and liability arising out of such use.

AT-2 Gray
Very High Bond Acrylic Tape
Description/Overview:

ADCO AT-2 is a pressure sensitive, gray, foamed core, acrylic tape system designed to provide a superior bond between a wide variety of substrates. The tape possesses a uniform high-tack acrylic adhesive on both surfaces and will bond to most clean, dry, oil-free substrates.  The tape is formulated to withstand a wide range of weathering and temperature conditions without losing adhesion.

ADCO AT-2 can be used in a variety of applications including window muntin bar attachment, automotive trim attachment, signs, graphics, furniture, appliances, and many other manufacturing and construction applications to replace mechanical fasteners and welds. ADCO AT-2 offers numerous advantages, including increased compressibility, a waterproof bond, ease of application, the ability to withstand thermal movement, and sound deadening properties. 

Features & Benefits:
  • Gray appearance
  • Compressibility with foamed core
  • Pressure sensitive bonding
  • Stain resistant after aged contact
  • Moisture resistant
  • Excellent weathering properties
  • Reduces and dampens vibration and shock
  • Adhesion at sub-zero temperatures
  • Hardening or brittle resistant with age
  • Flexible, moldable, compressible – conforms to intricate shapes
Usage/Application Notes:

ACRYLIC TAPE AND ADHESION PROMOTER
APPLICATION GUIDE

1. Substrate Evaluation

Acrylic adhesive is suitable for bonding a variety of substrates, including many plastics composites, sealed wood and metals.  Low energy surface materials such as polyethylene, polypropylene, silicones and Teflon can be a problem bonding.  Thorough evaluation is recommended when bonding to any questionable surface.  An adhesion promoter (primer) for use with pressure sensitive acrylic adhesives may be necessary to facilitate proper bonding and is available from ADCO Products.

2. Preparation of Substrate

The substrate to be bonded should be cleaned with an appropriate solvent, preferably IPA (Isopropanol) no more that 15 minutes prior to bonding of acrylic adhesive backed part.  To ensure removal of all contaminants without leaving any residue, use a clean, lint-free wiping cloth or disposable wipe (never recycled rags).  Other solvents such as hexane, heptane or methanol may be suitable for cleaning various substrates after thorough evaluation.  The substrate must be thoroughly dry through evaporation of the solvent with radiant heat, hot air dryers or with time before bonding acrylic adhesive backed parts.  Insure optimum substrate temperature, never below 60°F. (15°C) at application time.  Assure application temperature of 50°F to 100°F (10°C to 38°C).

3. Adhesive Promoter Application – If necessary

Apply the ADCO AP-1 Adhesive Promoter to the substrate(s) either with a lint-free applicator or foam brush.  Apply the Adhesion Promoter in a “wet” laydown thickness range of 1-8 mils.  Allow the Adhesion Promoter to dry approximately (5) minutes.  Don’t touch the Adhesion Promoter.

4. Application of Adhesive Backed Part to the Substrate

Remove the protective release liner from the acrylic tape immediately prior to applying the part to be bonded, being careful not to contaminate the acrylic adhesive.  Apply within 15 minutes after the adhesion promoter has been applied.  Apply the part to be bonded without entrapping air between the tape and the substrate with a recommended minimum application pressure of 15 pounds per inch of tape width to achieve adhesive to substrate contact and maximum bond strength.                                  

Storage & Handling:

Tape Color

 

Gray

Tape Thickness

 

0.045 in.

1.143mm

Tape Width

 

0.25 - 18 in

6.35 - 457.2mm

Tensile Strength

ASTM D412 Die C

135 psi

0.0949 kg/mm2

Elongation

ASTM D412 Die C

900%

Peel Adhesion

ASTM D3330

10 pli

1.751 NLMM

Cleavage Peel Strength

ASTM D1062

20 psi

0.0141 kg/mm2

Dynamic Shear Strength

ASTM D3163

60 psi

0.0422 kg/mm

Shelf Life

 

2 years minimum

Installation Temperature

 

Constant Temperature Limit

 

50°F - 100°F
10°C - 38°C

-30°F - 200°F
-34°C - 93°C

Korapop 330
Description/Overview:

ADCOSEAL® KORAPOP 330 is a one-component rapid hardening elastic sealing compound with excellent high initial tack.

Features & Benefits:

Features

Excellent Adhesion to a variety of metals (zinc, aluminum, steel)

Good resistance to humidity, weathering and temperatures from -40F – 176F (-40C – 80C). For short intervals, resistant up to 248F (120C)

Good adhesion to painted and primed surfaces, wood, duroplastics and some thermoplastics (except PE, PP, PTFE) and

Korapur 125
Click for the Korapur 125 Technical Bulletin (AdcoSeal_Korapur_125_R02.pdf)
Description/Overview:

ADCOSEAL® Körapur 125 is a one-component adhesive and sealant for primed and painted metals, aluminum, wood materials, masonry, concrete and duroplastics in the manufacture of vehicles, vehicle bodywork, containers, HVAC equipment, metalwork, and general construction. 

Features & Benefits:

Features

Benefits

Adheres to a Wide Variety of Substrates

Versatility in Application Design

Excellent Adhesion

Reduced Surface Preparation

Withstands Joint Movement

Design Flexibility

Paintable

Contamination Free

Permanently Flexible

Extended Life Cycle

Low Solvent

Environmentally Safe

Fast Curing Formula

Assembly Time Reduction

AT-5
Description/Overview:

ADCO AT-5 is a pressure sensitive, black, foamed core, acrylic tape system designed to provide a superior bond between a wide variety of substrates. The tape possesses a uniform high-tack acrylic adhesive on both surfaces and will bond to most clean, dry, oil-free substrates.  The tape is formulated to withstand a wide range of weathering and temperature conditions without losing adhesion.

ADCO AT-5 can be used in a variety of applications including window muntin bar attachment, automotive trim attachment, signs, graphics, furniture, appliances, and many other manufacturing and construction applications to replace mechanical fasteners and welds. ADCO AT-5 offers numerous advantages, including increased compressibility, a waterproof bond, ease of application, the ability to withstand thermal movement, and sound deadening properties. 

Features & Benefits:
Flexible, moldable, compressible – conforms to intricate shapes

Korapop 225
Click for the Korapop 225 Technical Bulletin (AdcoSeal_Korapop_225_R01.pdf)
Description/Overview:

ADCOSEAL® KORAPOP 225 is a solvent-free, elastic, one-component sealant and adhesive for vehicle bodywork, containers and vehicle manufacture, air conditioning and heating equipment,  metalwork, etc.  ADCOSEAL® KORAPOP 225  is an excellent UV stable material designed to outperform traditional urethane and acrylic offerings.

 
Technical Data:

Technical Data

Physical Properties

 

Typical Values

Test Method

Color:

White

 

Density:

12 lbs/gal

ASTM D 1475

Viscosity:

Pasty, spreadable with a blade or with a caulk gun, high stability

 

Curing speed:

1/8” within 24 hours

ASTM C 679

Time for skin formation:

Approx. 25 min

 

Change in weight:

Approx. 1% within 14 days

ASTM C 733

Adhesion-in-Peel:

Ca. 110 pli

ASTM C 794

Shore A hardness:

Approx. 42

ASTM C 661

Elongation at break:

 
Features & Benefits:

Features

Benefits

Excellent Adhesion to a Variety of Substrates

Flexibility/Adhesion to Substrates with Dissimilar Coefficients of Expansion

Instant Paintability

No Manufacturing Down Time

Can be Used Without Primer on Most Materials

Reduced Surface Preparation

Solvent-free

Environmentally Safe

Excellent UV Stability

Extended Elasticity and Appearance Integrity

Shock Resistance and Vibration Damping

Seal, Bond, and Reduce Noise in One Application

Fast Curing

Assembly Time Reduction

ADCOSEALâ„¢ Korapur 125
Description/Overview:

ADCOSEAL™ Körapur 125 is a one-component adhesive and sealant for primed and painted metals, aluminum, wood materials, masonry, concrete and duroplastics in the manufacture of vehicles, vehicle bodywork, containers, HVAC equipment, metalwork, and general construction. 

Features & Benefits:

Features

Benefits

Adheres to a Wide Variety of Substrates

Versatility in Application Design

Excellent Adhesion

Reduced Surface Preparation

Withstands Joint Movement

Design Flexibility

Paintable

Contamination Free

Permanently Flexible

Extended Life Cycle

Low Solvent

Environmentally Safe

Fast Curing Formula

Assembly Time Reduction

ADCOSEALâ„¢ KORAPOP 225
Description/Overview:

ADCOSEAL™ KORAPOP 225 is a solvent-free, elastic, one-component sealant and adhesive for vehicle bodywork, containers and vehicle manufacture, air conditioning and heating equipment,  metalwork, etc.  ADCOSEAL™ KORAPOP 225  is an excellent UV stable material designed to outperform traditional urethane and acrylic offerings.

Features & Benefits:

Features

Benefits

Excellent Adhesion to a Variety of Substrates

Flexibility/Adhesion to Substrates with Dissimilar Coefficients of Expansion

Instant Paintability

No Manufacturing Down Time

Can be Used Without Primer on Most Materials

Reduced Surface Preparation

Solvent-free

Environmentally Safe

Excellent UV Stability

Extended Elasticity and Appearance Integrity

Shock Resistance and Vibration Damping

Seal, Bond, and Reduce Noise in One Application

Fast Curing

Assembly Time Reduction

7155-3
Description/Overview:

RV 7155-3 is a die cut, rubber-based sealer,

which expands with the application of heat

to form a flexible, closed cell foam.  It has

excellent adhesion to galvanized and primed

steel and is recommended for use between

metal components to affect a watertight seal.

Features & Benefits:

FEATURES

BENEFITS

Die cuttable

Used for many different sizes

Expandable

Fills voids & gaps while creating a closed cell foam

AT-3
Very High Bond Acrylic Tape
Chemical Name:

COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

 

 Chemical Name  C.A.S. No Weight 
 Ethylhexyl Acrylate  103-11-7  2 -6
 Acrylic Acid, Glacial   79-10-7    0.1 - 1 
 Octyl/Decyl Acrylate  2156-96-9  0.02 – 0.4

(See Section 8.0, "Exposure Controls / Personal Protection", for exposure guidelines)               

Description/Overview:

ADCO AT-3 is a pressure sensitive, structural grade, solid acrylic tape system designed to provide a superior bond between a wide variety of substrates.  The tape possesses a uniform high-tack acrylic adhesive on both surfaces with an integral core of solid acrylic polymer.  The tape will bond to most clean, dry, oil-free surfaces and is formulated to withstand a wide range of weathering and temperature conditions without losing adhesion.

ADCO AT-3 can be used in a variety of applications including auto trim attachment, signs, graphics, skin to frame assembly, furniture, appliances, and many other manufacturing and construction applications to replace mechanical fasteners and welds. ADCO AT-3 offers numerous advantages including a waterproof bond, ease of application, the ability to withstand thermal movement, and sound deadening properties. 

 
Technical Data:
Tape Color

 

Translucent

Tape Thickness

 

0.025, 0.030, 0.045, 0.060, and 0.080 in.

0.635, 0.762, 1.143, 1.524, and 2.032 mm

Tape Width

 

0.25 - 18 in.

6.35 - 457.2 mm

Tensile Strength

ASTM D412 Die C

200 psi

0.1406 kg/mm2

Elongation

ASTM D412 Die C

500%

Peel Adhesion

ASTM D3330

15 pli

2.626 N/mm

Cleavage Peel Strength

ASTM D1062

30 psi

0.0211 kg/mm2

Dynamic Shear Strength

ASTM D3163

90 psi

0.0633 kg/mm 2

Shelf Life

Installation Temperature

 

Constant Temperature Limit

 

 

2 years minimum

 50°F - 100°F

10°C - 38°C

-30°F - 200°F

-34°C - 93°C

Features & Benefits:
  • Pressure sensitive bonding
  • Stain resistant after aged contact
  • Solid composition for easy cutting
  • Moisture resistant
  • Excellent weathering properties
  • Reduces and dampens vibration and shock
  • Maintains adhesion at sub-zero temperatures
  • Hardening or brittle resistant with age
  • Solid acrylic core for superior strength
  • Flexible, moldable, compressible – conforms to intricate shapes
  • Approved to GM specification GM3802M TYPE 14
  • Approved to Chrysler specification MS-CH59-C
  • Approved to Ford specification WSB-M3G138-B
Usage/Application Notes:

ACRYLIC TAPE AND ADHESION PROMOTER
APPLICATION GUIDE

1.     Substrate Evaluation

Acrylic adhesive is suitable for bonding a variety of substrates, including many plastics composites, sealed wood and metals.  Low energy surface materials such as polyethylene, polypropylene, silicones and Teflon can be a problem bonding.  Thorough evaluation is recommended when bonding to any questionable surface.  An adhesion promoter (primer) for use with pressure sensitive acrylic adhesives may be necessary to facilitate proper bonding and is available from ADCO Products.

2.     Preparation of Substrate

The substrate to be bonded should be cleaned with an appropriate solvent, preferably IPA (Isopropanol) no more that 15 minutes prior to bonding of acrylic adhesive backed part.  To ensure removal of all contaminants without leaving any residue, use a clean, lint-free wiping cloth or disposable wipe (never recycled rags).  Other solvents such as hexane, heptane or methanol may be suitable for cleaning various substrates after thorough evaluation.  The substrate must be thoroughly dry through evaporation of the solvent with radiant heat, hot air dryers or with time before bonding acrylic adhesive backed parts.  Insure optimum substrate temperature, never below 60°F. (15°C) at application time.  Assure application temperature of 50°F to 100°F (10°C to 38°C).

3.     Adhesive Promoter Application – If necessary

Apply the ADCO AP-1 Adhesive Promoter to the substrate(s) either with a lint-free applicator or foam brush.  Apply the Adhesion Promoter in a “wet” laydown thickness range of 1-8 mils.  Allow the Adhesion Promoter to dry approximately (5) minutes.  Don’t touch the Adhesion Promoter.

4.  Application of Adhesive Backed Part to the Substrate

Remove the protective release liner from the acrylic tape immediately prior to applying the part to be bonded, being careful not to contaminate the acrylic adhesive.  Apply within 15 minutes after the adhesion promoter has been applied.  Apply the part to be bonded without entrapping air between the tape and the substrate with a recommended minimum application pressure of 15 pounds per inch of tape width to achieve adhesive to substrate contact and maximum bond strength.                                  

Millennium 1-Part Pumpable Sealant
Click for the Millennium 1-Part Pumpable Sealant Technical Bulletin (Millennium_1-Part_Pumpable_Sealant_0411.pdf)
Description/Overview:

Millennium 1-Part Pumpable Sealant is a single component, solvent free, self-leveling penetration pocket filler formulated using the latest technology. Millennium 1-Part Pumpable Sealant is non-gassing creating a solid filler profile and exhibits excellent weathering properties.

Usage/Application Notes:

Basic UseMillennium 1-Part Pumpable Sealant can be used for filling Millennium Lockin’ Pocket® Inter-Locking Pitch Pocket System or approved penetration pockets. Millennium 1-Part Pumpable Sealant can also be utilized to coat the Lockin’ Pocket® surface if white is desired.

Approved Membrane Substrates
• Granulated SBS Modified Bitumen
• Granulated APP Modified Bitumen
• EPDM
• TPO
• Smooth surfaced asphalt built-up roofs
• Gravel surfaced built-up roofs (asphalt & coal tar pitch)

For a complete list of approved substrates, or for additional information, contact our Technical Department.

Equipment
• Professional 29 oz. (1 quart) (860ml) caulk gun

Color
• Black
• White

Limitations

  • Do not apply over damp, contaminated or loose surfaces, old sealants, or other foreign substances that may impair adhesion.
  • Not recommended for use as a joint sealant.
  • Not recommended for continuous immersion in water.
  • Do not mix with asphalt and other filler compounds  impregnated|
     with oil, tar, etc.

Application

  1. Cut nozzle to desired size and puncture seal inside the nozzle. 
  2. Refer to Millennium Lockin’ Pocket® Inter-Locking Pitch Pocket System product data sheet for complete application instructions if 1-Part Sealant is to be used in conjunction with Lockin’ Pocket®.
  3. Gun/pump Millennium 1-Part Pumpable Sealant into penetration pocket to the required level. The entire pocket must be filled. No grouts or fillers are required when 1-Part Sealer is used in conjunction with Millennium Lockin’ Pocket®.
  4. Approved pitch pockets must be filled with a minimum of 2” (5cm) of Millennium 1-Part Pumpable Sealant in accordance with all of ADCO Roofing Products’ current application instructions. Apply Millennium 1-Part Pumpable Sealant in a continuous operation to avoid air entrapment and overlapping.
  5. Option for white Lockin’ Pocket®: Coat the surface of the Lockin’ Pocket® with 1-Part Sealer. Trowel/ spread as necessary to achieve desired finish.
  6. Millennium 1-Part Pumpable Sealant will form a skin on the top surface within 60 minutes of intitial installation. Full cure rate is approximately 1/4” (0.6cm) per 24 hours depending on relative humidity and temperature.

Surface Preparation
Membrane and penetration surfaces must be clean, dry and structurally sound, free of contaminants, including but not limited to dust, dirt, loose particles, rust, oils, etc. If substrate is coated, scrape away all loose and weakly bonded coating. Any coating that cannot be removed must be tested to verify adhesion of the sealant or to determine the appropriate surface preparation if needed.

When Millennium 1-Part Pumpable Sealant is to be used in a Lockin’ Pocket® installed on a single ply membrane, the surface of the membrane must be prepared according to the single ply manufacturer’s
recommendations. As a general guideline the following methods of surface preparation shall apply:

  •  EPDM: Clean with splice wash or surface cleaner and prime.
  •  TPO: Clean with surface cleaner and prime.
  •  Gravel BUR’s: Remove gravel surfacing down to plies.

For applications over exisitng weathered asphalt or coal tar pitch built-up roof membranes apply Millennium Universal Primer prior to 1-Part Sealant application. For applications over fresh or non-oxidized asphalt, coal tar pitch, or plastic film membranes, apply Millennium Surface Treatment prior to 1-Part Sealant application.

 

Packaging:

Millennium 1-Part Pumpable Sealant is available in the following package:

Cartridge Size Part # Cartridges/case
 29 fl. oz. black  1P-BL29-12  12
 29 fl. oz. white  1P-WH29-12  12
Storage & Handling:

Storage
Storage in high temperature and high relative humidity environments may reduce the shelf life of Millennium 1-Part Pumpable Sealant. Shelf life is 12 months from date of manufacture when stored at or below 80°F (27°C).

Health & Safety:

Safety
Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

Millennium Cyclone I
Description/Overview:

Millennium Cyclone low pressure adhesive pump carts are bulk delivery systems specifically designed to dispense a two component 1 : 1 ratio low viscosity adhesive. The Cyclone includes 1 gun and 35 feet of hose.

Cyclone Owners Manual

Features & Benefits:
Features Benefits
Lightweight Easy to maneuver
Clean, contained delivery system Gun and hoses stay clean and free flowing, low maintenance
Quick and easy application  Perfect for large congested rooftops
Usage/Application Notes:

Start Up

  1. Make sure the gun is in the OFF mode an motor is turned off.
  2. Insert adhesive box labeled Part 1 into the tray labeled Part 1. Attach quick connect fitting on box to the Part 1 pump hose.
  3. Insert adhesive box labeled Part 2 into the tray labeled Part 2. Attach quick connect fitting on box to the Part 2 pump hose.
  4. With the gun in the OFF mode, flip power switch to “on”. After power has been supplied to the machine (approximately 15 seconds) proceed by turning the pump switch to the “on” position. Motor will run until it senses pressure in the Part 2 hose then it will shut off automatically. This is normal. Do not turn the power or pump switch off.
  5. Slowly open gun, motor will start automatically. Let a small amount of material flow out and ensure that an equal amount of material is coming out of each hose.
  6. Shut off gun, motor will stop automatically.
  7. Attach static mixing nozzle to gun using retaining nut. Ensure that it is completely seated, and then begin applying material.
  8. Apply material directly to the substrate as recommended by the product manufacturer. Use the variable 3 speed switch to adjust the pump speed for rough, irregular surfaces where more adhesive may be needed.

Surface Preparation
All work surfaces should be clean, dry, and free of dirt, dust, debris, oils, loose and/or embedded gravel, un-adhered coatings, deteriorated membrane and other contaminants that may result in a surface that is not sound or is uneven.
For re-cover applications apply Millennium Universal Primer or Millennium Surface Treatment to all substrates prior to the
application of adhesive.

Shut-down or extended breaks

  1. Close gun valves.
  2. Turn off pump. Turn off power.
  3. Remove static mixing nozzle and discard.
  4. Place metal static mixing tip retaining nut in solvent. Retaining nut must be reused with each new static mixing nozzle. If using a plastic retaining nut discard and use a new one.
  5. Relieve any pressure in hoses by opening and closing gun valve.
  6. Pump an approved grease into both grease fittings on the gun manifold until it flows out of the tip. Install grease into the part 1 (A) grease fitting first.

Important: Remove static mixing nozzle during any pause in application or operation. If static mixing nozzle remains on gun, material can react and harden in the gun and possibly the ends of the hoses. During removal and attachment of static mixing nozzles a wrench may be necessary to turn the tip retaining nut. Ensure that the static mixing nozzel is fully seated on the thread. When using plastic retaining nuts do not allow pressure to build up in the static mixing nozzle.

Packaging:

Material Packaging and Coverage
Millennium PG-1 Pump Grade Insulation Adhesive kit:
Part 1 (A) - 5 gallon (18.9L) Box
Part 2 (B) - 5 gallon (18.9L) Box

Part 1 (A) and Part 2 (B) (complete kit) mixed through the Millennium Cyclone low pressure pump cart will produce approximately 2,000 to 2,500 sq. ft. (186m2 - 232m2 ) when properly mixed and applied.

Coverage estimates indicate total square feet of insulation attachment per kit. Rates are based on an application pattern of 4 ribbons, 1/2” - 3/4” (1.3cm- 1.9cm) wide, 12”(30cm) o.c. per 4’ x 4’ (1.2m x 1.2m) insulation board.

For more information on Millennium PG-1 Pump Grade Insulation
Adhesive refer to the Product Information Sheet.

Limitations

  • Do not apply to wet or damp surfaces.
  • Not recommended for use with insulation boards larger
    than 4’ x 4’ (1.2m x 1.2m).
  • Do not use warped or curled insulation boards. All
  • Insulation boards must lay flat upon the roof surface.
Storage & Handling:

Machine Storage
Long term storage (30 days) will require that Part 1 and Part 2 be flushed from the lines and pumps using Cyclone System Solution. After extended storage the gravity feed supply lines may need to be replaced. Material can be allowed to stand in the machine for short periods of time, however, it is very important that Part 1 not be exposed to air or moisture to prevent crystallization. Material should be run through the pump and hoses every three to four weeks when the pump is not in use. Cyclone System Solution can be run though the pump for this purpose and does not require addtional flushing before putting back into storage.

Health & Safety:

Safety
Protective equipment such as safety glasses and protective gloves must be worn when operating or servicing the Millennium Cyclone pump carts.

The Millennium Cyclone pump carts run on 110 volt 60Hz AC current. Use a grounded power cord that is in good condition, rated for outdoor use, and a minimum of 14- gauge construction. Servicing electrical components should only be done by trained personnel and only after disconnecting power to the pump.

Under no circumstances should any acid or corrosive chemicals be used in the machine. The electrical circuitry is not of explosion proof design and should not be used in any environment requiring such a design.

The Millenium Cyclone pump carts operate with pressure. The applicator should never be pointed at or near people. The gun should never be actuated when the outlet tip is blocked or restricted by cured adhesive, any object, or some part of the body.

Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

Millennium Cyclone System Solution
Click for the Millennium Cyclone System Solution Technical Bulletin (Millennium_Cyclone_System_Solution_0042-0411.pdf)
Description/Overview:

Millennium Cyclone System Solution is a specially formulated flushing solution developed for use with the Millennium Cyclone and Cyclone II adhesive pump carts. The convenient 1 gallon packaging with quick connect fi ttings makes it quick and easy to use.

Features & Benefits:

Quick connect fittings

Fast, easy hook up

Cleans/removes residual material for long term storage

Helps prevent cured adhesive from damaging pump and hose

One gallon packaging

Easy to handle

Specifically designed for use in the Cyclone and Cyclone II

Will not damage pump or components

Unique formulation

Compatible with Millennium brand adhesives

Usage/Application Notes:

Millennium Cyclone System Solution is used to flush residual adhesive component from the Cyclone pump and hoses in preparation for long-term equipment storage.

Application

  1. Ensure that power to the Cyclone pump is off .
  2. Remove Millennium PG-1 boxes from Cyclone by disconnecting the quick connect fi ttings.
  3. Install box labeled Millennium Cyclone System Solution Part 1 (color coded white) onto the Cyclone tray labeled Part 1 (white) and connect black fittings.
  4. Install box labeled Millennium Cyclone System Solution Part 2 (color coded blue) onto the Cyclone tray labeled Part 2 (blue) and connect gray fittings.
  5. Restore power to the Cyclone pump. Place an approved waste container under the gun and remove the mixing nozzle.
  6. Slowly open the gun valves and pump entire contents of Millennium Cyclone System Solution into the waste container. To ensure all adhesive component material is properly fl ushed out of the pump, hoses, and gun all solution in Part 1 and Part 2 boxes must be used.

Limitations

• Not to be used as an adhesive.

• For use in Cyclone and Cyclone II pump machines only.

Packaging:
Packaging and Coverage

Millennium Cyclone System Solution is available in the following package:

Size                                                    Part#                              Sets/Pallet

5 gallon (18.9L) box, Part 1(A)      EQ-CSS1B-A01                  20

5 gallon (18.9L) box Part 2 (B)      EQ-CSS1B-B01

One kit will provide enough solution for one complete flush of the pump and hoses.

Storage & Handling:

Keep temperature of contents between 45°F-95°F (7°C-35°C). Bring temperature of material to approximately 70°F (22°C) just before use. Do not store in direct sunlight or above 95°F (35°C). Store boxes valve side up.

 

Health & Safety:

Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

CAUTION:

All statements and technical information in this document are based on tests or data that ADCO believes is reliable. However, ADCO does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this information. The user has sole knowledge and control of factors that can aff ect the performance of ADCO’s products in the user’s intended application. It is the user’s responsibility to conduct tests to determine the compatibility of ADCO’s product with the design, structure, and materials of the user’s end product and the suitability of ADCO’s product for the user’s method of application and intended use. The user assumes all risk and liability arising out of such use.

Millennium EPDM Cover Strip
Product Number: ET-0911-06CC, ET-0911-09CC, ET-0911-12CC
Click for the Millennium EPDM Cover Strip Technical Bulletin (Millennium_EPDM_Cover_Strip_0018-0411.pdf)
Description/Overview:

Millennium EPDM Cover Strip consists of a semi-cured EPDM membrane that has been laminated to a 25 mil EPDM based pressure sensitive tape adhesive.

 
Technical Data:

Typical Physical Properties and Characteristics

  Typical Values Test Method
Base Polymer (Flashing & Tape) EPDM FTIR
Color (Flashing & Tape)  Black  Visual
Tensile Strength 900 psi min. ASTM D 412 Die C
Elongation 300% ASTM D 412
Tear Resistance 125lbs./in  ASTM D 624
Ozone Resistance  No Cracking ASTM D 4419
Peel Strength 10 pli @ 70ºF ASTM D 413
Shear Strength 20 psi @ 70ºF ASTM D 816
Brittleness Temperature  -50ºF ASTM D 2137

NOTE:
The foregoing information is published as general information only.  The listed properties and performance characteristics are typical values and are not to be interpreted as manufacturing specifications.

Features & Benefits:

 

Features Benefits
Resistant to UV light, high heat and moisture Long-term durability
Excellent adhesion to multiple substrates Suitable for a wide variety of sealing applications
No torch or liquid adhesives Improved safety
Fast installation Saves time and labor
Waterproof detail Suitable for roofing, pond lining, and waterproofing applications
Usage/Application Notes:

Basic Use
Millennium EPDM Cover Strips are designed to cover, protect, and seal mechanical fastening bars, membrane fasteners, core sample repair patches, membrane repairs, and seam overlays in all EPDM roofing systems.

Surface Preparation
All work surfaces should be clean, dry, and free of dirt, dust, debris, oils, un-adhered coatings, deteriorated membrane and other contaminants that may result in a surface that is not sound or is uneven.  If necessary, clean the surface to receive cover with an approved EPDM membrane cleaner.

Application

  1. Clean entire surface where Millennium EPDM Cover Strip will be applied.
  2. Apply EPDM primer to entire surface to be covered using the supplied scrub pad.  NOTE:  Use caution when installing at temperatures below 40oF (5oC) to prevent blushing of EPDM primer (formation of condensation on surface of primer).
  3. Allow the primer to dry to the touch (no material transfer, typically less than 20 minutes).  Dry time will vary depending on ambient temperature and humidity.
  4. Once the primer is dry immediately install Millennium EPDM Cover Strip.
  5. Position Cover Strip over primed area and remove release liner at 45 degree angle while pressing down cover strip by hand.
  6. Roll the Cover Strip with a 2” (5.08cm) wide silicone roller.
  7. Seal edges of cover detail with Millennium EPDM Edge Sealant.

Limitations

  • Not for use on PVC roof membranes.
  • Do not use for detail flashing applications.
  • Talc, dust, oil, ice, snow, or wet conditions inhibit good adhesion.  Clean and dry surfaces are necessary for proper installation of this product.

Color
Black

Packaging:

Millennium EPDM Cover Strip is available in the following sizes:

Widths  Length  Part #  Rolls/Case
6 inch (152mm)
9 inch (229mm)
12 inch (305mm)
100 ft. (30.48m)
100 ft. (30.48m)
50 ft.  (15.24m)
ET-0911-06CC
ET-0911-09CC
ET-0911-12CC
2
1
1
Storage & Handling:

Store material in original unopened packaging at temperatures between 40°F-110°F.  Shelf life is 12 months when stored as recommended.

Health & Safety:

Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

Millennium EPDM Edge Sealant
Product Number: CT-6343
Click for the Millennium EPDM Edge Sealant Technical Bulletin (Millennium_EPDM_Edge_Sealant_0020-0411.pdf)
Description/Overview:

Millennium EPDM Edge Sealant is a specially formulated high solids, low VOC, EPDM based sealant designed to seal the exposed edges of EPDM membrane splices.  The sealant has excellent adhesion to EPDM membranes.

 
Technical Data:

Typical Physical Properties and Characteristics

   Typical Values  Test Method
Base Polymer (Flashing & Tape)  EPDM  FTIR
Color (Flashing & Tape)  Black  Visual
Tensile Strength 900 psi min. ASTM D 412 Die C
Elongation 300% ASTM D 412
Tear Resistance 125lbs./in  ASTM D 624
Ozone Resistance  No Cracking ASTM D 4419
Peel Strength 10 pli @ 70ºF ASTM D 413
Shear Strength 20 psi @ 70ºF ASTM D 816
Brittleness Temperature  -50ºF ASTM D 2137

NOTE:
The foregoing information is published as general information only.  The listed properties and performance characteristics are typical values and are not to be interpreted as manufacturing specifications.

Features & Benefits:
Features Benefits
Low VOC formula (<250 g/L) Suitable for use in VOC regulated markets
Aliphatic solvent system Will not attack polystyrene
Excellent adhesion to a variety of substrates (EPDM, metals, wood, and concrete) Suitable for a wide variety of applications
Resistant to UV light, high heat, and moisture Long-term durability
High solids content Resistant to shrinking and cracking
 No sag or flow Suitable for both vertical and horizontal applicatio

 

Usage/Application Notes:

Millennium EPDM Edge Sealant is designed to seal the exposed edges of EPDM membrane roof system splices, T-joints, step downs, tie-ins, termination bars, and general flashing details.

Application

  1. Prior to application, insure that all seams and/or flashings are properly installed according to EPDM roof system manufacturer’s guidelines.
  2. Cut nozzle on tube for desired bead size.  Place patented feathering tip over cut nozzle prior to installing cartridge into caulking gun.
  3. Gun 1/4” (6.4mm) size bead of Millennium EPDM Edge Sealant along the exposed edge of membrane seam splice or flashing.
  4. No tooling of installed sealant is necessary if feathering tip is used.  If feathering tip is not used, tool the sealant.  Tool the sealant bead so the high point is above the offset of the splice and the edges are feathered onto the deck.
  5. Typically membrane and flashing seams must be allowed to age at least 2 hours before Millennium EPDM Edge Sealant is installed.  Refer to EPDM roof system manufacturer guidelines for additional recommendations.

Surface Preparation
All work surfaces should be clean, dry, free of dirt, dust, debris, oils, un-adhered coatings, deteriorated membrane and other contaminants that may result in a surface that is not sound or is uneven.  If necessary, clean the surface to receive the Edge Sealant with an approved EPDM membrane cleaner.

Limitations

  • Not to be used as a splicing cement between EPDM membranes.
  • Talc, dust, oil, ice, snow, or wet conditions inhibit good adhesion.  Clean and dry surfaces are necessary for proper installation of this product. 

Color
Black

Packaging:

Millennium EPDM Edge Sealant is available in the following package:

Cartridge Size  Part # Cartridges/Case
10.3 fl.oz. (305mL) CT-6343 12

Coverage rate will be approximately 20 - 22 lineal feet (6.0 - 6.7 m) for a 1/4” (0.64 cm) bead.

Storage & Handling:

Store material in original unopened packaging at temperatures between 40°F-110°F.  Shelf life is 24 months when stored as recommended.

Health & Safety:

Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

Millennium EPDM Flashing Tape
Product Number: ET-0553-05, ET-0553-06, ET-0553-09, ET-0553-12
Click for the Millennium EPDM Flashing Tape Technical Bulletin (Millennium_EPDM_Flashing_Tape_0017-0411.pdf)
Description/Overview:

Millennium EPDM Flashing Tapes consist of an uncured EPDM membrane that has been laminated to a 25 mil EPDM based pressure sensitive tape adhesive.  The flashing tape is extremely flexible and can be formed to fit irregular shapes and surfaces.

 
Technical Data:

 Typical Physical Properties and Characteristics

  Typical Values Test Method
Base Polymer (Flashing & Tape) EPDM FTIR
Color (Flashing & Tape) Black Visual
Tensile Strength (uncured) 250 psi max. ASTM D 412 Die C
 Elongation (uncured) 600% min. ASTM D 412 Die C
Ozone Resistance No Cracking ASTM D 1149
Peel Strength 10 pli @ 70ºF ASTM D 413
Shear Strength 20 psi @ 70ºF ASTM D 816
Brittleness Temperature -50ºF ASTM D 2137

NOTE:
The foregoing information is published as general information only.  The listed properties and performance characteristics are typical values and are not to be interpreted as manufacturing specifications.

Features & Benefits:
Features Benefits
Resistant to UV light, high heat and moisture Long-term durability
Excellent adhesion and formability Flashing details with proven peel-n-stick technology
No torch or liquid adhesives Improved safety
Fast installation Saves time and labor
Waterproof detail Suitable for roofing or waterproofing applications
Usage/Application Notes:

Basic Use
Millennium EPDM Flashing Tapes are ideal for flashing rooftop penetrations and other details such as:

  • Overlay at T-joints, corners, pipes, and penetrations
  • General repair in non-traffic areas
  • Gravel stop flashing
  • General purpose flashing
  • Metal edge tie-in

Application

  1. Clean entire surface where Millennium EPDM Flashing Tape will be applied.
  2. Apply EPDM primer to entire surface to be covered using the supplied scrub pad.  NOTE:  Use caution when installing at temperatures below 40oF (5oC) to prevent blushing of EPDM primer (formation of condensation on surface of primer).
  3. Allow the primer to dry to the touch (no material transfer, typically less than 20 minutes).  Dry time will vary depending on ambient temperature and humidity.
  4. Once the primer is dry immediately install Millennium EPDM Flashing Tape.
  5. Position Flashing Tape over primed area and remove release liner.  Press down and form Flashing Tape by hand.
  6. Roll the flashing with a 2” (5.08cm) wide silicone roller.
  7. Seal edges of flashing detail with Millennium EPDM Edge Sealant.

Surface Preparation
All work surfaces should be clean, dry, and free of dirt, dust, debris, oils, un-adhered coatings, deteriorated membrane and other contaminants that may result in a surface that is not sound or is uneven.  If necessary, clean the surface to receive the flashing with an approved EPDM membrane cleaner.

Limitations

  • Not for use on PVC roof membranes.
  • Not for use in high traffic areas.
  • Talc, dust, oil, ice, snow, or wet conditions inhibit good adhesion.  Clean and dry surfaces are necessary for proper installation of this product.

Color
Black

Packaging:

Millennium EPDM Flashing Tape is available in the following sizes:

Widths  Length  Part #  Rolls/Case
5 inch (127mm)
6 inch (152mm)
9 inch (229mm)
12 inch (305mm)
100 ft. (30.48m)
100 ft. (30.48m)
50 ft. (15.24m)
50 ft.  (15.24m)
ET-0553-05
ET-0553-06
ET-0553-09
ET-0553-12
2
2
2
1

 

 

Storage & Handling:

Store material in original unopened packaging at temperatures between 40°F-110°F.  Shelf life is 9 months when stored as recommended.

Health & Safety:

Prior to working with this or any product consult product label  and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

Millennium Foam Accelerator
Description/Overview:

Description
Millennium Foam Accelerator is a solvent free, spray applied liquid, specially developed for use with Millennium Pourable Foam Insulation Adhesive. This product is designed for use when a faster set time is desired such as cold temperatures or dry, low humidity conditions.

Features & Benefits:
Features Benefits
One part system Easy to apply, no mixing
Solvent free VOC free
Water base Soap and water cleanup
Usage/Application Notes:

Basic Use
Millennium Pourable Foam Insulation Adhesive relies on ambient
moisture to initiate the curing process. Ambient moisture is obtained from the surrounding environment.

Warm air retains a higher concentration of moisture than cold air, even at equal relative humidity (RH) measurements. In very dry, arid climates or in cold climates, the air holds little moisture, resulting in slower cure times.

Millennium Foam Accelerator introduces moisture and other reactive ingredients to promote a quicker set time when using Millennium Pourable Foam Insulation Adhesive. The introduction of Millennium Foam Accelerator simply provides the catalyst normally obtained from moisture in the air.

Millennium Foam Accelerator should be used in conditions where a slower cure time may be expected or whenever a quicker set time is desired, such as, cold temperatures or low humidity climates. Apply at full strength, do not dilute.

For additional information, contact our Technical Department.

Limitations

  • Do not apply to wet or damp surfaces.
  • Not recommended for use with insulation boards larger than 4’ x 4’ (1.2m x 1.2m).
  • Do not use warped or curled insulation boards. All insulation boards must lay flat upon the roof surface.
  • When applying Millennium Pourable Foam Insulation Adhesive over a smooth or sanded APP roof surface Millennium Surface Treatment will be required.

Application

  1. In cold weather and prior to use, store Millennium Pourable Foam Insulation Adhesive at room temperature 70°F (21°C) overnight. Like any cold applied adhesive, cooler temperatures can affect viscosity. Keeping the material warm will ensure proper viscosity and flow rate.
  2. Apply Millennium Pourable Foam Insulation Adhesive to the substrate following application guidelines.
  3. Prior to installing the insulation board, spray apply Millennium Foam Accelerator, full strength, with a pressurized garden sprayer 800 - 1,000 sq ft per gallon (74m2 - 93m2 per liter) over the freshly applied adhesive. Do not allow Millennium Foam Accelerator to puddle.
  4. Immediately, set the insulation board into place, insure board is in contact with the adhesive and substrate. If substrate is uneven or if the board does not make contact with wet adhesive for any reason, make relief cuts and/or place temporary weight on the board until the adhesive has set.

Equipment
Approved application equipment:
• Pressurized garden sprayer

Color
Light amber 

Packaging:

Packaging and Coverage

Millennium Foam Accelerator is available in the following package:

Pail Size  Pails/Pallet
 5 gallon (18.9 L)  36

Covers 4,000 - 5,000 sq ft (37m2 - 46m2 ) per gallon. Coverage
rates my be slightly higher over irregular surfaces.

Storage & Handling:

Storage
For ease of application, maintain a minimum material temperature of 70°F (21°C) prior to use. Shelf life is one year from date of manufacture. Keep from freezing.

Health & Safety:

Safety
Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

Millennium Hurricane Force® Membrane Adhesive
Click for the Millennium Hurricane Force® Membrane Adhesive Technical Bulletin (Millennium_Hurricane_Force_Membrane_Adh_0022-04111.pdf)
Description/Overview:

Millennium Hurricane Force® Membrane Adhesive is a fast setting, solvent free, cold process membrane adhesive, that becomes waterproof within minutes of application, and is designed for use with our patented application process.*

Our One Step application process eliminates error due to poor mixing. Application is quick and easy, resulting in significant labor savings for the contractor. No expensive specialty pumps or spray rigs are required.

Features & Benefits:

Ready to use

Requires no mixing, reduces labor costs

No temperature restrictions

Quick set even in cold climates

One Step™ technology

Easy to apply

Solvent free

VOC free, no odors

Elastomeric

Remains flexible, absorbs stresses

2-component technology

Fast setting, yet allows for repositioning of membrane

Ribbon applied

Eliminates blistering

Surface Preparation

All work surfaces should be clean, dry, and free of dirt, dust, debris, oils, loose and/or embedded gravel, un-adhered coatings, deteriorated membrane and other contaminants that may result in a surface that is not sound or is uneven.

For re-cover applications apply Millennium Universal Primer prior to the application of Millennium Hurricane Force® Membrane Adhesive. For applications over fresh and/or non-oxidized asphalt, coal tar or plastic film membranes, apply Millennium Surface Treatment prior to the application of Millennium Hurricane Force® Membrane Adhesive.

Usage/Application Notes:

Millennium Hurricane Force® Membrane Adhesive is designed for use as an adhesive for bonding approved base sheets, vapor retarders and membranes to approved substrates.

Millennium Hurricane Force® Membrane Adhesive is a low odor, quick setting, solvent free, formula that offers significant advantages over high odor, slow setting, solvent based adhesives.

With a utility knife, remove the molded tips at the groove from the One Step™ mixing head.

Attach a One Step™ mixing nozzle to the threaded mixing head.Place the cartridge into the appropriate One Step™ applicator. Always load cartridges with the label side up. Dispense an intial amount of Millennium Hurricane Force® Membrane Adhesive to ensure a proper mix, then discard.

Apply Millennium Hurricane Force® membrane Adhesive directly to the substrate, using a ribbon pattern. Space 1/2" - 3/4" (1.3cm - 1.9cm) wide beads either 12" (30cm), 9" (23cm), 6" (15cm) o.c. (or in full coverage) to achieve proper coverage depending on project specifications and requirements. As adhesive is applied, immediately set membrane into wet adhesive. Do not allow the adhesive to skin over. Eliminate uneven surfaces to ensure positive contact between the membrane and substrate.

Immediately broom roll with weighted roller to ensure positive contact between adhesive, membrane, and substrate and to eliminate the possibility of ridging.

Unused adhesive can be applied at a later date by simply plugging the cartridges (with provided half moon plugs) and using a new One Step™ mixing nozzle.

 

Approved Substrates

• Structural roof decking: concrete, gypsum, cemetitious wood fiber (tectum), wood, steel or lightweight insulating concrete

• Base sheets ( sanded or granule surfaced)

• Approved insulations (multi-layer applications)

• Smooth built-up roof surfaces (re-roof applications)

For a complete list of approved substrates, or for additional information, contact our Technical Department. 

Equipment

The fast and dependable One StepTM applicators make applying Millennium Hurricane Force® Membrane Adhesive simple:

• Patented Multi-Bead Plus*

• Battery Powered Single Bead

• Pneumatic Single Bead

 

Color

• Black

Limitations

• Do not apply to wet or damp surfaces.

• Not intended for insulation attachment.

Packaging:

Packaging and Coverage

Millennium Hurricane Force® Membrane Adhesive is available in the following package:

Cartridge Size                   Part#                    Cartridges/Case

1.5 Liter                        HF-MA15-04                          4

Each cartridge will produce approximately 100 - 125 lineal feet (30m - 38m) of 1/2" - 3/4" (1.3cm - 1.9cm) wide adhesive beads.

A four cartridge case will produce approximately 400 - 500 lineal feet (122m - 152m) of 1/2" - 3/4" (1.3cm - 1.9cm) wide adhesive beads.

Coverage rates may vary when used over irregular surfaces.

Storage & Handling:

Storage

Keep temperature of contents between 65°F-85°F (18°C-29°C) 24 hours prior to use. Do not store in direct sunlight or temperatures higher than 90°F (32°C).

Health & Safety:

Safety

Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

CAUTION:

All statements and technical information in this document are based on tests or data that ADCO believes is reliable. However, ADCO does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this information. The user has sole knowledge and control offactors that can affect the performance of ADCO’s products in the user’s intended application. It is the user’s responsibility toconduct tests to determine the compatibility of ADCO’s product with the design, structure, and materials of the user’s end product and the suitability of ADCO’s product for the user’s method of application and intended use. The user assumes all risk and liability arising out of such use.

Millennium Hurricane Force® Lap and Flashing Adhesive
Click for the Millennium Hurricane Force® Lap and Flashing Adhesive Technical Bulletin (Millennium_Hurricane_Force_Lap_and_Flashing_Adh_0024-0411.pdf)
Description/Overview:

Millennium Hurricane Force® Lap and Flashing Adhesive is a fast setting, solvent free, cold process adhesive, that becomes waterproof within minutes of application.

Millennium Hurricane Force® Lap and Flashing Adhesive is a low odor formula that offers significant advantages over high odor, slow setting, solvent based adhesive.

 
Technical Data:

Ready to use

Requires no mixing, reduces labor costs

No temperature restrictions

Quick set even in cold climates

One Step™ technology

Easy to apply

Solvent free

VOC free, no odors

Elastomeric

Remains flexible, absorbs stresses

High build formulation

Suitable for vertical applications, won’t run

Usage/Application Notes:

Millennium Hurricane Force® Lap and Flashing Adhesive is designed for use as an adhesive for bonding flashings and side/end laps in approved membranes.

With a utility knife, remove the molded tips at the groove from the One Step™ mixing head.

Attach a One Step™ mixing nozzle to the threaded mixing head.Place the cartridge into the appropriate One Step™ applicator. Always load cartridges with the label side up. Dispense an intial amount of Millennium Hurricane Force® Lap and Flashing Adhesive to ensure a proper mix, then discard.

For lap adhesive installation apply Millennium Hurricane Force® Lap and Flashing Adhesive in one continuous 3/4" - 1" (1.9cm - 2.5cm) wide bead down the center of the membrane’s selvage edge. As adhesive is applied immediately set membrane into wet adhesive. For flashing installation apply adhesive to the back side of the membrane in a ribbon pattern. Spread adhesive with a 1/4" x 1/4" (0.6cm - 0.6cm) square notched trowel for full coverage applications. Immediately set flashing membrane in place.

Immediately roll with weighted roller to ensure positive contact between adhesive and membrane.

Unused adhesive can be applied at a later date by simply plugging the cartridges (with provided half moon plugs) and using a new One Step™ mixing nozzle.

Approved Membranes

  • SBS Modified Bitumen

  • Base sheets

  • Mineral surfaced cap sheets

Approved Substrates

  • Block/brick masonry

  • Asphaltic base sheets

  • Approved insulations

  • Plywood

For a complete list of approved, membranes, substrates and insulation types, or for additional information, contact our Technical Department.

Color

  • Black

Equipment

The fast and dependable One Step™ applicators make applying Millennium Hurricane Force® Lap and Flashing Adhesive simple:

  • Battery Powered Single Bead

  • Pneumatic Single Bead 

Limitations

  • Do not apply to wet or damp surfaces.

  • Not intended for insulation attachment.

Surface Preparation

All work surfaces should be clean, dry, and free of dirt, dust, debris, oils, loose and/or embedded gravel, un-adhered coatings, deteriorated membrane and other contaminants that may result in a surface that is not sound or is uneven.

 

Packaging:

Millennium Hurricane Force® Lap and Flashing Adhesive is available in the following package:

Cartridge Size                  Part#                  Cartridges/Case

1.5 Liter                        HF-LF15-04                        4

Each cartridge will produce approximately of 50 - 75 lineal feet (15m - 23m) of 3/4" - 1" (1.9cm - 2.5cm) wide adhesive beads. Coverage rates may vary when used over irregular surfaces.

Storage & Handling:

Storage

Keep temperature of contents between 65°F-85°F (18°C-29°C) 24 hours prior to use. Do not store in direct sunlight or temperatures higher than 90°F (32°C).

Health & Safety:

Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

CAUTION:

All statements and technical information in this document are based on tests or data that ADCO believes is reliable. However, ADCO does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this information. The user has sole knowledge and control offactors that can affect the performance of ADCO’s products in the user’s intended application. It is the user’s responsibility toconduct tests to determine the compatibility of ADCO’s product with the design, structure, and materials of the user’s end product and the suitability of ADCO’s product for the user’s method of application and intended use. The user assumes all risk and liability arising out of such use.

Millennium Hurricane Force® White Lap Adhesive
Click for the Millennium Hurricane Force® White Lap Adhesive Technical Bulletin (Millennium_Hurricane_Force_White_Lap_Adhesive_0023-0411.pdf)

Millennium Lockin’ Pocket® Interlocking Flashing System
Description/Overview:

Millennium Lockin’ Pocket® Inter-Locking Flashing System is a pre-fabricated inter-locking pocket that is easily assembled on- site and filled with fast setting, solvent free, Millennium Hurricane Force® Universal Sealer that becomes waterproof within minutes of application.

 Millennium Lockin’ Pocket® is available in different packaging options. The pre-fabricated pockets simply connect with tongue and groove joints and are composed of a high strength, flexible polyurethane elastomer. All pieces are easily joined by a patent pending locking system to create a pocket of desired size.

 

  
Features & Benefits:

Ready to use

Requires no mixing, reduces labor costs

No temperature restrictions

Suitable for all climates

Weather resistant

Long lasting

weather-tight seal

Solvent free

VOC free, no odors

Elastomeric

Remains flexible, absorbs stresses

Compatible with most substrates

Can be used on SBS, EPDM, TPO, BUR, & Metal

Variety of sizes available

Ability to flash mostrooftop penetrations

Usage/Application Notes:

Millennium Lockin’ Pocket®  is designed to seal technically challenging roof penetrations where field flashing may not be practical.

When installed and filled with Millennium Hurricane Force® Universal Sealer, the Millennium Lockin’ Pocket® Inter-Locking Flashing System becomes a long lasting, waterproof, solid mass that can make the most challenging penetrations watertight in minutes.

Make sure substrate is clear of loose gravel, dirt, granules, or all foreign substances that can affect adhesion. Refer to Surface Preparation Guidelines.

Place Millennium Lockin’ Pocket® in desired location and mark the outside edge for reference. Millennium Lockin’ Pocket® should be placed to assure at least one (1) inch clearance from the inside of the Millennium Lockin’ Pocket® and penetration.

Penetrations should be prepared by wire brushing to remove loose cements, sealers, rust, or other contaminants that would prevent a positive seal.

Seal base of penetration with Millennium LPS sealant to prevent Millennium Hurricane Force® Universal Sealer from flowing through openings.

Apply a liberal bead of LPS to the substrate where the Millennium Lockin’ Pocket® will be placed.

Apply a liberal bead of LPS to the locking joint of the Millennium Lockin’ Pocket®.

Set Millennium Lockin’ Pocket® in place and apply equal pressure to assure positive contact with the roof surface.

Strike away excess sealant. Dispense an initial amount of Millennium Hurricane Force® Universal Sealer to ensure a proper mix. Refer to Millennium Hurricane Force® Universal Sealer Specification Data Sheet for additional guidelines.

Fill assembled pocket with Millennium Hurricane Force® Universal Sealer until full. Option for white Lockin’ Pocket®:

Coat the surface of the Lockin’ Pocket® with 1-Part Sealer.

Trowel/ spread as necessary to achieve desired finish.

Surface Preparation

All work surfaces should be clean, dry, and free of dirt, dust, debris, oils, loose and/or embedded gravel, un-adhered coatings, deteriorated membrane and other contaminants that may result in a surface that is not sound or is uneven.

For applications on granule surfaced modified bitumen membranes, remove all loose granules from the surface of the membrane prior to installing Millennium LPS. When the Lockin’ Pocket® is installed on a single ply membrane the surface of the membrane must be prepared according to the single ply manufacturer’s recommendations. As a general guideline the following methods of surface preparation shall apply:

• EPDM: Clean with splice wash or surface cleaner and prime.

• TPO: Clean with surface cleaner and prime.

• Gravel BUR’s: Remove gravel surfacing down to plies.

For applications over existing weathered asphalt or coal tar pitch BUR, apply Millennium Universal Primer prior to the application of Lockin’ Pocket®. For applications over fresh and/or non-oxidized asphalt, coal tar or plastic film membranes, apply Millennium Surface Treatment prior to the application of Lockin’ Pocket®.

 

 Limitations

 • Do not apply to wet or damp surfaces. • Do not use grout or any other type of fillers.

• Lockin’ Pocket® must be on a flat, level substrate, and is not intended for steep slope applications.

 

Color

Black 

Approved Membrane Substrates

 

 •Granule surfaced modified bitumen

• EPDM

• TPO

• Metal

• Smooth surfaced asphalt Built-up Roofs (BUR)

• Gravel surfaced BUR (asphalt & coal tar pitch)

For a complete list of approved substrates, or for additional information, contact our Technical Department. 

Packaging:

Packaging and Coverage

The Millennium Lockin’ Pocket® Inter-Locking Flashing System is available in the following packages: Description                     Part#            Parts/Case        Case/Pal

4" Kit                                LP-SQ04-06                  6                          48

6" Kit                                LP-SQ06-04                  4                          48

8" Kit                                LP-SQ08-04                  4                          48

8/48 U-Build Kit                LP-UB06-08                8/8                        48

8/80 U-Build Kit                LP-UB10-08                8/8                        48

8/96 U-Build Kit                LP-UB12-08                8/8                        48

Inside Corners                 LP-ICOS-08                  8                          48

Outside Corners              LP-OCOS-08                 8                          48

6" Straights                       LP-ST06-08                  8                         48

10" Straights                     LP-ST10-08                  8                         48

12" Straights                     LP-ST12-08                  8                         48

The 4", 6", 8", and U-Build kits include 2 cartridges of Millennium LPS Sealant. The remaining products are packaged with 1 cartridge of Millennium LPS Sealant.

When used as a pocket sealer, one cartridge of Millennium Hurricane Force® Universal Sealer will yield approximately 90 cubic inches of filler.

Millennium Hurricane Force® Universal Sealer and Millennium 1 Part Sealer sold separately.

Storage & Handling:

Keep temperature of contents between 65°F-85°F (18°C-29°C) 24 hours prior to use. Do not store in direct sunlight or temperatures higher than 90°F (32°C).

Health & Safety:

Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

CAUTION:

All statements and technical information in this document are based on tests or data that ADCO believes is reliable. However, ADCO does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this information. The user has sole knowledge and control offactors that can affect the performance of ADCO’s products in the user’s intended application. It is the user’s responsibility toconduct tests to determine the compatibility of ADCO’s product with the design, structure, and materials of the user’s end product and the suitability of ADCO’s product for the user’s method of application and intended use. The user assumes all risk and liability arising out of such use.

Millennium One Step Green® Foamable Adhesive
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Description/Overview:

Millennium One Step Green® Foamable Adhesive is a highly elastomeric, one-step, all-purpose, foamable adhesive that contains no solvents, sets in minutes, and is designed for use with our patented application process.

Our One Step
application process eliminates error due to poor mixing. Application is quick and easy, resulting in significant labor savings for the contractor. No expensive specialty pumps or spray rigs are required.

 
Technical Data:
Features & Benefits:

Approved Insulations and Substrates

  • HD wood fiber

  • Isocyanurate

  • Perlite- minimum 3/4" (1.9 cm)

  • Polystyrene

  • Gypsum cover board

  • Asphaltic cover boards

  • DensDeck

  • Concrete

  • Gypsum

  • Cementitious wood fiber

  • Lightweight insulating concrete

  • Wood or steel

  •  Modified bitumen membranes and base sheets (sanded or granule surfaced)

  • Approved insulations (multi-layer applications)

  • Smooth or gravel surface built-up roof (re-roof applications)

For a complete list of approved substrates and insulation types, or for additional information, contact our Technical

Department.

Surface Preparation

All work surfaces should be clean, dry, and free of dirt, dust, debris, oils, loose and/or embedded gravel, un-adhered coatings, deteriorated membrane and other contaminants that may result in a surface that is not sound or is uneven.

For applications over existing weathered asphalt or coal tar pitch BUR, apply Millennium Universal Primer prior to the application of Millennium One Step Green® Foamable Adhesive. For applications over fresh and/or non-oxidized asphalt, coal tar or plastic film membranes, apply Millennium Surface Treatment prior to the application of Millennium One Step™.

Foamable Adhesive

Ready to use

Requires no mixing, reduces labor costs

No temperature restrictions

Suitable for all climates

One Step™ technology

Easy to apply

Solvent free

VOC free, no odors

Elastomeric

Remains flexible, absorbs stresses

Low rise foam

Accommodates minor surface irregularities

Replaces fasteners

Minimizes penetrations and deck corrosion

Usage/Application Notes:

Millennium One Step Green® Foamable Adhesive is designed for use as an adhesive for bonding approved roof insulations to a building’s structural roof deck, base sheets, other insulation boards, and smooth or properly prepared graveled built-up roof surfaces.

Millennium One Step Green® Foamable Adhesive eliminates the need for mechanical fasteners that can often cause damage to the roof deck, which can reduce the roof’s service life.

With a utility knife, remove the molded tips at the groove from the One Step™ mixing head.

Attach a One Step mixing nozzle to the threaded mixing head.Place the cartridge into the appropriate One Step™ applicator.

Apply Millennium One Step Green® Foamable Adhesive directly to the substrate, using a ribbon pattern. Space 1/4" to 1/2" (0.6cm to 1.3cm) wide beads, 12" (30cm) o.c., to achieve proper coverage rates for insulation attachment. As adhesive is applied, immediately place insulation board into wet adhesive. Do not allow the adhesive to skin over. Eliminate uneven surfaces to ensure positive contact between the insulation board and substrate.

Un-used material can be applied at a later date by simply plugging the cartridges (with provided half moon plugs) and using a new One Stepmixing nozzle.

 

Equipment

The fast and dependable One Step™ applicators make applying Millennium One Step™ Foamable Adhesive simple:

  • Patented Multi-Bead Plus*

  • Patented Multi-Bead*

  • Battery Powered Single Bead

  • Pneumatic Single Bead

  • Stand Up Single Bead

  • Ultra Drive Manual Applicator

  • Heavy Duty Manual Applicator

 

 

Color

Off White-Light Amber

 

Limitations

  • Do not apply to wet or damp surfaces.

  • Not recommended for use with insulation boards larger than 4’ x 4’ (1.2m x 1.2m).

  • Do not use warped or curled insulation boards. All insulation boards must lay flat upon the roof surface.

  • When applying Millennium One Step Green® Foamable Adhesive over a smooth or sanded APP roof surface Millennium Surface Treatment will be required. 
Packaging:

Packaging and Coverage

Millennium One Step Green® Foamable Adhesive is available in the following package:

Cartridge Size              Part#              Cartridges/Case

1.5 Liter                    OS-FA15-04                    4

Covers 600 sq ft (56m2) per case. Coverage estimates indicate total square feet of insulationattachment per case. Rates are based on an application pattern of 4ribbons, 1/4" to 1/2" (0.6cm to 1.3cm) wide, 12"(30cm) o.c. per 4’ x 4’(1.2m x 1.2m) insulation board.

Storage & Handling:

Storage

Keep temperature of contents between 65°F-85°F (18°C-29°C) 24 hours prior to use. Do not store in direct sunlight or temperatures higher than 90°F (32°C).

Health & Safety:

Safety

Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

*U.S. Patent Nos. 7,056,556; D501,855

CAUTION:

All statements and technical information in this document are based on tests or data that ADCO believes is reliable. However, ADCO does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this information. The user has sole knowledge and control offactors that can affect the performance of ADCO’s products in the user’s intended application. It is the user’s responsibility toconduct tests to determine the compatibility of ADCO’s product with the design, structure, and materials of the user’s end product and the suitability of ADCO’s product for the user’s method of application and intended use. The user assumes all risk and liability arising out of such use.

Millennium One Step Ultra drive and heavy duty manual applicators
Click for the Millennium One Step Ultra drive and heavy duty manual applicators Technical Bulletin (Millennium_Ultra_Drive_and_Heavy_Duty_Applicators_0043-0411.pdf)
Description/Overview:

Millennium One StepUltra Drive (Orange) and Heavy Duty (Black) Manual Applicators are designed to be used with Millennium One StepFoamable Adhesive. They are powered by manually squeezing the trigger on the handle of the applicator which drives the piston rods. The Ultra Drive Manual Applicator produces in the range of 1,100 - 1,500 pounds of thrust.

Features & Benefits:

Manual powered

Easy to use, works like a caulk gun

Center drive design

Ensures an equal mix every time

Quick and easy application

Install a square of insulation in less than 2 minutes

Compact

Recommended for smaller roofs or congested areas

Usage/Application Notes:

Ensure the plungers are fully retracted. Place the rear of the cartridge over the plungers and lower the front of the cartridge into the carriage.

Once the applicator is loaded and the plungers are drawn snug to the cartridge plungers, squeeze the trigger located on the handle.

To stop, release pressure from the trigger and press the release button located on the back side of the handle to relieve the pressure.

To retract the plungers, simply press the release button and pull back upon the plunger rod until plungers are fully retracted.

Maintenance Instructions

  • Wipe the applicator clean of residual adhesive using mineral spirits.

  • Take special care to remove material from drive rods.

  • Check the plungers and all external fasteners for tightness.

Health & Safety:

Protective equipment such as safety glasses and protective gloves must be worn when operating or servicing the Millennium One Step™ Stand Up Manual Applicator. The Millennium One Step™ Stand Up ManualApplicator should never be pointed at or near people. The applicator should never be actuated when the outlet tip of the adhesive cartridge is blocked or restricted by cured adhesive, any object, or some part of the body.

Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

CAUTION: All statements and technical information in this document are based on tests or data that ADCO believes is reliable. However, ADCO does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this information. The user has sole knowledge and control offactors that can affect the performance of ADCO’s products in the user’s intended application. It is the user’s responsibility toconduct tests to determine the compatibility of ADCO’s product with the design, structure, and materials of the user’s end product and the suitability of ADCO’s product for the user’s method of application and intended use. The user assumes all risk and liability arising out of such use.

 

Millennium One Step™ Pneumatic Single Bead Applicator
Description/Overview:

Millennium One Step™  Pneumatic Single Bead Applicator is designed to be used with Millennium One StepTM adhesives and sealants. The applicator uses compressed air to drive the plungers as the trigger is depressed. The One StepTM Pneumatic Single Bead Applicator has an operating range of 70 -145 psi.

Features & Benefits:

Features

Benefits

Air powered

Easy to use, low maintentance

Quick and easy application

Install a square of insulation in less than 2 minutes

Economical

Only a fraction of the cost of other applicator options

Light weight

Portable, no bending

Usage/Application Notes:

User Instructions

  1. Connect airline from air compressor to the applicator at the air inlet located at the bottom of the handle using a quick connect or other fitting that has a compatible screw thread.
  2. Ensure the plungers are fully retracted. Place the rear of the cartridge over the plungers and lower the front of the cartridge into the frame assembly.
  3. Once the applicator is loaded and air supply connections are complete, adjust air regulator knob located on the bottom of the handle to desired air pressure, and simply squeeze the trigger located on the handle. To stop, release pressure from the trigger.
  4. To retract the plungers push in upon the air release button located on the side of the handle.

Maintenance Instructions

• Wipe the applicator clean of residual adhesive using mineral spirits.

• Take special care to remove material from drive rods.

• Check the plungers and all external fasteners for tightness.

• Lubricate internal pistons (monthly) by placing three drops of oil on the air inlet prior to connecting air supply to the applicator.

Packaging:

Millennium One Step™ Pneumatic Single Bead Applicator includes:

• 1 Quick connect male air fitting

• 1 Adjustable shoulder strap

• 1 Detachable carriage handle

Health & Safety:

Protective equipment such as safety glasses and protective gloves must be worn when operating or servicing the Millennium One Step™ Pneumatic Single bead Applicator.

The Millennium One Step™  Pneumatic Single Bead Applicator should never be pointed at or near people. The applicator should never be actuated when the outlet tip of the adhesive cartridge is blocked or restricted by cured adhesive, any object, or some part of the body.

Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet

Millennium One Stepâ„¢ Battery Powered Applicator
Click for the Millennium One Stepâ„¢ Battery Powered Applicator Technical Bulletin (Millennium_One_Step_Battery_Powered_Applicator_0028-0411.pdf)
Description/Overview:

Millennium One Step™ Battery Powered Single Bead Applicator is designed to be used with Millennium One StepTM adhesives and sealants. It is  owered by an easily removable rechargeable battery pack (charger included). This applicator dispenses one bead of adhesive at a time.

User Instructions

  1. Assemble the applicator by following the provided assembly instructions included in the package.
  2. Make sure battery pack is fully charged before using the applicator. Note: 2 rechargeable batteries and 1 battery charger are included.
  3. Install fully charged battery by sliding the battery pack into the bottom of the handle assembly until clamp engages.
  4. Test the applicator by depressing the bottom trigger mechanism. Make sure all plungers are functional. To activate the return mechanism, depress the top trigger mechanism and pull the plunger rod back.
  5. Prepare a One Step™ adhesive or sealant cartridge by removing the molded tips from the threaded mixing head of the cartridge, and attaching a static mixing nozzle included with the adhesive or sealant.
  6. Place cartridge in One Step™ Battery Powered Single Bead Applicator. Ensure cartridge is set firmly in place with label side up.
  7. Begin dispensing adhesive by depressing the bottom trigger mechanism.
  8. This applicator’s auto-reverse feature reverses the plungers when the trigger mechanism is released; the plungers will automatically reverse, stopping the flow of adhesive.
  9. This applicator’s lock switch is located below the bottom trigger. To lock the applicator trigger mechanism, push the lock switch to the up position. To unlock, move the switch to the down position.
  10. If dispensing is interrupted for more than a few minutes, replace the static mixing nozzle with a new one.
  11. At the end of each day, be sure to charge batteries.

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Features & Benefits:
Features  Benefits
Battery powered Portable, no cords required
Quick and easy application Saves time and labor
Field approved Ideal for jobs of any size
Center drive design Ensures an equal mix every time
Usage/Application Notes:

Maintenance Instructions

  • Keep all moving parts free from adhesive or debris.
  • Do not allow adhesive to build up on plungers and rods.
  • Clean dust and debris from charger and applicator vents.
  • The battery should be fully charges prior to use.
  • For faster charge times, do not to fully discharge battery.
Packaging:

Millennium One StepTM battery Powered Single Bead
Applicator includes:


  • 2 rechargeable batteries
  • 1 battery charger
  • 1 One StepTM Stand Up manual applicator feature
Health & Safety:

Safety
Protective equipment such as safety glasses and protective gloves must be worn when operating or servicing the Millennium One StepTM Battery Powered Single bead

Applicator
The Millennium One StepTM Battery Powered Single Bead Applicator should never be pointed at or near people. The applicator should never be actuated when the outlet tip of the adhesive cartridge is blocked or restricted by cured adhesive, any object, or some part of the body. Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

Millennium One Step Foamable Insulation Adhesive
Click for the Millennium One Step Foamable Insulation Adhesive Technical Bulletin (Millennium_One_Step_Foamable_Adhesive_0026-0214.pdf)
Description/Overview:

Millennium One Step™ Foamable Adhesive is a highly elastomeric, one-step, all-purpose, foamable adhesive that contains no solvents, sets in minutes, and is designed for use with our patented application process (U.S. Patent Nos. 7,056,556; D501,855). 

The One Step™ application process utilizes the patented Multi-Bead or Multi-Bead Applicator Plus which is quick and easy to use resulting in significant labor savings for the contractor.

 

 

 
Technical Data:
Features & Benefits:

 

Features  Benefits
Ready to use Requires no mixing, reduces labor costs
No temperature restrictions Suitable for all climates
One Step™ technology Easy to apply 
Solvent free VOC free, no odors
Elastomeric Remains flexible, absorbs stresses
Low rise foam Accommdates minor surface irregularities
Replaces fasteners Minimizes penetrations and deck corrosion
Usage/Application Notes:

Millennium One Step™ Foamable Adhesive is designed for use as an adhesive for bonding approved roof insulations to a building’s structural roof deck, base sheets, other insulation boards, and smooth or properly prepared graveled built-up roof surfaces.

Approved Insulations and Substrates

 

HD wood fiber  Gypsum 
Isocyanurate Cementitious wood fiber
Perlite-min. 3/4" Lightweight insulating concrete
Polystyrene Wood or steel
Gypsum cover board Modified bitumen membranes
Asphaltic cover boards Approved insulations
Dens-Deck Smooth or gravel surface BUR
Concrete  


Surface Preparation

All work surfaces should be clean, dry, and free of dirt, dust, debris, oils, loose and/or embedded gravel, un-adhered coatings, deteriorated membrane and other contaminants that may result in a surface that is not sound or is uneven.

For applications over existing weathered asphalt or coal tar pitch BUR, apply Millennium Universal Primer prior to the application of adhesive.  For applications over fresh and/or non-oxidized asphalt, coal tar or plastic film membranes, apply Millennium Surface Treatment prior to the application of adhesive. 

Application 

Refer to Product Information Sheet for complete recommendations and/or requirements. 

Use one of our fast and dependable One Step™ applicators to apply the adhesive which include the Multi-Bead Applicator Plus, Multi-Bead

  • With a utility knife, remove the molded tips at the groove from the One Step™ mixing head.
  • Attach a One Step™ mixing nozzle to the threaded mixing head.Place the cartridge into the appropriate One Step™ applicator.
  • Apply Millennium One Step™ Foamable Adhesive directly to the substrate, using a ribbon pattern. Space 1/4" to 1/2" (0.6cm to 1.3cm) wide beads, 12" (30cm) o.c., to achieve proper coverage rates for insulation attachment. As adhesive is applied, immediately place insulation board into wet adhesive. Do not allow the adhesive to skin over. Eliminate uneven surfaces to ensure positive contact between the insulation board and substrate.
  • Un-used material can be applied at a later date by simply plugging the cartridges (with provided half moon plugs) and using a new One Step™ mixing nozzle.
Packaging:

Cartridge Size        Part#           Cartridges/Case

1.5 Liter            OS-FA15-04                  4

Covers 600 sq ft (56m2) per case. Coverage estimates indicate total square feet of insulation attachment per case. Rates are based on an application pattern of 4 ribbons, 1/4" to 1/2" (0.6cm to 1.3cm) wide, 12"(30cm) o.c. per 4’ x 4’ (1.2m x 1.2m) insulation board.

Storage & Handling:

Keep temperature of contents between 65°F-85°F (18°C-29°C) 24 hours prior to use. Do not store in direct sunlight or temperatures higher than 90°F (32°C).

Health & Safety:

Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

All statements and technical information in this document are based on tests or data that ADCO believes is reliable. However, ADCO does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this information. The user has sole knowledge and control offactors that can affect the performance of ADCO’s products in the user’s intended application. It is the user’s responsibility toconduct tests to determine the compatibility of ADCO’s product with the design, structure, and materials of the user’s end product and the suitability of ADCO’s product for the user’s method of application and intended use. The user assumes all risk and liability arising out of such use.
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Millennium Patented One Stepâ„¢ Multi Bead Applicator
Description/Overview:

The patented One Step™ Multi-Bead (MBA) and Multi-Bead Plus (MBA Plus) are battery powered adhesive applicators designed to be used with Millennium One Step™ adhesives and sealants. The One Step™ MBA applicator is a four cartridge port adhesive applicator designed for One Step™ Foamable Adhesive cartridges. The One Step™ MBA Plus applicator is a 13 cartridge port adhesive applicator designed for One Step™ Insulation and Hurricane Force® Membrane Adhesive cartridges.

 
Technical Data:
Features & Benefits:

MBA applies 4 beads of adhesive simultaneously

Install up to 6 squares in less than 2 minutes

MBA Plus has 13 cartridge

capacity

Install adhesive from 12" o.c. up to full coverage

Battery powered

No cords or generators required

Low maintenance

No work delays due to equipment failure

Fastest method of installing rigid insulation

Lower installed cost

Usage/Application Notes:

Make sure batteries are fully charged. If battery is not fully charged, charge until display confirms that it is fully charged. Plug charger into electrical outlet. Connect the battery to the charger (for MBA: black connector to black connector, red connector to red connector; for MBA Plus: gray connecting terminal from charger to gray terminal on battery). Make sure 2/6/10 button is depressed to activate the charging process. The indicator lights on the charger will display the status of the battery.

Install fully charged battery into battery compartment and connect the terminals.

Test the MBA by depressing the trigger switch. Make sure all plungers are functional. To activate the return, pull firmly on the return handle. To test the MBA Plus turn the "Dispense/Retract" dial to the "dispense" position and depress the trigger switch. Make sure all plungers are functional. To activate the return, turn "Dispense/Retract" dial to "Retract" position; the plungers will retract automatically.

Prepare Millennium One Step adhesive cartridges by removing the molded tips from the threaded mixing head, and attach the provided One Step™ mixing nozzle.

Load cartridges, and ensure that each cartridge is firmly in place.

Position applicator where adhesive is to be dispensed and the insulation or membrane is to be installed.

Begin dispensing adhesive by depressing trigger switch, and pull applicator at a rate which will put down adhesive beads 1/4" to 1/2" (0.6cm to 1.3cm) wide.

When finished dispensing cartridges in their entirety, pull return handle until plungers have completely retracted. On the MBA Plus set the "Dispense/ Retract" dial to "retract" position. Remove empty cartridges.

Maintenance Instructions

  • Keep all moving parts free of adhesive or debris.

  • Do not allow adhesive to build up on the plungers or plunger rods.

  • Always maintain a clean surface where the cartridges are placed. Debris can cause the cartridges to tilt and malfunction.

  • Wheels should remain free of adhesive to provide smooth travel. Wheels can be covered with a layer of tape to ensure quick removal of adhesive buildup.

  • The battery should be completely charged prior to use.

  • For faster charge times, do not allow battery to fully discharge.

  • A partially discharged battery will charge more quickly than a fully discharged battery.

  • Slow charging at 2 amps overnight will promote longer battery life than rapid charging at 10 amps. Batteries carry a 90-day warranty.

  • The electric actuator is not serviceable by the user. Do not attempt to open the actuator case. Opening the actuator case will void the warranty.

  • Always use four cartridges in the MBA applicator. Uneven pressure can damage the applicator. If fewer than four beads of adhesive are required, use a single bead applicator.

  • Always use a minimum of four equally filled and spaced cartridges in the One Step™

MBA Plus applicator. Failure to dispense less than four equally spaced cartridges can cause uneven pressure on the push rods and can lead to damage to the machine. If fewer than four beads of adhesive are required, use a single bead applicator.

For the MBA Plus applicator place prepared cartridges in proper slots for desired bead spacing. Ensure each cartridge is set firmly in place with dark side (part B) placed in the up position.

Packaging:

Patented One StepMulti-Bead and Multi-Bead Plus applicators include:

2 rechargeable batteries

1 battery charger

1 One StepStand Up Manual Applicator

Available Accessories/Parts

Patented One Step™ Multi-Bead:

• 7 AH replacement battery

• 12 AH replacement battery

• Replacement battery holder for larger 12 AH battery

• AC to DC power converter

• Front replacement wheels

• Rear replacement wheels

• Replacement trigger switch

Patented One StepTM Multi-Bead Plus:

• 40 AH replacement battery

• Front replacement wheels

• Rear replacement wheels

• Replacement trigger switch

*U.S. Patent Nos. 7,056,556; D501,855

Storage & Handling:

If dispensing needs to be interrupted, release the trigger switch and briefly pull back the return mechanism on the MBA, or turn the "Dispense/ Retract" dial on the MBA Plus to relieve pressure form the cartridges.

If dispensing is interrupted for more than a few minutes, the static mixing nozzles will need to be replaced with new nozzles.

If battery’s charge is used up during dispensing, simply replace with alternate battery; begin charging spent battery.

At the end of each day, recharge batteries for use the following day.

Health & Safety:

Protective equipment such as safety glasses and protective gloves must be worn when operating or services the MBA and MBA Plus applicators.

Under no circumstances should any acid or corrosive chemicals be used in the machines. The electrical circuitry is not of explosion proof design and should not be used in any environment requiring such a design.

The MBA and MBA Plus applicator should never be actuated when the outlet tip of the adhesive cartridge(s) is blocked or restricted by cured adhesive, any object or some part of the body.

Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

*U.S. Patent Nos. 7,056,556; D501,855

CAUTION:
All statements and technical information in this document are based on tests or data that ADCO believes is reliable. However, ADCO does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this information. The user has sole knowledge and control of factors that can affect the performance of ADCO’s products in the user’s intended application. It is the user’s responsibility to conduct tests to determine the compatibility of ADCO’s product with the design, structure, and materials of the user’s end product and the suitability of ADCO’s product for the user’s method of application and intended use. The user assumes all risk and liability arising out of such use.

Millennium Patented One Stepâ„¢ Multi Bead Applicator Plus
Description/Overview:

The patented One Step™ Multi-Bead (MBA) and Multi-Bead Plus (MBA Plus) are battery powered adhesive applicators designed to be used with Millennium One Step™ adhesives and sealants. The One Step™ MBA applicator is a four cartridge port adhesive applicator designed for One Step™ Foamable Adhesive cartridges. The One Step™ MBA Plus applicator is a 13 cartridge port adhesive applicator designed for One Step™ Insulation and Hurricane Force® Membrane Adhesive cartridges.

 
Technical Data:
Features & Benefits:

MBA applies 4 beads of adhesive simultaneously

Install up to 6 squares in less than 2 minutes

MBA Plus has 13 cartridge capacity

Install adhesive from 12" o.c. up to full coverage

Battery powered

No cords or generators required

Low maintenance

No work delays due to equipment failure

Fastest method of installing rigid insulation

Lower installed cost

 

Usage/Application Notes:

Make sure batteries are fully charged. If battery is not fully charged, charge until display confirms that it is fully charged. Plug charger into electrical outlet. Connect the battery to the charger (for MBA: black connector to black connector, red connector to red connector; for MBA Plus: gray connecting terminal from charger to gray terminal on battery). Make sure 2/6/10 button is depressed to activate the charging process. The indicator lights on the charger will display the status of the battery.

Install fully charged battery into battery compartment and connect the terminals.

Test the MBA by depressing the trigger switch. Make sure all plungers are functional. To activate the return, pull firmly on the return handle. To test the MBA Plus turn the "Dispense/Retract" dial to the "dispense" position and depress the trigger switch. Make sure all plungers are functional. To activate the return, turn "Dispense/Retract" dial to "Retract" position; the plungers will retract automatically.

Prepare Millennium One Step™ adhesive cartridges by removing the molded tips from the threaded mixing head, and attach the provided One Step™ mixing nozzle.

Load cartridges, and ensure that each cartridge is firmly in place.

Position applicator where adhesive is to be dispensed and the insulation or membrane is to be installed.

Begin dispensing adhesive by depressing trigger switch, and pull applicator at a rate which will put down adhesive beads 1/4" to 1/2" (0.6cm to 1.3cm) wide.

When finished dispensing cartridges in their entirety, pull return handle until plungers have completely retracted. On the MBA Plus set the "Dispense/ Retract" dial to "retract" position. Remove empty cartridges.

Maintenance Instructions

  • Keep all moving parts free of adhesive or debris.

  • Do not allow adhesive to build up on the plungers or plunger rods.

  • Always maintain a clean surface where the cartridges are placed. Debris can cause the cartridges to tilt and malfunction.

  • Wheels should remain free of adhesive to provide smooth travel. Wheels can be covered with a layer of tape to ensure quick removal of adhesive buildup.

  • The battery should be completely charged prior to use.

  • For faster charge times, do not allow battery to fully discharge.

  • A partially discharged battery will charge more quickly than a fully discharged battery.

  • Slow charging at 2 amps overnight will promote longer battery life than rapid charging at 10 amps. Batteries carry a 90-day warranty.

  • The electric actuator is not serviceable by the user. Do not attempt to open the actuator case. Opening the actuator case will void the warranty.

  • Always use four cartridges in the MBA applicator. Uneven pressure can damage the applicator. If fewer than four beads of adhesive are required, use a single bead applicator.

  • Always use a minimum of four equally filled and spaced cartridges in the One Step™

MBA Plus applicator. Failure to dispense less than four equally spaced cartridges can cause uneven pressure on the push rods and can lead to damage to the machine. If fewer than four beads of adhesive are required, use a single bead applicator.

For the MBA Plus applicator place prepared cartridges in proper slots for desired bead spacing. Ensure each cartridge is set firmly in place with dark side (part B) placed in the up position.

Packaging:

Patented One StepMulti-Bead and Multi-Bead Plus applicators include:

2 rechargeable batteries

1 battery charger

1 One Step™ Stand Up Manual Applicator

Available Accessories/Parts

Patented One Step™ Multi-Bead:

  • 7 AH replacement battery

  • 12 AH replacement battery

  • Replacement battery holder for larger 12 AH battery

  • AC to DC power converter

  • Front replacement wheels

  • Rear replacement wheels

  • Replacement trigger switch

Patented One Step™ Multi-Bead Plus:

  • 40 AH replacement battery

  • Front replacement wheels

  • Rear replacement wheels

  • Replacement trigger switch

*U.S. Patent Nos. 7,056,556; D501,855

Storage & Handling:

If dispensing needs to be interrupted, release the trigger switch and briefly pull back the return mechanism on the MBA, or turn the "Dispense/ Retract" dial on the MBA Plus to relieve pressure form the cartridges.

If dispensing is interrupted for more than a few minutes, the static mixing nozzles will need to be replaced with new nozzles.

If battery’s charge is used up during dispensing, simply replace with alternate battery; begin charging spent battery.

At the end of each day, recharge batteries for use the following day.

Health & Safety:

Protective equipment such as safety glasses and protective gloves must be worn when operating or services the MBA and MBA Plus applicators.

Under no circumstances should any acid or corrosive chemicals be used in the machines. The electrical circuitry is not of explosion proof design and should not be used in any environment requiring such a design.

The MBA and MBA Plus applicator should never be actuated when the outlet tip of the adhesive cartridge(s) is blocked or restricted by cured adhesive, any object or some part of the body.

Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

*U.S. Patent Nos. 7,056,556; D501,855

CAUTION:
All statements and technical information in this document are based on tests or data that ADCO believes is reliable. However, ADCO does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this information. The user has sole knowledge and control of factors that can affect the performance of ADCO’s products in the user’s intended application. It is the user’s responsibility to conduct tests to determine the compatibility of ADCO’s product with the design, structure, and materials of the user’s end product and the suitability of ADCO’s product for the user’s method of application and intended use. The user assumes all risk and liability arising out of such use.

Millennium PG-1 Pump Grade Adhesive
Description/Overview:

Millennium PG-1 Pump Grade Insulation Adhesive is a two component, VOC free, all purpose, low rise, bulk packaged, polyurethane foamable adhesive that contains no solvents and sets in minutes.

Application is quick and easy resulting in significant labor savings for the contractor. PG-1 Insulation Adhesive is dispensed through the Millennium Cyclone and Cyclone II pump carts, or an approved low pressure pump cart which equally mixes Part 1 and Part 2 of the adhesive, thus providing a quality, consistent application each time.

Basic Use
PG-1 Insulation Adhesive is designed for use as an adhesive for bonding approved roof insulations to a building’s structural roof deck, base sheets, other insulation boards, and smooth or graveled built-up roof surfaces. It is dispensed in 1/2” to 3/4” (1.3cm - 1.9cm) wide liquid beads that will quickly spread to a width of 2-3 inches. PG-1 Insulation Adhesive will expand and rise to fill minor surface irregularities.

Approved Insulations and Substrates

HD wood fiber
  • Gypsum
Polyisocyanurate
  • Cementitious wood fiber
Perlite
  • Lightweight insulating concrete
Polystyren
  • Wood or steel
Gypsum cover boards
  • Modified bitumen membranes and base sheets (sanded or granule surfaced)
Asphaltic cover
board
  • Approved insulations (multi-layer applications)
 Concrete
  •  Smooth or gravel surface built-up roof (re-roof applications)

 

 
Technical Data:
Features & Benefits:

Features

Benefits

Replaces fasteners

Minimizes penetrations and deck corrosion

Low rise foam

Accommodates minor surface irregularities

Solvent free

VOC free, no odor

 

 

Usage/Application Notes:

Surface Preparation
All work surfaces should be clean, dry, and free of dirt, dust, debris, oils, loose and/or embedded gravel, un-adhered coatings, deteriorated membrane and other contaminants that may result in a surface that is not sound or is uneven. For re-cover applications apply Millennium Universal Primer prior to the application of PG-1 Insulation Adhesive. For applications over fresh and/or non-oxidized asphalt, coal tar or plastic film membranes, apply Millennium Surface Treatment prior to the application of PG-1 Insulation Adhesive.

Storage & Handling:

Keep temperature of contents between 45°F-95°F (7°C-35°C). Bring temperature of material to approximately 70°F (22°C) just before use. Do not store in direct sunlight or above 95°F (35°C). Store boxes valve side up. Keep from freezing!

Millennium Reinforced Perimeter Strip (RPS)
Product Number: ET 0554 06PL
Click for the Millennium Reinforced Perimeter Strip (RPS) Technical Bulletin (Millennium_Reinforced_Perimeter_Strip_0019-0411.pdf)
Description/Overview:

Millennium Reinforced Perimeter Strip consists of reinforced EPDM membrane strip laminated with a 35 mil EPDM based pressure sensitive tape adhesive.  The reinforced EPDM membrane is 6” (15.24 cm) wide mated to a 3” (7.62 cm) wide pressure sensitive tape adhesive.

 
Technical Data:

Typical Physical Properties and Characteristics

  Typical Values Test Method
Base Polymer (Flashing & Tape)

EPDM

FTIR
Color (Flashing & Tape) Black Visual
Tensile Strength 900 psi min. ASTM D 412 Die C
Peel Strength 10 pli @ 70ºF ASTM D 413
Shear Strength 20 psi @ 70ºF ASTM D 816
Brittleness Temperature  -50ºF ASTM D 2137

NOTE:
The foregoing information is published as general information only.  The listed properties and performance characteristics are typical values and are not to be interpreted as manufacturing specifications.

 

Features & Benefits:

 

Features Benefits
Quick and easy Installation Saves time and labor
Eliminates fastening through membrane Minimizes leak potential
Eliminates membrane bridging Extends membrane service life
No torches or liquid adhesives required Improved safety

 

 

Usage/Application Notes:

Basic Use
Millennium Reinforced Perimeter Strip is designed for non-penetrating securement of the EPDM membrane in ballasted, fully adhered, and mechanically fastened roof systems.

Surface Preparation
All work surfaces should be clean, dry, and free of dirt, dust, debris, oils, un-adhered coatings, deteriorated membrane and other contaminants that may result in a surface that is not sound or is uneven.

Application

  1. Place the Millennium Reinforced Perimeter Strip horizontally or vertically in the angle change with the  pre-applied tape in the horizontal position and facing up.
  2. Install seam fastening plates and screws, a maximum of 12” (30.48cm) o.c.  Use fastener placement markings on EPDM sheet as a guide.
  3. Clean portion of EPDM field membrane that will be adhered over Millennium Reinforced Perimeter Strip.
  4. Apply EPDM Primer on portion of EPDM field membrane that will be adhered to the Reinforced Perimeter Strip utilizing the supplied pad.  Scrub the membrane in a circular motion.
  5. Allow the primer to dry to the touch (no material transfer), typically less than 20 minutes.  Dry time will vary depending on ambient temperature and humidity.
  6. Once the primer is dry immediately install EPDM membrane.  Remove release liner and set the EPDM membrane onto the Millennium Reinforced Perimeter Strip and press in by hand.
  7. Pull the membrane back to expose the un-adhered portion of the Millennium Reinforced Perimeter Strip.
  8. Install EPDM manufacturers recommended membrane bonding adhesive to the wall, membrane, and Reinforced Perimeter Strip.
  9. Once adhesive has dried roll the membrane in place for 100% adhesion.

Limitations

  • Not to be used without mechanical fasteners.
  • Not to be used with PVC membrane.
  • Not to be used with TPO membrane.
  • Talc dust, oil, ice, snow or wet conditions inhibit good adhesion to the pressure sensitive tape.  Clean and dry csurfaces are necessary for proper installation of this product.

Color
Black

Packaging:

Millennium Reinforced Perimeter Strip is available in the following size:

Widths  Length  Part #  Rolls/Case
6 inch (152mm) 100 ft. (30.48m) ET-0554-06PL 2

 

 

 

Storage & Handling:

Store material in original unopened packaging at temperatures between 40°F-110°F.  Shelf life is 12 months when stored as recommended.

Health & Safety:

Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

Millennium TPO Edge Sealant
Product Number: CT-6420
Description/Overview:
Millennium TPO Edge Sealant is a specially formulated high soids, low VOC, EPDM based sealant designed to seal the exposed edges of TPO membrane systems.  The sealant has excellent adhesion to all TPO membranes.
 
Technical Data:

Typical Physical Properties and Characteristics

   Typical Values  Test Method
Base Polymer  EPDM Rubber FTIR
 Color  White  Visual
 Weight per Gallon  11.8 lbs. ASTM D 244
 Tack Free Time  Less than 4 hrs. ASTM D 2377
 Cure Rate  Approx. 72 hours  ASTM D 2377
 VOC Content  < 250 g/L ASTM D 3960
Solids Content 80% minimum ASTM D 3168
 Flash Point 52ºF (11ºC)  ASTM D 1310
 Application Properties
 Service Temperature  -40ºF to 200ºF  ASTM D 3359
 Application Temp.  20ºF to 120ºF ASTM C 603

NOTE:
The foregoing information is published as general information only.  The listed properties and performance characteristics are typical values and are not to be interpreted as manufacturing specifications.

 

 

 

Features & Benefits:

 

Features Benefits
Low VOC formula (<250 g/L) Suitable for use in VOC  regulated markets
Aliphatic solvent system Will not attack polystyrene
Excellent adhesion to a variety
of substrates (TPO, EPDM,
metals, wood, and concrete)
Suitable for a wide variety of applications
Resistant to UV light, high heat, and moisture
Long-term durability
High solids content Resistant to shrinking and cracking
No sag or flow Suitable for both vertical and horizontal application

 

 

Usage/Application Notes:

Basic Use
Millennium TPO Edge Sealant is designed to seal the exposed edges of  TPO membrane roof system splices, T-joints, step downs, tie-ins, termination bars, and flashing details.  It can also be used as a general purpose sealant.

Application

  1. Prior to application, insure that all seams and/or flashings are properly installed according to roof system manufacturer’s guidelines.
  2. Cut nozzle on tube for desired bead size.  Place patented feathering tip over cut nozzle prior to installing cartridge into caulking gun.
  3. Gun 1/4” (6.4mm) size bead of Millennium TPO Edge Sealant along the exposed edge of membrane seam splice or flashing.
  4. No tooling of installed sealant is necessary if feathering tip is used.  If feathering tip is not used, tool the sealant.  Tool the sealant bead so the high point is above the offset of the splice and the edges are feathered onto the deck.
  5. Typically membrane and flashing seams must be allowed to age at least 2 hours before Millennium TPO Edge Sealant is installed.  Refer to roof system manufacturer guidelines for additional recommendations.

 

Surface Preparation
All work surfaces should be clean, dry, free of dirt, dust, debris, oils, un-adhered coatings, deteriorated membrane and other contaminants that may result in a surface that is not sound or is uneven.  If necessary, clean the surface to receive the Edge Sealant with an approved TPO membrane cleaner.

Limitations

  • Not for use on PVC membrane.
  • Not to be used as a splicing cement between TPO membranes.
  • Talc, dust, oil, ice, snow, or wet conditions inhibit good adhesion. Clean and dry surfaces are necessary for proper installation of this product.


Color
White

Packaging:

Millennium TPO Edge Sealant is available in the following package:

 Cartridge Size
 Part #
 Cartridges/Case
 10.3 fl.oz. (305mL)
 CT-6420  12


Coverage rate will be approximately 20 - 22 lineal feet
(6.0 - 6.7 m) for a 1/4” (0.64 cm) bead.

Storage & Handling:
Store material in original unopened packaging at temperatures between 40°F-110°F.  Shelf life is 24 months when stored as recommended.

 

Health & Safety:
Prior to working with this or any product consult product label  and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

ST 30A
Description/Overview:

ST-30A compound is a 100% solids, non-hardening butyl rubber based extruded tape sealant. It will remain flexible and develop an immediate and permanent bond to a wide range of substrates including metal, concrete, glass, and most plastics.

ST-30A compound will elongate and also absorb compression within the sealant without breaking the adhesive bond to the substrates. It is designed not to shrink or oxidize under long-term aging

 

 
Technical Data:

 

 Physical Properties
   Typical Values  Test Method
Color  Black  Visual
Specific Gravity  1.38 to 1.48  ASTM C-135
Hydrocarbon Content  50% Min.  ASTM C-990
Ash Content  45% - 48%  AASHTO T111
Ductility @ 77° F  6.0 cm  ASTM D113
Rebound/Recovery    ASTM C 972
@ 77° F
@ 32° F
4 –7%
5 –10%
 
Compression Index    ASTM C 972
@ 77° F
@ 32° F
 40 – 55 lbf/in3
130 –160 lbf/in3
 
Elongation @ 77°F  350%  ASTM D412
Solids Content  99%  ASTM D6
Elevated Temperature Flow  No sag or shape change after 14 days @ 158° F  ASTM C766
Adhesion after Impact  No loss of adhesion  ASTM C990
Cone Penetration @    
77°F
40°F
0°F
70 to 95
40 to 60
30 to 60
 ASTM D217
(w/ 300g. total load)
Chemical Resistance No visible change after 30 days immersion in 5% solutions of HCl, H2SO4, NaOH, KOH, H2S SS-S-2101
Sec. 3.6
 
Low Temperature Flexibility  No cracking or adhesion loss at -10°F  ASTM C765
 Application Properties
 Storage:  Under 120°F  
 Shelf Life:  Two years minimum  
 NOTE:  The foregoing information is published as general information only.  The listed properties and performance characteristics are approximate values and are not part of the product specification.

 

 

Features & Benefits:
 Features  Benefits
Meets or Exceeds Industry Specifications ASTM-C-990-96 Federal Specification* SS-S-210A
Chemical Resistance: 30 Day Immersion Testing No Visual Deterioration
 Cold Weather Flexibility at -10°F 180° Bend
•    No Adhesion Loss
•    No Cracking
 
Wide Range of Application Temperature Service Temperature
•    -40° F to 200° F
Application Temperature
•    20° F to 120° F
Easy Application Faster Installation
Permanently Flexible,
No Shrinkage, Non Corrosive.
ST-30A will not oxidize or harden with aging.

 
Watertight Joints
Hydrostatic Performance
ASTM C-990 Sec. 10.1
10 psi  for 10 min.

 
Usage/Application Notes:

Basic Use     
ST-30A is used to form an adhesive seal or gasket between metal, concrete, glass, and most plastic surfaces in either above or below grade applications. The sealant will withstand a variety of environmental conditions. It is especially well suited in sealing pipe joints, manholes, burial vaults, septic tanks, wall panel systems, and similar structures.

Instructions    
All installations surfaces must be clean and dry. Due to the high adhesive quality of ST-30A, surface priming is not normally required. If wet or unusual surface conditions exist, it is recommended that an adhesive primer be applied and allowed to dry a minimum of 40 minutes before application of the sealant.

ST-30A bonds instantly to most surfaces and to itself. Always butt the ends of tape sealant together. Do not overlap. Leave the protective release liner on the sealant during application and remove only after the structure is ready for coupling. The joint should then be coupled with sufficient pressure for joint assembly.

Limitations
Not recommended for use with oils or hydrocarbon solvents

Packaging:

Users must follow individual product data sheet and Material Safety Data Sheets for health and safety precautions. 

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Very High Bond Acrylic Tape
Description/Overview:

ADCO AT-2 is a pressure sensitive, gray, foamed core, acrylic tape system designed to provide a superior bond between a wide variety of substrates. The tape possesses a uniform high-tack acrylic adhesive on both surfaces and will bond to most clean, dry, oil-free substrates.  The tape is formulated to withstand a wide range of weathering and temperature conditions without losing adhesion.

ADCO AT-2 can be used in a variety of applications including window muntin bar attachment, automotive trim attachment, signs, graphics, furniture, appliances, and many other manufacturing and construction applications to replace mechanical fasteners and welds. ADCO AT-2 offers numerous advantages, including increased compressibility, a waterproof bond, ease of application, the ability to withstand thermal movement, and sound deadening properties. 

 
Technical Data:

Tape Color

 

Gray

Tape Thickness

 

0.045 in.

1.143mm

Tape Width

 

0.25 - 18 in

6.35 - 457.2mm

Tensile Strength

ASTM D412 Die C

135 psi

0.0949 kg/mm2

Elongation

ASTM D412 Die C

900%

Peel Adhesion

ASTM D3330

10 pli

1.751 NLMM

Cleavage Peel Strength

ASTM D1062

20 psi

0.0141 kg/mm2

Dynamic Shear Strength

ASTM D3163

60 psi

0.0422 kg/mm

Shelf Life

 

2 years minimum

Installation Temperature

 

Constant Temperature Limit

 

50°F - 100°F
10°C - 38°C

-30°F - 200°F
-34°C - 93°C

Features & Benefits:
  • Gray appearance
  • Compressibility with foamed core
  • Pressure sensitive bonding
  • Stain resistant after aged contact
  • Moisture resistant
  • Excellent weathering properties
  • Reduces and dampens vibration and shock
  • Adhesion at sub-zero temperatures
  • Hardening or brittle resistant with age
  • Flexible, moldable, compressible – conforms to intricate shapes
Usage/Application Notes:

ACRYLIC TAPE AND ADHESION PROMOTER
APPLICATION GUIDE

1. Substrate Evaluation

Acrylic adhesive is suitable for bonding a variety of substrates, including many plastics composites, sealed wood and metals.  Low energy surface materials such as polyethylene, polypropylene, silicones and Teflon can be a problem bonding.  Thorough evaluation is recommended when bonding to any questionable surface.  An adhesion promoter (primer) for use with pressure sensitive acrylic adhesives may be necessary to facilitate proper bonding and is available from ADCO Products.

2. Preparation of Substrate

The substrate to be bonded should be cleaned with an appropriate solvent, preferably IPA (Isopropanol) no more that 15 minutes prior to bonding of acrylic adhesive backed part.  To ensure removal of all contaminants without leaving any residue, use a clean, lint-free wiping cloth or disposable wipe (never recycled rags).  Other solvents such as hexane, heptane or methanol may be suitable for cleaning various substrates after thorough evaluation.  The substrate must be thoroughly dry through evaporation of the solvent with radiant heat, hot air dryers or with time before bonding acrylic adhesive backed parts.  Insure optimum substrate temperature, never below 60°F. (15°C) at application time.  Assure application temperature of 50°F to 100°F (10°C to 38°C).

3. Adhesive Promoter Application – If necessary

Apply the ADCO AP-1 Adhesive Promoter to the substrate(s) either with a lint-free applicator or foam

brush.  Apply the Adhesion Promoter in a “wet” laydown thickness range of 1-8 mils.  Allow the Adhesion Promoter to dry approximately (5) minutes.  Don’t touch the Adhesion Promoter.

4. Application of Adhesive Backed Part to the Substrate

Remove the protective release liner from the acrylic tape immediately prior to applying the part to be

bonded, being careful not to contaminate the acrylic adhesive.  Apply within 15 minutes after the adhesion promoter has been applied.  Apply the part to be bonded without entrapping air between the tape and the substrate with a recommended minimum application pressure of 15 pounds per inch of tape width to achieve adhesive to substrate contact and maximum bond strength.

Körapur 666
Description/Overview:

Two component reactive adhesive for bonding of metals. Good adhesion to aluminium, wood, PVC-rigid and GRP


• for bonding profiles and corner angels in aluminium window construction, container and vehicle industry
• Good resistance to humidity and weathering
• Suitable for assembling of side walls, floors and roofs in the vehicle construction
• For the manufacture of sandwich elements such as PS-, PUR-, PVC-rigid foam
• Very good adhesion properties; less sensitive to moisture
• Tough

Korapop 216
Description/Overview:

ADCOSEAL® KORAPOP 216 is a MS polymer based sprayable seam sealer designed for use in the manufacture of vehicles, vehicle bodywork and containers, air conditioning and heating equipment, metalwork, etc. ADCOSEAL® KORAPOP 216 provides excellent UV performance as well as an extended painting window of up to 5 days.

Features & Benefits:

Features

Benefits

Excellent Adhesion to a Variety of Substrates.

Flexibility/Adhesion to Substrates with Dissimilar Coefficients of Expansion

Instant Paintability. up to 5 Days

No Manufacturing Down Time

Can be used without primer on most materials

Reduced Surface Preparation

Solvent-free

Environmentally Safe

Excellent UV Stability

Extended Elasticity and Appearance Integrity

Shock Resistance and Vibration Damping

Seal, Bond, and Reduce Noise in One Application

Fast Curing

Assembly Time Reduction

Kommerling GD 677NA
Description/Overview:

Kommerling GD 677NA is a 2-component polyurethane sealant. Kommerling GD 677NA demonstrates high strength and elasticity. It has excellent adhesion to clean surfaces such as glass, aluminum, galvanized and stainless steel. Primers are not required.

 
Technical Data:

 

Performance Properties

Typical Values

Test Method

Density

Part A

Part B

1.65 - 1.71 g/ml

1.07 - 1.13 g/ml

23oC (73oF)

Pot Life

10 - 20 mins

23oC (73oF)

Shore A Hardness

33 - 43

DIN 53505; Cure time of 24 hours at 23oC, 50% RH

Peel Strength

> 4.0 N/mm

> 23 lb/in

Cure time of 24 hours at 23oC, 50% RH, 90o peel angle at a rate of 100mm/ minute

Tear Strength

> 0.8 N/mm2

>115 lb/in2

Cure time of 7 days at 23oC, 50% RH, DIN 52455 Part 1

Physical Properties

Composition:

Part A

Part B

Polyurethane

Isocyanate

Color

Black

Mixing Ratio - Volume

Part A : Part B

10 : 1

Mixing Ratio - Weight

Part A : Part B

10 : 0.65

NOTE:
The foregoing information is published as general information only. The listed properties and performance characteristics are typical values and are not to be interpreted as manufacturing specifications.

Features & Benefits:

Features

Benefits

High strength, thermosetting sealant

Excellent structural integrity of sealed unit

Medium-low moisture vapor transmission rate (MVTR)

Greater protection against voids in primary sealant when compared to silicone secondary-sealed IG

Mercury-free catalyst

Improved safety

Usage/Application Notes:

Kommerling GD 677NA is designed to be used as a secondary edge sealant for dual-seal insulating glass units and is widely used in the manufacture of high-end wood windows.

Kommerling GD 677NA demonstrates excellent adhesion to glass surfaces and most IG spacer systems including aluminum, anodized aluminum, stainless steel, and tin plated steel. It has been formulated to work in hand-gunning as well as fully automated robotic application.

Typical application rates are a minimum 4.0mm depth for gas-filled IG units. (However, when determining sealant volume to apply, unit size, weight, and glazing system design need to be evaluated for proper IG assembly design).

Substrate Preparation:
The surfaces to be bonded must be dry, clean and free from dust and grease. Glass surfaces should be thoroughly cleaned by hand or machine with non-film forming, low residue detergent and rinsed thoroughly with clean hot water.

Application:
When using automatic mixers observe the correct setting of the dosing cylinder. The mixing ratio is 10: 1 by volume and 10: 0.65 by weight. The two-component mixture must be applied within approximately 15 minutes (pot life at 23oC / 73oF). At a higher temperature, the pot life is shorter.

Prepare only the amount that can be applied within this period of time.

As temperature increases, pot life decreases. General pot life data for Kommerling 677NA is as follows:

15 minute pot life at 20oC (68oF) material temperature

8 minute pot life at 30oC (86oF) material temperature4 minute pot life at 40 oC (104oF) material temperature

Note: The mixing ratio of Part A to Part B can go to 10: 1.1 by volume without a detrimental affect on mechanical properties. Undercatalyzing must be avoided.

Curing:
Kommerling GD 677NA should not be applied below 10oC (50oF). The curing speed of Kommerling GD 677NA depends on the ambient temperature of the units after fabrication:

  • At 10oC (50oF) the curing time doubles or triples.

     

  • At 30oC (86oF) curing times are shortened by 50%.

  • A tack free surface is reached after approximately 5 hours at 23oC (73oF). IG units should not be moved or subjected to excessive stresses until sealant has nearly reached full cure.

Cleaning:
Citrus based solvents can be used to clean tools and equipment immediately after use to remove fresh uncured material.

Equipment:
The following equipment is suitable for applying Kommerling GD 677NA:GRACO Hydra-Mate Shovel Pumps equipped with King air motors, GRACO Hydramate Shovel Pumps equipped with Bulldog® air motors and 1-1/4" supply line, Reinhardt Technik Pumps, Schwartz, Lisec and Bystronic automated lines.

Packaging:

Kommerling GD 677NA is available in the following standard packages:

 PART #    PACKAGE  FILL VOLUME WEIGHT 

IG-677NAA-DR

 DRUM 50 GALLON  702 LB. 
IG-677NAB-PA  PAIL  5 GALLON  46 LB
Storage & Handling:

Storage and Shelf Life

Store material in original unopened packaging at temperatures between 40°F-90°F. Shelf life is 9 months when stored as recommended.

Health & Safety:

 

Safety
Prior to working with this or any product consult product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for necessary health and safety precautions.

CAUTION:
All statements and technical information in this document are based on tests or data that ADCO believes is reliable. However, ADCO does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this information. The user has sole knowledge and control of factors that can affect the performance of ADCO’s products in the user’s intended application. It is the user’s responsibility to conduct tests to determine the compatibility of ADCO’s product with the design, structure, and materials of the user’s end product and the suitability of ADCO’s product for the user’s method of application and intended use. The user assumes all risk and liability arising out of such use.

Kommerling GD 116NA
Description/Overview:

Kommerling GD 116 is a 2-component, solvent-free, liquid polymer (LP) polysulfide sealant. Kommerling GD 116 demonstrates high strength and elasticity, and is a lower odor polysulfide. It has excellent adhesion to clean surfaces such as glass, aluminum, galvanized and stainless steel.

 
Technical Data:

Performance Properties

Typical Values

Test Method

Density

Part A

Part B

1.75 - 1.81 g/ml

1.53 - 1.59 g/ml

73oF + 2

Pot Life

B 20

B 65

15 - 30 minutes

55 - 80 minutes

73oF + 2

Moisture Vapor

Transmission Rate

4 - 6 g/m2/24 hr

DIN 53122 Part 1

Climate D; 3mm film

Shore A Hardness

37 - 45

DIN 53505; Cure time of 24 hours at 73oF + 2, 50% RH

Peel Strength

> 5 N/mm

> 28 lb/in

Cure time of 24 hours at 73oF + 2, 50% RH, 90º peel angle at a rate of 100mm/ minute

Tear Strength

0.9 - 1.3 N/mm2

130 - 188 lb/in2

Cure time of 7 days at 73oF + 2, 50% RH, DIN 52455 Part 1

Physical Properties

Composition:

Part A Base

Part B Hardener

(B65 or B20)

LP Polysulfide

Manganese Dioxide

Color

Black

Features & Benefits:

Features

Benefits

Thermosetting, reactive sealant

Excellent structural integrity of sealed unit

Chemical resistant sealant

Reduced unit failures due to incompatible glazing environments compared to silicone secondary-sealed IG

Low moisture vapor transmission rate (MVTR)

Longer life expectancy for IG units

Superior slump resistance

Cleaner, easier applying sealant. Less waste in hand applied applications

Solvent free formulation

Utilized for single-seal units*

* It is the individual IG manufacturer’s responsibility to determine if this product is suitable for single-seal units.

Usage/Application Notes:

Kommerling GD 116 is designed to be used as a secondary edge sealant for dual-seal insulating glass units and is widely used in the manufacture of high-end wood windows.

Kommerling GD 116 demonstrates excellent adhesion to glass surfaces and most IG spacer systems including aluminum, anodized aluminum, stainless steel, and tin plated steel. It has been formulated to work in hand-gunning as well as fully automated robotic application. Kommerling GD 116 is resistant to oils, solvents, and a wide-array of chemicals and thus provides excellent protection against IG unit failure caused by incompatibility with glazing materials. Due to it’s impermeability to most solvents, oils, and plasticizers, Kommerling GD 116 is particularly suited for application with non-rigid warm-edge spacer systems such as TPS®, pre-extruded butyl spacers, or foam based spacer systems. Kommerling GD 116 is compatible with all commercially available PIB based primary sealants. Typical application rates are a minimum 4.0mm depth for gas-filled IG units. (However, when determining sealant volume, unit size, weight, and glazing system design need to be evaluated for proper IG assembly design.)

Limitations

• High- viscosity Kommerling GD 116 requires a Graco Hydra-Mate equipped with King air motor. Graco Bulldog® motors normally do not pump a sufficient volume of Kommerling GD 116 for high-volume production. Kommerling GD 116 pumps very well on all European IG application equipment.

• IG produced with Kommerling GD 116 or any LP Polysulfide should not be used for direct glazing (curtain wall) applications or in applications where the sealant is exposed to direct UV light. Kommerling GD 116 is intended for framed insulating glass applications. 

Application

Substrate Preparation: The surfaces to be bonded must be dry, clean and free from dust and grease. Glass surfaces should be thoroughly cleaned by hand or machine with non-film forming, low residue detergent and rinsed thoroughly with clean hot water.

Blending:
When using automatic mixers observe the correct setting of the dosing cylinder. The mixing ratio according to volume is 10:1. The two- component mixture must be applied within approximately 20 minutes (pot life at 23oC / 73oF).

Prepare only the amount that can be applied within this period of time. As temperature increases, pot life decreases. General pot life date for B20 is as follows:

20 minute pot life at 20oC (68oF) material temperature

10 minute pot life at 30oC (86oF) material temperature5 minute pot life at 40oC (104oF) material temperature

Important: if mixing ratio is over-catalyzed in excess of 10:1.1 by volume, poor mechanical properties may result. If mixing ratio is under-catalyzed in excess of 10:0.8 by volume, the final product properties will be only slightly affected. However, the pot-life will be altered in both instances.

Curing:
Kommerling GD 116 should not be applied below 10oC (50oF). The curing speed of Kommerling GD 116 depends on the ambient temperature.

  • At 50oC (40oF) the curing times can triple.

  • At 30oC (86oF) curing times are shortened by 50%.

  • A tack free surface is reached after ~ 1 - 2 hours with the B65 hardener at 23oC (73oF) and ~ 15 - 25 minutes with B