Meets or Exceeds U.S. Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards 208 and 212, and OEM Strength Requirements
Value Priced, Quick Curing, Cold-Applied
Part of the LYNX Services Program
CRL900HV High Viscosity Quick Cure Urethane Adhesive is a quick curing adhesive that passes or exceeds U.S. Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards FMVSS212 (Barrier Crash Test) and FMVSS208 (Occupant Crash Protection) in its most severe interpretation with dual air bags and unrestrained dummies. Quick curing and high viscosity are features you normally find in higher priced urethanes, but CRL offers these same features in our competitively priced CRL900HV. The fast curing formula is tack free in only 30 minutes and offers Safe Drive Away Time in as little as two hours when used on vehicles without a passenger side air bag, eight hours with passenger air bag at 73°F (23°C) and 45% RH (relative humidity).
Contents: 10.5 Fl Oz (310 ml)
Additional Product Information:
New packaging for improved shelf life features a spread metal plunger that replaces the plastic plungers. This provides worry-free cartridges that are always easy to gun. In addition, the extra and difficult step usually required to remove the sharp bottom metal seals is gone, and with the new spread metal plunger there is no need for a dessicant capsule to help keep the urethane fresh.
In addition, as an added value, each cartridge has a peel-off Quality Control Label affixed to the bottom of the tube. The Quality Control Label contains the following information: Cat. No. of the Urethane Adhesive used; Batch # of cartridge used; Date of Use; Temperature; Humidity; Airbag? Yes or No; and Safe Drive Away Time. After this label has been filled out completely by the technician installing the windshield, it can then be affixed to your customer's invoice for insurance purposes or as a quality control record for you and your customer.
Cleaning and Primers
CRL 900 and 700 Series Urethanes are supported by a selection of primers formulated for use in all aspects of glass bonding, including a glass frit primer, a pinchweld primer, and a primer specifically formulated for use with EPDM/PVC moldings.
1. After removing all of the old urethane to within 1/16 inch (1.5 millimeter) of the pinchweld, prepare the pinchweld following the procedures outlined in the CRL Technicians Training Manual. Prime these areas with CRL9P Pinchweld Primer.
2. Clean the inside of the windshield with a lint-free towel 1550 and PWR22 Automotive Glass Cleaner.
3. Apply CRL9GC Glass Primer to frit area with a lint-free towel and wipe dry. Allow to flash off for a minimum of 10 minutes, but no more than 8 hours before installing adhesive. This procedure must be performed above 40°F (4°C). NOTE: CRL9GC Glass Primer must be used prior to any adhesive application to prevent glass displacement. Failure to do so may result in personal injury or property damage.
4. Apply CRL9EP EPDM/PVC Primer to encapsulated moldings if they are part of the bonding area.