Devcon® 14240 5 Minute® Epoxy Rapid-Cure General-Purpose Adhesive - 25 mL Dual Syringe Tube

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Manufacture Part #: 14240
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Fast-curing, thixotropic, non-migrating adhesive designed for filling gaps and bonding rough or smooth surfaces, including metal, ceramic and wood. Disappearing blue coloring tells you when the product is thrououghly mixed for easy use!
  • High tensile strength (2,500 psi)
  • Fills gaps to .250 inches
  • Good solvent resistance to gas, oil and other solvents
  • Non sag makes it ideal for use on vertical surfaces
  • Excellent gap filling qualities without tremendous shrinkage
  • Fast curing for bond tags on machinery and equipment
  • Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    25 mL
    Shipping Weight
    0.2 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Color Family
    Clear
    Manufacturer P/N
    14240
    Schedule B Code
    1301.90.0190
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    7 x 2 x 2 inches
    NSN
    8040-01-667-0270
    Size
    25 mL Dual Syringe Tube
    Color
    Clear

    Other Part Numbers

    Hartzell PN/Spec#
    A-6741-215

    Use Instructions

    Surface Preparation

    Clean surface by solvent-wiping any deposits of heavy grease, oil, dirt, or other contaminants. Surface can also be cleaned with industrial cleaning equipment such as vapor phase degreasers or hot aqueous baths. If working with metal, abrade or roughen the surface to significantly increase the microscopic bond area and increase the bond strength.

    Mixing Instructions

    Proper homogenous mixing of resin and hardener is essential for the curing and development of stated strengths.

    25 ML DEV-TUBE

    1. Squeeze material into a small container the size of an ashtray.
    2. Using mixing stick included on Dev-tube handle, vigorously mix components for one (1) minute.
    3. Immediately apply to substrate.

    50 ML/400ML/490 ML CARTRIDGES

    1. Attach cartridge to Mark V™ [50ml] 400ml manual or pneumatic dispensing systems.
    2. Open tip.
    3. Burp cartridge by squeezing out some material until both sides are uniform (ensures no air bubbles are present during mixing).
    4. Attach mix nozzle to end of cartridge.
    5. Apply to substrate.
    Application Instructions

    1. Apply mixed epoxy directly to one surface in an even film or as a bead.
    2. Assemble with mating part within recommended working time.
    3. Apply firm pressure between mating parts to minimize any gap and ensure good contact (a small fillet of epoxy should flow out the edges to display adequate gap fill.)

    For very large gaps:

    1. Apply epoxy to both surfaces
    2. Spread to cover entire area OR make a bead pattern to allow flow throughout the joint

    Let bonded assemblies stand for recommended functional cure time prior to handling.

    Capabilities

    Can withstand processing forces. Do not drop, shock load, or heavily load

    Store in a cool, dry place.

    Chemical Resistance

    Chemical resistance is calculated with a 7 day, room temp. cure (30 days immersion) @ 75°F)

    Acetic (Dilute) 10%: Poor
    Acetone: Poor
    Ammonia: Poor
    Corn Oil: Excellent
    Cutting Oil: Excellent
    Ethanol: Poor
    Gasoline (Unleaded): Excellent
    Glycols/Antifreeze: Fair
    Hydrochloric 10%: Poor
    Isopropanol: Poor
    Kerosene: Excellent
    Methyl Ethyl Ketone: Poor
    Mineral Spirits: Excellent
    Motor Oil: Excellent
    Sodium Hydroxide 10%: Poor
    Sulfuric 10%: Poor

    Technical Data

    Technical data should be considered representative or typical only and should not be used for specification purposes.

    CURED 2 DAYS @ 75°F
    Adhesive Tensile Lap Shear [GBS]: 2,500 psi @ 0.010" bondline
    Dielectric Strength: 440 volts/mils
    Gap Fill: Excellent
    Impact Resistance: 6.5 ft.lb./in(2)
    Service Temperature: -40°F to 200°F
    Shore Hardness: 80 Shore D
    Solids by Volume: 100
    Specific Volume: 23.7 in[3]/lb.
    Tensile Elongation: 1%
    Tpeel: 2-3 pli

    UNCURED
    Color: Opaque
    Fixture Time: 10-15 min. @ 72°F
    Full Cure: 12 hrs.
    Functional Cure: 3/4-1 hr. @ 72°F
    Mix Ratio by Volume: 1:1
    Mix Ratio by Weight: 1:1
    Mixed Density: 9.75 lbs/gal.: 1.17 gm/cc
    Mixed Viscosity: Gel
    Working Time: 4-7 min. [28 gm @ 72°F]

    Tests Conducted:

    • Adhesive Tensile Shear ASTM D 1002
    • Cured Density ASTM D 792
    • Dielectric Strength, volts/mil ASTM D 149
    • Compressive Strength ASTM D 695
    • Cured Hardness Shore D ASTM D 2240

    Description

    Fast-curing, thixotropic, non-migrating adhesive designed for filling gaps and bonding rough or smooth surfaces, including metal, ceramic and wood. Disappearing blue coloring tells you when the product is thrououghly mixed for easy use!
  • High tensile strength (2,500 psi)
  • Fills gaps to .250 inches
  • Good solvent resistance to gas, oil and other solvents
  • Non sag makes it ideal for use on vertical surfaces
  • Excellent gap filling qualities without tremendous shrinkage
  • Fast curing for bond tags on machinery and equipment
  • Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    25 mL
    Shipping Weight
    0.2 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Color Family
    Clear
    Manufacturer P/N
    14240
    Schedule B Code
    1301.90.0190
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    7 x 2 x 2 inches
    NSN
    8040-01-667-0270
    Size
    25 mL Dual Syringe Tube
    Color
    Clear

    Other Part Numbers

    Hartzell PN/Spec#
    A-6741-215

    Use Instructions

    Surface Preparation

    Clean surface by solvent-wiping any deposits of heavy grease, oil, dirt, or other contaminants. Surface can also be cleaned with industrial cleaning equipment such as vapor phase degreasers or hot aqueous baths. If working with metal, abrade or roughen the surface to significantly increase the microscopic bond area and increase the bond strength.

    Mixing Instructions

    Proper homogenous mixing of resin and hardener is essential for the curing and development of stated strengths.

    25 ML DEV-TUBE

    1. Squeeze material into a small container the size of an ashtray.
    2. Using mixing stick included on Dev-tube handle, vigorously mix components for one (1) minute.
    3. Immediately apply to substrate.

    50 ML/400ML/490 ML CARTRIDGES

    1. Attach cartridge to Mark V™ [50ml] 400ml manual or pneumatic dispensing systems.
    2. Open tip.
    3. Burp cartridge by squeezing out some material until both sides are uniform (ensures no air bubbles are present during mixing).
    4. Attach mix nozzle to end of cartridge.
    5. Apply to substrate.
    Application Instructions

    1. Apply mixed epoxy directly to one surface in an even film or as a bead.
    2. Assemble with mating part within recommended working time.
    3. Apply firm pressure between mating parts to minimize any gap and ensure good contact (a small fillet of epoxy should flow out the edges to display adequate gap fill.)

    For very large gaps:

    1. Apply epoxy to both surfaces
    2. Spread to cover entire area OR make a bead pattern to allow flow throughout the joint

    Let bonded assemblies stand for recommended functional cure time prior to handling.

    Capabilities

    Can withstand processing forces. Do not drop, shock load, or heavily load

    Store in a cool, dry place.

    Chemical Resistance

    Chemical resistance is calculated with a 7 day, room temp. cure (30 days immersion) @ 75°F)

    Acetic (Dilute) 10%: Poor
    Acetone: Poor
    Ammonia: Poor
    Corn Oil: Excellent
    Cutting Oil: Excellent
    Ethanol: Poor
    Gasoline (Unleaded): Excellent
    Glycols/Antifreeze: Fair
    Hydrochloric 10%: Poor
    Isopropanol: Poor
    Kerosene: Excellent
    Methyl Ethyl Ketone: Poor
    Mineral Spirits: Excellent
    Motor Oil: Excellent
    Sodium Hydroxide 10%: Poor
    Sulfuric 10%: Poor

    Technical Data

    Technical data should be considered representative or typical only and should not be used for specification purposes.

    CURED 2 DAYS @ 75°F
    Adhesive Tensile Lap Shear [GBS]: 2,500 psi @ 0.010" bondline
    Dielectric Strength: 440 volts/mils
    Gap Fill: Excellent
    Impact Resistance: 6.5 ft.lb./in(2)
    Service Temperature: -40°F to 200°F
    Shore Hardness: 80 Shore D
    Solids by Volume: 100
    Specific Volume: 23.7 in[3]/lb.
    Tensile Elongation: 1%
    Tpeel: 2-3 pli

    UNCURED
    Color: Opaque
    Fixture Time: 10-15 min. @ 72°F
    Full Cure: 12 hrs.
    Functional Cure: 3/4-1 hr. @ 72°F
    Mix Ratio by Volume: 1:1
    Mix Ratio by Weight: 1:1
    Mixed Density: 9.75 lbs/gal.: 1.17 gm/cc
    Mixed Viscosity: Gel
    Working Time: 4-7 min. [28 gm @ 72°F]

    Tests Conducted:

    • Adhesive Tensile Shear ASTM D 1002
    • Cured Density ASTM D 792
    • Dielectric Strength, volts/mil ASTM D 149
    • Compressive Strength ASTM D 695
    • Cured Hardness Shore D ASTM D 2240

    Product Details

    Fast-curing, thixotropic, non-migrating adhesive designed for filling gaps and bonding rough or smooth surfaces, including metal, ceramic and wood. Disappearing blue coloring tells you when the product is thrououghly mixed for easy use!
  • High tensile strength (2,500 psi)
  • Fills gaps to .250 inches
  • Good solvent resistance to gas, oil and other solvents
  • Non sag makes it ideal for use on vertical surfaces
  • Excellent gap filling qualities without tremendous shrinkage
  • Fast curing for bond tags on machinery and equipment
  • Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    25 mL
    Shipping Weight
    0.2 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Color Family
    Clear
    Manufacturer P/N
    14240
    Schedule B Code
    1301.90.0190
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    7 x 2 x 2 inches
    NSN
    8040-01-667-0270
    Size
    25 mL Dual Syringe Tube
    Color
    Clear

    Other Part Numbers

    Hartzell PN/Spec#
    A-6741-215

    Use Instructions

    Surface Preparation

    Clean surface by solvent-wiping any deposits of heavy grease, oil, dirt, or other contaminants. Surface can also be cleaned with industrial cleaning equipment such as vapor phase degreasers or hot aqueous baths. If working with metal, abrade or roughen the surface to significantly increase the microscopic bond area and increase the bond strength.

    Mixing Instructions

    Proper homogenous mixing of resin and hardener is essential for the curing and development of stated strengths.

    25 ML DEV-TUBE

    1. Squeeze material into a small container the size of an ashtray.
    2. Using mixing stick included on Dev-tube handle, vigorously mix components for one (1) minute.
    3. Immediately apply to substrate.

    50 ML/400ML/490 ML CARTRIDGES

    1. Attach cartridge to Mark V™ [50ml] 400ml manual or pneumatic dispensing systems.
    2. Open tip.
    3. Burp cartridge by squeezing out some material until both sides are uniform (ensures no air bubbles are present during mixing).
    4. Attach mix nozzle to end of cartridge.
    5. Apply to substrate.
    Application Instructions

    1. Apply mixed epoxy directly to one surface in an even film or as a bead.
    2. Assemble with mating part within recommended working time.
    3. Apply firm pressure between mating parts to minimize any gap and ensure good contact (a small fillet of epoxy should flow out the edges to display adequate gap fill.)

    For very large gaps:

    1. Apply epoxy to both surfaces
    2. Spread to cover entire area OR make a bead pattern to allow flow throughout the joint

    Let bonded assemblies stand for recommended functional cure time prior to handling.

    Capabilities

    Can withstand processing forces. Do not drop, shock load, or heavily load

    Store in a cool, dry place.

    Chemical Resistance

    Chemical resistance is calculated with a 7 day, room temp. cure (30 days immersion) @ 75°F)

    Acetic (Dilute) 10%: Poor
    Acetone: Poor
    Ammonia: Poor
    Corn Oil: Excellent
    Cutting Oil: Excellent
    Ethanol: Poor
    Gasoline (Unleaded): Excellent
    Glycols/Antifreeze: Fair
    Hydrochloric 10%: Poor
    Isopropanol: Poor
    Kerosene: Excellent
    Methyl Ethyl Ketone: Poor
    Mineral Spirits: Excellent
    Motor Oil: Excellent
    Sodium Hydroxide 10%: Poor
    Sulfuric 10%: Poor

    Technical Data

    Technical data should be considered representative or typical only and should not be used for specification purposes.

    CURED 2 DAYS @ 75°F
    Adhesive Tensile Lap Shear [GBS]: 2,500 psi @ 0.010" bondline
    Dielectric Strength: 440 volts/mils
    Gap Fill: Excellent
    Impact Resistance: 6.5 ft.lb./in(2)
    Service Temperature: -40°F to 200°F
    Shore Hardness: 80 Shore D
    Solids by Volume: 100
    Specific Volume: 23.7 in[3]/lb.
    Tensile Elongation: 1%
    Tpeel: 2-3 pli

    UNCURED
    Color: Opaque
    Fixture Time: 10-15 min. @ 72°F
    Full Cure: 12 hrs.
    Functional Cure: 3/4-1 hr. @ 72°F
    Mix Ratio by Volume: 1:1
    Mix Ratio by Weight: 1:1
    Mixed Density: 9.75 lbs/gal.: 1.17 gm/cc
    Mixed Viscosity: Gel
    Working Time: 4-7 min. [28 gm @ 72°F]

    Tests Conducted:

    • Adhesive Tensile Shear ASTM D 1002
    • Cured Density ASTM D 792
    • Dielectric Strength, volts/mil ASTM D 149
    • Compressive Strength ASTM D 695
    • Cured Hardness Shore D ASTM D 2240

    Downloads

    Fast-curing, thixotropic, non-migrating adhesive designed for filling gaps and bonding rough or smooth surfaces, including metal, ceramic and wood. Disappearing blue coloring tells you when the product is thrououghly mixed for easy use!
  • High tensile strength (2,500 psi)
  • Fills gaps to .250 inches
  • Good solvent resistance to gas, oil and other solvents
  • Non sag makes it ideal for use on vertical surfaces
  • Excellent gap filling qualities without tremendous shrinkage
  • Fast curing for bond tags on machinery and equipment
  • Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    25 mL
    Shipping Weight
    0.2 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Color Family
    Clear
    Manufacturer P/N
    14240
    Schedule B Code
    1301.90.0190
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    7 x 2 x 2 inches
    NSN
    8040-01-667-0270
    Size
    25 mL Dual Syringe Tube
    Color
    Clear

    Other Part Numbers

    Hartzell PN/Spec#
    A-6741-215

    Use Instructions

    Surface Preparation

    Clean surface by solvent-wiping any deposits of heavy grease, oil, dirt, or other contaminants. Surface can also be cleaned with industrial cleaning equipment such as vapor phase degreasers or hot aqueous baths. If working with metal, abrade or roughen the surface to significantly increase the microscopic bond area and increase the bond strength.

    Mixing Instructions

    Proper homogenous mixing of resin and hardener is essential for the curing and development of stated strengths.

    25 ML DEV-TUBE

    1. Squeeze material into a small container the size of an ashtray.
    2. Using mixing stick included on Dev-tube handle, vigorously mix components for one (1) minute.
    3. Immediately apply to substrate.

    50 ML/400ML/490 ML CARTRIDGES

    1. Attach cartridge to Mark V™ [50ml] 400ml manual or pneumatic dispensing systems.
    2. Open tip.
    3. Burp cartridge by squeezing out some material until both sides are uniform (ensures no air bubbles are present during mixing).
    4. Attach mix nozzle to end of cartridge.
    5. Apply to substrate.
    Application Instructions

    1. Apply mixed epoxy directly to one surface in an even film or as a bead.
    2. Assemble with mating part within recommended working time.
    3. Apply firm pressure between mating parts to minimize any gap and ensure good contact (a small fillet of epoxy should flow out the edges to display adequate gap fill.)

    For very large gaps:

    1. Apply epoxy to both surfaces
    2. Spread to cover entire area OR make a bead pattern to allow flow throughout the joint

    Let bonded assemblies stand for recommended functional cure time prior to handling.

    Capabilities

    Can withstand processing forces. Do not drop, shock load, or heavily load

    Store in a cool, dry place.

    Chemical Resistance

    Chemical resistance is calculated with a 7 day, room temp. cure (30 days immersion) @ 75°F)

    Acetic (Dilute) 10%: Poor
    Acetone: Poor
    Ammonia: Poor
    Corn Oil: Excellent
    Cutting Oil: Excellent
    Ethanol: Poor
    Gasoline (Unleaded): Excellent
    Glycols/Antifreeze: Fair
    Hydrochloric 10%: Poor
    Isopropanol: Poor
    Kerosene: Excellent
    Methyl Ethyl Ketone: Poor
    Mineral Spirits: Excellent
    Motor Oil: Excellent
    Sodium Hydroxide 10%: Poor
    Sulfuric 10%: Poor

    Technical Data

    Technical data should be considered representative or typical only and should not be used for specification purposes.

    CURED 2 DAYS @ 75°F
    Adhesive Tensile Lap Shear [GBS]: 2,500 psi @ 0.010" bondline
    Dielectric Strength: 440 volts/mils
    Gap Fill: Excellent
    Impact Resistance: 6.5 ft.lb./in(2)
    Service Temperature: -40°F to 200°F
    Shore Hardness: 80 Shore D
    Solids by Volume: 100
    Specific Volume: 23.7 in[3]/lb.
    Tensile Elongation: 1%
    Tpeel: 2-3 pli

    UNCURED
    Color: Opaque
    Fixture Time: 10-15 min. @ 72°F
    Full Cure: 12 hrs.
    Functional Cure: 3/4-1 hr. @ 72°F
    Mix Ratio by Volume: 1:1
    Mix Ratio by Weight: 1:1
    Mixed Density: 9.75 lbs/gal.: 1.17 gm/cc
    Mixed Viscosity: Gel
    Working Time: 4-7 min. [28 gm @ 72°F]

    Tests Conducted:

    • Adhesive Tensile Shear ASTM D 1002
    • Cured Density ASTM D 792
    • Dielectric Strength, volts/mil ASTM D 149
    • Compressive Strength ASTM D 695
    • Cured Hardness Shore D ASTM D 2240

    Fast-curing, thixotropic, non-migrating adhesive designed for filling gaps and bonding rough or smooth surfaces, including metal, ceramic and wood. Disappearing blue coloring tells you when the product is thrououghly mixed for easy use!
  • High tensile strength (2,500 psi)
  • Fills gaps to .250 inches
  • Good solvent resistance to gas, oil and other solvents
  • Non sag makes it ideal for use on vertical surfaces
  • Excellent gap filling qualities without tremendous shrinkage
  • Fast curing for bond tags on machinery and equipment
  • Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    25 mL
    Shipping Weight
    0.2 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Color Family
    Clear
    Manufacturer P/N
    14240
    Schedule B Code
    1301.90.0190
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    7 x 2 x 2 inches
    NSN
    8040-01-667-0270
    Size
    25 mL Dual Syringe Tube
    Color
    Clear

    Other Part Numbers

    Hartzell PN/Spec#
    A-6741-215

    Use Instructions

    Surface Preparation

    Clean surface by solvent-wiping any deposits of heavy grease, oil, dirt, or other contaminants. Surface can also be cleaned with industrial cleaning equipment such as vapor phase degreasers or hot aqueous baths. If working with metal, abrade or roughen the surface to significantly increase the microscopic bond area and increase the bond strength.

    Mixing Instructions

    Proper homogenous mixing of resin and hardener is essential for the curing and development of stated strengths.

    25 ML DEV-TUBE

    1. Squeeze material into a small container the size of an ashtray.
    2. Using mixing stick included on Dev-tube handle, vigorously mix components for one (1) minute.
    3. Immediately apply to substrate.

    50 ML/400ML/490 ML CARTRIDGES

    1. Attach cartridge to Mark V™ [50ml] 400ml manual or pneumatic dispensing systems.
    2. Open tip.
    3. Burp cartridge by squeezing out some material until both sides are uniform (ensures no air bubbles are present during mixing).
    4. Attach mix nozzle to end of cartridge.
    5. Apply to substrate.
    Application Instructions

    1. Apply mixed epoxy directly to one surface in an even film or as a bead.
    2. Assemble with mating part within recommended working time.
    3. Apply firm pressure between mating parts to minimize any gap and ensure good contact (a small fillet of epoxy should flow out the edges to display adequate gap fill.)

    For very large gaps:

    1. Apply epoxy to both surfaces
    2. Spread to cover entire area OR make a bead pattern to allow flow throughout the joint

    Let bonded assemblies stand for recommended functional cure time prior to handling.

    Capabilities

    Can withstand processing forces. Do not drop, shock load, or heavily load

    Store in a cool, dry place.

    Chemical Resistance

    Chemical resistance is calculated with a 7 day, room temp. cure (30 days immersion) @ 75°F)

    Acetic (Dilute) 10%: Poor
    Acetone: Poor
    Ammonia: Poor
    Corn Oil: Excellent
    Cutting Oil: Excellent
    Ethanol: Poor
    Gasoline (Unleaded): Excellent
    Glycols/Antifreeze: Fair
    Hydrochloric 10%: Poor
    Isopropanol: Poor
    Kerosene: Excellent
    Methyl Ethyl Ketone: Poor
    Mineral Spirits: Excellent
    Motor Oil: Excellent
    Sodium Hydroxide 10%: Poor
    Sulfuric 10%: Poor

    Technical Data

    Technical data should be considered representative or typical only and should not be used for specification purposes.

    CURED 2 DAYS @ 75°F
    Adhesive Tensile Lap Shear [GBS]: 2,500 psi @ 0.010" bondline
    Dielectric Strength: 440 volts/mils
    Gap Fill: Excellent
    Impact Resistance: 6.5 ft.lb./in(2)
    Service Temperature: -40°F to 200°F
    Shore Hardness: 80 Shore D
    Solids by Volume: 100
    Specific Volume: 23.7 in[3]/lb.
    Tensile Elongation: 1%
    Tpeel: 2-3 pli

    UNCURED
    Color: Opaque
    Fixture Time: 10-15 min. @ 72°F
    Full Cure: 12 hrs.
    Functional Cure: 3/4-1 hr. @ 72°F
    Mix Ratio by Volume: 1:1
    Mix Ratio by Weight: 1:1
    Mixed Density: 9.75 lbs/gal.: 1.17 gm/cc
    Mixed Viscosity: Gel
    Working Time: 4-7 min. [28 gm @ 72°F]

    Tests Conducted:

    • Adhesive Tensile Shear ASTM D 1002
    • Cured Density ASTM D 792
    • Dielectric Strength, volts/mil ASTM D 149
    • Compressive Strength ASTM D 695
    • Cured Hardness Shore D ASTM D 2240

    Description

    Fast-curing, thixotropic, non-migrating adhesive designed for filling gaps and bonding rough or smooth surfaces, including metal, ceramic and wood. Disappearing blue coloring tells you when the product is thrououghly mixed for easy use!
  • High tensile strength (2,500 psi)
  • Fills gaps to .250 inches
  • Good solvent resistance to gas, oil and other solvents
  • Non sag makes it ideal for use on vertical surfaces
  • Excellent gap filling qualities without tremendous shrinkage
  • Fast curing for bond tags on machinery and equipment
  • Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    25 mL
    Shipping Weight
    0.2 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Color Family
    Clear
    Manufacturer P/N
    14240
    Schedule B Code
    1301.90.0190
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    7 x 2 x 2 inches
    NSN
    8040-01-667-0270
    Size
    25 mL Dual Syringe Tube
    Color
    Clear

    Other Part Numbers

    Hartzell PN/Spec#
    A-6741-215

    Use Instructions

    Surface Preparation

    Clean surface by solvent-wiping any deposits of heavy grease, oil, dirt, or other contaminants. Surface can also be cleaned with industrial cleaning equipment such as vapor phase degreasers or hot aqueous baths. If working with metal, abrade or roughen the surface to significantly increase the microscopic bond area and increase the bond strength.

    Mixing Instructions

    Proper homogenous mixing of resin and hardener is essential for the curing and development of stated strengths.

    25 ML DEV-TUBE

    1. Squeeze material into a small container the size of an ashtray.
    2. Using mixing stick included on Dev-tube handle, vigorously mix components for one (1) minute.
    3. Immediately apply to substrate.

    50 ML/400ML/490 ML CARTRIDGES

    1. Attach cartridge to Mark V™ [50ml] 400ml manual or pneumatic dispensing systems.
    2. Open tip.
    3. Burp cartridge by squeezing out some material until both sides are uniform (ensures no air bubbles are present during mixing).
    4. Attach mix nozzle to end of cartridge.
    5. Apply to substrate.
    Application Instructions

    1. Apply mixed epoxy directly to one surface in an even film or as a bead.
    2. Assemble with mating part within recommended working time.
    3. Apply firm pressure between mating parts to minimize any gap and ensure good contact (a small fillet of epoxy should flow out the edges to display adequate gap fill.)

    For very large gaps:

    1. Apply epoxy to both surfaces
    2. Spread to cover entire area OR make a bead pattern to allow flow throughout the joint

    Let bonded assemblies stand for recommended functional cure time prior to handling.

    Capabilities

    Can withstand processing forces. Do not drop, shock load, or heavily load

    Store in a cool, dry place.

    Chemical Resistance

    Chemical resistance is calculated with a 7 day, room temp. cure (30 days immersion) @ 75°F)

    Acetic (Dilute) 10%: Poor
    Acetone: Poor
    Ammonia: Poor
    Corn Oil: Excellent
    Cutting Oil: Excellent
    Ethanol: Poor
    Gasoline (Unleaded): Excellent
    Glycols/Antifreeze: Fair
    Hydrochloric 10%: Poor
    Isopropanol: Poor
    Kerosene: Excellent
    Methyl Ethyl Ketone: Poor
    Mineral Spirits: Excellent
    Motor Oil: Excellent
    Sodium Hydroxide 10%: Poor
    Sulfuric 10%: Poor

    Technical Data

    Technical data should be considered representative or typical only and should not be used for specification purposes.

    CURED 2 DAYS @ 75°F
    Adhesive Tensile Lap Shear [GBS]: 2,500 psi @ 0.010" bondline
    Dielectric Strength: 440 volts/mils
    Gap Fill: Excellent
    Impact Resistance: 6.5 ft.lb./in(2)
    Service Temperature: -40°F to 200°F
    Shore Hardness: 80 Shore D
    Solids by Volume: 100
    Specific Volume: 23.7 in[3]/lb.
    Tensile Elongation: 1%
    Tpeel: 2-3 pli

    UNCURED
    Color: Opaque
    Fixture Time: 10-15 min. @ 72°F
    Full Cure: 12 hrs.
    Functional Cure: 3/4-1 hr. @ 72°F
    Mix Ratio by Volume: 1:1
    Mix Ratio by Weight: 1:1
    Mixed Density: 9.75 lbs/gal.: 1.17 gm/cc
    Mixed Viscosity: Gel
    Working Time: 4-7 min. [28 gm @ 72°F]

    Tests Conducted:

    • Adhesive Tensile Shear ASTM D 1002
    • Cured Density ASTM D 792
    • Dielectric Strength, volts/mil ASTM D 149
    • Compressive Strength ASTM D 695
    • Cured Hardness Shore D ASTM D 2240

    Product Details

    Fast-curing, thixotropic, non-migrating adhesive designed for filling gaps and bonding rough or smooth surfaces, including metal, ceramic and wood. Disappearing blue coloring tells you when the product is thrououghly mixed for easy use!
  • High tensile strength (2,500 psi)
  • Fills gaps to .250 inches
  • Good solvent resistance to gas, oil and other solvents
  • Non sag makes it ideal for use on vertical surfaces
  • Excellent gap filling qualities without tremendous shrinkage
  • Fast curing for bond tags on machinery and equipment
  • Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    25 mL
    Shipping Weight
    0.2 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Color Family
    Clear
    Manufacturer P/N
    14240
    Schedule B Code
    1301.90.0190
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    7 x 2 x 2 inches
    NSN
    8040-01-667-0270
    Size
    25 mL Dual Syringe Tube
    Color
    Clear

    Other Part Numbers

    Hartzell PN/Spec#
    A-6741-215

    Use Instructions

    Surface Preparation

    Clean surface by solvent-wiping any deposits of heavy grease, oil, dirt, or other contaminants. Surface can also be cleaned with industrial cleaning equipment such as vapor phase degreasers or hot aqueous baths. If working with metal, abrade or roughen the surface to significantly increase the microscopic bond area and increase the bond strength.

    Mixing Instructions

    Proper homogenous mixing of resin and hardener is essential for the curing and development of stated strengths.

    25 ML DEV-TUBE

    1. Squeeze material into a small container the size of an ashtray.
    2. Using mixing stick included on Dev-tube handle, vigorously mix components for one (1) minute.
    3. Immediately apply to substrate.

    50 ML/400ML/490 ML CARTRIDGES

    1. Attach cartridge to Mark V™ [50ml] 400ml manual or pneumatic dispensing systems.
    2. Open tip.
    3. Burp cartridge by squeezing out some material until both sides are uniform (ensures no air bubbles are present during mixing).
    4. Attach mix nozzle to end of cartridge.
    5. Apply to substrate.
    Application Instructions

    1. Apply mixed epoxy directly to one surface in an even film or as a bead.
    2. Assemble with mating part within recommended working time.
    3. Apply firm pressure between mating parts to minimize any gap and ensure good contact (a small fillet of epoxy should flow out the edges to display adequate gap fill.)

    For very large gaps:

    1. Apply epoxy to both surfaces
    2. Spread to cover entire area OR make a bead pattern to allow flow throughout the joint

    Let bonded assemblies stand for recommended functional cure time prior to handling.

    Capabilities

    Can withstand processing forces. Do not drop, shock load, or heavily load

    Store in a cool, dry place.

    Chemical Resistance

    Chemical resistance is calculated with a 7 day, room temp. cure (30 days immersion) @ 75°F)

    Acetic (Dilute) 10%: Poor
    Acetone: Poor
    Ammonia: Poor
    Corn Oil: Excellent
    Cutting Oil: Excellent
    Ethanol: Poor
    Gasoline (Unleaded): Excellent
    Glycols/Antifreeze: Fair
    Hydrochloric 10%: Poor
    Isopropanol: Poor
    Kerosene: Excellent
    Methyl Ethyl Ketone: Poor
    Mineral Spirits: Excellent
    Motor Oil: Excellent
    Sodium Hydroxide 10%: Poor
    Sulfuric 10%: Poor

    Technical Data

    Technical data should be considered representative or typical only and should not be used for specification purposes.

    CURED 2 DAYS @ 75°F
    Adhesive Tensile Lap Shear [GBS]: 2,500 psi @ 0.010" bondline
    Dielectric Strength: 440 volts/mils
    Gap Fill: Excellent
    Impact Resistance: 6.5 ft.lb./in(2)
    Service Temperature: -40°F to 200°F
    Shore Hardness: 80 Shore D
    Solids by Volume: 100
    Specific Volume: 23.7 in[3]/lb.
    Tensile Elongation: 1%
    Tpeel: 2-3 pli

    UNCURED
    Color: Opaque
    Fixture Time: 10-15 min. @ 72°F
    Full Cure: 12 hrs.
    Functional Cure: 3/4-1 hr. @ 72°F
    Mix Ratio by Volume: 1:1
    Mix Ratio by Weight: 1:1
    Mixed Density: 9.75 lbs/gal.: 1.17 gm/cc
    Mixed Viscosity: Gel
    Working Time: 4-7 min. [28 gm @ 72°F]

    Tests Conducted:

    • Adhesive Tensile Shear ASTM D 1002
    • Cured Density ASTM D 792
    • Dielectric Strength, volts/mil ASTM D 149
    • Compressive Strength ASTM D 695
    • Cured Hardness Shore D ASTM D 2240

    Downloads

    Fast-curing, thixotropic, non-migrating adhesive designed for filling gaps and bonding rough or smooth surfaces, including metal, ceramic and wood. Disappearing blue coloring tells you when the product is thrououghly mixed for easy use!
  • High tensile strength (2,500 psi)
  • Fills gaps to .250 inches
  • Good solvent resistance to gas, oil and other solvents
  • Non sag makes it ideal for use on vertical surfaces
  • Excellent gap filling qualities without tremendous shrinkage
  • Fast curing for bond tags on machinery and equipment
  • Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    25 mL
    Shipping Weight
    0.2 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Color Family
    Clear
    Manufacturer P/N
    14240
    Schedule B Code
    1301.90.0190
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    7 x 2 x 2 inches
    NSN
    8040-01-667-0270
    Size
    25 mL Dual Syringe Tube
    Color
    Clear

    Other Part Numbers

    Hartzell PN/Spec#
    A-6741-215

    Use Instructions

    Surface Preparation

    Clean surface by solvent-wiping any deposits of heavy grease, oil, dirt, or other contaminants. Surface can also be cleaned with industrial cleaning equipment such as vapor phase degreasers or hot aqueous baths. If working with metal, abrade or roughen the surface to significantly increase the microscopic bond area and increase the bond strength.

    Mixing Instructions

    Proper homogenous mixing of resin and hardener is essential for the curing and development of stated strengths.

    25 ML DEV-TUBE

    1. Squeeze material into a small container the size of an ashtray.
    2. Using mixing stick included on Dev-tube handle, vigorously mix components for one (1) minute.
    3. Immediately apply to substrate.

    50 ML/400ML/490 ML CARTRIDGES

    1. Attach cartridge to Mark V™ [50ml] 400ml manual or pneumatic dispensing systems.
    2. Open tip.
    3. Burp cartridge by squeezing out some material until both sides are uniform (ensures no air bubbles are present during mixing).
    4. Attach mix nozzle to end of cartridge.
    5. Apply to substrate.
    Application Instructions

    1. Apply mixed epoxy directly to one surface in an even film or as a bead.
    2. Assemble with mating part within recommended working time.
    3. Apply firm pressure between mating parts to minimize any gap and ensure good contact (a small fillet of epoxy should flow out the edges to display adequate gap fill.)

    For very large gaps:

    1. Apply epoxy to both surfaces
    2. Spread to cover entire area OR make a bead pattern to allow flow throughout the joint

    Let bonded assemblies stand for recommended functional cure time prior to handling.

    Capabilities

    Can withstand processing forces. Do not drop, shock load, or heavily load

    Store in a cool, dry place.

    Chemical Resistance

    Chemical resistance is calculated with a 7 day, room temp. cure (30 days immersion) @ 75°F)

    Acetic (Dilute) 10%: Poor
    Acetone: Poor
    Ammonia: Poor
    Corn Oil: Excellent
    Cutting Oil: Excellent
    Ethanol: Poor
    Gasoline (Unleaded): Excellent
    Glycols/Antifreeze: Fair
    Hydrochloric 10%: Poor
    Isopropanol: Poor
    Kerosene: Excellent
    Methyl Ethyl Ketone: Poor
    Mineral Spirits: Excellent
    Motor Oil: Excellent
    Sodium Hydroxide 10%: Poor
    Sulfuric 10%: Poor

    Technical Data

    Technical data should be considered representative or typical only and should not be used for specification purposes.

    CURED 2 DAYS @ 75°F
    Adhesive Tensile Lap Shear [GBS]: 2,500 psi @ 0.010" bondline
    Dielectric Strength: 440 volts/mils
    Gap Fill: Excellent
    Impact Resistance: 6.5 ft.lb./in(2)
    Service Temperature: -40°F to 200°F
    Shore Hardness: 80 Shore D
    Solids by Volume: 100
    Specific Volume: 23.7 in[3]/lb.
    Tensile Elongation: 1%
    Tpeel: 2-3 pli

    UNCURED
    Color: Opaque
    Fixture Time: 10-15 min. @ 72°F
    Full Cure: 12 hrs.
    Functional Cure: 3/4-1 hr. @ 72°F
    Mix Ratio by Volume: 1:1
    Mix Ratio by Weight: 1:1
    Mixed Density: 9.75 lbs/gal.: 1.17 gm/cc
    Mixed Viscosity: Gel
    Working Time: 4-7 min. [28 gm @ 72°F]

    Tests Conducted:

    • Adhesive Tensile Shear ASTM D 1002
    • Cured Density ASTM D 792
    • Dielectric Strength, volts/mil ASTM D 149
    • Compressive Strength ASTM D 695
    • Cured Hardness Shore D ASTM D 2240