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EverStrong ES700 – Spray Grade Contact Adhesive

Spray Grade
Contact Adhesive

EverStrong™ ES700 is a high solids spray grade contact adhesive designed for mass production. It is suitable for permanently bonding a wide range of materials. Water resistant and temperature resistant to over 200°F. Recommended for flat work applications.

Key Features

- Spray Grade
- EverStrong™ Bond Performance
- High Temperature Resistance
- Fast Tack
- Flat work Only

Product Usage

EverStrong™ ES700 is designed to be applied to both surfaces about to be joined. Spray an even coat of adhesive on both surfaces. Allow to tack. Place the surfaces together and apply pressure evenly across the full bonding surface. For best results: Make sure that the surfaces are dry and free from dirt, grease or oil. Ensure that the adhesives and substrates are at 60°F or higher. If assembly is delayed and the adhesive becomes too dry, apply a light coating again.

Storage

Store in clean, dry area away from sparks and heat sources. Recommended to store container off the floor if temperatures below 60°F.

Physical Properties

Appearance: Liquid, clear or red
Base: Synthetic polymers
Solvent: Blend of hydrocarbons & ketones
Solids %: 12 – 15%
Density: 6.7 lb/gal
Flash point: > -50°F
Shelf Life: 12 months (unopened)
Freezing: Not damaged by freezing but return to room temp & stir before use.

Packaging

ES700-005C(R) 5 gal Pail
ES700-055C(R) 55 gal Drum
All available in Clear (C) or Red (R)

Disclaimer of Warranty

NewStar Adhesives Inc. expressly disclaims all warranties either expressed or implied, including but not limited to merchantability, fitness for particular purpose. User is responsible for determining this product is fit for specific purpose and application method and assumes all risk and liability herewith. Manufacturer liability is limited to replacement of product or reimbursement of purchase cost. This provision relates to all sales and cannot be modified.

See MSDS Data Sheet for Proper Handling and Safety Information