How does threadlocker work?
Threadlocker is a type of anaerobic adhesive. that work under conditions without oxygen (anaerobic) can react only on metal surfaces Used for thread locking of nuts and screws, steel pipes to prevent the loosening of the nut thread. waterproofing and prevent rust The main chemical is Methacrylate. Threadlockers are liquids that change their viscosity when subjected to shaking or shearing (thixotropic properties),
allowing good penetration into the grooves of the metal. After inserting into the gap will begin to solidify Since there is no oxygen in the space between the spirals, it can react, solidify (Thermosetting), transforming into a solid type. Thermoplastic Makes the thread lockable and can use general hand tools to remove the workpiece. Release the glue to loosen.
How to use
1. Clean and dry the work piece to be fixed. Free from water and oil
2. Drop glue on the area to be fixed. Screw the nut onto the thread to be attached.
3. The glue will cure in 15-20 minutes and will completely cure within 24 hours.
Use a hot air blower to blow on the thread to be removed. and then use a tool to remove it.
In case of contact with eyes or touch and lose Immediately rinse with clean water and see a doctor. Should be kept away from children.
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