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3M Panel Bond Adhesive – 200ml

  • Bonding adhesive
  • Excellent shelf life
  • High performance
  • Two component epoxy adhesive
  • Bond a variety of metals, SMC and fibreglass
  • Corrosion inhibitors
  • Can be spot welded through or used in conjunction with rivet bonds
  • Heat accelerated curing

3M Panel Bond Adhesive is a bonding adhesive with an excellent shelf life, opened or unopened. It is a two-part epoxy used to bond steel, aluminium, SMC, and FRP (traditional fiberglass). The primary use of 3M Panel Bond Adhesive is to replace quarter panels, roofs, box sides, van sides, utility vehicle sides and door skins.

High Performance 3M Panel Bond Adhesive

Seal and bond in just one process with 3M Panel Bonding Adhesive. This innovative, high performance and cost effective adhesive bonds steel, aluminium, SMC and FRP (traditional fibreglass) during replacement of quarter panels, roofs, box sides, van sides, utility vehicle sides and door skins.

It can be spot welded through, or used in conjunction with, rivet bonds. In certain conditions, you can use it for bumper cover repair.

This product is not intended to bond structural components of a vehicle such as pillars, rockers or frame members. If doubt exists as to whether a particular component is structural, then that component should be welded.

It is recommended that the adhesive should be applied using a 3M Manual Gun 08117 or 3M Pneumatic Gun 09930.

3M

3M are known across the globe for their innovation in manufacturing everything from ultra-strong abrasives and tapes, through to cutting compounds and sealants.  3M’s goal is to keep your manufacturing processes running smoothly, through the use of futuristic materials that literally lighten your workload.

At a glance

  • Bonding adhesive
  • Excellent shelf life
  • High performance
  • Two component epoxy adhesive
  • Bond a variety of metals, SMC and fibreglass
  • Corrosion inhibitors
  • Can be spot welded through or used in conjunction with rivet bonds
  • Heat accelerated curing

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