Internet #303710788

Model # 50133H

Store SKU #1002913059

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0.85 oz. Plastic Bonder

  • 1:1 mix ratio, 2-part polyurethane w/ resealable cap
  • 15 min. set time & 30 min; cure; tensile strength of 3770 PSI
  • Carbon fiber composites, thermoplastics, plastics & fiberglass
$ 6 98

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Product Overview

  • 1:1 mix ratio, 2-part polyurethane w/ resealable cap
  • 15 min. set time & 30 min; cure; tensile strength of 3770 PSI
  • Carbon fiber composites, thermoplastics, plastics & fiberglass
Plastic Bonder is a quick-setting, two-part, urethane adhesive system that provides strong and lasting repairs and works on thermoset, carbon fiber composites, thermoplastics, coated metals, concrete and more. Plastic Bonder has a 1:1 mixing ratio, sets in 15 minutes and can be sanded after 30 minutes. With a tensile strength of 3770 PSI, Plastic Bonder sets to a tan color and cures to a hard, permanent bond.
  • Great for filling dents
  • Great for bumpers
  • Great for automotive trim
  • Great for composite panels
  • Great for interior and exterior plastic parts
  • Great for fiberglass
  • Cure color tan
  • Cure time 30 min.
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

  • 1:1 mix ratio, 2-part polyurethane w/ resealable cap
  • 15 min. set time & 30 min; cure; tensile strength of 3770 PSI
  • Carbon fiber composites, thermoplastics, plastics & fiberglass
Model #: 50133H
Sku #: 1002913059
Internet #: 303710788

Plastic Bonder is a quick-setting, two-part, urethane adhesive system that provides strong and lasting repairs and works on thermoset, carbon fiber composites, thermoplastics, coated metals, concrete and more. Plastic Bonder has a 1:1 mixing ratio, sets in 15 minutes and can be sanded after 30 minutes. With a tensile strength of 3770 PSI, Plastic Bonder sets to a tan color and cures to a hard, permanent bond.

  • Great for filling dents
  • Great for bumpers
  • Great for automotive trim
  • Great for composite panels
  • Great for interior and exterior plastic parts
  • Great for fiberglass
  • Cure color tan
  • Cure time 30 min.
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.25 in
Product Height (in.)
8.75 in
Product Size (oz.)
.85
Product Width (in.)
4.38 in

Details

Adhesion level
High
Adhesive Product Type
Glue/Epoxy
Curing time (hours)
2
Dry Color
Brown
Epoxy Accessory Type
Syringe
Features
Moisture Resistant,Solvent Resistant
Formula
2 Part
Glue/Epoxy Type
Concrete Epoxy,Metal Epoxy,Plastic Epoxy
Interior/Exterior
Interior/Exterior
Package Quantity
1
Product Form
Gel
Product Weight (oz.)
.1 oz
Recommended Surfaces
Brick,Ceramic,Metal,Plastic
Set Time (Min.)
15
Usage Location
Automotive

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
N/A

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.25 in
Product Height (in.)
8.75 in
Product Size (oz.)
.85
Product Width (in.)
4.38 in

Details

Adhesion level
High
Adhesive Product Type
Glue/Epoxy
Curing time (hours)
2
Dry Color
Brown
Epoxy Accessory Type
Syringe
Features
Moisture Resistant,Solvent Resistant
Formula
2 Part
Glue/Epoxy Type
Concrete Epoxy,Metal Epoxy,Plastic Epoxy
Interior/Exterior
Interior/Exterior
Package Quantity
1
Product Form
Gel
Product Weight (oz.)
.1 oz
Recommended Surfaces
Brick,Ceramic,Metal,Plastic
Set Time (Min.)
15
Usage Location
Automotive

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
N/A

Questions & Answers

Will the adhesive take torque after it has cured?

Will the adhesive take torque after it has cured?
Asked by: Conradical
it seems quite strong
Answered by: pen
Date published: 2019-07-30

It is somewhat thick so it won't tend to drip and run too much?

It is somewhat thick so it won't tend to drip and run too much?
Asked by: WCarp
after mixing it did start to solidify. There was no dripping and it sealed quickly.
Answered by: marylee
Date published: 2019-10-29

Can this be used to repair crack in polybicarbonate hardshell suitcase?

Asked by: Tony
It would probably work but might bubble above the surface--and it turns kind of cream-colored so it might look strange. I would apply super thin coats and let them dry before the next one to improve on the raised surface.
Answered by: Zee
Date published: 2019-04-23

Why does this stuff never actually dry but stays a sticky goo? It seems like a lot of people are ...

Why does this stuff never actually dry but stays a sticky goo? It seems like a lot of people are having this problem.
Asked by: Secretgman
I don't get this problem that often for the amount we sell but if it is gooey there are 5 things that could have happened. First is the most common which is not a thorough mixing of the 2 parts. product is old and out of date, product was stored in an area that was below freezing after it was manufactured, contaminated during mixing, and lastly a defective product on our end. Kindly send me your address if in the US, and I will have fresh product sent to you at no charge. Send to: chris@jbweld.com
Answered by: J-B Weld Customer Service
Date published: 2020-10-19
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