Our high strength adhesive can be used to bond heavy materials in as quickly as 20 minutes! Achieving such a strong bond in such a short time is no easy feat, but what’s more impressive is in how long the product lasts.
Based on Soudal’s SMX Hybrid Polymer Technology
Super fast, high-strength adhesive performance on almost all materials
Capable of achieving up to 90% of final bond strength in 20 minutes
Retains elasticity to accommodate any movements
Tested to BRL 3107 construction adhesive specifications
Extremely durable and water-, weather-, and chemical-resistant
Super fast: can achieve 90% of final bond strength after 20 minutes
Still manipulable in the first 10 minutes
Extremely durable, high strength bond with superb resistance
Heavy-duty adhesive with excellent adhesion to most substrates
Retains flexibility and elasticity to accommodate movements
Bonds onto humid surfaces, even underwater!
Excellent resistance to weather and UV
Virtually no smell
Free of isocyanates, solvents, halogens and acids
Harmless to health and to the environment
Fast curing without the need of a primer
Has KOMO certificate for Construction Adhesive in accordance to BRL 3107
Good resistance to water, aliphatic solvents, hydrocarbons, ketones, esters, alcohols, diluted mineral acids and alkalis and (salt) water. Poor resistance to aromatic solvents, concentrated acids and chlorinated hydrocarbons.
Any bonding application in construction or industrial applications
Also suitable for sealing applications where a high modulus, high hardness sealant is preferred
Heavy-duty adhesive applications
Any bonding requiring super-fast adhesive performance
Sign-making, automotive, marine, and industrial applications
Bonding of security and safety glass.
Bonding in car bodies, caravans, containers, and other vehicles
Stone, Concrete, Marble, Granite, Limestone, Travertine, Cork, Rockwool, Gypsum board, Polystyrene, Glass, Mirror, Porcelain, Tiles, Brickwork, Steel, Stainless steel, Lead, Zinc, Copper, Aluminium, PVC, Polycarbonate, Wood, Timber, Plywood, MDF, Plasterboard, Fibreglass, and many more. Not suitable for PE, PP, and PTFE.