Plexus MA320 490ml cartridge

Plexus® MA320 Alternatives

MA320 is a two-part methacrylate adhesive designed for structural bonding of thermoplastic, metal, and composite assemblies1. Combined at a 10:1 ratio, MA320 is an excellent choice for composite bonding applications in the transportation, marine, wind energy, and engineering construction industries because of its high strength and durability. Additionally, it generally requires minimal surface preparation.

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Plexus MA320 490ml cartridge
Plexus® MA320 Methacrylate Adhesive
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ASI MP 55320 High Performance Methacrylate (MMA)
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Type Methacrylate (MMA) Methacrylate (MMA) Methacrylate (MMA)
Brand Plexus Infinity Bond Adhesive Systems, Inc.
Mix Ratio 10:110:110:1
Work Life 8 - 12 minutes8 - 15 minutes8 - 12 minutes
Handling Strength 25 - 30 minutes18 - 25 minutes25 - 30 minutes
Color Off-WhiteOff-WhiteOff-White
Size 490ml50ml
Shelf Life 10 months12 months6 months

These values are approximate. Manufacturers often use different parameters for determining adhesive properties. Refer to manufacturer data sheets for detailed specifications. If you have questions, don't hesitate to contact us.

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