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    TRS 4004 Cold Vulcanising Adhesive

    FEATURES

    TRS 4004 Cold Vulcanising Adhesive is a Two-Part Poly-chloroprene based rubber cement, that is designed for cold bonding rubber to other materials. It is specifically designed for bonding rubber to metal, fabric or other rubber surfaces but can also be used to bond rubber to a variety of different surfaces.

    TRS 4004 is free from chlorinated solvents.

    TRS 4004 is primarily used for cold splicing or repairing conveyor belts or for the cold bonding of wear and corrosion protection rubber linings and pulley lagging. To achieve ultimate adhesion when bonding with TRS 4004, it is recommended to use products with the Reglin CN Bonding Layer.

    The CN bonding layer and TRS adhesive system is extremely flexible and allows for good bond strength to be achieved in adverse conditions often encountered when the application is occurring on site on operational equipment.

    Technical Information

    Colour Dark Grey
    Shelf Life (Unmixed adhesive) 2 years
    Average Pot Life (Mixed adhesive) 4 hour

    Available Sizes

    STANDARD TIN 750ml (10 tins/carton)
    includes 30g TRS hardener E per tin

    SEE PDF FOR DETAILED INFORMATION ON TEMPERATURE, HARDENER RATIO, DRYING TIMES & APPLICATION DATA

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    Applications

    TRS 4004 Cold Vulcanising Adhesive has been designed primarily for use when bonding rubber to other rubber surfaces or to steel surfaces of equipment.

    It is suitable for use to bond rubber in variety of applications including:

    • Rubber lining
    • Rubber backed ceramic lining
    • Pulley lagging
    • Rubber conveyor belt splicing and repairs
    • Bonding of rubber conveyor belt cleats and sidewalls
    • Variety of bonding applications

    The information contained in this product information sheet is based on our present knowledge and experience. They may be considered only as guidelines as many
    factors can affect processing and application. Users should determine the suitability of the product by means of their own tests for its intended application.