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Macalloy Method Statement FOR Sealing of Lock Covers on the MACALLOY 460/520 System

Macalloy Method Statement FOR Sealing of Lock Covers on the MACALLOY 460/520 System
Macalloy Method Statement FOR Sealing of Lock Covers on the MACALLOY 460/520 System
Macalloy Method Statement FOR Sealing of Lock Covers on the MACALLOY 460/520 System
METHOD STATEMENT FOR SEALING OF LOCK COVERS ON THE MACALLOY460/520 & S460/S520 SYSTEM Rev (1)

METHOD STATEMENT FOR SEALING OF LOCK COVERS ON THE MACALLOY460/520 & S460/S520 SYSTEM

Rev (1) - 11.12.2013

1. The following method statement describes a method of sealing the gap between bar and lock cover in

order to reduce corrosion and “bleeding” of corrosion products. It is recommended that this be done using Loctite 5068, Terostat-MS 939 or Bondloc MS58 (see Appendices A, B and C respectively).

2. The joint should be made up and installed as normal except that the inside of the lock cover should be

cleaned, and prior to threading the lock cover back to the fitting, any grease should be removed from the bar, using Loctite 7063 or a similar proprietary cleaner.

3. With the lock cover in place the “open” end of the lock cover should be taped over. It is recommended that this is done using a PTFE tape which is then overlaid with a stiffer tape. The sealant is then injected into the hole in the side of the lock cover, using a “skeleton gun”, until the void is completely filled.

a “skeleton gun”, until the void is complet ely filled. Note: All standard lock covers are

Note: All standard lock covers are supplied with injection holes.

4. The tape should be removed immediately from the end of the lock cover (or shortly after applying the

sealant.)

5. Any excess sealant should be removed from the end of the lock cover and around the injection hole, and

the sealant tooled to produce a fillet.

6. The sealant should be left to cure and if necessary any further tidying up can then be carried out.

Note: A safety and data sheet should be supplied with the sealant. This should be read before use and be complied with.

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APPENDIX A 1. Loctite 5062/5063/5064 Low modulus, grades for joint sealing. Temperature range – 50

APPENDIX A

1. Loctite 5062/5063/5064

Low modulus, grades for joint sealing. Temperature range 50 to100 °C with brief excursions up to 120 °C. (5062 black, 5063 grey, 5064 white) Typical Applications include:

seam and joint sealing in vehicle bodies, railway carriages and ductwork.

2. Loctite 5065/5066/5068

Medium modulus grades for bonding and sealing. Temperature range 40 to

100

°C, with brief excursions up to

120

° C. (5065 black, 5066 dark

grey, 5068 white)

TECHNICAL SUMMARY

LOCTITE DATA SHEET

Typical Application include:

bonding/sealing ventilation and air conditioning equipment as well as bonding vehicle side panels and roof skins.

3. Loctite 5069 High modulus, high strength adhesive/ sealant. Temperature range 40 to 100 °C, with brief excursions up to 120 °C. Available in black only. Typical Applications include:

flexible bonding of metal or painted substrates. (All products are supplied in 310 ml cartridge)

Product Number

Loctite 5062/5063/5064

Loctite 5065/5066/5068

Loctite 5069

Bonding

No

Yes

Yes

Sealing

Yes

Yes

Yes

Paintable

Yes

Yes

Yes

UV Resistance

Excellent

Excellent

Excellent

Consistency

Paste

Paste

Paste

Temperature range °C

50 to 100

40 to 100

40 to 100

Tensile Strength (N/mm2)

0.91

3.01

3.51

Hardness Shore A

27

60

50

Elongation to break

300

%

250

%1

190

%1

Skin formation time

10 to 20 mins 2

10 20 mins 2

10 20 mins 2

Cure rate

4 mm/24 h 2

3 mm/24 h 2

3,5 mm/24 h 2

E Modulus (MPa) (E10)

0,1

0,3

0,4

Shelf life (months)

12

12

12

Colour

Black /Grey / White

Black / DarkGrey / White

Black

Package sizes

310

ml cartridge

310

ml cartridge

310

ml cartridge

1 DIN 53504 Note: This guide is for initial product selection only. Please contact your local Loctite 2 DIN 50014 standard climate: 23°C, 50% relative air humidity Technical Support Group for assistance and recommendations on specifications for these products.

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APPENDIX B TEROSTAT DATA SHEET Terostat-MS 939 is a gun-grade, one component adhesive/sealant based on

APPENDIX B

TEROSTAT DATA SHEET

Terostat-MS 939 is a gun-grade, one component adhesive/sealant based on silane-modified polymer, which cures by reaction with moisture to an elastic product. The skin formation and curing times are dependent on humidity and temperature, and the curing time also depends on joint depth. By increasing the temperature and the moisture, these times can be reduced; low temperature as well as low moisture retards the process.

Terostat-MS 939 is particularly sag-resistant leading to a high position tack after matching of the parts to be bonded.

Terostat-MS 939 is free of solvents, isocyanates, silicones and PVC and is

odourless. It demonstrates good adhesion without primer to many substrates and is compatible with suitable paint systems.

The adhesive/sealant also demonstrates good UV resistance and can therefore be used for interior and exterior applications.

Terostat-MS 939 demonstrates the strength necessary for elastic bonding. This property of the product also remains at temperatures in repair ovens (max.110 o C). Terostat-MS939 shows no shrinkage, and therefore dimpling, tension stress and an unattractive appearance are not observed under these conditions.

Technical Data

Colour

White, off-white, grey, black

Odour

Odourless

Consistency

Paste

Density

Ca. 1.5 g/cm 3

Solids

100%

Curing mechanism

Humidity curing

Sag resistance DIN 52454 profile U10

<2 mm

Skin formation time (DIN 50014 standard climate 23 o C, 50% rh)

10-15 mins.

Cure Rate (DIN 50014 standard climate)

3 mm/24h

Shore-A-hardness (DIN 53505)

60

Tensile strength (DIN 53504)

3.0

MPa

Elongation to break (DIN 53504)

250 %

Stress at 100% elongation (DIN 53504)

1.6

MPa

Volume change (DIN 52451)

<2%

Application temperature

5 o C to 40 o C

Paint compatibility

In principle compatible

In service temperature range

-40 o C to 100 o C

Short exposure (up to 1h)

120

o C

Adhesion Good adhesion to sheet metal (in degreased raw, phosphated, electro-galvanised and hot-dip galvanised, chromium treated or top-coat painted condition); stainless steel, brass, aluminium (untreated, anodised or painted); glass; PA, PVC, PUR-RIM; polyester, EPDM, most thermoplastic blends (trials recommended).

Application

Prior to application it is necessary to read the Safety data sheet for information about precautionary measures and safety recommendations. The substrates must be clean, dry, oil and grease free. For cleaning, cleaner A, cleaner-D, cleaner-FL from Teroson are suitable.

Application from 570ml plastic wallets is made with corresponding FK-Hand or FK-Air pressure pistols. In the case of compressed air application a pressure of 2-5bar is required. Low material temperatures of the

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sealant will lead to an increase of viscosity, resulting in a lower extrusion rate. This

sealant will lead to an increase of viscosity, resulting in a lower extrusion rate. This can be avoided by bring the sealant up to room temperature prior to application. If substrates are too cold, temperature may fall below dew point causing condensation. This can be avoided by bringing the substrates up to room temperature in time.

After application, Terostat-MS 939 can be smoothed with soapy water. Where joint edges have been masked, the surface can be smoothed by using a spatula. Equipment contaminated with uncured Terostat- MS 939 may be cleaned using cleaner D.

Painting properties When using metallic coatings Terostat-MS 939 must be overpainted wet on wet for optimum adhesion. In the case of uni-paints a time limit before painting up to three days after sealant application is possible. These data are valid for 2K-Acrylic paints. With Alkyd systems drying can slow down (trials are recommended). Curing is slightly retarded by the paint layer but not hindered.

Storage Frost sensitive Recommended storage temperature Shelf-life

no. 10 o C to 25 o C 12 months in original packaging

Packaging

Plastic wallet

570 ml.

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Germany:

Henkel Teroson GmbH D-69112 Heidelberg

Telefon (06221) 704-0 Telefax (06221) 704-698

Telex

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APPENDIX C BONDLOC MS58 DATA SHEET Product Description Bondloc MS58 is a single component, high

APPENDIX C

BONDLOC MS58 DATA SHEET

Product Description Bondloc MS58 is a single component, high modulus, moisture curing polyurethane adhesive/ sealant.

Typical uses Bondloc MS58 is a high quality adhesive/sealant suitable for making permanent elastic seals of high strength. Bondloc MS58 offers excellent primerless adhesion to most common materials such as anodised aluminium, wood, concrete, stone, among others.

Benefits

- Does not contain isocyanate

- High elasticity

- Clean

- Bonds well to wide variety of substrates

Methods of application Manual application:

- High Modulus - Good weathering - Low odour

- Ensure surfaces/joints to be bonded and/ or sealed are clean and free from grease, dust and any other contamination.

- For best results clean with Bondloc cleaner

- Where applicable prefill joints with a cross-linked polyethylene foam to give the required joint depth.

- For maximum bond strength prime surfaces with Bondloc universal primer.

- Pierce metal seal on the tip of the cartridge and screw on nozzle.

- Cut nozzle to desired size, cutting at an angle of 45 o .

- Insert cartridge into gun and press out the metal seal at the base of the cartridge.

- Apply the material at the desired rate.

- Smooth the surface of the joint with a spatula or similar tool dipped in water that contains a little detergent.

- Allow to cure.

Automatic application

- Bondloc MS58 can be applied via semi and fully automatic machinery. Please contact our technical department for further details.

Typical coverage rates Estimated linear metres per 310 ml cartridge

   

Width(mm)

 

Depth(mm)

3

6

8

10

12

15

20

25

3

34.4

             

6

 

8.6

6.5

5.2

4.3

     

8

   

4.8

3.9

3.2

2.6

   

10

     

3.1

2.6

2.1

1.6

 

12

       

2.2

1.7

1.3

1

Packaging Bondloc MS58 is available in 310 ml cartridges.

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Typical adhesive characteristics Chemical base Moisture curing elastomeric Colour Black, White, Grey, Clear

Typical adhesive characteristics

Chemical base

Moisture curing elastomeric

Colour

Black, White, Grey, Clear

Specific gravity

1.22

Shrinkage (DIN 52451)

6% approximately

Shore A hardness

58

Elongation at break (ASTM D412)

>300%

Modulus at break (ISO 8339)

0.7MPa

Staining

None

Lap shear resistance

1.2Mpa

Recovery

45

Curing speed at 23 o C and 50% rh

4mm per 24 hours

Skin formation

Approximately 30 minutes

Storage Bondloc MS58 when stored in a dry area between 5 o C and 25 o C will have a shelf life of 9 months.

Health and Safety This Technical Information sheet does not constitute a Material Safety Data Sheet. Before using Bondloc MS58 ensure that you have both received and have read carefully the Material Safety Data Sheet for Bondloc MS58 Polyurethane sealant (MSGC Bondloc MS58).

Information presented on this sheet is not intended as a formal specification and should be used as a guideline only. Every endeavour has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained herein, but customers should conduct their own tests to confirm to themselves the suitability of the product. Therefore Bondloc UK Ltd cannot accept any loss or damage that may result from the use of this information.

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