X60 superglue, consisting of methylmetacrylate, is the first choice for typical experimental applications in strain gauge installation. It can be used on porous materials (concrete, cast-iron, wood, ceramics, among others) and also on smooth surfaces. X60 can even be used at very low, cryogenic temperatures up to -200°C.
The adhesive consists of two components, which makes it very easy to use in a practical setting: Component A is in the form of a powder that is added with a measuring spoon (included). Component B, a liquid, is measured simply by counting drops. The adhesive is mixed in the accompanying container, which makes it easy to adjust its consistency.
- Cold curing superglue: Cures within a few minutes
- 2 minutes at 35°C/95°F
- 10 minutes at 20°C/68°F
- 60 minutes at 0°C/32°F)
- Consists of two components (powder, liquid)
- Even for very low temperatures down to -200 °C
- Component A (100 gr.)
- Component B (2 x 40 gr.)
- Cell foil
- Mixing cup
Now with an enhanced formula, without dicyclohexyl phthalate (CAS 84-61-7)
The new formula no longer allows the product to be subsequently removed using solvents, and the curing time will be a few minutes longer