Cold glue is perfect for gluing brake linings and Teclite bearings.
Cold glue is a grey paste-like epoxy glue, which offers extreme resistance to chemicals and high temperatures. This epoxy glue is also capable of filling gaps of up to 5 mm.
Our cold glue is an excellent alternative for Loctite 9492.
Suitable for gluing: Ferrous metals, aluminium, copper, zinc and zinc-galvanised products
fibre-reinforced plastics, thermoharders, ceramic materials and wood.
Characteristics of cold glue:
Excellent resistance to chemicals, heat and water
Specific weight: 1.6 g/cm³
Shear strength: 17 N/mm²
Peel strength: 3 N/mm
Viscosity: thixotropic (suitable for filling gaps up to 5 mm)
Open time: 110 minutes
Temperature resistance: -60°C to +140°C
Minimum hardening time (at 23 °C) for initial strength of 1 N/mm² on aluminium: 5 hours
To ensure that the rivets DIN 7338B of nuts and bolts and bolts are correctly fastened, a countersunk hole must first be drilled in the brake lining. This calls for the use of a special countersink drill bit.
To correctly attach the rivets, you will require a special rivet tool!
Cold gluing can be used for:
- Brake shoes
- Brake strips
- Friction strips
- Brake plates
- General brake applications