3M™ Polyurethane Adhesive Sealant 560

  • Panel Bonding Adhesive
  • Very High Strength
  • Smoke and Flame Rated, 50 minute skin time
  • Good UV resistance
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Adhesive Type
Polyurethane
Application Method
Hand or pressure caulk
Brand
3M™
Consumer Label
No
Cure Time
24 Hours
Full Cure Time
>4 mm/24 hr
Hardness
55 Shore A
Industries
Construction, General Industrial, Transportation
Modulus at 100%
145 Pound-Force Per Square Inch
Physical Form
Medium paste
Product Form
Sausage
Solids Weight Percent (Approximate)
90 Percent
Units per Case
12
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)
56 Grams Per Litre
Product Details
  • Panel Bonding Adhesive
  • Very High Strength
  • Smoke and Flame Rated, 50 minute skin time
  • Good UV resistance
  • One component, moisture-curing sealant simplifies production
  • Bonds dissimilar materials for increased design flexibility
  • Gap filling capability
  • Features mid-range Shore A hardness

Use 3M™ Polyurethane Adhesive Sealant 560 to bond numerous materials together, including plastics, FRP, SMC, aluminium, steel, coated metal, and wood. Our very strong adhesive is ideal in circumstances where additional bonding and holding strength is required, including panel bonding and much more.

Engineered for high performance, 3M™ Polyurethane Adhesive Sealant 560 is a single-component, moisture-curing polyurethane sealant used to bond a wide variety of materials, including plastics, fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP), sheet molding compound (SMC), aluminum, steel, coated metal and wood. It exhibits high tensile strength, good UV resistance, mid-range Shore A Hardness and high modulus in a wide variety of extreme service environments. Available in cartridge, sausage pack and drum volumes to meet your application needs. 3M™ Polyurethane Adhesive Sealant 560 offers an alternative to mechanical fasteners and can replace rivets in some applications. It will bond dissimilar substrates and a wide selection of materials. This adhesive will perform in temperatures ranging from -40°C to 90°C. Once skin forms (50-60 minutes), the sealant can be painted to improve the final finish.