- Suitable for use in all seasons from -5 to + 30 ° C
- Excellent gluing properties
- Low curing pressure
- For indoor and outdoor use
ISO BOND is suitable for various construction work inside and outside. Usable all year round for good results at temperatures from -5°C to +30°C. Iso Bond has excellent adhesive and thermal insulation properties, low curing pressure and low post curing expansion. Iso Bond adheres well to most materials such as polystyrene, plasterboard, wood, concrete, stone, metal and PVC.
Iso Bond is ideal for:
Before use, read and follow the instructions on the label.
Processing temperature: -5°C to +30°C (best results at 20°C).
Packaging temperature: +5°C to + 25°C (best result at 20°C). If the temperature of the packaging is below 5°C, the packaging should be preheated by means of water or air to a maximum of 30°C.
Surface regulations: Remove dust, grease or other contaminants from the surfaces. If necessary, moisten dry surfaces before using Iso Bond for better results.
Instructions for gluing insulation boards and interior boards: Apply the Iso Bond evenly to the boards parallel to the sides of the board (3-4cm from the edge) and a strip in the middle, parallel to the longest side (up to 25cm between adhesive strips). After applying the Iso Bond, wait 2 to 3 minutes and then press the plate against the wall. The level of the installed plates can be adjusted within 5 minutes. Yield (for 750 ml) when fixing insulation boards is 10 m2 wall area. Iso Bond has sufficient strength to fix insulation boards. Always follow building design, building codes, standards or other relevant guidelines regarding additional mechanical fastening when lining insulation boards with facing materials. The use of insulating support anchors is always recommended. In general, it is not recommended to use this product on bituminous surfaces. In some cases e.g. fixing insulation boards to bitumen-treated foundations before backfilling, Iso Bond has sufficient adhesion. Always test before use.
Window sill fastening: Before attaching the window sill, make sure the substrate is level. Spacers should be used to support the windowsill; Iso Bond can only be used as an adhesive. Apply Iso Bond to the substrate 3-4 cm from the edge. Weights should be used to secure the windowsill until Iso Bond has cured.
Building block bonding: Iso Bond can be used for non-load-bearing interior walls. Consult a sales agent, dealer, or architect about compatibility with different stone-based materials and other technical issues. The first row of blocks must be properly leveled with mortar. The substrate must be moistened because the foam hardens by moisture. A moist surface provides better results. Iso Bond must be applied to both vertical and horizontal surfaces. Wait a few minutes after applying Iso Bond and then press the stone surfaces together.
Iso Bond can only be used if an even load distribution from block to block is guaranteed. Not suitable for distributing or carrying loads.
Application method: Shake the package vigorously for at least 30 seconds. When mounting the processing gun, it is important that the packaging is secured in an upright position. (do not turn the packaging upside down on the gun but turn the gun on the upright packaging). Make sure the gun is not aimed at other people when reassembling. The amount of foam that comes out of the gun can be determined by adjusting the gun trigger on the back of the gun. For best results it is possible, if necessary, to moisten each layer of foam slightly with water.
Cleaning: For removing uncured foam or cleaning the application gun, Pro Part International recommends the use of the Foam & Gun Cleaner (Article number 2075). Cured foam must be removed mechanically.