- Industry: Woodworking
- Options: 1/2"
- Color: Amber Hot Melt
Surebonder 739 Hot Melt Overview
The Surebonder 739 is a high strength adhesive with a long open time. Primarily, Surebonder 739 strongest bonds to wood. The 739 hot melt sticks have great adhesion to metal, plastic, ceramic, coated papers, and other non-porous materials. These hot melt sticks are used in auto body shops for paintless dent repair (PDR).
This high-performance hot melt exhibits excellent resistance to shock at both ambient and low temperatures.
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Surebonder 739 Glue Sticks Per Carton
- 25 lbs of glue stick size 1/2" x 10" is approximately 450 glue sticks
- Softening Point: 185° F
- Working Time: 25-30 Seconds
- Viscosity / Centipoises: 11,250 @ 375°F(191°C)
- Color: Amber
- FDA Food Packaging Approval: #21CFR175.105
- Shape: Varies
- Pounds per case: Varies
- Temperature of Glue Gun: High
- glue sticks
- polymer hydrocarbon blend
Surebonder 739 High Strength Glue Sticks
I'm very happy with the strength and bond of the surebonder. I've been using them for more than 2 years.
739 has worked well for some plastic trim repair on a vehicle and other repairs where I needed strength due to small bond area
definitely a strong hot glue
Glue for Wood Mitre Joints
This hot glue seems to hold mitre joints where other glues have failed. I couldn't break apart the joints after just a short while curing.
I wish there was a zero star to give this glue
I don’t know why this glue is called high strength, it doesn’t even really stick, I do Pdr. This is not a suitable glue.
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|Type||Hot Melt Glue Stick||Hot Melt Glue Stick|
|Softening Point||185° F||-|
|Viscosity||11,250 cps||2,100 cps|
1" X 3"
These values are only approximate. Manufacturers use different parameters for determining adhesive properties, so refer to the manufacturers' data sheets for actual specifications. If you have questions, don't hesitate to contact us.