- Color: Amber
- Bonds: Any difficult to bond surface or substrate
- Available Sizes: 1/2" and 5/8" stick sizes
- Quantity: 25 LB Case
Infinity SuperTAC 11 Hot Melt Glue Stick Overview
Infinity SuperTAC 11 hot melt is an incredibly unique formulation, able to bond many substrates that traditional glue sticks cannot. Great for plastics, metals, ceramic, wood and much more, SuperTAC 11 carries industrial strength for a hot melt adhesive. SuperTAC 11 also offers excellent high heat resistance and great flexibility in low temperatures.
The ability to bond so many different surfaces makes SuperTAC 11 an excellent choice for product assembly, manufacturing, construction and more. This hot melt can often replace polyamide hot melt sticks while offering a significant cost savings.
SuperTAC 11 Important Features
- Applied with high temp glue gun (we recommend an industrial gun with 200 Watts or more)
- Flexible, even at low temperatures
- Great heat resistance
- Medium set-time
- Excellent for any difficult to bond substrate
- Medium viscosity (thickness)
Great for bonding:
- Any difficult to bond substrate
SuperTAC 11 Compares To or Outperforms:
- No Similar Sticks Available
- Can often replace polyamide hot melts like 3M 3748, TEC 7718, Ad Tech 700.
- Application Temperature: 380ºF to 420ºF
- Viscosity @ 350ºF: 4,800 cps
- Softening Point: 300ºF
- Open Time: Fast
- Color: Amber
- Form: 1/2” & 5/8”
- Shelf Life: Indefinite
- candle wicks
Super tac 11
Very good ,melts fast and holds very strong
Product is great it really sticks to almost everything and by almost everything it did not stick to glass, well for a couple days I glued a piece of plexiglass over a broken rear window in my truck it lasted a couple days and then came loose on the very next rain storm. I glued it to the broken pieces stuck to the window frame should have been a good substrate other than that the glue works well
good flexible high adhesion glue
I bought this as a possible cheaper alternative to polyamide hot melt. I haven't done more than some initial testing at this point, but I will share what I have observed. The SuperTAC has a lower melting point than the polyamide and flows more. It does seem to get air bubbles in it and be a little bit foamy which makes it a little bit harder to apply accurately in precise assemblies. It adhears very well to sanded metal and wood (my application) with a flexible bond even at low temperatures. The Polyamide is more rigid and doesn't handle flexing as well. It is very difficult to clean off any squeeze out from the SuperTAC because it adhears so well. The Polyamide can be cleaned off of smooth surfaces by snapping it off. It is nearly impossible to do that with the SuperTAC. The SuperTAC seems to have better adhesion than the Polyamide, but I haven't done any shear tests.
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