- Quantity: 22 lb Carton
- Industry: General Purpose
- Options: 1/2", 5/8"
- Color: Clear
Ad Tech 236 Hot Melt Overview
Ad Tech 236 hot melt sticks are a universal high temperature hot melt capable of bonding many substrates but are particularly good ad bonding wood, plastics and metal. The Ad Tech 236 is a direct replacement for the discontinued Ad Tech 271. These glue sticks have a medium/long open time of 50 seconds and should be applied between 350-410°F.
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Ad Tech 236 Glue Sticks Per Carton
- 22 lbs of glue stick size 1/2" x 10" is approximately 396 glue sticks
- Softening point: 182°F (83°C)
- Viscosity @ 350°F (176°C), Centipoise: 12,000
- Specific gravity: 0.98
- Shear tensile strength on pine, psi: 377
- Adhesive tensile on pine, psi: 235
- Adhesive tensile on steel, psi: 429
- Adhesive tensile on polycarbonate, psi: 97
- Hardness @ 72°F (25°C)
- Heat resistance: 145°F (63°C)
- Open time (approx.), seconds: 35-45
Ad Tech 236 Technical Data Sheet (TDS)
Ad Tech 236 Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
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Compare with Similar Products
|Type||Hot Melt Glue Stick||Hot Melt Glue Stick|
|Brand||Ad Tech||Infinity Bond|
|Application Temperature||350°F||350 F|
|Softening Point||182°F||195 F|
|Viscosity||12,000 cps||10,500 cps|
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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.