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IRIDIUM - Epoxy acrylate adhesive for natural and artificial stone

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IRIDIUM is a styrene monomer epoxy acrylate-based adhesive. It is recommended for bonding artificial and porcelain marbles.

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IRIDIUM - Epoxy acrylate adhesive for natural and artificial stone

  1. 1. IRIDIUM EPOXY ACRYLATE ADHESIVE FOR NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL STONE
  2. 2. IRIDIUM PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS COLOUR Transparent, white and black, can be coloured using SPRINT paste pigments for mastic VISCOSITY Thixotropic for vertical applications SPECIFIC WEIGHT 1.20 ± 0.05 kg/l GEL - TIME 1 ≈ 7’30” STABILITY 2 Stored in a cool place - 6 months from delivery TG 3 111.4 °C HDT 4 109.8 °C EXOTHERMIC PEAK 141 °C for 100 g of product at 25 °C – catalysis 2% NOTES 1 For 10 g at 25 °C, catalysis at 2% with C10 2 In closed original container, at ambient temperature out of sunlight 3 ISO 11357, 20 °C/min, N2, 2° heating scan, curing 2h a 100 °C 4 ASTM D648-1, curing 2h a 100 °C EPOXY ACRYLATE ADHESIVE FOR NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL STONE Iridum is a styrene monomer epoxy acrylate-based adhesive. It is recommended for bonding artificial and porcelain marbles. Its consistency also makes it ideal for plastering and shaping. Its characteristics are: • EXCELLENT ADHESION ON NATURAL AND SYNTHETIC STONE, PORCELAIN STONEWARE, TECHNICAL CERAMICS (DEKTON, LAPITEC, LAMINAM, ETC.) • QUICK HARDENING • EXCELLENT SURFACE DRYING
  3. 3. IRIDIUM PULL-OFF TEST (ASTM D4541) MARBLES Substrate rupture at 3-5 MPa GRANITES Substrate rupture at 3-5 MPa NOTES 5 Flexion UNI EN ISO 178, 2% C10, curing 2 h at 100 °C MECHANICAL FLEXURAL TEST FLEXURAL BREAKING STRESS UNI EN ISO 178 5 80 ± 5 MPa YOUNG’S MODULUS 5 2490 ± 110 MPa DEFORMATION AT FAILURE 5 3,5 ± 0,2% NOTES 6 Tensile properties ISO 527-1, 1% C10, curing 2h a 100 °C MECHANICAL TENSILE TEST BREAKING STRESS ISO 527-1 6 47.9 ± 0.8 MPa YOUNG’S MODULUS 6 5160 ± 750 MPa DEFORMATION AT FAILURE 6 1.2 ± 0.1w% CHEMICAL RESISTANCE AGGRESSIVE CONCENTRATION TEMPERATURE °C Distilled water 100% 80 Sodium hydroxide 30% 65 Acetic acid 25% 100 Acetic acid 26-50% 80 Sodium hypochlorite 5-25% 50 Ethanol 10% 50 Ethanol 50% 40 Hydrochloric acid 20% 105 Hydrochloric acid 30% 80 Xylene 100% 40 Fracture Surface, Af L d P Load b Steel diskAdhesive Overlay Fracture Surface, Af Tensile (Pull-Off) Force, Fr Existing Concrete Load l0 + ∆l F = Constant
  4. 4. INDUSTRIA CHIMICA REGGIANA - I.C.R. S.p.A - 42124 Reggio Emilia - Italy - Via M. Gasparini, 7 - Tel. +39 0522 517803 - Fax +39 0522 514384 26817 S. Martino in Strada (LO) - Italy - Via del Commercio, 1 - Tel. +39 0371 475313 - Fax +39 0371 475370 - info@icrsprint.it - www.icrsprint.it ICR Ibérica S.A. - Pol. Ind. Sta. Magdalena, C/ Guillem Rovirosa 18-24 - 08800 Vilanova i la Geltrú, España - Tel. +34 93 8932695 - Fax +34 93 8143495 info@icriberica.com • Catalyst percentages greater than 3% may cause adhesive to yellow. • Catalyst percentages less than 1% and at very low temperatures may extend hardening times. • Thickened or partially gelled adhesive must not be used. • Adhesive should be applied as thinly as possible to limit shrinkage and exothermic heating during polymerisation. • Excessive exposure to sunlight may cause adhesive to yellow. • After hardening, the adhesive cannot be removed with solvents. It must be removed mechanically. SPECIAL NOTES 25 °C 7 - 8 minutes INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE 1. Apply product to clean, dry and roughened surface. 2. Product may be coloured using SPRINT paste pigments. 3. Product should be catalysed between 1 and 3% using C10 hardening compound. 4. Product may be used between 5 and 15 minutes depending on temperature and catalyst percentage used. 5. Tools must be cleaned using acetone or paint thinner. IRIDIUM 30 °C 5 - 6 minutes 20 °C 10 - 11 minutes 18 °C 13 - 14 minutes 23 °C 20 - 50 minutes GEL TIME OR WORKING LIFE (AT DIFFERENT TEMPERATURES) HARDENING AND HANDLING TIME

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