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Instant and 2-Part Screen Frame Adhesive

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Published on Apr 12, 2017

Glue, Glue, Glue.

What’s the difference between an Instant and 2-Part Adhesive?

To answer the question, the following video features a brief description of Instant Adhesive and 2-part Adhesive as it relates to stretching screen frames.

RhinoBond INSTANT ADHESIVE is used when you need to quickly stretch a screen frame. This is how it works: spread the adhesive/glue evenly onto the screen frame after the mesh is stretched.

Next, apply one or the other of these two Activators: RBP 1500A that is an Aerosol or a liquid activator that is RBP 1500.

Once applied, the adhesive will dry in just 3 – 5 seconds.

2-PART ADHESIVE is RMA 3000. It is mixed with a catalyst to ensure chemical resistance and it typically dries in 10-15 minutes.

RMA 3000 is applied the same way as RhinoBond Instant Adhesive.

WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE, COST-WISE?

RhinoBond Instant Adhesive comes in a 1 lb. or 16 oz. container. The 2-part Adhesive, RMA3000, comes in a gallon container.

Though RMA 3000 takes 10-15 minutes to dry, it becomes very economical when you have multiple tables of frame stretching/drying going on at the same time.

If you need to quickly stretch/dry a frame, then RhinoBond Instant Adhesive is a natural choice. Time saved by not having to wait for a screen frame to dry becomes worth the money.

And, that's it. Thanks for watching this brief overview and learning about the significant ways you can ensure a strong bond of mesh to frame.

https://rhinotechinc.com/screen-print...
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888.717.4466 651-686-5027 info@rhinotechinc.com
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