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Insulglue Adhesive

Insulglue Adhesive is available in a 500ml bottle and a 25lt drum.

Safety Data

Chemical character and proposed application: flammable solvent based adhesive.

Substances presenting a health hazard within the meaning of the Chemical Regulations ’93 (Hazard Inf. and Packaging).

 

Name of substance UN-Code Conc. %w/w R-phrases Hazchem Risk Labeling Code
SBP 50/115 1271 68-72 R10/18/20/36/37/38 3YEXn

For full text of the R-phrases see Section 15 and 16.

Type of danger: flammable and harmful.

 

Special information for humans and environment: Toxic vapours. Can cause skin irritation after repeated contact.

General information: in case of doubt, or when symptoms persist, seek medical attention. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.
Inhalation: remove the patient to fresh air.
Skin contact: wash thoroughly with clean water. A skin-cleaner may be used. Do NOT use solvents or thinners.
Eye contact: contact lenses should be removed. Irrigate copiously with clean, fresh water for at least 10 minutes holding the eyelids apart. Seek medical advice.
Glue: 2 gsm
Ingestion: if accidentally swallowed obtain immediate medical attention. Do NOT induce vomiting. The main hazard is aspiration into the lungs. Obtain medical advice.

Extinguishing media: Carbon Dioxide, dry chemical powder, foam, sand or earth.

 

Not to be used: Do not use water in a jet. Particular danger provoked by the product or its smoke after case of fire, fire will produce dense black smoke, containing hazardous products of combustion. Those products may be a hazard to health. Particular personal protection: appropriate self-contained breathing apparatus may be required. Cool closed containers exposed to fire with water-spray.

  • Personal measures of attention: avoid skin contact.
  • Protection of the environment: the product is a liquid.
  • It contains dangerous components.
  • Collect spillage for disposal according to the waste regulations.
  • Procedure of cleaning and removing: contain and collect the product in mechanical way.
  • Do not dispose in sewers. Contain spillage with sand.
  • Clean preferably with a detergent, avoid the use of solvents.

Indication for secure handling: FLAMMABLE containers

 

Indication for fire/explosion-protection: store according to the requirements of SABS 089:1985

 

Storage

Demands for spaces of storage and vessels: store in a dry, well ventilated place, away from heat and direct sunlight at temperatures not above 35°C and away from sparks.

 

Information on storage together with other products: store separately from strong oxidizing agents and strong alkaline and acidic materials.

 

More information on conditions of storage: store only in containers of origin (or containers which are similar).

 

Preserve the label precautions.

Store in a dry, well-ventilated place not above 30°C, protected against heat and direct sunlight.

 

Storage Class: Class 1 Division 1a.

Components with limits to be controlled:

Name of substance TLV(mg/m³) (ppm) STEL (mg/m³) S-Phrases
SBP 50/115 (Benzine) 500 1000 S2,S16,S25,S26,S28,S38

 

Personal Protection

  • Respirator: Provide respiratory protection.
  • Hand protection: Wear gloves, advice should be sought from glove suppliers.Barrier creams may help to protect exposed areas of the skin. (They are not substitutes for physical protection, don’t apply them after exposure).
  • Eye protection: Eye protection to protect against liquid splashes should be worn.
  • State: liquid
  • Colour: golden brown
  • Smell: sweet synthetic

 

  Value Unit Method
Flash point -20 °C Abel closed cup IP170
Viscosity at 25°C liquid 1500-2000 CP Brookfield
Density at 25°C 0,74 g/ml DIN 51 757/C
Lower explosion limit 0,6 vol %
Upper explosion limit 8,0 vol %
Point of ignition 240 °C ASTM D2155
Solubility in water immiscible
Solubility in fat/solvents soluble 20°C
Content of solvents 72,00 %
Vapour pressure @ 20°C 155 mbar @20°C
Boiling point  67 – 77 °C
pH-Value at 20°C n.a.
  • Conditions: stable under recommended storage and handling conditions (see Sect. 7)
  • Conditions and substances to avoid: avoid high temperatures (above 35° C). Don’t bring in contact with oxidizing agents or strong alkaline, acidic or oxidizing materials.
  • Dangerous substances of decomposition: In a fire hazardous decomposition products such as smoke, CO², CO may be produced.

The inhalation of the vapours of the preparation may cause hazards to the health. (Irritation of mucous membrane, the respiratory system, damages of kidney and liver, adverse effects on the central nervous system).

The product is a liquid and classified dangerous. There is no data available on polluting the environment.

  • Product: do not allow to enter drains, water courses or ground water.
  • Key of disposal: 57110
  • Name of disposal: glue waste, including containers are controlled waste and should be disposed in accordance to the Control of Pollution Act/Environment protecting Act.
  • Uncleaned packing: eventually dispose by recycling.

UN Number 1133

  • CLASS-3.1 Pack Group – 2 Symbol – FLAMMABLE LIQUID

SHIPPING CODE: Adhesives UN 1133

  • Rail (RID)

CLASS – 3 Item 3(B) Symbol – FLAMMABLE LIQUID

  • Road (ADR)

CLASS – 3 Item 3(B) Kemler Plate – 33 (1203)

  • Air (ICAO)

CLASS – 3 Pack Group 2 Symbol – FLAMMABLE LIQUID

  • Passenger Aircraft
  • Maximum quantity per package: 5lt
  • U.N. packing instruction: 305
  • Transitional packaging Inst.
  • S 2: keep out of the reach of children.
  • S 16: keep away from sources of ignition.
  • S 25: avoid contact with eyes.
  • S 26: in case of contact with the eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
  • S 28: after contact with skin wash immediately with plenty of detergents and water.
  • S 38: in case of insufficient ventilation wear suitable respiratory equipment.
  • S 45: in case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek medical advice immediately, (show the label when possible).
  • Risk labeling: Xn (harmful)
  • R 10 Flammable.
  • R 18 In use, may form inflammable / explosive vapour air mixture.
  • R 20 Harmful by inhalation.
  • R 36/37/38 Irritating to eyes, respiratory system and skin.
  • R 42 May cause sensitization by inhalation.

 


 

The information in this safety data sheet is provided in accordance with the national Chemicals Regulations and EU-Directives. The product should not be used for purposes other than those shown in Section 1 without first referring to the supplier and obtaining written handling instructions. As the specific conditions of use of the product are outside the supplier’s control, the user is responsible for ensuring that the requirements of relevant laws are complied with. The information contained in this sheet is based on the present state of knowledge and current national legislation. It provides guidance on health, safety and environment aspects and should not be construed as any guarantee of technical performance or suitability for particular application.

 

VidoGlue

Vidoglue is a Polychloroprene contact cement designed specifically for hand lasting of leather uppers to insole boards. It is yellow / amber in colour, is brushable and thick in consistency. It has an excellent heat-resistance coupled with high initial bond strength. These two properties ensure excellent performance during heat-setting of freshly lasted uppers. The ingredients used in this product are scheduled under REACH (EC) No 1907/2006 wherein the product is described as a “mixture”.

 

 

Technical Data

Vidoglue is brush applied to both upper and insole board. The lasting margin should be minimum of 10mm. After a suitable drying period (15 – 20 minutes) uppers may be lasted by hand. Heat setting at maximum 130°C may follow if required.

Base: Polychloroprene rubber / resin
Colour: Amber / yellow
Viscosity: ± 3 500 cPs
Mass Per Litre: ± 0,8kg
Soilds Content: ± 25%
Flash Point: – 20˚C therefore highly flammable
Open Time: ± 2 hours
Shelf Life: 12 months
Packing: 25 lt and 200 lt containers

A solvent mixture giving a heavy vapour. Not to be used in confined areas without adequate ventilation.
Not to be exposed near a naked flame. Avoid prolonged breathing in of vapour and contact with skin.

  • General information: in case of doubt, or when symptoms persist, seek medical attention. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.
  • Inhalation: remove the patient to fresh air.
  • Skin contact: wash thoroughly with clean water. A skin cleaner may be used. Do NOT use solvents or thinners.
  • Eye contact: contact lenses should be removed. Irrigate copiously with clean, fresh water for at least 10 minutes holding the eyelids apart, seek med. advice.
  • Ingestion: if accidentally swallowed, obtain immediate medical attention. Do NOT induce vomiting. The main hazard is aspiration into the lungs. Obtain medical advice.
  • Personal measures of attention: avoid skin contact.
  • Protection of the environment: the product is a liquid. It contains dangerous components. Collect spillages for disposal according to the waste regulations.
  • Procedure of cleaning and removing: contain and collect the product in mechanical way. Do not dispose in sewers. Contain spillage with sand.
  • Clean preferably with a detergent, avoid the use of solvents

Indication for secure handling: FLAMMABLE containers

 

Indication for fire/explosion-protection: Store according to the requirements of SABS 089:1985

Indication for secure handling: FLAMMABLE containers

 

Indication for fire/explosion-protection: Store according to the requirements of SABS 089:1985

  • State: liquid
  • Colour: amber
  • Smell: Characteristic hydrocarbon

 

Value Unit Method
Flash point 20 ˚C Abel closed cup IP170
Viscosity at 25˚ Liquid 2400 CP Brookfield
Density at 25°C 0,81 g/ml DIN 51 757/C
Lower explosion limit 0,6 vol %
Upper explosion limit 8,0 vol %
Point of ignition 240 ˚C ASTM D2155
Solubility in water immiscible
Content of solvents 75,00%
Vapour pressure @ 20°C 55 mbar
Boiling point 67-77 °C
Conditions: Stable under recommended storage and handling conditions.
Conditions and substances to avoid: Avoid high temperatures (above 35°C). Don’t bring in to contact with oxidizing agents or strong alkaline, acidic or oxidizing materials.
Dangerous substances of decomposition: In a fire hazardous decomposition product such as smoke, CO2, CO may be produced.
Demands for spaces of storage and vessels: Store in a dry, well ventilated place, away from heat and direct sunlight at temp not above 35 °C and away from sparks.
Storage information together with other products: Store separately from strong oxidizing agents and strong alkaline and acidic materials.
More information on conditions of storage: Store only in containers of origin. (or containers which are similar). Observe the label precautions. Store in a dry, well ventilated place not above 30°C, protected against heat and direct sunlight.
Storage Class: Class 1 Division 1a.

Technical safety measures: Provide adequate ventilation. This may be achieved by local or general exhaust ventilation. If these are not sufficient to maintain solvent-vapor-conc. below the exposure limits, suitable respiratory protective equipment has to be worn.

 

Components with limits to be controlled:

Name of substance TLV(mg/m3) (ppm) STEL (mg/m3)
SBP 50/115 (Benzine) 500 1000
MEK 200 150

 

Personal Protection

  • Respirator: Provide respiratory protection.
  • Hand protection: Wear gloves, advice should be sought from glove suppliers. Barrier creams may help to protect exposed areas of the skin (They are not substitutes for physical protection, don’t apply them after exposure).
  • Eye protection: Eye protection to protect against liquid splashes should be worn.
  • Skin protection: Suitable working overall.

The inhalation of the vapours of the preparation may cause hazards to the health. (Irritation of mucous membrane, the respiratory system, damages of kidney and liver, adverse effects on the central nervous system).

The product is a liquid and classified dangerous. There is no data available on polluting the environment.

Product: Do not allow entering drains/water courses or ground water.
Key of disposal: 57110
Name of disp: Wastes of glues (Waste, including containers are controlled wastes and should be disposed in accordance to the Control of Pollution Act / Environment Protecting Act.)
Uncleaned packing: eventually dispose in the recycling
  • R 10 Flammable.
  • R 11 Highly Flammable.
  • R 18 In use, may form inflammable / explosive vapour-air mixture.
  • R 20 Harmful by inhalation.
  • R 36/37/38 Irritating to eyes, respiratory system and skin.
  • R 42 May cause sensitization by inhalation.
  • R 50/53 Toxic to aquatic Organisms, may cause long term adverse effects.
  • R 67 Vapors may cause drowsiness and dizziness.
  • S 2 Keep out of reach of children.
  • S 16 Keep away from sources of ignition.
  • S 25 Avoid contact with eyes.
  • S 26 In case of contact with the eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
  • S 28 After contact with skin wash immediately with plenty of detergents and water.
  • S 38 In case of insufficient ventilation wear suitable respiratory equipment.
  • S 45 In case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek medical advice immediately, (show the label when possible).
  • S 46 If swallowed, seek medical advice, and show the practitioner this document.

Sea

  • CLASS – 3.1 Pack Group – 2 Symbol – FLAMMABLE LIQUID
  • SHIPPING CODE: Adhesives HTN 3506.91

 

Rail (RID)

  • CLASS – 3 Item 3(B) Symbol – FLAMMABLE LIQUID

 

Road (ADR)

  • CLASS – 3 Item 3(B) Kemler Plate – 33 (1203)

 

Air (ICAO)

  • CLASS – 3 Pack Group 2 Symbol – FLAMMABLE LIQUID

 

Passenger Aircraft

  • Maximum quantity per package: 5lt
  • U.N. packing instruction: 305
  • Transitional packaging Inst. No.: T300

 

VidoGlue non flammables 440

V440 and V446 are high-strength non-flammable Neoprene rubber based contact adhesive formulated for a wide variety of uses. They effectively bond masonite, tempered and untempered hardboard, masonite, softboard, plastic laminates, asbestos cement sheets, vinyl sheeting, porcelain enamelled steel, chipboard, leather and rubber to each other or themselves.

Products are sold as follows:

  • V440: for brush or roller application
  • V446: for conventional (air) spray

 

Technical Data

Surface to be bonded must be clean and dry. Metal surfaces should be degreased with Pekaklene and then rinsed with water and left to dry. PVC and oily surfaces should first be wiped with C408 solvent before application.

 

Using suitable equipment apply approximately a 50-micron thickness to each surface to be bonded. This may require up to two coats of adhesive. Thin with C408 solvent as solvent as required.

 

Allow the solvent to “flash off” (4 to 10 minutes minutes depending on weather conditions). Special care should be taken to ensure that ensure that the solvent has completely flashed off, particularly on non-porous surfaces.

 

To assemble large areas use spacers such as dowel rods or silicone paper between the two surfaces to prevent contact before the assembly positioned. After the edges have been correctly registered, the two surfaces can be pressed together as the spacers are removed.

 

Apply even pressure over the whole are area, sufficient to ensure to ensure a good bond.

 

NOTE: HEAT BONDING
Heat bonding is particularly suitable for the bonding of two non-porous surfaces as it not only completely eliminates the possibility of “solvent trap” but it also accelerates the curing of the adhesive and gives a higher initial bond strength.

Clean and coat the oat the surfaces as described.
When dry, heat up the surfaces using infra-red lamps or similar heating, to a surface temperature of 90° to 100°C for 2 to 3 minutes.
Remove from heat bond immediately (bond pressure 600 kpa minimum).

Avoid using V440 and V446 in confined spaces. Ensure adequate ventilation: use of V446 should be confined to a spray booth.
Chlorinated solvents give off toxic vapours at high concentrations (TLV = (TLV = 250 ppm).
Avoid contact with skin. For contact with eyes, flush with water and consult a doctor.

Application temperature limits: 6° to 40°C. Do not apply during cold inclement weather as surface condensation will impair the bond strength of the adhesive
Storage temperature limits: 5° to 35°C Protect from freezing. Ensure that partially used cans are well sealed to prevent evaporation
Service temperature limits: -20°C to +90°C

Colour Pale yellow
Viscosity Free flowing syrup
Base Oil resistant Neoprene elastomer
Solids content Approx 16% v/v
Solvent A blend of non-flammable chlorinated solvents
Coverage A blend of non-flammable chlorinated solvents
Mass per Liter 1,3kg
Storage stability Up to 12 months at 25°C (stir well before use) Caution: Protect from freezing
Water resistance Highly resistant to water, mild acids and alkalis. Not resistant to hot oils, etc
Thinners / cleanup C408 solvent
Shipping specification Non combustible
Packaging 1lt, 5lt, 25lt, 200lt containers

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