GMNA - 9986384

Hot Melt Adhesive for High Temperature Applications

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Organization: GMNA
Publication Date: 1 October 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 3
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Material Description. This specification describes the requirements of an extrudable hot melt adhesive for bonding attachments and small load bearing fasteners in areas where heat generated from solar radiation can be excessive. Adhesive must bond easily to shoddy wires, foams, rigid acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS), polypropylene and interior fiberboard parts.

The adhesive is applied in a 3.2 mm or larger bead, and the pad applied and compressed within 20 s after adhesive application.

The adhesive shall be opaque white to dark amber in color and free of air and foreign unmixed particles. It must be capable of being dispensed between temperatures of 179 °C to 197 °C. The adhesive must not char or oxidize in the pot while at the indicated temperatures.

Symbols. Not applicable.

Applicability. Headliners and speaker shelves and other areas above the beltline.

Remarks. None.

Document History

9986384
October 1, 2018
Hot Melt Adhesive for High Temperature Applications
Material Description. This specification describes the requirements of an extrudable hot melt adhesive for bonding attachments and small load bearing fasteners in areas where heat generated from...
January 1, 2013
Hot Melt Adhesive for High Temperature Applications
Material Description. This specification describes the requirements of an extrudable hot melt adhesive for bonding attachments and small load bearing fasteners in areas where heat generated from...

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