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POLYMERIZABLE CEMENTS (2-PART: COMPONENTS A AND B)
|PS-30TM||Caseway Industrial Products
Bay City, MI
|Weld on 40TM||Industrial Polychemical Sciences
|If at all possible, store component B, the catalyst, under refrigeration but not below 40°F. If this is impossible, ensure that component B is notnstored in direct sunlight Preperably in a dark place. If component B turns yellow or amber, discard it using proper chemical disposal trchniques and obtain a fresh lot from the supplier.|
|When mixing component A & B, be sure to use CLEAN containers. Ensure that disposable containers,not lined with a coating that will affect components A or B by cause improper curing.|
|When mixing, both components should be at room temperature. ( It may be convenient to remove a one-day supply from refrigeration on the previous day).|
|When components A & B are combined, ensure that they are continuously under agitation for two minutes to ensure complete mixing. Let air bubbles rise to the surface before using the cement.|
|Combine components A & B in a ratio of 95 parts component A to 5 parts component B, either by weight or by volume. Do not use a mixture of less than 93 parts component A or more than 7 parts component B.|
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