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BORNIT® Sheet Metal Adhesive

bitumen | flexible | adhesive and sealing compound | sound-absorbing
BORNIT
Short information
  • permanently flexible adhesive and sealant for bonding window skills and wall coverings
  • sound-absorbing effect is achieved by the rain drumming noises
  • reliably adheres to titanium zinc, copper, aluminum, stainless steel, lead and other building materials
  • for all seasons
Product
Colour
Content
Sheet Metal Adhesive
black
5 kg / bucket
sufficient for:
Order-No.
EAN code
euro pallet
approx. 2.5 m²
6800000417
4 017228 00877 6
60 bucket
Sheet Metal Adhesive
black
10 kg / bucket
sufficient for:
Order-No.
EAN code
euro pallet
approx. 5 m²
6800000418
4 017228 00878 3
45 bucket
Consumption
on even, absorbent substrates approx. 2.0 kg/m²
Storage note
  • produkt is not sensitive to frost
  • in originally sealed container storable for 12 months
  • keep away from sources of ignition!

Status technical data sheet
23 April 2020

Areas of application
BORNIT® Sheet Metal Adhesive is used for bonding and sealing of metal profiles and metal sheets, e.g. titanium zinc, copper, aluminium, stainless steel and plump on other building materials.

Type and properties
BORNIT® Sheet Metal Adhesive is a permanently flexible adhesive and sealant for bonding window skills and wall coverings simple and easy. By full-field rich bonding there are no voids. Furthermore, an additional sound-absorbing effect is achieved by the rain drumming noises.

Advantages
  • economically and cost reducing because less equipment, material and labor effort
  • ready for processing
  • cold processing
  • one formula for all seasons

Surface
The surface may consist of concrete, masonry, natural or artificial stone, fibre cement, slate and or resin bonded chipboard.
Important: Surface needs to be firm, dry, clean and with no irregularities. On a clean and non-porous or sanded surface you need no primer. Sandy surfaces, such as old cement screeds need to be treated with BORNIT® Bitumen Primer. For surfaces made of lime sandstone you also need BORNIT® Bitumen Primer. Loose and crumbling plaster and levelling should be replaced. In the case of hollow bricks take care of a full-scale edition trough appropriate measures. Even with alkyd, polyester or acrylic resin coated sheets can be bonded with BORNIT® Sheet Metal Adhesive. For all other plastic coated sheets, please check the compatibility of the solvent in the BORNIT® Sheet Metal Adhesive before using. In case of wood as base, make sure that only seasoned, dry wood is used to avoid cross-section changes, which may lead to an uneven adhesive base.
By bonding metal to metal with BORNIT® Sheet Metal Adhesive, it is to be noted that an additional mechanical fixation is performed. BORNIT® Sheet Metal Adhesive needs to be applied all-over and the consumption may not exceed 1.5 kg / m². The installation instructions must be considered very carefully in this context. Window sills must be sealed airtight to the interior rooms on site, otherwise there is a risk of odour nuisance in the affected interior rooms.

Not suitable surfaces for sheet adhesion with BORNIT® Sheet Metal Adhesive:
• roof sheetings, because the outer layers of the roofing membrane are dissolved by the solvent and bitumen could be flown away. This also applies to other bituminous surfaces.
• Plastic films, such as those used in the roof area, because of a general incompatibility between films and bituminous materials containing solvents, which could damage the film.
• Non-mineral insulating materials such as polystyrene, because solvents could damage them.

Mineral oils and organic solvent must be kept away. Non-bituminous sealants are incompatible to BORIT®-Sheet adhesive, such as silicone-, butyl-, acrylic- and polyurethane sealants. These surfaces are unsuitable for bonding. Due to a possible odour nuisance, BORNIT® Sheet Metal Adhesive is not suitable for indoor use.

Processing
The application is carried out over the entire surface with a 4 mm grooved trowel. By applying BORNIT® Sheet Metal Adhesive in one direction, the air can easily escape when the sheets are laid on. Only in this way a full-surface adhesion without air pockets can be achieved reliably. (see figure 1)

Technische Zeichnung
Figure 1

Important: When applying BORNIT® Sheet Metal Adhesive to both components to be bonded, ensure that the grooves run in the same direction in each case. For bonding surfaces of more than 30 cm width, BORNIT® Sheet Metal Adhesive should be applied on both sides (spread the intended amount evenly on both sides!).


Processing temperature
The temperature range for processing BORNIT® Sheet Metal Adhesive is between +5 °C and +30 °C. The material temperature of BORNIT® Sheet Metal Adhesive should not be below +15 °C. Material stored too cold only slowly reaches the required processing temperature and can be carefully tempered in a water bath. If the storage temperature is below 15 °C, ensure that the material temperature of approx. +15 °C is reached before processing. The materials to be bonded by BORNIT® Sheet Metal Adhesive must also have temperatures above +5 °C and should not exceed +40 °C. At temperatures lower than +5 °C, there is a risk of hoarfrost forming on metallic surfaces, which prevents good adhesion.

Installation on horizontal surfaces
In the case of wall, parapet or balustrade coverings consisting of several individual parts, a sub-sheet with a minimum width of 10 cm, corresponding to the sheet metal profile, must be glued under the sheet metal joints to ensure water drainage. In the case of continuous metal profiles longer than 6 m, expansion compensation must be provided for the temperature-related expansion without causing leaks. The sheet spacing for expansion compensation must be selected depending on the processing temperature and the expansion coefficient of the metal. This prevents the sheets from pushing up each other. Mechanical fixation is also required for low slopes.

Adhesive range
The parts to be bonded can be joined immediately after application of BORNIT® Sheet Metal Adhesive, but it must be done within 60 minutes after application at the latest.

Compression
The parts to be bonded must be joined with pressure. For small dimensions it is sufficient to press on firmly by hand. Where possible, it is also sufficient to press slowly and evenly with the foot.

Consumption
On even, absorbent substrates, the consumption is 2.0 kg/m². Do not apply too much, otherwise at summer temperatures there is the risk that material, that has not been dried yet, will slip off.

Product data in brief
Base
bitumen
Solvent
yes
Density at +20 °C
1.20 g/cm³
Consistency
paste-like
Heat resistance
+150 °C, according to AIB
Colour(s)
black
Application
toothed trowel 4 mm
Thorough hardening time
depending on layer thickness
Cleaning
BORNIT® MultiClean Spray, BORNIT® MultiClean, BORNIT® Bitumen Cleaner
Storage
produkt is not sensitive to frost
Shelf life
in originally sealed container storable for 12 months keep away from sources of ignition!
GISCODE
BBP20
VOC category
Actual permissible VOC content
192 g/ltr.
Hazard class according to ADR
entzündbare Flüssigkeiten (Flam. Liq. 3)
Acc. to Industrial Safety Regulation (BetrSichV)
entzündlich
Flash point
24 °C

Diffusion resistance
approx. 10.000
Hazardous class
A II

Health and fire protection, occupational safety
For information on handling, safety and ecology, please refer to the current safety datasheet.

Storage
Can be stored in closed containers for 12 months. The product is not sensitive to frost.

Disposal note
Only recycle completely empty containers. Material residues can be disposed of according to AVV-ASN: 080409* (adhesive and sealing compound residues containing organic solvents or other hazardous substances).

Note
The above information replaces all previous technical information about the product. Thus, this information is no longer valid. The details have been compiled according to the latest state of application technology. Please observe, however, that, depending on the state of the construction object, deviations from the method of application suggested in the datasheet may be required. Unless agreed otherwise in individual contracts, any information contained in the datasheet shall be non-binding and thus does not represent an agreed product constitution. We reserve the right to any changes in the information contained in this datasheet anytime.

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