3M™ Hi-Tack 76 Spray Adhesive

3M ID 62494349509UPC 021200300264
  • Fast aggressive tack
  • Capable of one surface bonding
  • Bonds many substrates such as polyethylene, rubber, fabric, felt, plastics and glass
  • Low-misting property allows for precise spray control
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Specifications
Application Method
Spray
Brand
3M™
Environmental Considerations
Helps contribute to LEED® credits
Flame Retardant
Flammable
Heat Resistance
<230 Degree Fahrenheit
Industries
Furniture, General Industrial, Military and Government, Specialty Vehicle, Transportation
Open Time
1 to 60 minutes
Product Form
Aerosol
Substrate 1
EPDM Rubber, Fabric, Felt, Cork & Fibrous Glass, Flexible Foam (Latex, Urethane), Glass & Ceramics, Leather, Metal, Paper & Cardboard, Plastics (ABS, PVC, Acrylic), Plastics (Flexible Vinyl), Plastics (High Performance Nylon), Plastics (Polyolefins and Thermoplastic Elastomers), Rigid Foam (Urethane), Rubber (Except EPDM), Wood & Hardboard
Substrate 2
EPDM Rubber, Fabric, Felt, Cork & Fibrous Glass, Flexible Foam (Latex, Urethane), Glass & Ceramics, Leather, Metal, Paper & Cardboard, Plastics (ABS, PVC, Acrylic), Plastics (Flexible Vinyl), Plastics (High Performance Nylon), Plastics (Polyolefins and Thermoplastic Elastomers), Rigid Foam (Urethane), Rubber (Except EPDM), Wood & Hardboard
Units per Case
12
Details
  • Fast aggressive tack
  • Capable of one surface bonding
  • Bonds many substrates such as polyethylene, rubber, fabric, felt, plastics and glass
  • Low-misting property allows for precise spray control

3M™ Hi-Tack 76 Spray Adhesive is an industrial aerosol spray adhesive with high tack for one surface bonding applications.

For one surface bonding applications use 3M™ Hi-Tack 76 Spray Adhesive. Our industrial aerosol spray adhesive has fast aggressive tack for bonding numerous substrates such as polyethylene, rubber, fabric, felt, plastics and glass. Store the adhesive at 16° to 27°C for maximum storage life. Higher temperatures reduce normal storage life and lower temperatures may cause increased viscosity of a temporary nature.