Quantum® 136


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121 Tech Drive Sanford, FL 32771 (407) 322-4000 Fax: (407) 321-9700 www.hernon.com ISO 9001 Registered High Performance Adhesives and Sealants Technical Data Sheet Quantum 136 Typical Properties (Cured) Hernon Quantum 136 is a state-of-the-art odorless and non-frosting single component, solventless, room temperature curing cyanoacrylate adhesive that polymerizes rapidly when pressed into a thin film between parts. The presence of surface moisture commences the cure of the adhesive. Quantum 136 develops handling strength within seconds and full functional strength in a few hours. Quantum 136 can bond a wide variety of surfaces including: metals, thermoplastics, elastomers, ceramics, leather, cork, and paper. Notwithstanding the superior bonding capability of Quantum 136, it is NOT recommended for long-term glass to glass bonding applications. Typical Applications Bonding Rubber bumpers Permanent locking of plastic Fasteners Speaker components Shock mounts Gears to shaft Wiper blades Acrylic windows Name plates Catheters Honing stones Security collars O-rings insulation pads Fixturing Filter caps Jumper wires Heat sinks Gaskets Golf club parts Tennis racquet parts P.C. boards Wire tacking Potting Transistors Tamper proofing Adjustable components Fiberglass molds Product Benefits • Odorless, non-frosting cyanoacrylate. • Rapid Cure - forms a strong bond at room temperature in less than a minute with contact pressure. • Surfaces - will bond almost any combination of similar or dissimilar materials. • Easy Use - single component feature, eliminates any mixing. Typical Properties (Uncured) Property Chemical Type Modified Cyanoacrylate Ester Colorless - pale yellow liquid Specific gravity Flash point Cured 24 Hours @ 22ºC Physical Properties Property Coefficient of thermal expansion, K-1 , ASTM D696 Coefficient of thermal conductivity, W/(m·K), ASTM C177 Electrical Properties Property Dielectric Strength, kV/mm ASTM D149 Dielectric Constant ASTM D150 Dissipation Factor ASTM D150 Volume Resistivity, ·cm ASTM D257 Surface Resistivity,  ASTM D257 Typical Curing Performance Cure Speed vs. Substrate The rate of cure will depend on the substrate used. The table below shows the fixture time achieved on different materials at 22ºC / 50% relative humidity. Fixture time is defined as the time to develop a shear strength of 0.1 N/mm². Substrate Fixture Time (seconds) Zinc Dichromate Neoprene Nitrile Rubber Cure Speed vs. Bond Gap The rate of cure will depend on the bondline gap. Thin bond lines result in high cure speeds, increasing the bond ga

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Hernon Technical Data Sheet Quantum 136 Cure Speed vs. Humidity The rate of cure will depend on the ambient relative humidity. The following graph shows the tensile strength developed with time on Buna N rubber at different levels of humidity. Typical Environmental Resistance Cured for 1 week @ 22ºC Shear Strength, ISO 4587 Steel lap-shear specimens Hot Strength Tested at temperature Time, seconds Cure Speed vs. Accelerator Where cure speed is unacceptably long due to large gaps, applying accelerator to the surface will improve cure speed. However, this can reduce ultimate strength of the...

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Hernon Technical Data Sheet Quantum 136 General Information This product is not recommended for use in pure oxygen and/or oxygen rich systems and should not be selected as a sealant for chlorine or other strong oxidizing materials. For safe handling information on this product, consult the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS). Directions For Use For best performance bond surfaces should be clean and free from grease. This product performs best in thin bond gaps (0.05 mm). Disassembly and Cleanup Liquid Cyanoacrylate should not be wiped with rags or tissue. The fabric will cause...

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