This product is a high-performance, one-component solvent-based bonding agent crafted for use with NR (natural rubber), SBR (styrene butadiene rubber), CR (polychloroprene rubber), BR (butadiene rubber), and Vamac® compounds, enabling strong adhesion to both metal and plastic substrates. This versatile product is also designed as an effective post-vulcanizing (PV) bonding system. It offers the added advantage of being suitable for bonding rubber materials to specific fibers, cords, and fabrics, including cellulose, polyamides, polyester, and glass, making it a valuable solution for various applications.

Supplied By: H.B. FULLER COMPANY

Product Code: H01882

Regional Availability: Canada

Product Type: 1K (1 component) Adhesive, Bonding Agent, Solventborne Adhesive

Compatible Substrates & Surfaces: Metal

Application Method: Brush, Dip Coating, Spray

    Enhanced TDS

    Identification & Functionality

    Features & Benefits

    Product Benefits

    Bonding Capabilities
    Cilbond 24 is a one-component bonding system developed to give high performance bonding with the following elastomers:-

    • Natural Rubber (NR)
    • Polyepichlorohydrin (ECO)
    • Styrene Butadiene Rubber (SBR)
    • Chlorosulphonated Polyethylene (CSM / ACSM)
    • Chloroprene Rubber (CR)
    • Polyacrylate Rubbers (ACM)
    • Polybutadiene (BR)
    • Carboxylated NBR (XNBR)
    • Synthetic Polyisoprene Rubber (IR)
    • Polynorbornene
    • AEM / Vamac G®
    • Ethylene Vinyl Acetate EVA (EVM)

    Cilbond 24 has also been designed as an effective post-vulcanising (PV) bonding system and has the further benefit of being suitable for bonding rubbers to certain fibres, cords and fabrics, such as cellulose, polyamides, polyester and glass.

    In-service Benefits

    • Superior heat resistance / low temperature resistance - bond resistant from -50ᵒC to 200ᵒC.
    • Exceptional salt-spray resistance. Unstressed parts exceed 1000 hours, 30% E stressed parts exceed 400 hours salt-spray in 5% salt-spray at 35ᵒC with minimal signs of corrosion.
    • Exceptional dynamic and static fatigue resistance.
    • Superior chemical resistance to : Petroleum spirit fuels, unleaded petrol, kerosene, fuel oils, mineral oils and synthetic ester turbo oil at high temperature, ethylene glycol and propylene glycol at high temperature (such as 160ᵒC), acids and alkali, hot water, including boiling water.
    • Cilbond 24 passes all established hot water tests including the 504 hour / 70ᵒC Volvo tests and 100 hour boiling water stress tests.

    Processing Benefits

    • Almost zero mould fouling or staining.
    • Excellent pre-bake resistance of up to 30 minutes at 160ᵒC prior to bonding (depending on the compound).
    • Components can be swaged without causing bond failure at the points of metal strain.
    • Dried Cilbond 24 coatings do not chip during normal handling and though they may mar, this does not affect bonding quality.
    • Elastomers can be injection moulded at up to or even above 200ᵒC if necessary.

    Bonding Problems Solved With Cilbond 24

    By virtue of its novelty as a one-coat bonding system, Cilbond 24 is considered for many bonding applications. Below is a brief summary of some of the more interesting problems solved to date.

    • Bonding to stainless steel and Nickel - excellent results. NOTE: On smooth non-blasted stainless steel, a minimum drying time of 2 hours at 25ᵒC isneeded, or force drying for 2 - 5 minutes at 85 - 95ᵒC is required.
    • Bonding metal treated with yellow chromated zinc, Cilbond 24 gave excellent bond results.
    • Cilbond 24 has proved especially satisfactory when used as a post vulcanisation system for components exposed to salt water environments.
    • Epichlorohydrin rubber and Vamac® bonded to mild steel with Cilbond 24 gave excellent heat resistance.
    • Cilbond 24 has been shown to give the best compromise of bonding and glycol resistance for NR based hydromounts.
    • For post-vulcanisation (PV) bonding Cilbond 24 can bond all elastomers listed in the introduction, plus HNBR and even FKM, but each compound must be tested individually for suitability.
    Product Highlights
    • Significant process improvements
    • Long-term end use performance
    • Exceptional corrosion protection
    • High-temperature resistance
    • Chemical resistance
    • Static and dynamic fatigue resistance
    • Standard and post-vulcanization bonding

    Applications & Uses

    Markets
    Application Method

    Properties

    Physical Form
    Appearance
    Black liquid

    Safety & Health

    Safety and Health Information

    Bonding Capabilities
    Cilbond 24 is a one-component bonding system developed to give high performance bonding with the following elastomers:-

    • Natural Rubber (NR)
    • Polyepichlorohydrin (ECO)
    • Stirene Butadiene Rubber (SBR)
    • Chlorosulphonated Polyethylene (CSM / ACSM)
    • Chloroprene Rubber (CR)
    • Polyacrylate Rubbers (ACM)
    • Polybutadiene (BR)
    • Carboxylated NBR (XNBR)
    • Synthetic Polyisoprene Rubber (IR)
    • Polynorbornene
    • AEM / Vamac G®
    • Ethylene Vinyl Acetate EVA (EVM)

    Cilbond 24 has also been designed as an effective post-vulcanising (PV) bonding system and has the further benefit of being suitable for bonding rubbers to certain fibers, cords and fabrics, such as cellulose, polyamides, polyester and glass.

    In-service Benefits

    • Superior heat resistance / low temperature resistance - bond resistant from -50ᵒC to 200ᵒC.
    • Exceptional salt-spray resistance. Unstressed parts exceed 1000 hours, 30% E stressed parts exceed 400 hours salt-spray in 5% salt-spray at 35ᵒC with minimal signs of corrosion.
    • Exceptional dynamic and static fatigue resistance.
    • Superior chemical resistance to : Petroleum spirit fuels, unleaded petrol, kerosene, fuel oils, mineral oils and synthetic ester turbo oil at high temperature, ethylene glycol and propylene glycol at high temperature (such as 160ᵒC), acids and alkali, hot water, including boiling water.
    • Cilbond 24 passes all established hot water tests including the 504 hour / 70ᵒC Volvo tests and 100 hour boiling water stress tests.

    Processing Benefits

    • Almost zero mold fouling or staining.
    • Excellent pre-bake resistance of up to 30 minutes at 160ᵒC prior to bonding (depending on the compound).
    • Components can be swaged without causing bond failure at the points of metal strain.
    • Dried Cilbond 24 coatings do not chip during normal handling and though they may mar, this does not affect bonding quality.
    • Elastomers can be injection molded at up to or even above 200ᵒC if necessary.

    Bonding Problems Solved With Cilbond 24

    By virtue of its novelty as a one-coat bonding system, Cilbond 24 is considered for many bonding applications. Below is a brief summary of some of the more interesting problems solved to date.

    • Bonding to stainless steel and Nickel - excellent results. NOTE: On smooth non-blasted stainless steel, a minimum drying time of 2 hours at 25ᵒC isneeded, or force drying for 2 - 5 minutes at 85 - 95ᵒC is required.
    • Bonding metal treated with yellow chromated zinc, Cilbond 24 gave excellent bond results.
    • Cilbond 24 has proved especially satisfactory when used as a post vulcanisation system for components exposed to salt water environments.
    • Epichlorohydrin rubber and Vamac® bonded to mild steel with Cilbond 24 gave excellent heat resistance.
    • Cilbond 24 has been shown to give the best compromise of bonding and glycol resistance for NR based hydromounts.
    • For post-vulcanisation (PV) bonding Cilbond 24 can bond all elastomers listed in the introduction, plus HNBR and even FKM, but each compound must be tested individually for suitability.

    Packaging & Availability

    Packaging Type
    Regional Availability
    • Canada
    Packaging Information

    Cilbond 24 is supplied in 10L, 25L and 200L containers. 250ml trial samples are also available upon request.

    Storage & Handling

    Shelf Life
    12 months
    Storage Conditions and Shelf Life

    It is recommended that components are bonded within 7 days of application of the bonding agent. However under validated, controlled conditions (designed to avoid contamination of parts), they may be stored for much longer periods, such as up to 2 months.

    Shelf Life: 12 Months from Date of Manufacture.