Super-X Series 8008

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Super-X Series 8008

Cemedine Sealing Material

Cemedine Super-X is an epoch-making one-part quick curing adhesive having three significant features which are said to be ideal properties of the adhesives; "pressure-sensitive adhesion", "elastic adhesion" and "solventless adhesion".

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1. Pressure-sensitive adhesion

Curing reaction is caused by moisture absorbed from the air. Pressure-sensitive range is reached in this curing process about 10 min. after application. If adherends are put together during this time, they bound instantaneously as in the case of rubber contact adhesive, eliminating the need for temporary fixation.

2. One-part solventless agent providing quick curing at normal temperature

Easy-to-use, safe, and clean cemedine adhesive featuring one-part solventless agent capable of quick curing at normal temperature is provided.

3. Adhesive property over an extensive range

Cemedine Super-X 8008 products allow for adhesion of various types of plastics, rubbers and ceramics over an extensive range, moreover different types of metals. These products provides excellent adhesion over a very extensive range of materials, eliminating the need for selecting a particular adhesive for each type of the different materials, as in the case of conventional agents.

4 .Durability

The Super-X as elastic adhesives do not peel off. Once materials are adhered, the Cemedine Super-X provides durability in the range from low temperature (-60°C) to high temperature (120°C). Because of the rubber state of the hard film, the Super-X follows the changes of adherents such as expansion and shrinkage sufficiently


Chemicals resistance


Tensile shear strength after dipping in chemicals (N/mm2)





Acetic acid (1% water solution)


Acetic acid (10% water solution)


Sulfuric acid (3% water solution)


Sulfuric acid (30% water solution)


Sodium hydroxide (1% water solution)


Sodium hydroxide (10% water solution)


Machine oil (Idemitsu: Mechanic Oil)


Salt (10% water solution)


Methylethylketone (*)


n-hexane (*)


(Conditions): Coated on both sides, 50µm thick (one side), open time 3 min.
Stainless steel and stainless steel Pressing: one day for clip Curing: 7 days
Number of days to be dipped in chemicals: 7 Tensile speed: 50mm/min.
* Deterioration of solvent is observed, but no problem with short-time contact, for example, in washing.


Adhesive strength for various types of adherends
ClassificationAdherendTensile shear adhesive strength after 7-day curing (N/mm2)
Open time, 2 min.
Metal Steel plate (SPCC, SPCD) 3.32
Aluminum (*1) 4.26
Stainless steel 2.24
Copper 3.62
Plastics Polycarbonate 3.29
Bakelite 4.43
ABS 3.10
Plasticized polyvinylchloride 3.08
Styrene 2.40
Acryl 3.22
6-nylon 3.28
FRP (*2) 2.92
Polypropylene (*3) 2.77
PET (polyethyleneterephthlate) 2.22
PPS (polyphenylene sulfide) 1.60
PPO (polyphenylene oxide) 3.16
PAR (polyarylate) 1.10
Others Slate 1.01
Plywood 3.60

Conditions: Coated on both sides, 50µm thick (one side), tension speed between adherends: 50mm/min.

*1 and *2: Surface preparation will cause adhesive strength to become uneven; it must be confirmed in advance.
*3: Primer (Cemedine PP-7F) to be used.
Adhesive strength for various types of rubbers
ClassificationAdherentPeeling adhesive strength
after 7-day curing (N/mm)
Rubber NBR 0.27 AF
Silicone rubber 0.45 AF
EPDM 0.60 AF
EPDM (*) 2.73 CF
Chloroprene rubber (CR) (*) 0.43 AF

(*): Degreasing by toluene after treatment by sand paper (#120).

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