Soudal | SMX® Hybrid Polymer
Soudal Fix All High Tack is a Premium Quality, Super Strong Adhesive, Sealant and Filler based on SMX® Hybrid Polymer. Soudal Fix All High Tack may be applied onto wet and damp surfaces, and is suitable for use internally and externally.
Soudal Fix All High Tack is designed for Heavy Duty bonding where a high tack bond is required. Soudal Fix All High Tack also contains a fungicide making it suitable for use in Kitchens and Bathrooms.
Supplied in 290ml Cartridges, available in White, Black or Grey.
Soudal Fix All High Tack is a Super Strong Sealant, Adhesive and Filler based on SMX® Hybrid Polymer.
Soudal Fix All High Tack can be applied in all weather conditions (including wet and damp surfaces), internally and externally.
Soudal Fix All High Tack contains no solvents or odours. Primerless adhesion on most construction materials. Overpaintable with most paints.
Soudal Fix All High Tack is non-staining on porous natural stones and is suitable for sanitary applications.
High initial tack reducing the need for initial support.
High shear strength after full cure (no primer)
Stays elastic after curing and very sustainable
Impervious to mould, contains ZnP (biocide with fungicidal action)
Can be painted with water based systems
Good colour stability, weather and UV resistance
Does not contain isocyanates and no silicones
Good adhesion on moist substrates
Sealing and bonding in the building and construction industry.
Heavy duty bonding in all weather condition, on most surfaces.
Elastic bonding of panels, profiles and other pieces on the most common substrates (wood, MDF, chipboard, etc).
Elastic structural bonding in car and container industry.
Joints in bathrooms and kitchens.
Porous surfaces in water loaded applications should be primed with Soudal Primer 150.
Smooth surfaces should be degreased before bonding them together. We recommend a preliminary adhesion test on every surface.
While producing plastics very often releasing agents, processing aids and other protective agents (like protection foil) are used. These should be removed prior to bonding.
NOTE: Bonding plastics like PMMA (e.g. Plexi® glass), polycarbonate (e.g. Makrolon® or Lexan®) in stress loaded applications can give rise to stress cracking and crazing in these substrates. The use of Fix All High Tack is not recommended in these applications.
There is no adhesion on PE, PP, PTFE (Teflon®) and bituminous substrates. We recommend a preliminary compatibility test.
Application: With manual or pneumatic Caulking Gun.
Cleaning: With Sealant Remover immediately after use. Cured Fix-All can only be removed mechanically.
Finishing: With a soapy solution or Soudal Finishing Solution before skinning.
Repair: With the same material
Minimum Width for Bonding: 2 mm
Minimum Width for Joints: 5 mm
Maximum Width for Bonding: 10 mm
Maximum Width for Joints: 30 mm
Minimum Depth for Joints: 5 mm
Recommendation Sealing Jobs: Joint Width = 2 x Joint Depth
Fix-All High Tack may be overpainted with water based paints, however due to the large number of paints and varnishes available we strongly suggest a compatibility test before application.
The drying time of alkyd resin based paints may increase.
Fix-All High Tack can be applied to a wide variety of substrates. Due to the fact that specific substrates such as plastics, like polycarbonate, etc, may differ from manufacturer to manufacturer, we recommend preliminary compatibility test.
While producing plastics very often releasing agents, processing aids and other protective agents (like protection foil) are used. These should be removed prior to bonding. For optimum adhesion the use of Soudal Surface Activator is recommended.
Fix-All High Tack can NOT be used as a glazing sealant.
Not suitable for bonding aquariums.
Fix-All High Tack can be used for bonding of natural stone, but it cannot be used as a joint sealant on this type of surface. Fix-All High Tack can therefore only be used on the bottom of natural stone tiles.
When applying, make sure not to spill any sealant on the surface of materials.
The sanitary formula should not replace regular cleaning of the joint. Excessive contamination, deposits or soap remainings will stimulate the development of fungi.
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