How to use UV LOCA glue to combine the glasses or the zircon jewelry

 UV LOCA glue combine photo pendant

UV LOCA glue combine photo pendant

    UV LOCA glue ,the main component is 3136 , a single component colorless transparent liquid, low viscosity. Suitable for bonding between glass, crystal, acrylic, epoxy resin, metal. Widely used in crystal handicrafts, glass products, watches and clocks, lighting, jewelry, zircon patches and other aspects of bonding. 

    3136 easy to use, fast curing, super strong adhesion, colorless transparent after curing, and glass, crystal and so on become one, do not leave traces. 

    3136 can be cured with 365nm UV lamps (cold light lamps) or high-pressure mercury lamps, curing with high-pressure mercury lamps more quickly and securely. 

UV LOCA Glue is the first choice of jewelry patches, crystal, zircon patches, so how to use the UV LOCA glue. Here the small part for everyone summed up the use of the method.

the total of four steps:

   1, with alcohol or special detergent thoroughly clean the surface to stick to the connector, remove oil, keep dry. 

   2, with the right amount of 3136 brush coated on the bonding surface, close the bonding parts, gently move, eliminate bubbles.

   3, with 250w~2000w, the average wavelength 365nm UV high-pressure mercury lamp, in the 10-15cm distance irradiation within 10 seconds to 20 seconds can be cured. 

   4, with more than 80w 365nm UV lamp (cold light lamp), in the 10-15cm distance irradiation within 30 seconds to 60 seconds can be cured.

  In the use of UV LOCA glue, please be sure to note:

   1, unused uv-adhesive to be sealed, stored in a cool and ventilated place, to avoid direct sunlight. 

   2, construction site must maintain ventilation, construction personnel to wear protective supplies, accidentally glued skin to immediately wash water and soap clean, if accidentally splashed into the eyes, quickly rinse with a lot of water after 30 minutes of medical treatment.

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