Drei Bond 5330

Bonding Technology

Drei Bond 5330 is a high-strength, anaerobic curing threadlocker suitable for metallic substrates. The adhesive has been tested for use in oxygen gas pipelines up to 20 bar at +60 °C. Moreover, the product is DVGW approvedand certified according to DIN EN 751-1 (registration no.: NG-5146AR0637).

In the cured state Drei Bond 5330 is particularly resistant to vibrations and temperature shocks. In addition, the product exhibits very good resistance towards oils, gases, water, fuels, refrigerants and many other industrial media. In the case of passive surfaces and/or low temperatures, curing can be accelerated with the help of the solvent-free activator Drei Bond 5900. Easyprocessing is ensured using Drei Bond dispensing devices.

Product Info
Drei Bond GmbH
Bonding Technology

Drei Bond is a system provider in the following sectors: Highly effective adhesives and sealing materials, oiling and greasing.


Size of adhesive area
cm²-/cm³ range
1-part systems
acrylate anaerobic
Product Labelling
without hazardous label
Temperature resistance <0°C (approx.)
from -55°C
Temperature resistance >0°C (approx.)
to +200°C
Colour of adhesive film
Curing mechanisms
anaerobic curing
(Mixed) viscosity
Packaging unit
small packaging unit (can, tube, etc.)
Sector classification
manufacuting industry
Degree of automation
semi automatic (hand-operated)
Application Types
dot application
line, bead application
Liquid Adhesives
1-part systems

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