Surface Treatment

Glass activator for pretreatment during window replacement in the automotive sector.

The glass activator DINITROL 520 is a solvent-based adhesion promoter used in combination with DINITROL glass primers for direct glazing in the automotive industry.

In combination with the primer DINITROL 530, the activator DINITROL 520 improves the adhesion on glass and lacquers.

  • Cleaning agent for bonding surfaces
  • Outstanding activator for the replacing of windscreens (together with DINITROL 530) and on metal and plastic (together with DINITROL 550)
  • Supports the long-term safety of windscreens with DINITROL adhesives
  • No labelling and training obligation according to Reach Regulation 1907/2006 as < 0.1 % monomeric diisocyanates
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Surface pretreatment / chemical, electrochemical
1-part systems
Glass & Ceramic Materials
Size of application area
mm²-/mm³range - precision parts
cm²-/cm³ range - component
Curing mechanisms
room temperature curing
moisture curing
Pot life @ +20/23°C - Minimum / seconds
31-59 sec
Processability (approx.)
≤ 5 minutes
(Mixed) viscosity
low viscosity
Packaging unit
small packaging unit (can, tube, etc.)
colour and colour fastness
Mobility - Land Transportation / vehicle exteriors
windscreen bondings

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