Product Description

Normac 600R plastic cement is a two component, room temperature curing, urethane dissolved in an acetone/toluene blend of solvents.  Addition of the proportioned Normac R Hardener (cross-linking agent) accelerates cure and improved adhesive strength.

Mix Ratio:                      600R
R Hardener                         
                                      100 8                                     


Package Sizes

Packaged/Sold by Weight

375 grams (500 ml can)         +      1 x 40 gm
750 grams (1000 ml can)       +      1 x 80 gm
  3 kg. (4 litre pail)                +      3 x 80 gm
15 kg. (20 litre pail)              +     15 x 80 gm 


Clear, translucent, honey-like liquid  


Specific Gravity
0.8650       6900 cps    


Chemical Resistance
pH 3 to pH 11 is considered a range of use for Normac 600R.  For chemical resistance at lower or higher pH levels it is advisable to evaluate test samples.  
Oil Resistance          
Operating Temperature
Excellent                          -45oC to 93oC (-50oF to 200oF)


Application Life  
Shelf Life                   
4 - 6 hours @ 21oC (70oF)        >12 months in unopened containers    


Store in a cool, dry area , away from open flame, sparks and direct sunlight.  Store as a flammable liquid in accordance with local rules and regulations.  


Normac 600R is a flammable product in shipping, storage and application. Flash point = 25oC (13oF).  Use away from sources of heat, sparks and flame such as welding and burning.

Safety Handling & Toxicity

See Normac BR-3TM Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific information.


Download - 600R MSDS Sheet


For best adhesion, roughen up the substrate with stiff bristled, rotating wire brush on an electric drill of 1400 RPM or less or slow speed disc sander with an aluminum oxide sanding disc of 36 grit or higher.  In some cases Normac 600R will bond successfully without surface preparation which can only be determined through test trials.

Thoroughly mix the appropriate amount of Normac R Hardener to the cement.  This mixture will give the applicator 4-6 hours pot life before cross-linking is completed.  Apply a brush coat on each surface to be bonded and let dry until tacky.  Adhere both surfaces and stitch down or apply pressure.  The maximum bond strength will develop to its optimum in 2-3 days, however, initial bond strengths will be sufficiently high after 3-4 hours for light service.  Should the surfaces of contact become dry, the cement may become reactivated and full strength bonds can be obtained by applying heat (60-70oC) to previous adhered substrates.  This will of course depend on their respective thickness.  Trials if possible, are recommended before production to determine the suitability of this compound with individual materials and to determine the preferred method of application.


2m2  per kg. (9.78 ft.2  per lb.) theoretical yield Methyl Ethyl Ketone (MEK), Acetone, Toluol




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