Instructions for the use of Substrate Bonder SB100 – supplied in 200 ml cartridges

Substrate Bonder SB100 is a rapid cure two-component polyurethane adhesive designed to develop high strength, highly flexible bonds between solid surface, engineered stone and various substrates.

Suggested uses where rapid cure and flexibility is required

Attaching reinforcing substrates to countertops
Bonding wall panels to various surfaces
Applying wood or dissimilar materials to Solid Surface, Engineered Stone, Natural Stone, Ceramic and other surfacing materials

1Place cartridge into dispenser.

2Before putting on the static mixer, dispense a little bit of the adhesive to balance the cartridge pistons and ensure both components are flowing from the outlet.

3Screw on the static mixer and dispense as required.

4The open time for this version is approximately 4 to 6 minutes; handling strength is 10 to 15 minutes.

5When finished, remove the tip and replace the cap. If the tip is left on materials may cross-contaminate and cure in the outlet creating a blockage.

Storage and handling:

Methacrylate Adhesives and Activators are flammable and can be dangerous if used improperly. Avoid skin and eye contact. In case of eye contact flush with water for 15 minutes and get medical attention. Keep away from sources of ignition. Before use or handling, consult the appropriate Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS). Information is supplied at time of initial purchase and may be requested from the manufacturer or downloaded from the product page. Store the adhesive in a cool area away from direct sunlight. High temperatures will reduce the shelf life of the adhesive and activator. Exposure of activators, including cartridges, which contain activators, above 100°F. rapidly diminishes the product’s reactivity and must be avoided. Refrigeration is an acceptable means to increase storage life, however freezing should be prevented. Shelf life results are based on constant temperature storage between 55–75°F (12–23°C).


Integra’s adhesives are supplied in kit form at the appropriate mix ratio. Always maintain this ratio when mixing. Excess activator will cause higher than normal exothermic temperatures. Avoid mixing large quantities or creating thick cross-sections (over 1/4 inch) as high temperatures may cause damage, skin burns and create the release of volatile vapors. To assure maximum bond strength, surfaces must be mated within the specified working time. Use sufficient material to ensure the joint is completely filled when parts are mated and clamped. All adhesive application and material positioning should occur before the working time of the mix has expired. After indicated working time, parts must remain undisturbed until the fixture time is reached. Automated equipment should be constructed of stainless steel. Avoid contact with copper or brass containing alloys in fittings. Seals and gaskets should be made of Teflon, ethylene/propylene or polyethylene. Clean-up is easiest before the adhesive has cured. If the adhesive is already cured, careful scraping, followed by a solvent wipe may be the most effective method of clean up.

Working time:

The working time information is provided as an estimate of the time between mixing and set up of the adhesive. The working time is effected by the mixing ratio, air temperature, adhesive temperature, and the substrate temperature as well as the shelf life condition of the adhesive. For best results, use the adhesive at temperatures between 60–85°F (15–30°C). High temperatures increase the cure rate while lower temperatures slow the cure. Use at temperatures below 55°F (12°C). may cause incomplete cure.