|New Super Seam Fabric Cement. Not compatible with original nitrate-based Super Seam. Used to attach Ceconite Fabric to structures. High solids nitrate based cement approved in the Ceconite STC.|
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Dried rubbery, didnt stick to the ribs. waste of money.
SUPER SEAM FABRIC CEMENT GAL
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Yes, Super Seam can be used to attach dacron to aluminum or other metals. Sure Seam is a very similar product just manufactured by a different company.
No, this is not heat activated.
Yes. MEK can be used to thin Super Seam cement.
Yes, Super Seam Cement can be used with Dacron fabric.
Yes, Super Seam can be used for this as long as it is recognized the strength of the bond is shear and not peel.
There isnt a minimum temp. The colder it is the longer it will take to cure.
Yes ekobond will glue Dacron to Dacron.
Poly-tak is the recommended fabric glue for the Poly Fiber system.
Yes this will work as long as the rings are plastic.
If it is used sparingly, yes. It needs access to air to dry.