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Catalog Number: PP3UV

  • Provides the "Bite" to EPDM (Rubber) and PVC (Plastic) Trim Moldings

  • Required Where Moldings Represent Part of the Bonding Area

  • Guide to Proper Installations

  • CRL POWR 300 Series Urethane EPDM/PVC Primer is formulated for bonding to EPDM/PVC moldings where they are part of the bonding area.

    CRL POWR 300 Series Automotive Urethane EPDM/PVC Primer


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    PP3UV CRL POWR 300 Series Automotive Urethane EPDM/PVC Primer

    Catalog Number:PP3UV
    Also Available in These Catalogs:
    CRL43 Auto Glass Tools and Hardware, PAGE A113
    CRL03 Sealants, Adhesives, and Fasteners, PAGE N485
    Packaging:3.38 fl. oz. (100 ml)
    Shelf Life:9 Months
    Application Temperature
    Lynx Test:
    40 to 100°F (5 to 38°C)
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    Ship Via:Hazardous Material - No Air Shipments
    Shipping Weight:1 lb (454g)
    Case Qty:8
    Minimum Order:1 Each

    The CRL POWR 300 Series Urethane EPDM/PVC PrimerPP3UV is used for bonding to encapsulated parts and moldings. CRL POWR 300 Series Urethane Pinchweld Primer PP3MP is for application to bare metal scratches, and rust repaired or repainted pinchwelds prior to bonding. Use PWR22 CRL Automotive Glass Cleaner to clean the glass and bonding area of the glass to remove any contamination.

    By using these products, the strongest possible bond will be attained. Complete detailed instructions are printed on every cartridge.

    Use only with P0WR 300 Series Urethanes

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