The Proven Superglue for Strain Gauges
X60 is the proven cold curing superglue for experimental tests, porous materials, and use at low temperatures. X60 adhesive is very easy to use and is also suitable for fixing cables and sensors in place.
X60 superglue, consisting of methylmetacrylate, is the first choice for typical experimental applications in strain gauge installation. It can be used on porous materials (concrete, cast-iron, wood, ceramics, among others) and also on smooth surfaces. X60 can even be used at very low, cryogenic temperatures up to -200°C.
The adhesive consists of two components, which makes it very easy to use in a practical setting: Component A is in the form of a powder that is added with a measuring spoon (included). Component B, a liquid, is measured simply by counting drops. The adhesive is mixed in the accompanying container, which makes it easy to adjust its consistency.
The following are two types of complete packages available:
Both complete packages already include the accessories required for strain gauge installation—stirring containers, stirrers, cellophane foil, measuring spoon, operating manual and safety data sheets. *The specified quantities are approximate recommended values only, as adhesive consumption also partly depends on the size of the strain gauges being used.