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Old 11 February 2004, 11:13   #1
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Which glue to use

Hi all our club RIB 5mtr tornado, I think its about 10-12years old but not sure, but we need to glue some fittings back on boarding ropes ect, anyway last time I had any glue work to do on a RIB I use a 2 pack type on an ospray and it work a treat very strong job, but as far as I know RIB tubes are made from different materials so you have to have the correct glue, anybody know which one for the tornado.


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I'm pretty sure you need Bostik 2402. Give Barnet marine a call on 020 8449 4142 they will be able to help
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Thanks dan.

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Lawrence Lock is posting here as LAL BMC Ltd.. He can probably give you a direct answer.
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Hi Nick

I dont think it Bostik 2402 as this is for Hyperlon and Tornados are polyurethane.

It may work but I would check before using

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Thanks gary got an e-mail back today off barnet marine they say it they correct stuff, but thank anyway.

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Bostik 2402 may be what they use but it is an adhesive for use on hypalon and neoprene materials ,I think the correct two part polyureathane adhesive is bostik 3206 or phone polymarine and get the apollo equivalent of the same. PS why have they become unglued ??
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Ok called into polymarine today,they told me I will have to contact tornado with the boat number to find which material it is made of, nothing is simple is it, its the ropes on the side of the tubes some of them have come unstuck.

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If the patches have come unglued with no damage to the patches or tube then either wrong glue or method has been used when sticking them on . if they are fabric patches on a tornado they will be PU and should be reglued with pu glue.
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