3M™ Structural Bonding Tape 9259

3M ID B40069697
  • Design flexibility allows for use in a wide variety of roof ditch, body sheet metal, plastic, and steel clip designs, and eliminates the need to stamp holes or form upturned flanges in sheet metal
  • Ease of handling -- pre-applied to the clips; pressure sensitive adhesive holds clip position prior to the curing process; cures to full strength in the OEM paint process; and reduces the need to finesse sealer
  • Helps eliminate weld splash and risk of rust related to T-studs and alignment problems related to upturned flanges and T-studs
  • Excellent performance due to less degradation from plasticizer migration when using pumpable sealers
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  • Design flexibility allows for use in a wide variety of roof ditch, body sheet metal, plastic, and steel clip designs, and eliminates the need to stamp holes or form upturned flanges in sheet metal
  • Ease of handling -- pre-applied to the clips; pressure sensitive adhesive holds clip position prior to the curing process; cures to full strength in the OEM paint process; and reduces the need to finesse sealer
  • Helps eliminate weld splash and risk of rust related to T-studs and alignment problems related to upturned flanges and T-studs
  • Excellent performance due to less degradation from plasticizer migration when using pumpable sealers
  • Improved application time versus liquid adhesive
  • Provides high retention strength, while still allowing for serviceability when used in conjunction with a mechanical clip
  • Designed to cure with paint shop conditions

3M™ Structural Bonding Tape 9259 is formulated for the bonding of mechanical attachment clips to vehicle bodies and may be used to attach plastic or metal mechanical clips to e-coats, sealers or primers.

3M™ Structural Bonding Tape (SBT) 9259 is formulated for bonding of mechanical attachment clips to vehicle bodies. 3M SBT 9259 may be used to attach plastic or metal mechanical clips to e-coat, sealer or primer. It is applied as a pressure-sensitive tape, and then heat-cured to develop structural strength. The adhesive and foam of the tape are both made from epoxy-modified acrylic material.