Uretech T-Lock
Thread Locking Adhesive
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Uretech T-Lock is a ultra low VOC, solvent free, low viscosity, one component modified polyurethane specially formulated as a locking adhesive for screw threads. It is used in the access flooring industry on pedestal threads and is supplied in an ‘applicator bottle’. When cured, Uretech T-Lock forms a hard film that ensures pedestal heads are secured.

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Uretech T-Lock is particularly suited as a locking adhesive for screw threads. It is used in the access flooring industry on pedestal threads to ‘lock’ the head in place and is more secure than using just a locking ring which can vibrate free. Uretech T-Lock, unlike most of its competitors, which often contain hazardous chlorinated solvents, is completely solvent free.

Uretech T-Lock is used straight from the special applicator bottle by pointing the tip towards the thread and gently squirting the product onto the thread. The product will flow along the thread and cure, locking the head to the thread.

Uretech T-Lock is supplied as a 250g unit in a special applicator bottle with spouted cap.

When used correctly a typical rate of 40 to 60 pedestals per 0.250kg Unit should be expected.

The condition of this product will determine the required method of disposal. Used containers with fully cured product remaining around the edges or bottom of the container should have the hazard label removed or obscured before disposal as general building waste. Uncured/Liquid product should be disposed of as hazardous waste.

Why choose Uretech T-Lock?

Removes need for locking rings

Speeds up pedestal securing

Cured product is not hazardous for disposal

Not hazardous for transport

GHS compliant labels and safety data sheet


Chemical and water resistant

Zero VOCs

Zero solvents

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