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Tenax Domo 10 | Tenax
DOMO 10 is an epoxy glue bi-component. The product is produced in a special cartridge and a mixer which allows the correct extrusion of the product very easily. Once inserted in a proper 18:1 silicon pistol, the product is ready to be used.
RANGE OF USE
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Domo 10 is used to glue and repair the following materials: natural stones, ceramic, composite stone, concrete. It is also used to glue several different materials one another:
· For ceramic-stones
· Metal-stones metal properly scrabbled
· Metal-ceramic metal properly scrabbled
· Metal-concrete
· Glass-stones glass properly scrabbled
· Glass-ceramic glass properly scrabbled
Ideal also for fixing nail and metal parts and anchoring pivots, bolts and tie-beams.

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