RK-1300 No-Mix, High Strength Acrylic Glue 1kg Kit

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  • Info Image for our 1 kilogram Kits of RK-1300 Acrylic Adhesive. High strength structural adhesive for permanent bonds and joins.
  • 1kg Kits of RK-1300 Acrylic Adhesive. High strength structural adhesive for permanent bonds and joins. Especially good with metal sheets, ceramic, ferrites and many types of rigid plastic.
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Frequently bought together:


  • Thick, Pasty Acrylic Glue that can be applied to vertical or horizontal surfaces.
  • Cures fast to form very high strength bonds.
  • Very easy to use; apply the glue to one side, activator to the other and join.
  • Works with many types of materials including metal, most rigid plastics and ferrites.

RK-1300 Two-Part, No-Mix, High Strength Acrylic Glue is a high strength construction adhesive based on methyl methacrylate (MMA). It has a party consistency and is used to create very high strength bonds that have high impact, peel and shear strength.

RK-1300 is particularly well suited for joining larger surface areas. It works very well with metal (including both passive and active styles) and is also compatible with many types of rigid plastics (such as acrylic, polycarbonate and fibreglass) as well as ceramics and ferrites.

This industrial grade acrylic glue is very easy to use (the demo video shows this). Though it is a two-part adhesive, there’s no mixing or measuring involved. For close fitting joins (i.e. those with a bonding gap of 0.4mm or below), simply apply the activator to one side and spread.

Once done, apply the pasty glue to the other and join the two parts (for larger bonding gaps up to 0.8mm, apply the activator to both sides). The parts should be left seperate for at least 5 minutes before they are joined.

No mix procedure for RK-1300 High Strength Acrylic Glue.

Once the two bonding surfaces have been joined, the adhesive will set fast. At a room temperature of 20°C, RK-1300 Acrylic Glue achieves 35% cure in just 5 minutes and hits 50% of its final strength after 9 minutes. It will be fully cured within 24 hours.

One additional benefit of the adhesive + activator “No Mix” process used with this glue is time. Parts coated with just the adhesive can be stored for up to 30 days (at room temperature) without losing effectiveness. This could be a real benefit for anyone with multiple parts to bond as they can prep multiple items with just the adhesive before proceeding to apply the activator and join sequentially. 

Manufactured in Germany by Weicon, this high strength acrylic glue is able to withstand permanent exposure to temperatures up to 130°C (and as low as -50°C) once fully cured. It will also tolerate short-term spikes to +180°C. It has a beige colour after it is cured.

For more technical information on this high quality industrial strength acrylic adhesive, and details on surface pre-treatment and processing, we really do suggest consulting our RK-1300 Two-Part, No-Mix High Strength Acrylic Glue Technical Data Sheet.

Applications for RK-1300 Acrylic Glue

Because of its combination of very high strength, material compatibility and versatility in how it is applied, RK-1300 Acrylic Glue is used in a variety of industries and applications around the world. These include:

  • Vehicle construction and repairs.
  • Tool and mould making.
  • Furniture making and assembly.
  • Building and construction.
  • In the marine and boating industry.
  • Engineering and plant maintenance.
  • In the DIY and renovation sector.

RK-1300 Acrylic Adhesive Material Compatability.

  • Metals (such as coated metal, steel, aluminium, copper, zinc alloys and ferrites)
  • Plastics* (such as ABS, polystyrene, hard PVC, polycarbonate, Polyphenylene oxide and polyester moulding compounds)
  • Fibre Composite Materials (including GRP, CRP and fibreglass)
  • Wood and cellulose materials (e.g. MDF)
  • Glass, Ceramics and Stone

Please note Polyamide, PTFE and polyolefin may only be bonded after special treatment of the surface (e.g. low-pressure plasma, corona, flame impingement).

RK1300 Acrylic Adhesive Dowloands & Resources

RK-1300 Technical Characteristics

Basis Methyl Methacrylate (MMA)
Colour After Curing Beige
Density of the Mixture 1.2 g/cm³
Viscosity of the Mixture 21,000 MPa
Application Procedure No Mix
Composition Pasty
Handing Strength (35% of Final) 6 Minutes
Capable of Bearing Mechanical Loads
(50% of Final)
9 Minutes
Processing Temperature +10°C to +40°C
Curing Temperature +18°C
Fully Cured (100%) 24 Hours
Adhesive Gap Bridging 0.4mm – 0.8mm
Temperature Resistance
(After Curing)
-50°C to +130°C
(+180° Short-Term)
IMPA Code 81 29 91
ISSA Code 75.629.52
Shear Strength (According to DIN 53281)
Aluminium 20 N/mm²
Sand Blasted Steel 25 N/mm²
Stainless Steel 25 N/mm²
Polycarbonate 10 N/mm²
PMMA 9 N/mm²
ABS 6 N/mm²
Hard PVC 7 N/mm²
Fibreglass Reinforced Polyester 16 N/mm²
Fibreglass Reinforced Epoxy 24 N/mm²
Polyamide 6.6 2 N/mm²

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Additional Information

Container Size:
One Part / Two Part:
Two Part
21,000 MPas (Mixed)
Minimum Continuous Temperature:
Maximum Continuous Temperature:
Short-Term Temperature Resistance:
Max. Gap Covering Power:
0.4mm – 0.8mm
Handling Strength (35% of Final):
6 Minutes
Full Cure Time:
24 Hours
Shear Strength to Aluminium:
20 N/mm² (DIN 53281)
Shear Strength to ABS Plastic:
6 N/mm² (DIN 53281)
Shear Strength to Polyamide 6.6:
2 N/mm² (DIN 53281)
Food Grade / Potable Water Approvals?:
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