Designed to bond Polystyrene - Polygrab from Gemini Adhesives

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Designed to bond polystyrene, as well as other substrates, with no detrimental effects. 

PolyGrab has been developed to bond polystyrene and Insulation to a wide spectrum of substrates without distorting the polystyrene. Our formulation means that the adhesive strength and grab hasn’t been compromised in the process.


    Latex Carpets
    Most plastics and many more...

Gemini recognised that many of the polystyrene applications require not only a high temperature stability but a low one too. This is why PolyGrab is stable at Sub-Zero temperatures. For all your refrigeration and HVAC requirements.


    Does not distort or melt polystyrene
    Quick application
    Maintenance free
    Low odour
    CFC Free
    Portable system
    Clean to use
    Controllable spray pattern
    Very workable with a fast bond time and long open time
    Formulated to bond polystyrene to itself, or a wide range of substrates.

Technical Data:

Coverage: 17 sqm per kg
Temperature stability: 105
Spray type: Web (blue)
Glue solids: 28 - 30%
Shelf life: 12 months
Fire rating: 1
VOC rating: A+
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All surfaces to be bonded should be dry, clean, and dust and grease free. To apply Polygrab hold the gun parallel to the work surface and administer a generous coat of adhesive, coverage of at least 80 to 100% is recommended.

Before bringing the two surfaces together ensure that the adhesive is allowed to tack up, i.e. to be able to touch without transference to the fingers. You can now bring the surfaces together using uniform pressure and the work piece can be instantly handled.


Never turn the canister off until ready to connect a new canister; turning it off prematurely could result in the hose and gun becoming blocked.

If the gun will not spray:

    Check valve turned on at the canister
    Make sure gun wheel turned on
    Spray tip clear of any congealed adhesive
    Is there a blockage in the hose?