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About IRS 2129-1 Rubber Modified Epoxy Adhesive

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IRS 2129-1 Rubber Modified Epoxy Adhesive is a high performance black resin system. It is designed for the bonding of dissimilar materials, and is particularly suited to bonding rubber or bonding rubberised surfaces. The flow of the material has been modified to prevent ‘slump’ and cures to a semi-rigid finish, which is ideal to help prevent stresses in components and the bonding of materials in a dynamic environment. A two part system with a simple 1:2 mix ratio, it is supplied in a convenient side-by-side double syringe cartridge, complete with static mixing nozzles.

Features & Benefits

  • Bonds well to rubberised surfacesIRS2129 (
  • Excellent adhesion to a variety of metals, rubbers, GRP, wood, glass
  • Non-toxic
  • Thixotropic
  • High impact resistance
  • Very good adhesive to plastics like ABS, PVC, PC, PMMA
  • RoHS compliant


Mix ratio by weight 0.6:1
Mix ratio by volume 2:1
Viscosity Thixotropic
Colour Black
Specific gravity 1.01
Pot life 20 minutes @ 20°C
Cure schedule Bondline temperature
32 hours – full cure
16 hours – full cure
8 hours – full cure
Typical properties
Hardness, Shore A 90
Temperature range -50 to +140°C
Thermal conductivity 0.25 W/mK
Tensile strength 18 MPa
Compressive yield strength <10 MPa
Coefficient of linear expansion 80-100 ppm/C
Volume Resistivity 1.3 x 1012ohmm.cm
Electric strength 22 kV/mm
Water absorption (7 days @ 23°C) 0.35%


Lap shear adhesion
Aluminium to Aluminium 17.8 MPa
Copper to Copper 14.7 MPa
Stainless Steel 17.3 MPa
ABS to ABS 3.1 MPa
Nylon 6 to Nylon 6 4.3 MPa
Acrylic to Acrylic 2.6 MPa


Safety Data Sheets
For the latest SDS for this product, please e-mail msds@intertronics.co.uk

Other Information

Front cover of Structural Adhesives selector guide showing adhesive being dispensed with a handheld dispensing gun Structural Adhesives Selector Guide

Start your adhesive selection process by reading our Structural Adhesives Selector Guide, detailing different chemistries and material specifications.

Technical Guide - Adhesive Problem? What's the Cure? Adhesive Problem? What’s the Cure?

A guide to adhesive bonding, considering structural bonding and the criteria involved for successful assembly.


Our Technical Bulletins & Articles page has links to:

All Downloads

Filename Size Download
IRS 2129-1 Product Data Sheet 0.11MB Download
Double Syringe Cartridge Instructions 0.19MB Download
How Much Adhesive Will I Need? 0.15MB Download
Adhesive Problem? Whats the Cure? 0.38MB Download
Structural Adhesives Selector Guide 1.12MB Download

Ordering Information

IRS 2129-1 is available in a convenient side-by-side double syringe cartridge.

The IRS2129-1-50KIT contains a 50ml cartridge of epoxy, a Syringe Gun and three static mixing nozzles. It is ideal for product evaluations or small quantity users.

Part number Description
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Rubber Modified Epoxy Adhesive, Double Syringe Cartridge, 50ml
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Rubber Modified Epoxy Adhesive, Double Syringe Cartridge, 200ml
IDM805001 Dispensing Gun
IDM2N10 Static Mixing Nozzle (pkg 10)
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Rubber Modified Epoxy Adhesive Kit – contains 50ml cartridge of epoxy, a Syringe Gun and three static mixing nozzles

Storage: Store in the original unopened containers under cool dry conditions between 15° and 25°C.


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  • Last updated: January 2024
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