S1220 is a low viscosity, two component, transparent structural adhesive for the high strength bonding of plastics and composites. It is particularly suited to repairing delaminated acrylic windows in caravans. This is our most popular product for delaminated caravan window repair as it is easy to use, dries clear and once cured forms a bond that is stronger than the window itself. If the window has a dotting pattern in the area that is being bonded S1220 is the product least likely to affect the pattern making the repair less obvious.
- One 25ml cartridge will bond approximately 1.5m in length.
- One mixer nozzle is provided with each 25ml cartridge.
- If you are using two or more cartridges, the mixer nozzle can be taken off the used cartridge and fitted to the new one to avoid loss of product in the nozzle.
- Extra mixer nozzles can be ordered in this caravan repair section.
- This adhesive is activated by heat so storage of the cartridge is important. We recommend that in Summer the cartridges are kept in the fridge and that repairs are undertaken in the cool of the morning or evening. In Winter it can be stored in a cool, dark location.
- Due to the dependance of this adhesive to be kept cool, in Summer any orders placed on a Friday will not be shipped until the Monday. This prevents the adhesive from sitting in the couriers uncontrolled warehouse for an extended period of time.
We have had 5 star reviews for this product:
"I was nervous of performing a repair on a de-laminated front centre caravan window. However with the S1220 it was a breeze. The application was simple and I allowed 12 hours for curing before re-installing, although I was able to handle after 45 minutes at a temperature of 10°C. Would recommend this product 100%"
"Excellent service,quick delivery.adhesive I bought worked superbly on my caravan window"
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As a conscientious company we feel we should let you know ….
One customer out of the thousands using S1220 has experienced a faint “coating” or web effect on the inside of the panes after bonding. This could possibly be caused by the adhesive vapours the panes reacting with moisture inside (using the vacuum cleaner may reduce this potential.) This may be due to a change in temperature causing slight condensation or the water based glass cleaner he used to clean the inside of the panes.
Unusure which of our window delamination products to use?? See our video below to help answer some of your questions.