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BETAPRIME™ 5504G

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Personal & Vehicle Protection

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Personal Protection (PPE)

Vehicle Protection

Caution: primers, cleaning solvents and urethane adhesives may permanently adhere to and stain an interior or exterior surface if spilled or dripped on the customer’s vehicle. It may be difficult to remove these materials without damaging a surface

Glass Preparation

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Glass Cleaning

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Cleaning preparation for most replacement glass:

  1. Spray glass bonding surface and vision area with BETACLEAN™ GC-800.
  2. Wipe glass clean with a lint-free paper towel taking care not to drag dirt from the center onto the bonding surface.
  3. Inspect replacement glass for defects or damage or signs of contamination.
  4. Many contaminants are difficult to detect and remove. Use of BETABRADE™ F1 to remove difficult contamination is recommended.
    1. Shake BETABRADE™ F1 bottle for 10 seconds.
    2. Apply 2mm thin line of BETABRADE™ F1 around entire glass bonding area.
    3. Scrub the bonding area with a lint-free paper towel until dry.
    4. Spray entire windshield with BETACLEAN™ GC-800 and wipe clean with a lint-free paper towel to ensure it is clean and free of any traces of BETABRADE™ F1 in the bondline.

NOTE: Traces of BETABRADE™ F1 outside of bonding areas will not affect the adhesive bond.

PAAS & Encapsulation Cleaning

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Cleaning PAAS, RIM or PVC encapsulated bonding surfaces:

  1. Spray encapsulation with BETACLEAN™ GC-800.
  2. Scrub area vigorously with abrasive pad (light scrubbing on PAAS), then wipe clean with a lint-free paper towel.
  3. Do not use BETABRADE™ F1 on encapsulated surfaces.
     

Glass, PAAS & Encapsulation Bonding

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Once glass is clean, follow these priming steps:

  1. Check the expiration date on the container.
  2. The primer bottle no longer requires shaking*

For fritted glass and encapsulated bonding surfaces:

  1. Apply BETAPRIME™ 5504G with a clean wool dauber in one even, wet coat, moving the dauber in the same direction.
  2. Allow primer to dry for 2 minutes at 20˚F (-7˚C) and above. From 20˚F (-7˚C) down to 0˚F (-18˚C), allow primer to dry for 10 minutes.

For non-fritted glass (internal or external):

  1. Apply BETAPRIME™ 5504G with a clean wool dauber in one even, wet coat moving the dauber in the same direction.
  2. Allow primer to dry for 2 minutes at 20˚F (-7˚C) and above. From 20˚F (-7˚C) down to 0˚F (-18˚C), allow primer to dry for 10 minutes.
  3. Apply a second coat of BETAPRIME™ 5504G and allow primer to dry for 2 minutes at 20˚F (-7˚C) and above. From 20˚F (-7˚C)
    down to 0˚F (-18˚C), allow primer to dry for 10 minutes.

NOTE: In cold temperatures, BETAPRIME™ 5504G may have a wet appearance – this is normal as long as proper dry times are followed.  

*Advanced formulation BETAPRIME™ 5504G All-in-One Primer no longer requires shaking. However, shaking won’t have a negative effect on the performance.


Body Preparation

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Body Cleaning

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Body Preparation

Cleaning the vehicle body:

  1. Remove all trim and moldings.
  2. Remove glass using the preferred method.
  3. Clean any dirty areas on the bonding surface with BETACLEAN™ GC-800 or water and a lint-free paper towel to remove all dust, dirt and debris.
  4. Trim existing urethane bead down to 1-2 mm.

Bare Metal Body Priming

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Once clean and dry, the pinchweld can be primed:

  1. Check the expiration date on the container.
  2. The primer bottle no longer requires shaking*

CAUTION: Do not reinsert (double dip) the dauber into the primer bottle if it has touched the body of the vehicle. This could contaminate the remaining primer in the bottle.

For priming any areas of bare metal (large or small, including scratches):

  1. Apply one coat of BETAPRIME™ 5504G with a clean wool dauber to to any scratches or large areas of bare metal.
  2. Allow primer to fully dry for 2 minutes at 20°F (-7°C) and above. From 20°F (-7°C) down to 0°F (-18°C), allow primer to dry for 10 minutes.
  3. Apply a second coat of BETAPRIME™ 5504G and allow primer to dry for 2 minutes at 20˚F (-7˚C) and above. From 20˚F (-7˚C) down to 0˚F (-18˚C), allow primer to dry for 10 minutes.

NOTE: Scratches well outside of the bonding area do not have to be completely dry at the time of installation

*Advanced formulation BETAPRIME™ 5504G All-in-One Primer no longer requires shaking. However, shaking won’t have a negative effect on the performance.

Painted Metal Body Priming

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Once clean and dry, the pinchweld can be primed:

  1. Check the expiration date on the container.
  2. The primer bottle no longer requires shaking*

CAUTION: Do not reinsert (double dip) the dauber into the primer bottle if it has touched the body of the vehicle. This could contaminate the remaining primer in the bottle.

For priming painted bonding surfaces (no bare metal):

  1. Apply one coat of BETAPRIME™ 5504G with a clean wool dauber to the painted area where original adhesive may have peeled off or to extend the bonding area when applying adhesive to the glass part.
  2. Allow primer to dry for 2 minutes at 20˚F (-7˚C) and above. From 20˚F (-7˚C) down to 0˚F (-18˚C), allow primer to dry for 10 minutes.

NOTE: In cold temperatures, BETAPRIME™ 5504G may have a wet appearance – this is normal as long as proper dry times are followed.

*Advanced formulation BETAPRIME™ 5504G All-in-One Primer no longer requires shaking. However, shaking won’t have a negative effect on the performance.

Corrosion Treatment

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Preventing Corrosion

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Pinchweld Scratches in Paint/E-coat Utility Knife

When trimming the existing bead of adhesive, be aware of where the end of the knife is – adjust the blade as necessary

Pinchweld Scratches in Paint/E-coat

Warning: deep scratches made in the paint during relief or plunge cuts may be inaccessible to primers used in touch up. The scratched area will corrode over time. Not scratching the area is the only sure way to avoid corrosion.

Identifying Corrosion Levels

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There are four levels of corrosion:

Light Oxidation

Light oxidation – light metal discoloration, orange in color – remove with abrasive wheel or grinding stone

Moderate Oxidation

Moderate oxidation – some red spots – remove with an abrasive wheel, grinding stone or by media blasting

Severe Oxidation

Severe oxidation – deep pitting with dark red spots with raised edges – remove with an abrasive wheel, grinding stone or media blasting

Perforation

Perforation – varies from holes in metal to loss of metal thickness – replace panel

Corrosion Treatment

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NOTE: wire brushes should not be used on any corrosion over level 1

Adhesive Application

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Applicator Position

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Conventional- and Advanced-Cure Adhesives

Bead Shape

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Round Bead Laid on top of, Not Pressed INTO Trimmed Urethane BeadTrimmed Urethane BeadHigh Potential for Trapped Air Bubbles/Poor “Wet-out” of Urethane to GlassPoor Penetration of Urethane into Trimmed Urethane BeadExcellent Penetration of V-shaped Bead of New Urethane into Trimmed Urethane BeadV-shaped Bead Squeezes Air from Bead as Glass is DeckedDecked Bead Makes Complete Contact with Bonding Surfaces with No Wasted Adhesive

Pre-Applied Adhesive System (PAAS)

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Pre-applied Adhesive Bonding Surface (apply BETAPRIME 5504G or 5404A here)Depth-setting Leg & Water-management FlapNew Urethane Adhesive Applied Taller Than Depth-setting LegThin Layer of Freshly Trimmed Original UrethaneGlass Decked to Proper HeightToo Much Adhesive Here Will Produce Excessive Squeeze Out

Recordkeeping

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Problem Solving

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Adhesive Pulling Away From Glass

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Additional Questions to Ask Possible Cause
Was a primed or primerless-to-glass adhesive used?
  1. Primed adhesive was used without glass primer
Which primer was used on glass?
  1. Body primer was used on glass (will effect primed or primerless adhesive)
  2. Proper primer was not shaken, applied too thin or past open or shelf life
Which manufacturer manufactured the glass and which frit (if any) was used?
  1. Thin layer of frit may be peeling (delaminating) from the glass taking the adhesive or adhesive primer with it
  2. Lack of frit and any additional black glass primer may be passing an excessive amount of UV Light degrading the adhesive
How was the glass cleaned and what products were used?
  1. Ineffective cleaning could leave contaminate present leading to release
  2. Use of chemicals or solvents could prevent proper bonding
  3. Primer or adhesive applied over wet surface could prevent proper bonding

Corrosion on Flange or Pinchweld

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Additional Questions to Ask Possible Cause
Is this the original installation or has it been replaced before
  1. Previous installation left the paint damaged and it was not sealed during the installation with paint or adhesive primer
  2. Flaws in original paint on the pinchweld or flange

Adhesive Pulling Away From Flange or Pinchweld

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Additional Questions to Ask Possible Cause
Which body primer was used on the pinchweld or flange?
  1. Incorrect body primer was used on the pinchweld or flange
Was adhesive body primer applied to painted areas of the pinchweld before applying new adhesive?
  1. No body primer was used on the pinchweld or flange
Was aperture cleaned before applying body primer?
  1. Dirt prevented body primer from bonding to the pinchweld or flange

Air Noise and Water Leaks

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Additional Questions to Ask Possible Cause
Did the adhesive make proper contact with entire perimeter of glass and body?
  1. Application of new adhesive may be the wrong shaped bead (round?)
  2. Bead height may be insufficent to make proper contact with glass or body
Were there any gaps in the body or molding allowing leakage around the adhesive?
  1. Body seams or bead of new adhesive may cross molding to allow air or water leakage
Were all joints in the adhesive seamed (tooled) completely?
  1. Over-tooling of new adhesive may have created small gaps in attempt to close large one
  2. Joint may need additional adhesive to fill joint
  3. More attention may need to paid to tooling joints

Molding Releasing From Glass

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Additional Questions to Ask Possible Cause
What type/brand of molding was used?
  1. Adhesive may have "skinned" over before molding was inserted
  2. Molding may have been stretched while applying to glass and shrinkage is pulling it loose at corners
  3. Adhesive may be too thick to flow into edges and fins to cure and create mechanical bond
Was this a "universal" type molding from a bulk roll?
Are all clips and other mechanical fasteners in place?
  1. Glass may have too large a gap at top of glass and is allowing molding to come loose at top center
  2. Key fasteners at center or corners may be missing or broken putting uneven stress on the molding
Is the glass too small or large?

FAQs

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Glass Preparation

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What happens when a primerless-to-glass adhesive is used with glass primer?

- As long as it is the correct primer for the bonding surface and the adhesive, there will be no problem. Improper application of the primer could lead to a poor bond regardless of it being primed-to-glass and primerless-to-glass products.

Can a clean paper towel or rag be used to apply primers to the body or glass?

- Always use a clean unused wool dauber/felt to apply primers. Absorbent materials such as paper towels and rags do well to absorb primer but apply it to surfaces poorly.

Does the glass and body primer need to be shaken for each job?

- Advanced formulation BETAPRIME™ 5504G All-in-One Primer no longer requires shaking. However, shaking won’t have a negative effect on the performance. (NOTE: BETAPRIME™ CLEAR does not need to be shaken before use.)

Body Preparation

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Can a clean paper towel or rag be used to apply primers to the body or glass?

- Always use a clean unused wool dauber/felt to apply primers. Absorbent materials such as paper towels and rags absorb primer well but apply it to surfaces poorly.

Does the glass and body primer need to be shaken for each job?

- Advanced formulation BETAPRIME™ 5504G All-in-One Primer no longer requires shaking. However, shaking won’t have a negative effect on the performance. (NOTE: BETAPRIME™ CLEAR does not need to be shaken before use.)

Adhesives

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Why is it recommended to use a V- or triangle-shaped bead when dispensing adhesive?

- A V- or triangle-shaped bead provides maximum “wet-out” of the adhesive. It pushes air out and minimizes leaks. A V- or triangle-shaped bead also uses less adhesive versus a round bead with the same contact area. The V- or triangle-shaped bead should be at least 2/3 as wide as the bead is tall to avoid the bead rolling over.

What happens if a bead of adhesive on the glass or body is left longer than the recommended working time?

- Polyurethane adhesives start to skin once exposed to the elements. After the stated working time (on technical data sheet) the skin will impede proper wet-out and link-up to the bonding surface.

How can the cured adhesive be removed?

- Cured BETASEAL™ adhesives need primer to bond to painted surfaces or plastics. If the cured adhesive is on unprimed (non-glass) surfaces and has not linked up, they might be able to be rubbed off. It is best to clean the uncured adhesive from unintended surfaces with solvent before it cures.

What is the best way to store BETASEAL™ adhesives?

- BETASEAL™ adhesive packages should be stored so as to keep the packaging dry and damage free. Material should be stacked only to a nominal height to avoid crushing the packages on the bottom.

At what temperatures should BETASEAL™ adhesives be stored?

- BETASEAL™ adhesives should be stored for extended periods at an ambient temperature that does not continuously exceed 110°F (43.3°C) to maintain the stated shelf life marked on the packaging.

Instructional Videos

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BETABRADE™ F1

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BETAPRIME™ 5504G

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BETASEAL™ 0°ne™

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BETASEAL™ Express

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BETASEAL™ U-400HMNC

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BETASEAL™ U-418HV

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Relative humidity Temperature (˚F) (cure times in hours)
  40-50 50-60 60-70 70-80 80-90 90-100 100-110 110+
> 90% 6 5 4 4 3 2 2 2
70-90% 7 5 4 4 3 2 2 2
50-70% 7 5 4 4 3 3 2 2
30-50% 8 6 5 4 4 4 4 4
10-30% 8 6 5 4 4 4 4 4

BETASEAL™ U-418

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Relative humidity Temperature (˚F) (cure times in hours)
  40-50 50-60 60-70 70-80 80-90 90-100 100-110 110+
> 90% 13 8 6 5 4 3 3 3
70-90% 15 13 10 7 5 3 3 3
50-70% 24 17 13 8 5 4 4 3
30-50% 24 24 19 13 8 6 5 5
10-30% 24 24 23 23 20 17 15 9

BETAPRIME™ 5500/5500SA

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Warning: The order and placement of each primer are imperative to molecular bonding and safe installation. Using the wrong primer can cause molecular failure and a weak bond. Always follow proper bonding procedures as outlined in this guide and replace color-coded caps on the proper bottles to reduce risks.

Warning: Never use butyl primers with urethane adhesives. They are not compatible and will cause bond failure. Use the same brand of glass cleaner, urethane prep, primer and adhesive to ensure compatibility.

Warning: Avoid inhalation of solvent vapors and eye contact. Always use primers in well-ventilated areas. Observe health and safety procedures.

BETAPRIME™ 5504G

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All-in-One Primer

One primer for nearly all your windshield-replacement needs

Instructions for preparing the replacement windshield

Instructions for preparing the vehicle body

Warning: The order and placement of each primer are imperative to molecular bonding and safe installation. Using the wrong primer can cause molecular failure and a weak bond. Always follow proper bonding procedures as outlined in this guide and replace color-coded caps on the proper bottles to reduce risks.

Warning: Never use butyl primers with urethane adhesives. They are not compatible and will cause bond failure. Use the same brand of glass cleaner, urethane prep, primer and adhesive to ensure compatibility.

Warning: Avoid inhalation of solvent vapours and eye contact. Always use primers in well-ventilated areas. Observe health and safety procedures.

Glass Preparation

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Cleaning preparation for most replacement glass:

  1. Betabrade F1Thoroughly clean the replacement windshield, first with BETABRADE™ F1 then with BETACLEAN™ GC-800.

Once glass is clean, follow these priming steps:

  1. Check the expiration date on the container.
  2. The primer bottle no longer requires shaking*

For fritted glass and encapsulated bonding surfaces:

  1. BETAPRIME 5504GApply BETAPRIME™ 5504G with a clean wool dauber in one, even, wet coat, moving the dauber in the same direction.
  2. Allow primer to fully dry for 2 minutes at 20 ̊F (-7 ̊C) and above. From 20 ̊F (-7 ̊C) down to 0 ̊F (-18 ̊C), allow primer to dry for 10 minutes.

For non-fritted glass (internal or external):

  1. BETAPRIME 5504GApply BETAPRIME™ 5504G with a clean wool dauber in one, even, wet coat, moving the dauber in the same direction.
  2. Allow primer to fully dry.
  3. Apply a second coat of BETAPRIME™ 5504G and allow to fully dry.
NOTE: In cold temperatures, BETAPRIME™ 5504G may have a wet appearance – this is normal as long as proper dry times are followed.

*Advanced formulation BETAPRIME™ 5504G All-in-One Primer no longer requires shaking. However, shaking won’t have a negative effect on the performance.

Body Preparation

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Cleaning the vehicle body:

  1. CleaningRemove all trim and moldings. Remove glass using the preferred method.
  2. Clean any dirty areas on the bonding surface with BETACLEAN™ GC-800 or water and a lint-free paper towel to remove all dust, dirt and debris.
  3. Trim existing urethane bead down to 1-2mm.

Once clean and dry, the pinchweld can be primed:

  1. Check the expiration date on the container.
  2. Advanced formulation BETAPRIME™ 5504G no longer requires shaking*

CAUTION: Do not reinsert (double dip) the dauber into the primer bottle if it has touched the body of the vehicle. This could contaminate the remaining primer in the bottle.

For priming scratches and large areas of bare metal to prevent corrosion

  1. Apply one coat of BETAPRIME™ 5504G with a clean wool dauber to any large areas of bare metal.
  2. Allow primer to fully dry for 2 minutes at 20°F (-7°C) and above. From 20°F (-7°C) down to 0°F (-18°C), allow primer to dry for 10 minutes.
  3. Apply a second coat of BETAPRIME™ 5504G and allow primer to fully dry.

NOTE: Scratches well outside of the bonding area do not have to be completely dry at the time of installation.

For priming painted bonding surfaces (no bare metal):

  1. Pinchweld PrimingApply one coat of BETAPRIME™ 5504G with a clean wool dauber to the painted area where original adhesive may have peeled off or to extend the bonding area when applying adhesive to the glass part.
  2. Allow primer to fully dry.

NOTE: In cold temperatures, BETAPRIME™ 5504G may have a wet appearance – this is normal as long as proper dry times are followed.

*Advanced formulation BETAPRIME™ 5504G All-in-One Primer no longer requires shaking. However, shaking won’t have a negative effect on the performance.

BETAPRIME™ 5404A

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Warning: The order and placement of each primer are imperative to molecular bonding and safe installation. Using the wrong primer can cause molecular failure and a weak bond. Always follow proper bonding procedures as outlined in this guide and replace color-coded caps on the proper bottles to reduce risks.

Warning: Never use butyl primers with urethane adhesives. They are not compatible and will cause bond failure. Use the same brand of glass cleaner, urethane prep, primer and adhesive to ensure compatibility.

Warning: Avoid inhalation of solvent vapors and eye contact. Always use primers in well-ventilated areas. Observe health and safety procedures.

BETACLEAN™ GC-800

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Follow these simple steps to ensure the best possible bond:

  1. Make sure the bonding surface is free of all contamination.
  2. Examine the bond area of the glass for visible contamination such as stickers, tape, dust, dirt and fingerprints.
  3. Remove contaminants and clean with BETACLEAN™ GC-800 Glass Cleaner.
  4. When BETACLEAN™ GC-800 is applied, look for migration or a change in appearance of the cleaner on the bonding surface.

BETABRADE™ F1

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BETABRADE™ F1 is a simple, easy-to-use, time-saving application. It's visible on the glass so you can make sure you've applied it thoroughly. BETABRADE™ F1 requires no spraying or atomization to enhance technician safety.

The fast, easy, sure way to get rid of silicone contamination:

  1. Shake the BETABRADE™ F1 container.
  2. Apply a small quantity of BETABRADE™ F1 directly onto the entire bonding area.
  3. Using a lint-free paper towel, gently scrub the bonding area in a back-and-forth motion.
  4. Spray the treated area with BETACLEAN™ GC-800 Glass Cleaner again to confirm that the contamination is removed and the glass is otherwise clean and free of any traces of BETABRADE™ F1.
  5. If any contamination remains, repeat the procedure.

BETAPRIME™ 5201

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BETAPRIME™ 5201 application instructions

Apply BETAPRIME™ 5201 after the corrosion is removed and the bare metal is ready for priming:

  1. Clean metal surface using your preferred method making sure to rough up edges of painted areas.
  2. Wipe area to be primed with a clean, paper towel dampened with 100% pure acetone.
  3. Allow two (2) minutes to flash.
  4. Shake BETAPRIME™ 5201 Bare Metal Etch Primer for at least one (1) minute before application.
  5. Using a clean, unused dauber, apply an even coat of BETAPRIME™ 5201.
  6. Replace cap on bottle immediately
  7. Allow at least 15 minutes for material to dry. Metal and air must be at least 40°F (4.4°C) for material to flash.
  8. Apply a coat of BETAPRIME™ 5404A on top of the primed area, making sure to completely cover BETAPRIME™ 5201 etching primer.
  9. Replace inner seal and cap on bottle immediately.
  10. Allow a minimum of six (6) minutes for the primer to dry.
  11. Install the windshield using BETASEAL™ urethane adhesive and the preferred method.

Warning: The order and placement of each primer are imperative to molecular bonding and safe installation. Using the wrong primer can cause molecular failure and a weak bond. Always follow proper bonding procedures as outlined in this guide and replace color-coded caps on the proper bottles to reduce risks.

Warning: Never use butyl primers with urethane adhesives. They are not compatible and will cause bond failure. Use the same brand of glass cleaner, urethane prep, primer and adhesive to ensure compatibility.

Warning: Avoid inhalation of solvent vapors and eye contact. Always use primers in well-ventilated areas. Observe health and safety procedures.

Other Products

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U-428 Plus and U-838

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Minimum Drive-Away Times
Relative humidity Temperature (˚F) (cure times in hours)
  40-50 50-60 60-70 70-80 80-90 >90
> 70% 12 8 7 6 5 4
50-70% 12 8 7 7 5 5
30-50% 12 9 8 7 7 7
10-30% 12 9 8 7 7 7

BETACLEAN™ U-424 Urethane Adhesive Cleaner

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U-422 Daubers and U-420 Daubers for Primers

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BETASEAL™ EZKits

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BETAPRIME™ Clear

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Warning: The order and placement of each primer are imperative to molecular bonding and safe installation. Using the wrong primer can cause molecular failure and a weak bond. Always follow proper bonding procedures as outlined in this guide and replace color-coded caps on the proper bottles to reduce risks.

Warning: Never use butyl primers with urethane adhesives. They are not compatible and will cause bond failure. Use the same brand of glass cleaner, urethane prep, primer and adhesive to ensure compatibility.

Warning: Avoid inhalation of solvent vapors and eye contact. Always use primers in well-ventilated areas. Observe health and safety procedures.

Minimum Drive-Away Times

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BETASEAL™ U-418HV
Relative humidity Temperature (˚F) (cure times in hours)
  40-50 50-60 60-70 70-80 80-90 >90
> 70% 7 5 4 4 3 2
50-70% 7 5 4 4 3 3
30-50% 8 6 5 4 4 4
10-30% 8 6 5 4 4 4


BETASEAL™ U-418
Relative humidity Temperature (˚F) (cure times in hours)
  40-50 50-60 60-70 70-80 80-90 >90
> 70% 15 13 10 7 5 3
50-70% 24 17 13 8 5 4
30-50% 24 24 19 13 8 6
10-30% 24 24 23 23 20 17


BETASEAL™ U-428 Plus and BETASEAL™ U-838 Primerless Urethane
Relative humidity Temperature (˚F) (cure times in hours)
  40-50 50-60 60-70 70-80 80-90 >90
> 70% 12 8 7 6 5 4
50-70% 12 8 7 7 5 5
30-50% 12 9 8 7 7 7
10-30% 12 9 8 7 7 7


Note: BETASEAL U-400HMNC has a 2-hour drive away time in temperatures 20°F (-7°C) and above. BETASEAL™ 0˚ne™ and BETASEAL™ Express have a 1 hour minimum drive-away time in temperatures 0˚F and above regardless of relative humidity.

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Madison, MS USA

Phone: 601-209-0331

Email: ddalebarham@aol.com

Danny Cypret

City: Lubbock, TX USA

Phone: 806-548-1909

Email: dannycypret@suddenlink.net

Louisiana

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Dale Barham

Madison, MS USA

Phone: 601-209-0331

Email: ddalebarham@aol.com

Danny Cypret

City: Lubbock, TX USA

Phone: 806-548-1909

Email: dannycypret@suddenlink.net

Manitoba

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Perry Johnson

Plymouth, MN USA

Phone: 612-859-2436

Email: perryjohnsonllc@comcast.net

Maryland

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Jeff Martineau

Ellington, CT USA

Phone: 860-573-4187

Email: Jeff@claritysalesassociates.com

Michigan

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Jeff Bull

Centerville, OH USA

Phone: 937-974-2037

Email: jeff@jbullassociates.com

Mississippi

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Dale Barham

Madison, MS USA

Phone: 601-209-0331

Email: ddalebarham@aol.com

Danny Cypret

City: Lubbock, TX USA

Phone: 806-548-1909

Email: dannycypret@suddenlink.net

Missouri

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Greg Kelly

Overland Park, KS USA

Phone: 913-488-9801

Email: Gkelly411@gmail.com

Minnesota

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Perry Johnson

Plymouth, MN USA

Phone: 612-859-2436

Email: perryjohnsonllc@comcast.net

Montana

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Perry Johnson

Plymouth, MN USA

Phone: 612-859-2436

Email: perryjohnsonllc@comcast.net

 

Dave Jonson

Bellevue, WA USA

Phone: 206-818-5182

Email: davej@cascadia-ma.com

Nebraska

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Greg Kelly

Overland Park, KS USA

Phone: 913-488-9801

Email: Gkelly411@gmail.com

Nevada

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Jaime Mendoza

Claremont, CA USA

Phone: 909-229-9584

Email: jmsales.jm@gmail.com

New Brunswick

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Marc Pirson

Ste Brigitte des Saults, PQ Canada

Phone: 514-239-2343

Email: pirsonm@netco.ca

Massachusetts

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Jeff Martineau

Ellington, CT USA

Phone: 860-573-4187

Email: Jeff@claritysalesassociates.com

New Foundland

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Marc Pirson

Ste Brigitte des Saults, PQ Canada

Phone: 514-239-2343

Email: pirsonm@netco.ca

New Jersey

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Jeff Martineau

Ellington, CT USA

Phone: 860-573-4187

Email: Jeff@claritysalesassociates.com

New Mexico

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Brad Hendricks

Arvada, CO USA

Phone: 303-641-4867

Email: bjhendricks@earthlink.net

New York

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Jeff Martineau

Ellington, CT USA

Phone: 860-573-4187

Email: Jeff@claritysalesassociates.com

North Carolina

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Dave DeWalt

Sylvester, GA USA

Phone: 772-708-6296

Email: davidadewalt@gmail.com

Bill Stanfield

McLeansville, NC USA

Phone: 336-402-2348

Email: williamstanfield@bellsouth.net

North Dakota

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Perry Johnson

Plymouth, MN USA

Phone: 612-859-2436

Email: perryjohnsonllc@comcast.net

Nova Scotia

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Marc Pirson

Ste Brigitte des Saults, PQ Canada

Phone: 514-239-2343

Email: pirsonm@netco.ca

Ohio

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Jeff Bull

Centerville, OH USA

Phone: 937-974-2037

Email: jeff@jbullassociates.com

Oklahoma

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Greg Kelly

Overland Park, KS USA

Phone: 913-488-9801

Email: Gkelly411@gmail.com

Ontario

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Michael McLean

Springwater, ON Canada

Phone: 705-790-3969

Email: casmmike@gmail.com

 

David Binnie

Carlisle, ON Canada

Phone: 905-308-5962

Email: casmdave@gmail.com

Oregon

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Dave Jonson

Bellevue, WA USA

Phone: 206-818-5182

Email: davej@cascadia-ma.com

Pennsylvania

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Jeff Martineau

Ellington, CT USA

Phone: 860-573-4187

Email: Jeff@claritysalesassociates.com

Jeff Bull

Centerville, OH USA

Phone: 937-974-2037

Email: jeff@jbullassociates.com

Prince Edward Island

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Marc Pirson

Ste Brigitte des Saults, PQ Canada

Phone: 514-239-2343

Email: pirsonm@netco.ca

Quebec

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Marc Pirson

Ste Brigitte des Saults, PQ Canada

Phone: 514-239-2343

Email: pirsonm@netco.ca

Rhode Island

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Jeff Martineau

Ellington, CT USA

Phone: 860-573-4187

Email: Jeff@claritysalesassociates.com

Saskatchewan

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Perry Johnson

Plymouth, MN USA

Phone: 612-859-2436

Email: perryjohnsonllc@comcast.net

South Carolina

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Dave DeWalt

Sylvester, GA USA

Phone: 772-708-6296

Email: davidadewalt@gmail.com

Bill Stanfield

McLeansville, NC USA

Phone: 336-402-2348

Email: williamstanfield@bellsouth.net

South Dakota

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Perry Johnson

Plymouth, MN USA

Phone: 612-859-2436

Email: perryjohnsonllc@comcast.net

Tennessee

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Dale Barham

Madison, MS USA

Phone: 601-209-0331

Email: ddalebarham@aol.com

Danny Cypret

City: Lubbock, TX USA

Phone: 806-548-1909

Email: dannycypret@suddenlink.net

Texas

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Dale Barham

Madison, MS USA

Phone: 601-209-0331

Email: ddalebarham@aol.com

Danny Cypret

City: Lubbock, TX USA

Phone: 806-548-1909

Email: dannycypret@suddenlink.net

Utah

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Brad Hendricks

Arvada, CO USA

Phone: 303-641-4867

Email: bjhendricks@earthlink.net

Virginia

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Dave DeWalt

Sylvester, GA USA

Phone: 772-708-6296

Email: davidadewalt@gmail.com

Bill Stanfield

McLeansville, NC USA

Phone: 336-402-2348

Email: williamstanfield@bellsouth.net

Washington

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Dave Jonson

Bellevue, WA USA

Phone: 206-818-5182

Email: davej@cascadia-ma.com

Washington DC

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Jeff Martineau

Ellington, CT USA

Phone: 860-573-4187

Email: Jeff@claritysalesassociates.com

West Virginia

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Jeff Bull

Centerville, OH USA

Phone: 937-974-2037

Email: jeff@jbullassociates.com

Wisconsin

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Mark Formentini

Frankfort, IL USA

Phone: 708-977-1967

Email: markf@serfassociates.com

Wyoming

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Perry Johnson

Plymouth, MN USA

Phone: 612-859-2436

Email: perryjohnsonllc@comcast.net