Constructional and Regenerative Use.
Examples given:

1. Elimination of leakage in heat exchangers (coolers, heaters), gas and water pipelines, etc.
2. Regeneration of bearings" journals and seats, truncated threads, splineways, holes damaged in castings and machine bodies.
3. Sealing of cast iron, cast steel and non-ferrous metals" castings, joint-sealing of pores and decrements.
4. Regeneration of not tight (leaking) tanks, worn edges of machine parts.

Notes for using the glue.

Surface preparation:
Roughen the surface with file, grinder, abrasive paper or grinding pin. Then degrease with acetone or special solvents (profitable twice). Dry the element for few minutes after degreasing - in case of heating the element to the temperature to 140 degrees of F. (60 degrees of C.) the drying time is shortened to one minute.

Mixing the Glue.

Using enclosed spatula and mixing board in the box place four parts (by weight) of component A (base) and one part (by weight) of component B (reactor) on the mixing board and mix both components thoroughly (by volumetric you can use 3 parts of component A - base and one part of component B - reactor. Apply mixture on the prepared, degreased area. The joint strength can be increased by 25% by holding the glued detail at a temperature of 158 to 194 degrees of F. (70 to 90 degrees of C.) in dryer or in a stream of warm air for four hours.