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ADHESIVES, CEMENTS & TAPES


U.V. (Ultraviolet) A*F Swiss Watch Mineral Glass Adhesive - A*F Swiss - Minad II


Ideal for cementing mineral watch glasses. Sets rapidly under ultraviolet light or sunlight and remains crystal clear. Supplied in a tube of 20ml.


• Sets rapidly under UV light • Use L32768 curing lamp • Suitable for both sapphire & mineral watch glasses


Cousins has a computerised “multi location stock rotation system” which ensures our


products are sold on a first in, first out basis, ensuring items with a shelf life are always supplied fresh


Code C0365 Description U.V. (Ultraviolet) A*F Swiss


UOM Price £21.95


20G Price breaks available, see website U.V. (Ultraviolet) Seiko S314


Watch Mineral Glass Adhesive - Seiko - S314


An excellent quality ultra-violet curing adhesive and sealant. No hardener required. For sealing mineral, sapphire watch glasses etc.


• Sets rapidly under UV light • Use L32768 curing lamp • 10ml Bottle


Cousins has a computerised


“multi location stock rotation system” which ensures our products are sold on a first in, first out basis, ensuring items with a shelf life are always supplied fresh


Code C0366A Description U.V. (Ultraviolet) Seiko S314


UOM Price £19.75


10ML Price breaks available, see website U.V. (Ultraviolet) Sternkreuz


Watch Mineral Glass Adhesive - Sternkreuz - Minecol 224


• Sternkreuz • Minecol 224 • UV Cure • Sets rapidly under UV light • Use L32768 curing lamp • 2ml Syringe • Supplied with spare needle • Suitable for both sapphire & mineral watch glasses


Cousins has a computerised “multi location stock rotation system” which ensures our products are sold on a first in, first out basis, ensuring items with a shelf life are always supplied fresh


Code C0364 Description U.V. (Ultraviolet) Sternkreuz


UOM Price £8.75


2ML Price breaks available, see website AGING CHEMICALS


• Ammonium Hydrosulphide - Silver Oxidation/Aging


• Curator - Antique Aging (Black or Brown) • CC60 - Bronzing/Metal Aging • Liver of Sulpur - Silver & non ferrous metal aging


• Platinol - Antique Aging (Grey to Black)


Ammonium Hydrosulphide Silver Oxidation/Aging Chemical - Ammonium Hydrosulphide


A most common silver aging fluid used by traditional silversmiths


How to make up: • 1 part ammonium hydrosulphide to 4 parts water (by volume)


• At temperature 18 to 60 celsius


• Time 30 seconds to 2 minutes • Colour: for darker shades use 1 to 3 parts for medium shades are produced in 30 seconds


CC60 Bronzing/Metal Aging


Aging Chemical - Bronzing Solution - Metal Aging - CC60


How to make up: • 1 part CC60 to 4 parts water (by volume)


• At temperature 18 to 60 celsius


• Time 30 seconds to 2 minutes • Colour: for darker shades use 1 to 3 parts for medium shades are produced in 30 seconds


• For best results parts should be clean when immersed in this solution


• A tank with polythene, pvc or rubber lined steel is ideal


• A heater is not required but an extraction is necessary • To be used on copper or brass


Code C6264 C38756 Description Bronzing Solution, CC60 Bronzing Solution, CC60 - 5 Litre


UOM Price £9.95


1LT 5LT


Price breaks available, see website £49.50 ZAP A GAP SUPER GLUE


Zap A Gap Slo Zap Zap A Gap Slo Zap • Allows 30 seconds for positioning


• Cures in 60 seconds • Extra thick & strong • Perfect for high-stress areas • Bonds virtually anything; metals, wood (includng hard wood), veneers, leather and most plastics


• It will not run, it forms a very clean even fillet around all types of joints


• Great for jewellery manufacturing and repair


• 28g bottle • Zap A Gap Slo Zap


Code C55168 Description Zap A Gap Slo Zap, 28g


UOM Price £5.95


28G Price breaks available, see website Zap A Gap Super Glue


Zap A Gap Super Glue • Allows 7 to 10 seconds for positioning


• Cures in 24 hours • A most versatile super glue • Bonds virtually anything; metals, wood (includng hard wood), veneers, leather and most plastics


• Even works on oily surfaces! • Great for jewellery manufacturing and repair


• Available in 14g or 28g bottles • Zap A Gap CA+


Code


C55166 C55167


Description


Zap A Gap Super Glue, 14g Zap A Gap Super Glue, 28g


UOM Price £3.95


14G 28G


Price breaks available, see website £5.25


Aging Chemical - Black or Brown Antiquing Fluid - Curator


• Ages Brass, Copper and Bronze in Minutes • Ideal for use in Antique Restoration • Matching New fittings to Old • Brown or Black in Colour


Cold Paternation treatment providing an even depth of tarnish dependant on length of time fluid is in contact


with the metal. Code


C20852 C20853 C20854 C20855


Description


Black (150ml) Curator Fluid Black (500ml) Curator Fluid Brown (150ml) Curator Fluid Brown (500ml) Curator Fluid


UOM Price 150ML


150ML Price breaks available, see website


• For best results parts should be clean when immersed in this solution


• A tank with polythene, pvc or rubber lined steel is ideal


• A heater is not required but an extraction is necessary Code


Description C6263


Ammonium Hydrosulphide Aging Fluid


UOM Price 1LT Price breaks available, see website Curator Antique Aging £11.95


£5.95


500ML £15.85 £5.95


500ML £15.95


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