Adhesive fixing solutions available - AQUASIGN

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AQUASIGN have a range of adhesive fixing solutions available, ensuring our anti-fouling subsea markers are suitable for all requirements.

Our standard adhesive specification is KISS®, however the most suitable adhesive for your project will depend on the substrate and application – please click here to view our Adhesive Substrate Guide.

Biohesive® 225

Biohesive® 225 is a silicone RTV subsea adhesive, supplied in 310ml cartridges and applied using a manual or air-fed application gun. There is no mixing requirement and the cartridges are re-sealable, which significantly reduces waste.

Unlike our KISS® solution where Biohesive® 225 is only used as a sealing bead, with this fixing specification the adhesive needs to also be applied to the back of the underwater marker. The Aquasign® label will be supplied without a fabric or self-adhesive backing, so that Biohesive® 255 can applied directly onto the bare silicone.

A vinyl cover will be supplied on the back of the marker to keep the silicone clean, however must be removed before applying the adhesive.

AquahesiveTM 5836

Aquahesive™ 5836 is a two component, high-performance polyurethane adhesive.

Supplied with the curative in a ready to mix form, Aquahesive™ has a long pot life making it ideal for bonding large or multiple components in a short time. Its rigid nature makes it appropriate for applications where a flexible adhesive might not be suitable.

If this adhesive is specified as a fixing solution, the subsea label will be supplied with a fabric backing. Correct mixing, preparation and storage of Aquahesive™ 5836 are critical in ensuring the best possible performance.

Further Information

Our Biohesive® & AquahesiveTM installation videos are available to download from our Client Portal.

We welcome the opportunity to discuss your project requirements in more detail, contact us and our expert team will be happy to help.


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