Cyberbond CB RM 88 is an anaerobic curing retainer that is specifically designed for use with dynamic loaded parts such as gearings, where a high strength and high-temperature resistance is required. It has a medium viscosity formulation that provides excellent performance and reliability, even under extreme conditions.

Product Type: 1K (1 component) Adhesive, Anaerobic Adhesive

Application Area: Cylindrical Fitting Parts, Flanges

Compatible Substrates & Surfaces: Brass, Galvanized Steel, Metal, Stainless Steel, Steel

Chemical Family: Dimethacrylates

Features: Alcohol Resistant, High Strength, High Temperature Resistance, High Viscosity, Medium Viscosity, Solvent Resistance

Technical Data Sheet
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Identification & Functionality

Features & Benefits

Labeling Claims
Ready-to-Use Product Features
General Information about Anaerobic Adhesives

Anaerobic adhesives and sealants cure by means of metal contact and/or due to the absence of air. Due to these facts they are only suitable for bonding and sealing metals. Therefore, as such they are not traditional adhesives as commonly known, but are specifically good for the bonding of metal cylindrical parts where torsion-load and shearing-load play an important part. Furthermore, anaerobics are excellent sealants for threads and flanges. Anaerobis are solvent free, one component adhesives. There are active metals (construction steel, tool steel, free cutting steel, brass, copper) and inactive metals (high alloyed or stainless steel, aluminum, electroplated surfaces, cast iron). While products used on active metals cure very fast, the same products need longer times to cure when used on inactive metals. But this does not influence the intended strength.

Applications & Uses

Application Area
Compatible Substrates & Surfaces
Application Details

Clean Surface

The surface condition of the mating parts has an enormous influence on the success of a bond. To achieve good bonding success the mating parts should be clean. A certain amount of e.g. oil can be tolerated.

Additional Program

In order to support certain applications Cyberbond offers perfectly balanced additional products such as: - Activator: in order to accelerate the curing of adhesives (Standard: CB 9191) - Cleaner: in order to clean surfaces professionally (Standard: CB 9999)


Physical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Density (at 20°C, monomer)1.06g/cm³-
Gap Filling Capacity (Monomer)0.05 - 0.15mm-
Viscosity (Cone/plate, at 20°C at 160 s⁻¹)400 - 800mPa.s-
Compressive Shear Strength (on steel pins/collars, polymer)24 - 44N/mm²-
Shear Strength (Steel pin/collar specimen, after 24h)24 - 44N/mm²-
Maximum Thread (Monomer)M 20--
Setting Time (M10 brass bolt/nut, at 23°C)10 - 30sec-
Full Cure Time (Polymer)24hours
Temperature Range (Polymer)-50 - 180°C-

Regulatory & Compliance

Certifications & Compliance

Technical Details & Test Data

Technical Information
Adhesive Strength
Substrate Nm
Steel 20 to 40
Stainless steel V2A 20 to 30
Galvanized steel 20 to 30
Brass 30 to 40


Breakloose Torque

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Breakloose torque on M10 bolts and nuts in Nm according to DIN 54454, free swimming without ontorque.


Hot strength Tested at Temperature

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Cure Speed % of Full Strength on Steel

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Heat Aging Aged at Temperature, Tested at 22°C

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Solvent Resistance

Solvent Example Resistance
alcohols ethanol, methanol, isopropyl alcohol +
esters ethylacetate, benzoic benzyl ester, +
other liquids water, freon, diesel oil +
other liquids ammonium hydroxide, bromine, hydrobromic acid, lithium hydroxid, perchloric acid, potassium hydroxide -
gasses acetylene, argon, butane, ethane,nitrogen +
gasses ammonia, freon gas, oxygen (pure and /or oxygen rich systems), chlorine -


Measurement of Viscosity

Viscosity describes the flow-ability of a liquid. Cyberbond measures the viscosity of the products by means of the cone/plate method: the liquid is applied on a panel and a defined cone presses the liquid together and rotates. You differentiate between a Newtonian and a thixotropic liquid. In terms of a Newtonian liquid you will get a relative constant viscosity graph in dependence of the rotary speed of the cone. In terms of thixotropic liquids the product becomes more liquid (down to its base viscosity) the faster the cone rotates. The viscosity is measured in mPa*s

Safety & Health

Safety Information
  • Keep the workplace clean and use in well ventilated areas only.
  • Installll suitable exhaust system at the workplace.
  • Wear suitable safety glasses and gloves.

Packaging & Availability

Regional Availability
  • Africa
  • Europe (Excluding Russia)
  • India
  • Middle East

Storage & Handling

Shelf Life
12 Months (at 20°C in unopend bottles, Monomer)
Storage Conditions

Store products in a cold and dark place. Optimal storage temperature range is between 8 °C - 21 °C.