H.B. Fuller 2003

Medical Device_Cyanoacrylate
Cyberbond 2003 is a low-viscosity cyanoacrylate adhesive suitable for general purpose applications on a wide variety of plastics, metals, and rubbers.
Material Bonding - Metal

Product Type1K (1 component) Adhesive, Reactive Adhesive

Application AreaMedical Devices

Compatible Substrates & SurfacesBrass, Bronze, Copper, Metal, Steel

Chemical FamilyCyanoacrylates

FeaturesChemical Resistant, Good Solvent Resistance, Low Viscosity

Technical Data Sheet

Enhanced TDS

Identification & Functionality

Chemical Family

Features & Benefits

Applications & Uses

Application Area
Compatible Substrates & Surfaces
General Instructions
  • Surfaces to be bonded should be clean and dry. Dispense a drop or drops to one surface only. Apply only enough to leave a thin film layer after compression. Press parts together and hold firmly for a few seconds. Good contact is essential.
  • An adequate bond develops in less that one minute and maximum strength is attained in 24 hours. Wipe off excess adhesive from the top of the container and recap. products if left uncapped may deteriorate by contamination from moisture in the air.
  • Because products cure by polymerization, whitening may appear on the surface of the container or the bonded materials. This will not affect adhesive performance.
Curing Performance

Ambient surface moisture initiates the curing process. Handling strength is reached in a short time, and will vary based on environmental conditions, bond line gap, and other factors. Product will continue to cure for at least 24 hours before full strength and solvent resistance is developed


Physical Form
Typical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Shear Strength***2920.0psi
Temperature Range-67 to 203°F
Fixture Time10.0sec
Technical Data
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Viscosity30 - 70cPBrookfield SC4-27
Specific Gravity1.06
Cured Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Service Temperature- 55 - 95°C
Full Cure Time24.0h
Cure AppearanceClear
Uncured Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Flash Point85.0°C
Set Time (Steel)10 - 50s
Set Time (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer)4 - 10s
Set Time (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene)5 - 7s
*** Performance of cured adhesive on Stainless Steel

Regulatory & Compliance

Certifications & Compliance

Technical Details & Test Data

Time Until Full Cure (% of RT strength)

H.B. Fuller 2003 - Time Until Full Cure (% of Rt Strength)

Performance Range by Substrate

H.B. Fuller 2003 - Performance Range By Substrate

Heat Aging

aged at temp indicated and tested at  22°C

H.B. Fuller 2003 - Heat Aging

Hot Strength

%RT strength, tested at temperature

H.B. Fuller 2003 - Hot Strength

Performance of Cured Adhesive
Substrate N/mm²
Steel 13.8 - 20.1
Rubber* 4.3 - 15.2
AL 12.6 - 15.8
PC** 17.9 - 22.9
PVC** 14.2 - 23.4
ABS** 15.1 - 16.4

* - Rubber figures given are typical. Your results may vary by specific rubber type.

** - Tested to ASTM 4501

Solvent Resistance
Solvent Example Resistance
Alcohol Ethanol, Methanol +++
Ester (aromatic) Ethylacetate +++
Ketone (aromatic) Acetone, Benzophenone ---
Weak aqueous base sodium hydroxide solution, caustic potash

+++ (--- if concentrated)

Aliphatic hydrocarbon (alkanes) Petrol, Heptanes, Hexane ++-
Halogenated hydrocarbons Methylenchloride, Chloroform, Chlorobenzol ---
Weak aqueous Nitrite, muriatic acid, sulphuric acid, phosphoric acid

+++ (--- if concentrated)

Storage & Handling

Shelf Life
12 Months
Storage Condition

Containers should be stored in a cool, dry, dark area. Storage temperature 15.5°C - 25°C, without exposure to direct light or heat. Do not refrigerate.