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Surebond SB-190


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In Stock (SB-190 Can Not Ship Via Air)
Minimum Purchase:
1 unit
Time and Temperature Requirements:
29 Days (672 Hours) at 50 Degrees F.
Snojax II, IceJax II and SnoBlox Ace:
1 Tube Adheres up to 8 Pieces
SnoBlox Deuce, Icejax I and SnowBreaker:
1 Tube Adheres up to 25 Pieces
Processing Time:
Same or Next Day (Mon-Fri)
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SureBond SB-190 Snow Guard Adhesive is the official snow guard adhesive of SnoBlox-Snojax. 

We pioneered the use of this adhesive with our polycarbonate snow guards over 25 years ago, and now it has become the standard in the industry. For a successful installation, the adhesive requires 28 days (672 Hours) at 50 Degrees (F) or above to achieve full cure. Temperatures below 40 Degrees (F) will delay cure time until temperatures reach 50 Degrees (F) or above to cure completely. Spring and Summer are the best times to install adhesive-mounted snow guards to ensure 100% cure. The SB-190 is available in clear only. (NOT FOR COPPER ROOFS)

One tube of Surebond SB-190 can adhere:

  • 5 - 8 SnoJax II or IceJax II 

  • 7 - 10 SnoBlox ACE 

  • 20 - 25 SnoBlox Deuce or IceJax I

SureBond SB-190 Snow Guard Adhesive Submittal Documents

The following warranty is made in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied. Recommendations for proper use of the product are based on tests believed to be reliable. Any goods proven to be defective due to materials will be replaced, or purchase price refunded, but in no event shall the manufacturer be responsible for damages in excess of the purchase price. User shall determine the suitability of the product for its intended use and assumes all risks of its use or handling.
  • 4

    Posted by Pat Rawlings on Sep 17th 2020

    I can only review as to how it is applied since the real test is how it performs over time. It's easy to apply and it seems to adhere to both the panel and the snow blocker. Make sure you wear gloves when working with sb-190 because it sticks really WELL to everything. I'm not sure but I'm guessing a half used tube won't be any good for more than a week.When spring comes I'll let you know how well it works.

  • 4

    Posted by Marilyn Caldwell on Sep 5th 2020

    Too soon to actually know if it holds the snow guards on the roof. It hasn't snowed yet. A cap for the tube would be very helpful!!

Attaching Snow Guards with SureBond SB-190 Adhesive

SureBond SB-190 Snow Guard Adhesive Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

The adhesive must fully cure for 28 days or 672 hours at 50 degrees (F) or higher for a successful installation. When the temperature is below 40 degrees Fahrenheit, the curing process pauses until the temperature is at least 50 degrees Fahrenheit. If temperatures dip below 50 degrees, it will not harm the curing process but pause until it climbs above 50 degrees. This delay can, however, increase the curing time for the adhesive. Spring and summer are the optimum times to install adhesive-mounted snow guards for a complete cure.

We only offer the Surebond SB-190 in clear to blend with our clear polycarbonate snow guards and your roof. Clear Surebond SB-190 dries to a translucent appearance.

When it comes to attaching polycarbonate snow guards , SnoBlox-Snojax has been a pioneer since 1986, leading the way with Surebond SB-190. This adhesive has not only become the industry standard but also a symbol of reliability. Surebond Everseal is a versatile, high-strength, hard-setting adhesive, boasting superior 2,000 PSI tensile strength and excellent impact resistance. Its one-part glue formulation offers easy application, creating a durable bond that won't become brittle and offers a long service life. It's also water and weatherproof. The translucent finish minimizes its appearance when installed, further solidifying its status as the top choice in the industry.

About 10 of our larger polycarbonate snow guards and 20–25 smaller models can be attached with the Surebond SB–190 adhesive. Please be aware that this could vary depending on the user's application.

The least detrimental method of attaching a snow guard to your metal roof is with adhesive. Occasionally, when a region receives unusually severe winter weather, snow guards mounted with Surebond SB-190 could release from the roof without damaging the panels or causing roof leaks. It is simple to re-install the snow guards back in place by cleaning the panel with soap and water, allowing it to dry thoroughly, and then using the SureBond SB-190 adhesive to re-apply. The newly applied Everseal will form a permanent bond with the old glue left behind and cure, creating a solid attachment. Customers love this feature because it can maintain the water tightness of their metal roofs.

About SureBond

For almost 40 years, SureBond SB-190 adhesive has held up through our customers’ most stringent and demanding snow guard adhesive applications. In 1985, we approached Gary Perkins, the inventor of SureBond SB-190, and asked him if this product would be a suitable adhesive for securing snow guards on a metal roof. They did the original in-house testing to show us that this was the solution we sought. We did our independent testing at Pittsburgh testing labs and later at Architectural Testing Labs in York, PA. We first sold this adhesive to mount our polycarbonate Snojax II to standing seam metal roofs. SureBond SB-190 soon became the industry solution for attaching snow retention to a standing seam roof without panel penetration.


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