The new Worldwide formatted data sheets include a graph for Cure Speed vs Substrate which is often misinterpreted. A similar graph for Cure Speed vs Activator is also misinterpreted for the same reason. What is misconstrued?
Many people misread the graphs and assume the products never fully cure for the timeframe specified in the graphs. However, the graphs simply illustrate the percentage of strength achieved for a specified time on different metals in comparison to plain steel. People make the assumption that the products take a very long time to cure when in essence the graph is just portraying lower strengths on these other metals compared to plain steel. The Cure Speed vs Activator graphs also simply show comparative strength with, for example, dichromated steel versus plain steel, for a specified timeframe. Some people interpret this to show that the product doesn't fully cure in the maximum time of 72 hours portrayed in the graph whether activator/primer is used or not.