Mid morning and I had my reply, thats great back up service from Loctite! they even sent me the full three page data sheets.
Possibly! It is all a case of force applied against the area glued. Any joint, if you apply enough force to it can be broken.
Generally we would recommend that you apply as much heat as you can and force the bits apart whilst hot. I have attached the datasheet for Loctite 648 and if you look at the "Hot Strength" graph (on page 2) you can get a better feeling for this.
Wood Lane End,
Hertfordshire. HP2 4RQ
Tel: 01442 278 100
Fax: 01442 278 293
■Increased temperature resistance
■Ideal for retaining of parts with a clearance or interference fit, i.e. retaining bushes, bearings, seals, fans, and liners
■WRC Approval (BS 6920): 0808532
■Diametrical clearance: Up to 0.15 mm
■Service temperature range: -55°C to +175°C
■Tensile shear strength: >25 N/mm²
■Fixture time on steel: 3 min.
■Pack sizes: 10ml, 50ml, 250ml