I don't know about the Pacer stuff but LocTite makes a threadlocker for
plastics. It's called Assure 425 Surface Curing Threadlocker (20 gm Net Wt.
"LOCTITE® 425T is designed as a fast curing, low strength adhesive for
locking metal and plastics fasteners. The product
is designed for pre- or post-application. LOCTITE® 425T cures quickly on
plated metal and plastics fasteners; fixturing is
achieved in less than 2 minutes and full strength within 24 hours. Fixture
speed can be increased by application of a
LOCTITE® Cyanoacrylate activator - e.g. 7113T. This product is typically
used in applications with an operating range of -54
°C to +85 °C."
Most Loctite products are not "...normally recommended for use on plastics
(particularly thermoplastic materials where stress cracking of
the plastic could result). Users are recommended to confirm compatibility of
the product with such substrates."
I am using the threadlock to hold the motor to the EDF stator with the
supplied metal screws. I was afraid that the normal blue threadlock might
attack the stator . Its better to be safe.I will look into your suggestion.
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