Key Facts

 Product features

  • Easy application using the Pattex Air Gun or a commercially available spray gun
  • Saves working time – especially where mass production is possible
  • Ensures highly efficient work
  • Very high solids content, therefore much higher strength values
  • Very high coverage
  • Workpiece can be further processed immediately after pressing
  • Easy tool cleaning with water

Possible uses

  • Fast and easy application on large surface areas
  • Lamination of prefabricated elements with high pressure laminates (HPL)
  • Bonding of absorbent and non-absorbent surfaces – also in combination with each other (laminate, metal, wood and wood-based materials, foamed plastics, furniture linoleum, rubber etc.)

Content:

  • Can 5 L

Storage:

  • Store tightly closed at normal room temperature. Frozen or cold adhesive will become fully useable again if slowly acclimated up to working temperature (approx.+ 20° C) No loss of quality occurs . Also during the breaks in work the adhesive container should be kept tightly closed in order to prevent drying.
  • For further information please refer to the TDS.

Key Notes:

  • Make sure to read the application and safety instructions given in our Technical Data Sheet and Safety Data Sheet.

Application

Preliminary information:

Before start of work, inform yourself about the necessary safety precautions in the Safety Data Sheet. The usual precautions concerning the handling of chemical products must also be observed for products that do not require labelling as hazardous substances.

Surface preparation:

The surfaces to be joined must have good accuracy of fit and must be free of grease, load-bearing and clean.

Adhesive application:

Use the Pattex Air Gun and spray the adhesive crosswise on both surfaces to be joined until a uniform film has been produced (see Technical Data Sheet).

Press-fitting:

Check if the adhesive film is dry enough (finger test). It must feel dry to the touch and no longer be stringy. After that, press the parts briefly but firmly together (compressive force: 0.5 N/mm²). This can be done using a veneer press or the Pattex Pressure Roller.

Further processing:

Immediately after pressing, the initial bonding strength is so high that the parts are able to resist mechanical stress and can be further processed (e.g. sawing, milling). Final strength is reached with a delay of approx. 3 days.

Consumption

50-100 g/m², depending on the substrate absorbency. Coverage up to 10 m²/kg of bonded area (two-sided application).

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