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WOODLOK 3150 Melamine Adhesive

WOODLOK 3150 Melamine Adhesive
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WOODLOK 3150 Melamine Adhesive
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NEW  WOODLOK 3150 is a high performance emulsion adhesive especially formulated for the bonding of synthetic laminated board (Melamine®) to MDF, timber, particleboard and other porous substrates. Cured adhesive is clear and forms a durable, high strength bond.

COMMON USES
  • Especially formulated for the bonding of synthetic laminated board (Melamine®) to MDF, timber, particleboard and other porous substrates.
  • Often used for products that require an elegant finish, e.g. cabinetmaking, doormaking, and shopfitting.
  • Melamine panels are widely used in the home to provide a tidy and stylish veneer for wardrobes, drawers, shelves, kitchens, vanities, wall linings, and much more.
  • Strong adherence to steel and aluminium sheets.
BONDS
  • Melamine to MDF and board.
  • Steel and aluminium sheets.

ADVANTAGES

  • A modified acrylic adhesive for bonding melamine to other substrates.
  • Can be applied in temperatures as low as 2ºC.
  • Long working time for precision joining.
  • Eliminates the need for nails and screws - no more cracks and splinters.
  • Non-toxic.
  • Easy clean up with water.
For a more comprehensive rundown of the advantages of Woodlok 3150, please read our blog post.

PROPERTIES
  • Viscosity : 7,000cps
  • Solids : 55%
  • Open Time @ 20°C : 12min
PREPARATION

All surfaces to be glued must be clean and dry. Remove all oil, grease, wax, old glue, finish or other foreign material before gluing.

TECHNICAL DETAILS
  • Chemical Description : A modified acrylic copolymer aqueous dispersion based adhesive.
APPLICATION METHOD

The most suitable application for this type of product is using a roller gluer, applying the adhesive on the board and then carrying out immediately the joining of the covering. It should then be uniformly pressed on the entire surface with a cold press for a minimum of 2 hours. Should it be wished to speed up drying, a hotplate press could also be used at a temperature of 60 - 70º C. The pressing time would need to be determined by testing previously.

APPEARANCE
  • White when wet, clear when dry.
ODOUR
  • Slight when wet. None when dry.
CLEAN UP
  • With water when wet. Cured glue must be cut or scraped away.
COVERAGE
  • 120gm—240gm m² of glue line is recommended depending on substrate.
  • 1 litre will cover approximately 10m2.
LIMITATIONS

Note : One surface must be porous.

SIZES
  • 500ml Pro Bottle
  • 5ltr Jerry

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