Construction Adhesive

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Pack size: 310 ml
Coverage: 310ml will give a 11m run of 5mm bead.

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A White gun applied gap filler and adhesive for interior/exterior work.

Construction Adhesive

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 Construction Adhesive is a single component, water based gap filling, adhesive. Fields of Application Quick and permanent fixing of a wide range of commonly used building and decorative materials including: Stair nosings. Plasterboard. Plywood. Insulation boards. Timber battens. Sheet timber flooring systems. Skirtings and architraves. Carpet gripper rods. Ceiling roses Coving Features and Benefits Outperforms most solvated and polyurethane adhesives Solvent free - low odour Easy to use and apply. Good adhesion to a wide range of building materials. Instant Grab. Eliminates the need for screwing and nailing. Priming not normally required. Excellent bond strength. Gap-filling. Technical Data/Typical Properties Service Temperature Limits -6°C to 60°C Application Temperature Limits +5°C to +25°C Cure Time 2 - 7 days depending on type Application Procedure Preparation of Substrate Surfaces must be sound, dry, clean and free of any grease, oil and loose, flaky or weak material. This can be achieved by wire brushing if necessary. In the case of rendered or plastered surfaces no efflorescence should be evident. All nibs and other protrusions should be removed. Priming Under normal circumstances this is not required. However, for porous, fibrous or very dusty surfaces recommended that a coat of primer is applied, please consult the supplier Application Cut the plastic nozzle to the size of the bead required at a 450 angle. Insert the cartridge into a mastic gun squeeze the trigger to start the flow of adhesive. Apply a continuous bead of approximately 2mm to 6mm diameter onto the fixture being bonded. Actual bead size will depend on fixture and substrate. Under normal circumstances the bead should not be applied to the substrate. However, under certain conditions, for example when a fixture is applied to a timber framed backing, the application of adhesive to the substrate can facilitate alignment. Apply the fixture to the substrate as described below. Wallboards Apply a continuous 6mm bead to the back of the board around the perimeter and then lengthways at 200mm centres. Immediately slide the board into position under uniform pressure. A firm bond will be achieved in about 1 hour, but it may be necessary to provide temporary support, e.g. panel pins, to prevent slipping of the board whilst the adhesive sets. When fixing wallboards to battens, these should be fixed vertically at 400mm centres with horizontal battens top and bottom. Adhesive beads should be applied to the back of the board in positions corresponding to the positions of the battens. Alternatively, the adhesive may be applied to the battens and the wallboards pressed firmly into place immediately.

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Pack size 310 ml
Coverage 310ml will give a 11m run of 5mm bead.

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