Resintite is a concentrated powdered wood glue based on urea-formaldehyde resins.
Resintite is easily mixed with water and once dry, forms a bond stronger than the wood itself.
Resintite may be used for cabinet making, general joinery, veneering, boat building and shop fitting applications.
Resintite may be used internally or externally and is water resistant to BS EN204 D3 (test methods BSEN205 1991) and also conforms to BS EN301 1992 A3 (test method BSEN 302-1 1992) i.e. suitable for load bearing applications.Benefits
- Excellent rate of bond strength development.
- High degree of water resistance. D3 Classification- joints may be subject to short term water contact or exposure to high humidity.
- Interior/exterior use.
- Low timber-staining characteristics - will not stain.
- Suitable for load bearing applications – internally or externally.
- Makes 50% more than the pack contents once mixed with water.
- Gap filling ability.
Wear gloves to avoid contact of powder or mixed glue with skin (dermatitis risk in sensitive persons). Avoid inhalation of dust.
Mix with clean water prior to use. Mixing may be either by weight or volume, using the following ratios.By weight:
(recommended method for accuracy); Mix 2 parts powder with 1 part cold water.By volume:
Mix 3.5 measures of powder to 1 measure of water.
For both methods, use the following mixing procedure:1.
Put half the water into a non metallic bowl2.
Add all the powder and stir until dissolved.3.
Add the remaining water and stir until smooth.
The mix is now ready to use and will remain usable for approximately 3 hours at 15°C.
Apply to one surface only using a stiff brush. Assemble and clamp (pin or screw) the joint whilst the glue is wet. Keep the joint under pressure until the glue is set (approx. 6 hours at 15°C or longer at lower temperatures).
Remove excess adhesive with a damp cloth before glue sets.Product Data Sheets
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