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Polyurethane adhesives are described by characteristics such as form, classification and open time (minimum). An example use may be within an edge-fixed carpeting system.
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2435 PU Adhesive has been specially formulated to adhere our Rubber Tiles to almost any surface including concrete, asphalt and timber and waterproofing membranes.
Single component, solvent-free polyurethane adhesive with a very low emission level of volatile organic compounds for bonding pre-finished, multi-layered parquet.
Specially designed to adhere Castile Promenade Tiles to bituminous felt roofs, Sanded Asphalt and almost all other flat roof surfaces.
An improved reaction adhesive.
High performance, flexible, wood flooring adhesive.
One-component polymer-based adhesive for installing engineered wooden boards with beads of adhesive, wooden stairs and wooden baseboards.
Ready to use, solvent-free, single component, elastic adhesive for the installation of all types of wooden and laminate flooring.
Universal adhesive in water dispersion with extended open time and very low emission of volatile organic compounds (VOC) for resilient flooring.
Single component, isocyanate and solvent-free, sililated polymer-based adhesive with extremely low emissions of VOC, for all types of parquet.
Fibre-reinforced LVT adhesive. Specifically developed for the installation of LVT floorings, it guarantees the highest performances in terms of adhesion and dimensional stability.
One-component solvent-free, sililated polymer-based adhesive with very low emission level of volatile organic compounds.
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