Furniture, timber, kitchens and plastic industries where an instant bond is required for mitre joints
- Technology: Adhesive: Monomeric Ethyl Cyanoacrylate Activator: Hydrocarbon Solvent
- Application: 1. Spray one surface with activator 2. Apply adhesive sparingly to other surface 3. Bring together, position and hold for about 10 seconds
EVERBUILD MITRE FAST is a two pack system comprising an high viscosity ethyl cyanoacrylate adhesive and an aerosol activator. Used primarily for instant bonding (10 seconds) of wooden mitre joints, with numerous other uses. Activator aerosol and adhesive are also sold as separate stock items.
Flash setting formulation - bonds most surfaces within 10 seconds, cutting down dramatically mitre assembly bonding times when compared to conventional wood adhesives.
High viscosity adhesive – low soak in to give greater bond strength than conventional cyanoacrylates on porous surfaces (eg wood)
Gap filling – high viscosity adhesive will fill small gaps in mitres etc (up to 0.2mm)
Economical in use
Areas For Use
Multitude of industrial applications: Bonds MDF, wood, chipboard, rubber, plastics, Perspex, uPVC ceramics, aluminium and metals.
Ideal for all cornice and profile mitres, trims, picture frames, MDF, skirting and architrave joints, worktop end strips, PVCu trims and much more. It is particularly useful for production lines such as electronics assembly and uPVC window trim bonding.
Ensure surfaces are degreased prior to bonding.
Do not use on glass
Do not use in applications involving constant water immersion.
Do not use on bitumen or tar leaching products.
Do not use on load bearing applications
On wooden/porous surfaces, do not use any other cyanoacrylate except MITRE FAST ADHESIVE. These products are thinner and the soak in will give poor bond strength.
|Technology||Adhesive: Monomeric Ethyl Cyanoacrylate Activator: Hydrocarbon Solvent|
|Application||1. Spray one surface with activator 2. Apply adhesive sparingly to other surface 3. Bring together, position and hold for about 10 seconds|