Brummer Cold Glue
By means of brushes, hand rollers or gluing machines. The adhesive should be stirred before use and not be used below 5Â°C. (It is essential that the wood has an even moisture content of about 10% and has achieved equilibrium with the ambient climate conditions before attempting to glue.)
When the adhesive is used for laminating, it should be applied evenly to one surface at about 150g/sq.m. The surfaces should be joined and pressed at about 2-3kg/sq.cm. for 30 min. When hot pressing do not exceed 120Â°C. Press time should be 45 minutes. Any excess adhesive due to squeeze out should be removed whilst wet. Tools and brushes should be cleaned immediately with water.
Since wood gluing is highly dependent on the type of wood, density, grain structure, porosity, moisture content, as well as ambient climate conditions, the adhesive should be evaluated under operating conditions and the above guidelines are only offered as a basis for evaluating. E.g. greater wood porosity will necessitate increasing the quantity of adhesive applied to the joint whilst denser timber would require increasing the clamping pressures.
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