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- Comparing Vinyl Corner Bead Installation Methods
Over the last 50-plus years, Trim-Tex’s vinyl corner beads have been known for just one main installation technique: you hit them with spray adhesive and you staple them. But that’s not the end of our story anymore. These days, there’s a few different vinyl corner bead installation methods to choose from, depending on the solution you’re using and the way you want to work. Are you all about a speedy install, or do you prioritize strong corners above all? Whatever way you finish, we got a solution to match it.
There are three tactics to consider when browsing through our collection of corner beads: spray-and-staple standard vinyl, Mud Set and Fast Edge®. These three techniques are not interchangeable, so be sure to consult product instructions before you begin installation.
BENEFITS OF SPRAY-AND-STAPLE METHOD
The tried-and-true technique for outfitting your corners with toughened vinyl, just because this method is conventional doesn’t mean it’s not highly effective. Spray-and-staple standard corner beads are a mainstay of drywall finishing for a good reason — they’re highly effective, stand the test of time and don’t have much of a learning curve.
The advantage of using 847 Spray Adhesive is that, by adhering the surface of the bead directly to the drywall, you minimize slipping during expansion, versus using staples alone. Unlike many all-purpose spray adhesives on the market, Trim-Tex’s 847 Spray Adhesive is designed specifically for corner bead. The adhesive is a web spray, which improves adhesion over standard mist sprays, and is colored to help easily identify it.
Combining this spray with staples along its mud leg gives the corner bead a strong bond to the drywall that has been proven to last. If you want an installation method that’s been time-tested and used by countless finishers across the world, look no further.
INSTALLING STANDARD VINYL CORNER BEAD WITH SPRAY AND STAPLES
The spray-and-staple technique uses a spray adhesive — such as the high-tack, pressure-sensitive Trim-Tex 847 discussed above — to attach the bead before stapling it in place. Spray continuously from a distance of 6 to 10 inches, being sure to keep the spray moving to avoid buildup on the drywall or bead surface. It doesn’t take much spray to attach the bead, and too much can mean a longer wait time for it to get tacky. (This quick-tip video demonstrates good technique with the spray can.)
Apply 847 to the drywall, then to the bead before positioning the bead into place. Press the corner bead in place using a pressuring tool or the handle of your taping knife and finish by stapling every six to eight inches — Trim-Tex recommends using half-inch staples.
BENEFITS OF MUD SET
Mud Set Beads are drywall corner beads made from high-impact, rigid vinyl, featuring Trim-Tex’s patented Mud Lock Technology.
Essentially, these Mud Locks are a series of hooks along the bead’s mud legs that grip into the joint compound to latch the bead firmly onto the surface, almost like a bunch of super-powered hook-and-loop straps. Meanwhile, excess compound is allowed to flow through perforated mud holes (which are noticeably smaller than in standard vinyl beads for better adhesion). All of this is what gives Mud Set Bead the strongest-possible bond to the drywall of any corner bead on the market. The strength of the bond between the mud legs, drywall compound and wall, combined with the elasticity properties of rigid vinyl, allow the bead to withstand a high degree of impact.
This strength isn’t just for show — it saves time and money by reducing building maintenance costs, as well as callbacks for the finisher. When a traditional corner gets dented, rusts or forms mold, it needs to be replaced, which is a time-consuming process. Mud Set Beads are strong enough to withstand daily wear-and-tear as well as more intense impact.
If you’ve installed a metal corner bead, a good whack will dent and deform its nose — this kind of damage is irreparable, and you’d have to replace any affected section, or rip the whole thing out and start again. That same impact to a Mud Set Bead-protected corner, however, won’t have any effect on its nose. If any damage does occur, it’s almost always going to be the drywall mud that fails, which you can fix with a quick patch.
INSTALLING MUD SET BEADS
To install these Mud Set Beads, run them through a 4-in-1 Mud Hopper, or use a knife or compound applicator tube to apply the mud onto the corner directly. The hopper installs Mud Set 90 Degree Bead, Mud Set Bullnose and Splayed Beads with ease to help minimize jobsite delays. With mud applied, press the bead into place with a roller tool or the end of a taping knife.
Excess mud will squeeze through the perforations, which essentially levels out the bead from sitting too high on the corner; it also minimizes the amount of mud needed for the setting coat to form an incomparably strong bond between the bead and the drywall. Check for squareness of the bead, adjusting as needed. Then just wipe the excess mud clean and go ahead and apply your fill coat — the Mud Set method saves time and labor by allowing the fill coat to be applied that same day.
BENEFITS OF FAST EDGE®
The newest of our various vinyl corner bead installation methods, you’ll notice the difference with Fast Edge immediately — there’s no mud holes and no mud bump. Instead, Fast Edge sports a vinyl core, covered in laminated paper. It’s perfect for finishers looking to up their games from paper-covered metal corner beads, or those just looking to finish the job faster while using less materials.
In fact, Fast Edge isn’t just the quickest installation method of these three; it’s the quickest corner-bead solution you’ll find anywhere, in addition to saving you more mud than any other corner bead out there. How do we know? We put it to the test! You can check out the results of that head-to-head matchup here.
Fast Edge also utilizes the Mud Lock Technology we previously discussed for extra-strength adhesion, but with no mud holes, excess compound gets pushed out the back of the bead. The lack of a mud bump here is key to reducing the amount of mud used overall to install a Fast Edge corner bead, and the vinyl core means this is a long-lasting, super-durable solution for protecting your corners.
INSTALLING FAST EDGE CORNER BEADS
Since it also features Mud Lock Technology, the process for installing Fast Edge is quite similar to that of Mud Set Beads — no staples or sprays required.
Run a length of Fast Edge through a hopper, or use a knife or compound applicator tube to apply mud directly on the drywall. Stick the bead in place on the corner, making sure your lines are straight, then we’d suggest you use a Pro Series Quad Roller to apply pressure evenly. Use a taping knife to whip down the excess mud that has been squeezed through the back of the bead’s mud legs.
You can then layer on your fill coat of mud right away and, once that dries, your finish coat. Where standard vinyl will require around three coats of mud to finish, you’re already prepared to move on to your next project with the Fast Edge installation method. We named it Fast Edge for a good reason!
When it comes to comparing vinyl corner bead installation methods, we’ll let you be the judge — there’s no wrong answers here! When you choose vinyl, you’re choosing higher-quality materials, choosing impact resistance, choosing no rust and no mold.
The choice you make in installation method from there — between spray-and-staples standard vinyl, Mud Set Beads and Fast Edge — entirely depends on what’s most important to you, the finisher. Do you want the tried-and-true method, the strongest or the fastest?
All Trim-Tex corner beads fit into one of these three corner bead installation methods. Want to browse our collection of over 200 different looks and styles? Go ahead and download our digital catalog by hitting the button below!
Stitches, Staples, or Skin Glue (Liquid Stitches): Which Do You Need?
If you or your child has a minor cut or scrape at home, you should clean the wound and stick a bandage over it.
But if you have a more severe gash, cut, or break in the skin, a doctor might use other options to close your wound. These might include stitches, staples, glue, or zippers. The type of material and technique your doctor uses will depend on many things, like what type of injury you have, your age and health, your doctor’s experience and preference, and what materials are available.
Doctors use sticky strips of tape (such as Steri-Strips) to pull together the edges of minor skin wounds. Skin tape costs less than other types of materials used to close wounds. But tape can lose its stickiness over time, especially if it gets wet. If it gets loose, the wound can break open.
Your doctor may use adhesive tape if you have a minor cut, laceration, or incision (low-tension wound). They might also use it during surgery if you have buried or absorbable skin sutures (stitches).
The strips usually fall off by themselves in about 10 days.
This is the most common technique for closing skin wounds. A doctor uses a piece of surgical thread called a suture to sew (or stitch) two ends of skin together. Surgeons once used animal tendons, horsehair, pieces of plants, or human hair to create sutures. Today, they’re made from natural or manmade materials like plastic, nylon, or silk.
Sutures may be permanent or absorbable (they dissolve in the body). Which type your doctor chooses depends on many things, including the type of incision and your risk of infection.
Your doctor may use permanent sutures for:
- Wounds that might take a long time to heal
- Closing surgical incisions, including those made for drainage tubes
- Tying off blood vessels or parts of the bowel
- Wounds involving connective tissue (fascia), muscles, or blood vessels
They might choose absorbable sutures for wounds that involve:
- Lower layers of skin
- Muscle and connective tissue
- Lining inside the mouth
- Areas with blood vessels close to the surface of the skin
Doctors sometimes use fast-absorbing sutures for skin grafts. That’s when your doctor covers lost or damaged skin with a patch of healthy skin.
Glue (Tissue Adhesive)
Doctors use surgical glue — also called “tissue adhesive” or “liquid stitches”– to close both major and minor wounds, such as lacerations, incisions made during laparoscopic surgery, and wounds on the face or in the groin.
Benefits of surgical glue include:
- Lower rates of infection
- Less time in the operating room
- Less scarring
- No needle sticks or stitches (child friendly)
- Quicker return to work and other activities, like sports
- No stitches to remove
Surgical glue costs more than sutures. Some people are allergic to it. The glue can’t be used if you have an increased risk for slow wound healing (this occurs with diabetes and other health conditions).
Application of the glue requires a precise technique. Ask your doctor about their experience using this wound-closure material.
Doctors can use a skin stapler to quickly close a long skin wound or cut in a hard-to-reach area. Staples may dissolve in the body — meaning they’re absorbable — or may be external and need to be removed by your doctor.
There are a number of benefits to using medical staples. They allow your doctor to quickly close your wound with minimal damage. They’re easier to remove than stitches, and you spend less time under anesthesia.
With absorbable staples, you also have a lower risk of infection. Wounds tend to heal better, and you have fewer issues with scarring.
This is an alternative to conventional sutures. It’s often used for wounds that need to be monitored by your doctor on a regular basis. It combines a zipper with two strips of adhesive, which are placed on either side of the wound and trimmed to size after surgery. When the zipper closes, it pulls the edges of the skin together. Studies show it’s painless to remove, so it could be a good option for kids. The zipper can’t be used in obese patients and those with wounds that curve more than 20 degrees.
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How to Recover an Old Bicycle Seat : 9 Steps (with Pictures)
The photo shows it all. Here’s the materials list:
– an old seat (for this example I used a basic Ritchey Vector Comp saddle)
– new seat material (see note on materials below!)
– 3M Automotive Headliner Adhesive
– Pliers (for removing staples)
– Pen (a sharpie, or any fabric marking pen)
– craft knife
– Staple gun
– Staples (see note on staples!)
Notes on covering material
The beauty of this is you could feasibly use just about any material you’d like for this project. I’ve used everything from leather seat cushions from thrift stores (or better yet, ones destined for the garbage) to heavy-duty red & white plaid picnic table cloths.
For this example, I’m using marine upholstery vinyl. It’s durable, holds up to the elements, doesn’t need any treatment (like many leathers), won’t stain, and is relatively cheap and easy to get a hold of. I picked some up at the local chain fabric store.
The other nice thing about this project is you really only need a 12″x12″ scrap of fabric (even less for most saddles) so just about any scrap material will work, and most scrap leather/vinyl can be had on the cheap.
Notes on Staples
While there are a wide variety of upholstery and industrial staples, I’ve kept it simple and used a bargain staple gun and the smallest (shallowest) staple available at the mega-mart home improvement shop. Ideally, if you can easily find them, staples that are 4mm (5/32″) long are ideal, but I’m in a small town and didn’t feel like going through the trouble/cost of special ordering, so I picked up some 6mm (1/4″) staples (Arrow JT21 #214) that do the trick if you’re careful.
Notes on Adhesives
I highly recommend Automotive Headliner Adhesive for this application, and the 3M version is pretty much the gold standard. This could be done with contact (rubber) cement or a myriad of other adhesives, but durability, permanence, and initial strength to hold while upholstering all make headliner adhesive a worthwhile choice. It can be found in small 5oz. cans (intended for touch-up) that is more than enough for a few bike seats.
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Incision Care: Steri-Strips, Staples & Stitches
What is an incision?
An incision is a cut through the skin made during surgery. Another name for an incision is a surgical wound. The size, location, and number of incisions depend on the type of surgery.
What is a dressing and how often should dressings be changed?
A dressing is a sterile bandage that protects incisions from bacteria and keeps it clean and dry. Dressings should be changed daily or according to your doctor’s orders.
How are incision(s) closed?
Incisions are held closed using stitches, staples, tissue glue, or a special kind of adhesive tape called Steri-Strips™. A sterile dressing covers the incision(s).
How do I care for my incisions after surgery?
Incisions must be kept clean and dry. Proper care of incisions promotes healing, reduces scarring, and reduces the risk of an infection. Follow your doctor’s instructions for incision care very carefully.Some general tips about caring for incisions include:
- Always wash your hands before and after touching your incisions.
- Always inspect your incisions and wounds every day for signs of infection.
- Bleeding: If the incisions start to bleed, cover them with a clean tissue or towel and apply direct and constant pressure to the incisions for at least 5 minutes. If bleeding stops, remove the bloody dressing, clean the incisions (see instructions below), and apply a fresh dressing. If bleeding does not stop after a few minutes, keep applying direct constant pressure to the incisions and call your doctor or go to the emergency room.
- Clothing: Avoid wearing tight clothes that rub on the incisions.
- Itching: Incisions may feel itchy as they heal; this is normal. Don’t scratch them. If the itchiness gets worse instead of better, call your doctor. This may be a sign of infection or that stitches are too tight.
- Staples and Stitches: You may wash or shower 24 hours after surgery unless you are directed otherwise by your healthcare professional. Cleanse the area with mild soap and water and gently pat dry with a clean cloth. Your staples will be removed when the wound is healed. Some stitches dissolve over time; others need to be removed by your doctor. Dissolvable stitches often are held in place by strips of tape (Steri-Strips).
- Steri-Strips: You may wash or shower with Steri-Strips in place. Cleanse the area with mild soap and water and gently pat dry with a clean towel or cloth. Do not pull, tug, or rub Steri-Strips. The Steri-Strips will fall off on their own within 2 weeks. After 2 weeks, gently remove any remaining Steri-Strips.
- Tissue glue: The glue should be kept dry and the incisions should be kept out of direct sunlight. The glue will dry out and fall off within 5 to 10 days.
What supplies are needed to change a dressing?
The basic supplies needed for changing a dressing are:
- Gauze pads.
- Disposable medical gloves.
- Surgical tape.
- Plastic bag (for disposing of old dressing, tape, etc.).
What steps are involved in changing a dressing?
The steps begin with preparing the area where the dressing will be changed. The next steps are to remove the old dressing, cleanse and rinse the incision, and apply the new dressing.
Step 1: How do I prepare the area for changing the dressing?
First, you or the caregiver who is changing the dressing needs a clean surface to work on. Pets should be moved to a different room, and the caregiver should remove any jewelry. The surface where the supplies will be laid out should be washed with soap and water and covered with a clean cloth or paper towel.
Step 2. How do I remove the old dressing?
First, you’ll prepare your new dressing. Open the gauze package(s) without touching the gauze. Next, cut new tape strips. Set aside.
To remove the old dressing:
- Wash your hands by wetting them down, adding soap, and washing for 30 seconds (about the time it takes to sing “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star”). Clean under your nails.
- Rinse your hands well and dry with a clean towel.
- Put on medical gloves and loosen the tape holding the dressing in place.
- Remove the dressing. Unless the doctor has said to remove the dressing dry, you can wet it if it sticks to the wound to help remove it. Throw the old dressing and dirty medical gloves into a plastic bag.
Step 3. How do I cleanse and rinse the incision?
First, place a towel under the wound to catch the drainage. Wash your hands with soap and water. Dry with a clean towel and put on new medical gloves.
To cleanse the incision:
- Make mild soapy water or a salt water solution.
- Soak a piece of gauze or soft cloth in the soapy water or saline solution and gently pat or wipe the incision and skin around it with the damp cloth.
- Use the damp cloth to remove dried blood and drainage from the skin around the incision.
- Unless otherwise specified by the doctor, do not use skin cleansers, alcohol, peroxide, iodine, or antibacterial soap. These can damage the tissue and slow healing.
To rinse the incision:
- Fill a syringe with salt water or soapy water, whichever your doctor recommends.
- Hold the syringe 1 to 6 inches away from the incision and gently squeeze the bulb to spray the solution into the incision. This rinsing will wash away any remaining blood or drainage.
- Pat the incision dry using a soft, dry cloth, or piece of gauze.
Always inspect your incisions for signs of infection. (See question, “what are the signs of a possible infection”)
Step 4. How do I apply the new dressing?
- If your surgeon prescribed an antibiotic ointment, apply a very thin layer of the ointment to the incision.
- Hold a clean, sterile gauze pad by a corner and place it over the incisions. (This is the gauze that you opened and set aside in step 2.)
- Tape all four sides of the gauze pad. (This is the tape that you already cut and set aside in step 2.)
- Put all trash in the plastic bag, remove your gloves and add them to the trash bag.
- Seal plastic bag and throw it away.
- Wash your hands.
- Wash any soiled laundry separately. Ask your doctor if you should add bleach during the wash cycle.
What can I do to reduce the risk of infection?
- Always wash your hands before and after touching your incisions.
- Follow your doctor’s instructions about keeping the incisions and dressing dry.
- Follow your doctor’s instructions about changing the dressing.
- Exposing incisions to sunlight for at least 3 months.
- Removing the tape strips; picking at staples, tissue glue, or stitches.
- Keeping the incisions wet (make sure the incision sites have been patted dry after washing).
- Using scented soap, lotion or powder, alcohol, iodine, or peroxide around the incisions.
Risks / Benefits
What are the signs of a possible infection in an incision?
- A wound that has green or yellow drainage
- A bad odor from the incision.
- Opening of the incision line – it gets deeper, longer, or wider.
- Redness that goes beyond the basic edge of the incision – site should show signs of improvement and not getting redder.
- Warmth, hardness, around the incision.
- Fever (greater than 101 degrees Fahrenheit or 38.4 degrees Celsius), sweating, or chills.
- Swings in blood sugar levels in a diabetic patient.
What are the general risk factors for developing an infection?
Patients at higher risk are those who have:
- A history of smoking.
- Excess weight.
- Poor nutrition.
- Weak immune system (for example, a patient on chemotherapy or an elderly patient).
- Recent emergency surgery or a long surgical procedure.
Recovery and Outlook
What are the limits on activity while an incision is healing?
Staying active improves healing by improving blood flow. After some types of surgery, the doctor may recommend avoiding lifting, pulling, straining, exercise, or sports for a month after surgery. Following these instructions will prevent opening of the incision line and promote healing.
How long does it take for an incision to heal?
Good incision care can help ensure that it heals well and an infection doesn’t develop. In most cases, a surgical incision heals in about two weeks. More complex surgical incisions will take longer to heal. Patients with other medical conditions or taking certain medications may need a little extra time to heal.
When to Call the Doctor
When is it important to call the doctor?
Call the doctor if you experience:
- Bleeding that does not stop with pressure.
- If there is any sign of infection (see question, “what are the signs of a possible infection”).
- If you have questions or confusion about incision care instructions.
3M Aerosol Adhesives: One-touch secure bonding
Do-it-yourself work creates a sense of joy and pride. In childhood, we all made crafts, made and sewed in labor lessons. For some, these hobbies remained only in their memories. But many are still engaged in applied arts, and some have even devoted their entire lives to this business. After all, today handicraft is synonymous with exclusivity, quality and special attitude. Clothes, decor, furniture, dishes – in any field there are masters who create masterpieces with their own hands every day.
3M – science brought to life
Those who make exclusive products or simply create for themselves, know that the quality of the finished product directly depends on the raw materials. Therefore, craftsmen prefer trusted manufacturers who have earned their trust and who help their products to realize any creative ideas.
Company 3M is a global manufacturer that has been creating advanced technologies that make our life easier for over 100 years. For example, in the 1930s, she introduced one of her most famous inventions, the world’s first Scotch® adhesive tape. No wonder the slogan of the company sounds like this: “Science brought to life”. Today the manufacturer is in constant development. Improves and makes adhesive products stronger, stronger, better. They are used not only in everyday life, but also in the construction industry, the aviation industry and mechanical engineering.
The 3M range of aerosol adhesives – any challenge
Modern solution – aerosol adhesive.Numerous small droplets under pressure are evenly sprayed onto the work surface. The product does not damage materials and does not penetrate into their structure. That is why it can be used to glue even what seems to be impossible to glue, for example, porous materials: MDF or chipboard.
3M aerosol adhesive is convenient!
- Ready for operation. No brushes, rollers, spray systems or other tools are required to apply material.
- Easy to store. The composition is in a sealed container, so it does not dry out and can be stored for a long time.
- Smart savings. Uniform and metered spraying can significantly reduce the consumption of glue in comparison with analogues.
- Always with you. A can of glue does not take up much space, so it is convenient to take it with you.
3M offers a wide range of aerosol adhesives. DIY craftsmen, furniture assemblers, installers, graphic designers, university students and needlewomen – everyone will find a means to solve their problems.
3M aerosol adhesives are an easy and high-quality embodiment of all ideas! The tools will cope with any materials: from paper and fabric to foam and wood. With their help, your work will be unique and accurate. Try one of the popular products in the line and enjoy the benefits of working with them.
For maximum precision and accuracy
3M ™ Super 77 ™ Aerosol Adhesive is a versatile product that is suitable for most common tasks.The main component in the composition is synthetic elastomers. As a result, the adhesive has good tack and excellent strength properties.
For which materials is it suitable? The adhesive is useful for lightweight materials such as paper, cardboard, cloth, foam or foil.
What is special? Spray adhesive does not penetrate into the material and does not damage its structure, thereby ensuring delicate adhesion. Does not leave marks and greasy stains on the finished product.This is important for work that requires increased accuracy, for example, when modeling projects or restoring upholstered furniture. Allows repositioning, i.e. an inaccurate connection can be corrected within a short period of time.
How to use? For a quick and secure connection, apply adhesive to both sides of the surfaces to be bonded.
In which areas to use?
Advertising: glue banners, make POS constructions out of cardboard and foam, surprise with non-standard souvenir products.
Decor: design showcases, menu stands, decorate interior items with unusual materials.
Furniture: Glue upholstery of cabinet furniture and decorative elements.
Study: Create layouts, collages, work with the most demanding decorative materials. Be creative!
Advantages of 3M ™ Super 77 ™ Aerosol Adhesive
- Ability to reposition – Inaccurate connections can be corrected in a short time.
- Careful work – the glue does not penetrate into the structure of the material and does not leak.
- Minimum consumption – one cylinder is enough for about 12 sq. m.
For high strength and reliability
3M ™ Hi-Strength 90 Aerosol Adhesive is a strong adhesive that can be used to securely bond structures that require maximum strength.
For which materials is it suitable? Can be used to glue decorative laminate, wood, metal, plastic.
How to use? The agent is applied to both sides of the bonded surfaces. It is recommended to stand for 10 minutes to achieve maximum initial strength.
In which areas to use?
Due to its high peel strength, this adhesive is popular with DIY craftsmen and furniture assemblers.It is very often used in the production of cabinet furniture. For example, to glue two chipboard boards to obtain the required thickness.
On the benefits of Hi-Strength aerosol adhesive 90
- Reliability of the glue line – the composition retains its strength even at high humidity and temperature drops.
- Wide range of possibilities – the adhesive is able to bond even polyethylene and wood.
- Spray Geometry Adjustment – Spray jet can be adjusted in width.
What else do you need?
3M ™ IndustrialCleaner. As you know, aerosol glue, like analogues, must be applied to cleaned and degreased surfaces. The tool perfectly copes with degreasing various surfaces, including painted and plastic ones. Eliminates most stubborn dirt: glue, resin, grease, tar.
What is special? The composition is made on the basis of citrus oil. This not only gives a pleasant aroma, but also does not affect the properties of the processed material. So, the agent does not provoke the appearance of corrosion on the metal, because there are no chlorinated solvents and oil distillation products in the composition.
In the assortment of the manufacturer and the needlewoman, and the designer-decorator, and the installer – everyone will find a product to solve their problem. Whether it is a model of a future building, furniture for the home, a children’s toy or an exclusive piece of furniture – 3M aerosol adhesives will help you in any business.Choose for your tasks!
Contact aerosol adhesive Hranipex
PVA glue is widely used in furniture production. We are faced with this glue from a school bench (stationery glue). Today this type of glue is produced on an industrial scale – furniture PVA (universal), PVA M glue – frost-resistant glue. Household PVA glue for gluing wallpaper. Along with the obvious advantages of this type of glue (non-toxicity, mechanical stability and fire safety), there is a clear disadvantage – such glue has low water resistance, which leads to its limited use in such an area of production as furniture facades.
What does the chemical industry offer in return?
Polychloroprene-based contact adhesives.
We will immediately analyze the important properties that can be attributed to the nuances of the technology for working with this type of glue:
- Fire hazard at the stage of glue spraying – the room must be protected from the risks of accidental fire and, of course, there must be no sources of open fire in the room;
- Chemical odors in the room during the period of glue spraying, which is easily eroded when observing the regulations for working with aerosols, when ventilating or forced ventilation of the working area of the gluing.Note an important point – after the glue has cured, the smell is completely absent;
- When glue is used vertically – gluing insulation, vapor barrier or acoustic boards – there is a weight limit – no more than 15 kg.
Qualitative characteristics that tip the scales in favor of such adhesives – water resistance of products, high temperature stability
The scope of application of contact adhesive is practically unlimited – it is suitable for gluing MDF, paper-laminated plastic (HPL / CPL), laminate, plastics, gluing ABS edges, gluing individual aluminum parts in the interior, most metals (without causing them corrosion) wood , PVC. The high chemical stability of Hranifix glue allows you to work with polyurethane foam, using this glue for gluing technical fabrics – spandbond, or fixing finishing materials without fear of the basis – foam rubber, at the same time, without using metal staples or furniture nails, when working with materials such as “ matting “, PVC leather and others.
Another feature of aerosol contact adhesives is the time of working with workpieces, for example, Hranifix glue dries within 2 minutes at normal temperature of natural air humidity, however, high humidity and low temperature slow down the drying time, subsequently without affecting the quality of fastening materials.
The preparation stage in the work on gluing the parts is important, the surfaces to be glued must be cleaned, if it is repair and restoration work at the facility, if necessary, degrease and start applying the glue with a uniform layer.
In the workshop.
The surfaces to be glued must be cleaned, dried, free from grease and dust before applying the glue. All materials to be bonded must be at operating temperature (15–25 ° C). Apply glue to both glued surfaces.Apply the glue from a distance of 15–20 cm from the surface of the bonded material. Ideal results will be obtained if 80–100% of the surface is covered with a thin, uniform layer of adhesive. When applied optimally, the adhesive will create a cobweb-like film. Avoid applying too thick a layer. The glue should not flow. After applying the desired layer, the adhesive must be allowed to breathe for approx. 3 minutes (the glue should be dry when touched), after the solvent evaporates from the glue, attach the surfaces to each other and press them firmly, and if necessary squeeze with a press.Porous materials can be coated with a second coat after drying, which will increase the bond strength.
If you work with a large volume of glued surfaces, then you should apply glue to both parts, increasing the amount to the edges of the parts and transfer the part to the press.
Dissolution of workpieces is possible in an hour, however, when gluing parts with an area of up to 0.5 sq. M., It is recommended to increase the holding time by one and a half to two times.
At the end of the application of the glue and the loosening of the parts, we recommend that you clean the working tool until the glue is completely cured, for example using Hraniclean 01, a hand cleaner.
Using contact aerosol adhesives in production, it is possible to produce a quality product, being absolutely confident in the manufactured goods – interior panels, facades, decor and design elements.
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Tools and measuring equipment Accessories and consumables Repair glue
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For bonding plastic, wood, rubber, metal, leather and other smooth surfaces.High strength. The compound is resistant to water, high temperatures and cleaning agents. Composition: Cyanoacrylate.
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For joining various combinations of metals, wood, chipboard, concrete, ceramics, linoleum, fabrics, plexiglass and other materials. Ingredients: bisphenol A epoxy resin, pentaerythrotol propoxylate, 3-Mercapto-1, 2-propanediol, tris (dimethylaminomethyl) phenol …
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Effectively used for gluing various parts.Based on epoxy resin, bonding time is about six minutes, fully cured after 1-2 days (24-48 hours).
No .: 383145
Moment Crystal is especially suitable for gluing soft and hard PVC, polystyrene, plexiglass and other plastics, in various combinations it glues wood, metal, rubber, paper, cardboard, polyurethane, cork, foam rubber, porcelain, porcelain. ..
No .: 734219
One-component super glue RUNWAY based on ethyl cyanoacrylate with the addition of gel, designed for quick bonding of various materials.
Designed for all types of quick repair work in the home, workshop, car, in the design of models. Instantly glues any combination of porcelain, ceramics, wood, leather, rubber, metal, cork, cardboard, most plastics. The adhesive is good …
No .: 383138
Ideal for joining surfaces exposed to water, used in high humidity conditions.
No .: 660858
Solvent-based contact adhesive.Combination bonding of soft and hard polyvinyl chloride, polystyrene, plexiglass, and other types of plastic.
Item No .: 383135
It is a one-component, medium viscosity cyanoacrylate adhesive. Designed for domestic and technical applications and forms a strong glue line when bonding a wide range of porous and non-porous materials.
No .: 779451
For fast and permanent bonding of various elements of metal, wood, plastic, glass and ceramics.
No .: 383143
For fast and reliable bonding of metals, wood, fabric, pottery, porcelain, crystal, glass, pearls, bones, precious stones, various plastics (polyester, bakelite, hard polystyrene, acrylic glass, etc.) .). Not applicable for w …
No .: 660507
Means for removing adhesive based on cyanoacrylate.
No .: 734220
One-component super glue RUNWAY based on ethyl cyanoacrylate, designed for quick bonding of various materials.
No .: 779390
Universal. For fast, durable, hermetically sealed parts made of metals, plastics, ceramics, wood, glass, etc. Grabs in 40-45 minutes. On a damp surface.
No .: 779388
Quick action. For a durable hermetic connection of parts made of metals, plastics, ceramics, wood, glass, etc. Grabs in 15 minutes. On a damp surface.
No .: 660509
For bonding combinations of metals, wood, chipboard, concrete, ceramics, linoleum, fabrics, plexiglass and other materials.Setting time 180 min.
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Means for removing stains and excess of hardened second glue (super glue) and a number of other adhesives. In the form of a thick gel – does not spread.
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