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Re: The Adhesive Quest

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  • John Frodigh
    Try Spruce and specialty..... [cid:image002.jpg@01CBBE18.384A5840] [cid:image003.gif@01CBBE18.384A5840] Wood
    Message 1 of 6 , Jan 27, 2011
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      Try Spruce and specialty…..

      Aircraft Spruce Heading

       Wood Products - Glues/Adhesives   CASCOPHEN

      A Resorcinol Formaldehyde Adhesive capable of curing at room temperature and providing strong, durable, waterproof bonds. Comes in two parts, a liquid resin (part A) and a powered catalyst (part B). the liquid resin is an alcohol-water solution of a partially condensed resorcinol-formaldehyde resin containing a suitable reinforcing cellulosic filler. The hardener is a tan powder formulated from paraformaldehyde and a suitable cellulosic filler.

      Produces a cured glue line which is resistant to fresh water or salt water, most acids and organic solvents, and lubricating oils and greases. Being thermoset, the bond is resistant to elevated temps. and conversely, no loss in bond strength occurs at temperatures as low as 40°F. These features make it advantageous for use as a general marine and aircraft use. It provides strong bonds between many wood and non-wood surfaces. These include treated woods, many plastics, natural and synthetic rubber, primed metal, leather, textiles, paper and fiber boards.

      CASCOPHEN RESOURCINAL ADH PT

      02-00036

      $23.50

      CASCOPHEN RESOURCINAL ADH QT

      02-00037

      $30.25

      CASCOPHEN RESOURCINAL ADH GAL

      02-00038

      $119.50

       

       

       



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    • Jon n Wanda
      Personaly I would use a epoxy glue of the glue not laminating type. it will have time restraints but will not keep getting harder over the years. Like kitchen
      Message 2 of 6 , Feb 3, 2011
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        Personaly I would use a epoxy glue of the glue not laminating type. it will have time restraints but will not keep getting harder over the years. Like kitchen chairs weldwood type glues fail with tine when strained.

        Jon
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