TITEBOND COLD PRESS VENEER


Titebond Cold Press for Veneer is a high-quality, economical alternative to contact cement for large-scale bonding of veneers to flat surfaces. It is specifically formulated for cold press laminating of wood to solid woods, particleboard, MDF, plywood and other porous materials. Titebond Cold Press offers a moderate speed of set, a ...

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Features & Benefits

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Economical alternative to contact cement
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Formulated to minimize "bleed-through"
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Moderate speed of set
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No harmful vapors
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Safe - nonflammable

Application Guidelines

Application Temperature:
Above 50°F.
Open Assembly Time:
15 minutes (70°F./50% RH)
Total Assembly Time:
15-20 minutes (70°F./50%RH)
Minimum Required Spread :
Approximately 6 mils or 250 square feet per gallon
Required Pressure Application :
100-250 psi, depending on substrates
Method of Application:
For most consistent coverage a mechanical spreader is recommended.
Cleanup:
Damp cloth while glue is wet. Scrape off and sand dried excess.
Limitations:
Titebond Cold Press for Veneer is specifically designed for veneering and is not suited for other types of assembly applications. Not recommended for exterior use or where moisture is likely. Do not use when temperature, glue or materials are below 50°F. Freezing may not affect the function of the product but may cause it to thicken. Agitation should restore product to original form. Read MSDS before use. NOTE: STIR PRODUCT BEFORE USE TO ENSURE UNIFORMITY. KEEP FROM FREEZING.

Physical Properties

Type
Modified PVA emulsion
Calculated VOC
2.0 g/L
State
Liquid
Weight Per Gallon
9.2 lbs.
Color
Tan
Dried Film
Dark Brown
Flashpoint
>200°F.
Solids
42%
Freeze/thaw Stability
Stable
Viscosity
4,500 cps
pH
4.9
Chalk Temperature
To assure a good bond, 50°F is the lowest recommended temperature of the glue, air and materials during application.
Storage Life
12 months in tightly closed containers at 70°F.

Bond Strength ASTM D-905 (On Hard Maple)

Temperature Strength Wood Failure
Room Temperature 2,508 psi 6%
150°F. Overnight 656 psi 0%