Polyvinyl acetate adhesive Z.TEX Series
for aluminumfor rubberfor wood

polyvinyl acetate adhesive
polyvinyl acetate adhesive
polyvinyl acetate adhesive
polyvinyl acetate adhesive
polyvinyl acetate adhesive
polyvinyl acetate adhesive
polyvinyl acetate adhesive
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Chemical composition
polyvinyl acetate
Type of substrate
for aluminum, for rubber, for wood
Number of components
Technical characteristics
transparent, viscosity
for the construction industry, for panels, for windows and doors


Z. Tex 45 is polyvinyl acetate adhesive with low plasticizer content, suitable for bonding wood, plastic laminate, paper, cardboard, cork and felt, porous materials. The dried film is transparent. It can be used both for cold and hot press. Typical uses • For bonding wood handworks in internal. • For bonding furniture, and fitting components. • For bonding partitions, doors, sandwich-panels. Technical data Solids content : 50 - 55 % * pH : 4 – 5 Viscosity : 10000 - 20000 mPas (Brookfield at 20°C-spindle 6 -20 rpm)* Specific gravity at 20°C : 1,1 Kg/dm³ Method of use Surface preparation: the surfaces must be free from dust, grease and any contaminants. Application: apply the adhesive by brush, spatula or roller spreader an even coat onto one of the surfaces. With strongly absorbing or particularly hard materials apply on both the surfaces. The adhesive can be diluted in water. Assembly: after spreading the adhesive bring the parts into contact and apply adequate pressure. When the adhesive is applied on both parts the open time is 5-10 minutes. With rigid materials (wood - wood) the best results are obtained with a pressure of 2-3 kg/cm². When pressing flat panels at 60-80°C, it is sufficient a pressure time of 3-4 min. Consumption: 150-200 gr/m². It depends on porosity and on surface condition of the material.


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