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286.30 JOW 286.30 Transparent

286.30 JOW - 286.30 Transparent

286.30 JOW 286.30 Transparent

Packaging
11,8 kg (48 cartridges)


Transparent unfilled hot-melt adhesive based on EVA in cartridges is intended for gluing furniture edges in Holz-Her cartridge devices.

Examples of use:
  • gluing ABS edges with primer
  • gluing of laminated edges
  • gluing veneer edges
  • gluing of PVC and PP edges

Characteristics:

Transparent hot- melt adhesive Jowatherm 286.30 based on EVA is suitable for gluing edges on gluing machines with slow to medium-fast feed.

Brookfield viscosity (200 ° C s27 / 2 rpm) 50 000 mPas
Softening point (Kofler) 90 ° C
Density at 20 ° C 1.05 ± 0.05 g / cm 3
Suitable working conditions:
Processing temperature
Ideal feed rate
Open time at 190 ° C
 
180-200
10-40
9 ± 2
 
° C
m / min
s

Packing and storage:

Store in the original package. When stored in closed containers in a cool and dry place at a temperature up to 20 ° C, it has a shelf life of 24 months.

Application:

When using hot melt adhesive, maintain the application temperature and check it regularly by measuring on a roller or nozzle. The temperature indicated on the control panel of the gluing machine may be different from the actual temperature. A lower adhesive temperature can affect the length of the open time and consequently reduce the quality of the bonded joint. At higher temperatures, the adhesive degrades with effect on color, viscosity, and adhesion. When gluing various types of materials, we recommend regular testing of the strength and quality of glue. The recommended ambient and material temperature are 15-25 ° C.

Clean the remaining adhesive on the furniture parts with Hraniclean 01 (08)Use Jowat 236.50 in the melting trays.