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Applications Lecol PVAc adhesive

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Applications Lecol PVAc adhesives

Lecol PVAc adhesive is a quick-drying white wood glue based on polyvinyl acetate, with a high bonding strength, for the durable adhesion of interlocking wooden floor planks. It dries clear and nearly invisiible. The adhesive complies with class D3 according to EN 204 Standard. This means that the adhesive can be used in damp areas indoors.


Lecol PVAc adhesive

The Lecol PVAC adhesive is a dispersion adhesive and is only suitable for bonding floating parquet floors to be installed in the tongue and groove.

This PVAc dispersion adhesive has a thin viscosity so that it is easy to apply by hand. In almost all cases, a protective fabric layer is placed on the subfloor first. This is often referred to as an underlay. This intermediate layer can have different functions, such as the (partial) leveling of the subfloor, sound insulation, moisture insulation, etc. and is available in many different variants. The parquet is placed floating, ie no glue is applied to the sub floor. The parquet is only glued into the tongue and groove of the longitudinal side of the parquet parts and is therefore placed floating on the substrate. If there are also end-to-end tongue and groove sides, the Lecol PVAc glue is of course also applied. The adhesive is applied to the tongue or groove on one side, depending on the instructions of the parquet manufacturer. The nozzle on the glue bottle can be cut to size.


Important Notes
  • The glued parts should be joined together within 5 to 7 minutes. Apply sufficient pressure (for example with a hammer in combination with a parquet iron), so that the joints are completely closed.
  • We recommend allowing the adhesive to dry for at least 12 hours before using the floor. Do not store the adhesive below + 5 ° C. Sensitive to frost, also avoid storage above + 30 ° C.
  • Lecol PVAc glue is available in a 750g and 1kg container. Consumption is approximately 750 grams for 20m² with tongue and groove bonding.


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