Adhesive melt Henkel TECHNOMELT PW 839
Description and characteristics — Adhesive melt Henkel TECHNOMELT PW 839
Adhesive melt of Henkel TECHNOMELT PW 839 (formerly DORUS Q 839) — on the basis of copolymers EVA for veneering of profile surfaces of the films based on resin-soaked paper and veneer.
Adhesive melt Henkel TECHNOMELT PW 839 has the following characteristics:
|Product type||Melt adhesive|
|Appearance||Granules, Transparent, Yellow|
Areas of Application
Facing profiles of chipboard, MDF, solid wood thin film on the basis of paper impregnated with resins and veneer.
- Low viscosity
- Without filler
- Provides high adhesion
- Easy to apply
- High thermal stability and aging resistance
- Provides good quality of gluing of smooth surfaces
- Melts quickly
- Is recommended for use on machines with high feed rates, as well as for facing wide profiles
Technical data Henkel TECHNOMELT PW 839
|Softening point (ring and ball), °C||~87|
|Brookfield viscosity is 180 °C, mPa*s||~8 500|
|Brookfield viscosity is 200 °C, mPa*s||~5 000|
Recommendations for use
Before use, read the Safety Data Sheet for information on safety precautions and safety recommendations. Always take precautionary measures. Please always follow the internal safety instructions. If necessary, contact Henkel for support.
Instructions for use of the adhesive melt Henkel TECHNOMELT PW 839
- Recommended operating temperature on rollers — 170-190 °C
- 60-70 g/m2 when facing MDF and solid profiles
- 80-100 g/m2 when facing profiles from chipboard
Melt adhesives release volatile substances even within operating temperatures. The smell of vapors may cause irritation. Long-term temperature influence on the melt can cause partial decomposition of the glue. Therefore, it is necessary to take measures to ensure the removal of vapors from the working area, for example, by installing aspirating equipment.
Form and packaging
The product is delivered in the form of granules in polyethylene bags of 25 kg.
Storage of melt adhesive TECHNOMELT PW 839
Store in original tightly closed container in a cool dry place. Shelf life (in the original packaging) is 2 years.