WOOD GLUE

WOOD GLUE

Polyvinyl acetate (PVA) glue is the most common type of wood glue. This type includes typical white and yellow glues, or what are commonly called “carpenter’s glue.” Iit can be used for many – but not all – projects. Hide glue is made from animal products.Wood glue strength ranges from roughly 3,600 to 4,000 psi—that is they can withstand pressures of between 3,600 and 4,000 pounds per square inch.Store your wood glue in a fridge to extend its life, like you do with your groceries. Most adhesives manufacturers stamp an official shelf life on their products to limit liability in case poor storage conditions cause product failure. The stated shelf life of wood glue is typically one to two years.

Appearance: Creamy Thick Paste Liquid

Application : Used as Wood and Packages.

Derivation : Rainbow Tac, Care Bond,White Bull

PH: 5 to 6

WOOD GLUE (WG) SPECIFICATIONS

Rainbow TAC

Care Bond

White Bull

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