Franklin Adhesives & Polymers has produced a series of free “How-To” Gluing Guides to help wood products manufacturers achieve optimal results in edge and face gluing, assembly gluing, finger jointing, and hot and cold press lamination.
Franklin Adhesives &
Polymers, a division of Franklin International, has put some of its expertise
in the assembly of wood products into print: The division has produced a series
of free “How-To” Gluing Guides to help wood products manufacturers achieve
optimal results in edge and face gluing, assembly gluing, finger jointing, and
hot and cold press lamination.
Each guidebook includes in-depth
guidelines for adhesive application, assembly time, pressure and other factors
in effective gluing. In addition, each includes a comprehensive guide to
troubleshooting common problems, from joint fingers that are too short or too
long to under-cured or frosted assembly glue lines.
The guidebooks also provide
a list of recommended products for each of the gluing processes. As an
international leader in adhesives for wood-products manufacturing, Franklin
Adhesives & Polymers offers more than 25 adhesive formulas under the
Titebond®, ReacTITE®, Multibond
Assembly®and Advantage®brand names.
To request a free copy of one or more of the new gluing guides from Franklin
Adhesives & Polymers, firstname.lastname@example.org call customer service at (800) 487-4583 or
(614) 443-0241. You can also view the guides on the Web atwww.franklinadhesivesandpolymers.com.
FRANKLIN ADHESIVES & POLYMERS: Gluing Guides (11/23/09)
November 23, 2009