Parquet adhesive + hardener
Two-component, waterless, fast-curing polyurethane adhesive for the gluing of all parquet types. Also for the fixing of rubber coverings.
- for the gluing of all parquet types
- fast curing
- contains no water
Solvent-free, two-component, fast-curing polyurethane adhesive for installing parquet. ISO 17178 - hard. Also suitable for fixing rubber coverings on both absorbent and non-absorbent substrates. Suitable to be used with underfloor heating. Has M1 Emission Classification for Building Materials.
|Package Size||EAN Code|
|5 kg + 840 g||6411511044058|
Parquet on board subfloor: 1–2 m²/l (0.75–1.5 kg/m²)
Parquet on concrete subfloor: 1–1½ m²/l (1–1.5 kg/m²)
Rubber floorings with profiled reverse side: 1.5 m²/l (1 kg/m²)
Rubber floorings with smooth reverse side: 2–3 m²/l (500–750 g/m²)
Sports area floorings on asphalt-concrete: 1.5 m²/l (1 kg/m²)
12 h (+20 °C)
resin 5 kg / hardener 840 g
resin 1 kg / hardener 170 g
30–40 min (+20 °C, 50 % RH)
In unopened containers, above +1 °C, for 12 months.
concrete subfloor for parquet: max. 3 w-% or 80 % RH
concrete subfloor for rubber flooring.: max. 3,5 w-% or 85 % RH
wood: 8 - 12 %
Refer to both national and parquet manufacturer’s instructions on conditions during installation and use.
Approx. 50 min. (spread on the substrate)
Suitable substrates are steel-trowelled concrete, plywood, chipboard, cork board and wooden floor. Substrate must be dry, solid, smooth and free from dust and other materials that might impair adhesion. Remove the cement skin by sanding and vacuuming the dust prior to gluing. Concrete subfloor can be levelled with a Kiilto parquet subfloor levelling compound, if needed. (Levelling does not form a suitable subfloor for parquets over 22 x 70 x 500 mm.) Adhesive strength in tension of concrete and levelling compound must be 1.5 N/mm² at the minimum. If gluing on board, we recommend using min. 9 mm plywood board or similar. Follow also the parquet manufacturer's instructions and any applicable national regulations (in Finland SisäRYL 2013, the RYL Code of Building Practice). A hard adhesive reduces any dimensional variations caused by the moisture movement in wood, but at the same time it enables movement stress on the substrate.
Parquet floors: Mix resin and hardener thoroughly just before use according to the given ratio. Spread the adhesive using a notched trowel on a surface of approx. 5 m² and lay the parquet immediately onto the fresh adhesive surface. Check that a uniform adhesive layer is formed between the covering and the substrate, and that no adhesive bursts out from between the parquet boards. Minimum bonding time in standard conditions is approx. 12 h, but we recommend sanding the parquet after 1–2 days at the earliest. Fresh adhesive stains can be removed with acetone or xylene, dried adhesive only by mechanical means.
Rubber floorings: Mix resin and hardener thoroughly just before use according to the given ratio. The bonding can be carried out by one-side gluing. Choose the adhesive spreader notching correctly so that the space between the flooring and the substrate is filled with adhesive, but no adhesive bursts out from between the gaps. When working with floorings with a strongly profiled reverse side, apply the adhesive carefully. Use appropriate notching and roll the flooring properly. The flooring must be rubbed/rolled before the adhesive cures. The most suitable roll weight is 50–70 kg.
Note! Some rubber types contain components that may retard the adhesive's strength build up or the final strength. Carry out preliminary adhesion tests, if needed.
The information given in this product data sheet is based on our tests and our practical knowledge. The technical data is defined in standard conditions. Variations in local working conditions and methods will affect the product performance and result. We guarantee the high quality of our products according to our Quality Management System. No liability can be accepted from incorrect use of the product or prevailing conditions, over which we have no control. Thus, we cannot be held responsible for the final result. The correct use of the product presupposes that the user has made him/herself aware of the contents of the working instructions and procedure guide, if provided.
Avoid unnecessary skin contact and exposure with the fresh product, use safety gloves. Refer to material safety data sheet. For information on product and package disposal, visit www.kiilto.com.