Titebond II Premium

Weather proof bond suitable for wood to wood bond where moisture is present. A shelf stable, one part (pre-catalysed) cross-linking PVA adhesive. It is recommended for high frequency and hot or cold press, edge and face gluing and finger joint applications. With its very fast setting rate, viscosity stability and high percentage solids, Titebond Premium II can also be used for a variety of assembly gluing applications. It develops a DIN EN 204 D3 water-resistant bond with a light-coloured glue line. Ideal for making block chopping boards is is approved for indirect food contact by FDA USA.

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Features

  • First one-part wood glue to pass ANSI Type II water-resistance ( passes the soak test)
  • Minimal joint creep
  • Designed for exterior use
  • Excellent sandability
  • Unaffected by finishes
  • FDA approved for indirect food contact
  • Ideal for radio frequency (R-F) and hot press gluing systems
  • Easy cleanup with water

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Part number Size Weight UPC Case UPC Units per package Packages per pallet
515003V 237ml 0.30kg 037083050035 10037083050032 12 160
510311V 473ml 0.57kg 037083050042 10037083050049 12 100
510312V 946ml 1.20kg 037083050059 10037083050056 6 88
510331V 3.785lt 4.36kg 037083050066 10037083050063 2 63
510332V 19lt 21.9kg 037083050073 1 24
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Type Cross-linking polyvinyl acetate
State Liquid
Colour Honey Cream
Dried film Translucent Yellow
Solids 48%
Viscosity 4,000 cps
Storage life 24 months in tightly closed containers at 24°C
Calculated VOC 3.0 g/L
Weight per gallon 4.17kg
Chalk temperature Approximately 13°C
Flashpoint > 93°C
Freeze/thaw stability Stable
pH 3.0
Bond strength Green Seal GS-36 Woodworking Glues

The standard includes product performance requirements and environmental and health requirements such as reduced toxicity, hazardous ingredients, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

Bond strength ASTM D905 (on hard maple)

This test method covers the determination of the comparative shear strengths of adhesive bonds used for bonding wood and other similar materials, when tested on a standard specimen under specified conditions of preparation, conditioning, and loading in compression. This test method is intended primarily as an evaluation of adhesives for wood. This specification is designed to cover comparative shear strengths of adhesive bonds used for bonding wood or other similar materials, when tested on a standard specimen under the subscribed conditions of preparation, conditioning and loading in compression. This test method is intended primarily as an evaluation for wood adhesives

Bond strength ASTM D4236

This practice describes the standard procedure for developing precautionary labels for art materials to provide chronic health hazard and precautionary statements based on knowledge that exists in the scientific and medical communities. These statements concern hazards known to be associated with a product or product component(s) when it is present in a physical form, volume, or concentration that in the opinion of a toxicologist has the potential to produce a chronic adverse health effect

Bond strength ANSI/HPVA Type II Water-Resistance : Wood glues

Type II testing is a soak test, involving cutting the 150 x 150mm glued block assemblies into 50 x 125mm specimens, soaking them for 4 hours, then baking in a 120°F oven for 19 hours. This is repeated for a total of three cycles, and the bonds must not de-laminate to pass the Type II specification. Also similar to D2 European standard testing.

Application Temperature
Above 13°C.

Open Assembly Time
3-5 minutes (21°C./50%RH)

Total Assembly Time
10-15 minutes (21°C./50%RH)

Minimum Required Spread
Approximately 6 square meters per litre

Required Clamping Pressure
Enough to bring joints tightly together (generally, 100-150 psi for softwoods, 125-175 psi for medium woods and 175-250 psi for hardwoods)

Method of Application
Plastic bottles for fine applications; glue may also be spread with a roller spreader or brush.

Cleanup
Damp cloth while glue is wet. Scrape off and sand dried excess.

Titebond II Premium Wood Glue is not for continuous submersion or for use below the waterline. Not for structural or load bearing applications. Do not use when temperature, glue or materials are below 12.7°C. Due to low pH, product may cause corrosion on metal surfaces, test product before using where rusting/corrosion may be of concern. Freezing may not affect the function of the product but may cause it to thicken. Agitation should restore product to original form. Because of variances in the surfaces of treated lumber, it is a good idea to test for adhesion. For best results gluing exotic or oily woods, such as Ipe and Teak, please contact our Technical Support Team at 1-800-347-4583. Read MSDS before use. KEEP FROM FREEZING. KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.

CAUTION: EYE AND SKIN IRRITANT. Contains aluminum chloride. Do not swallow. Do not allow eye contact or prolonged skin contact. FIRST AID:If swallowed, do not induce vomiting; contact physician. If eye contact occurs, flush with water for 15 minutes. Wash skin contact areas with soap and water. If irritation from eye or skin contact persists, contact physician. For additional information, refer to Safety Data Sheet. KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.