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The Protak range of adhesives offer one of the most comprehensive portfolios of solvent-free products for the Packaging, Woodworking, Joinery and Furniture industries. The Protak range consists of Hot Melts, Membrane Press Adhesives, PVAs and Urea Formaldehydes.
Protak adhesives are used in many industry sectors including:
This range of hotmelts is ideal for
With growing environmental awareness, Protak hot melts offer a solvent-free, low odour solution to solvent based and flammable adhesives.
Protak woodworking hot melts offer a full range of products for a variety of finishing and decorative woodworking applications such as edgebanding, profile wrapping and softforming.
This range of hotmelts is for
Protak membrane press adhesives have been specially developed for the production of vinyl wrapped doors. This range of single and two component cross linking adhesives satisfies the performance requirements for durability of surface and adhesion of BS6222 Part 3 1999 'Domestic Kitchen Equipment' as tested by FIRA.
This range of PVA’s is for
Protak assembly PVAs are high strength but provide a bond line that doesn't fracture over time. The finished bonds are flexible enough to withstand movements not only in the expansion and contraction of the wood itself, but also the general wear and tear of the finished product.
Protak dowelling PVAs have been formulated to provide a range of adhesives that are suitable for use on all types of automatic injection equipment. The adhesives are properly filtered in the production process to remove any impurities which might block the jet of the glue gun.
Protak PVAs for lamination, surfacing and edge decoration are an extremely versatile range of products that are suitable for a wide variety of applications.
Urea Formadehyde is used for
Protak UF200 is a urea formaldehyde resin with low formaldehyde emission for the production of class E1 panels.
UF200 can be used either hot or cold.
UF200 is a self-hardening powder, requiring the addition of water to give a resin with a short setting time and exceptional bond strength.