Item No : 16L.5406
New generation of urea-formaldehyde powder glue with high productivity and good solubility (without "tearing"). Designed for operation with high-frequency systems or hot presses. Low formaldehyde content in accordance with E1 standards (according to EN 717-2 / 94 applied CATAS Certification). In private cases - when sticking to tougher elements and reducing curing time, it is recommended that a maximum of 20% PVA adhesive (more plastic bonding) is added to RESIN 401,
Suitable for bonding: natural veneer, engineered veneer, chipboard, plywood, sandwich elements using high-frequency systems or hot presses in accordance with E1 standard.
Physico-chemical characteristics and optimum operating conditions:
Condensation product - urea-formaldehyde
Color - white
Form - powder
Durability after mixing the components at 15°C - 8 hours
Durability after mixing the components at 20°C - 5 hours
Durability after mixing the components at 30°C - 3 hours
ph at 20°C: 5 - 6
Mixing ratio: 2: 1 (10 kg RESIN 401, 5 kg water)
Required quantity: 100 - 200 gr / m²
Expansion pressure: 2 - 8 kg / cm² (according to the appendix)
Temperature curing time (examples):
Temperature (° C)
60°C - 13 minutes
80°C - 140 seconds
100°C - 60 seconds
When applying the adhesive, the curing time should be increased by 1 minute for each millimeter thickness of the wood product
Application of the adhesive
Using a glue applicator with roller, spatula or brush. The amount of glue to be applied depends on the type of material (average between 100 and 200 g / m2). In order to obtain Class E1, the kettle should not exceed 100 g / m2. When working with presses the pressure depends on the material used - from 0.8 to 2 kg / m2.
It is possible that RESIN 401, similar to all urea-formaldehyde condensation products, will cause skin allergy in more sensitive individuals. Avoid direct contact with hands, use latex gloves. Good air ventilation is required in the workroom to reduce mucous irritation caused by formaldehyde.
The product, like all urea-curing agents, has a shelf-life, from a technically feasible point of view, 9 months from the date of manufacture, when stored in original, tightly closed packaging, in a dry and cool place away from heat sources. Once the date on the packaging expires, we are not responsible. After the expiration of the term, formlessness occurs and lumps are difficult to dissolve.